LaSuria Kandi Allman Interviews Detroit Hip Hop Artist Burt Blaze @lasuria83 #hiphop #entertanment

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    Thank you for returning to. Today we join LaSuria Kandi Allman as she chats with Detroit Hip Hop artist, Burt Blaze.

    My name is Cal (Burt Blaze)
    Burt Blaze is my dark half. The persona most would associate as their "evil twin". Heavily influenced by Detroit's own Psychopathic Records &Majik Ninja Entertainment, I am looking to leave my mark in the underground aggressive rap scene.

     I have been at this since I was a child. Spending my weekends doing open mics &freestyle battles. I have always recorded and produced myself. In 2016 I will have 2 releases available at

    The first being my Mixtape "Wildfires" and the second being a live recording of the NYE show I'm playing for Detroit Rock City Promotions at 7 Feet Under Studios in Marlette, MI.

     I am currently a member of a duo called Sik Mindz, we should also have a release next year. I am currently looking to up with promoters, managers, producers, etc... I am very serious about making this a full time gig and want to build a team of dedicated individuals so that we may all come up together.

    Included are my two songs: "Dying Is Not An Option" & "Vultures" as well as some images including my logo and the artwork for the Wildfires Mixtape.
    I can be reached on Twitter @burtblaze or by phone 586-337-1219

     *** Let's join the interview in progress. Check out the full audio version at the end of the page and be sure to give a shout out in the comment section.***

    What city and state did you grow up in?

    Detroit, Michigan

    What was it like growing up in Detroit?

    It's real cool

    Tell me some things about yourself?

    Chill and laid back

    How long have you been in the music industry?

    10 years.

    What inspired you to become a Artist?

    Honestly, I hear music differently than others. Music feel like a conversation
    Who were the first artist you collaborated with?
    The guys from my neighborhood when. I was 14 yrs old build my own studio.
    Do you think the music has changed from then to now?
    Yes, I whole hearty feel the Industry is better suited for a Independent artist.
    How would you categorize your style? 
    Heavy lyrical, I got a message.
    What if any message do you try to relay to your audience.
    Everything,  I take pain and struggles. Sometimes aggressive,  humorous
    What would you change about the music industry from an executive stand point?
    Barrier between stage and artist I would want more transparent Industry.
     What do you think attributed to the change from conciousness of the early 80's to the gangster era of today?
    That is a heavy questions. They didn't want gangster they wanted reality rap.
    What are your thoughts about the way the artists are representing themselves?
    That is all fashion and trend
     Tell me what do you think about the way they are dressing the skirts and blouses?
    The stuff in 80's 90's are dressing is retro. It is a trend.
    What would you consider to be the big break that will get the artists foot in the door mainstream?
     A following, create the buzz
    What are your goals for the future?
    Do you have any shows/album/videos releases coming up?
    Windfires C.D.
    Are there any artists that you would like to collaborate with?
    Tech 9, Magic Ninja, Twisted
    18. Kandi.    So your fans can follow you what social media sites are you on?
    Twitter, Facebook,Soundcloud
    Are you involved in any social or political groups? 
     Detroit Rock City Promotion Real Hip hop
    Are you involved in any community programs?
    Not yet
    Are there any challenges that you have dealt with and you have  overcame?
    Hip hop I got out for a few years
    Are you interested in Producing or starring in movies?
    Where do you see yourself in 5 years?
    Full time performing artist.
    What advice would you give to young men today who are suffering from injustices?
    Save it for the court room
    What advice do you give to aspiring artists who are trying to get into the music industry?
    Hard work, grind
     What keeps you motivated, what drives you?
    Honestly,  my kids.
    If you could change your profession what would it be?
    Graphic Artist
    What are your thoughts about the legalization of Marijuana?
    Do it, Do It, yesterday.
    If you could speak to the youth of today about the importance of obtaining a good education what would you say?
    Unfortunately the teachers aren't like yesterday you have to educate yourself. Pick something your passionate about.
     Married? children?
    Yes, 2 sons
    Favorite food?
    What are your hobbies?
     Cars, I am good with my hands 
    I would like to thank you for this very powerful interview. I look forward to future interviews with you. Much Success in all of your endeavors. God bless you.

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    Interviewer  LaSuria Kandi Allman
    Kandi Kane Ent.
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