Stereo Assault interns premier their new lifestyle web-show for teens, “In The Cut”, this past Saturday. With a interview with St. Louis’ own Tino plus a segment of Guess That Ass and a parody of Empire’s Drip Drop . Check out the first episode below and hit the break for more info about the show.
Duo production team, JR & PH7, talked with with Editor-in-Chief Julian about collaborating with hip-hop legends, upcoming album with Chuuwee and more.
Brown Bag All Star member The Audible Doctor got the chance to talk with Editor-in-Chief Julian. Known for creating some the dopest beats for your favorite artists, The Audible Doctor talks about his beginnings, placements, and being apart of the Brown Bag All Stars.
This month’s Stereo Assault Girl goes to Mariah Conners of St. Louis Community College – Meramec.
We got to the chance to chop it up with producer Mike Hurst. Known for his style of hard hitting beats with 808s, Mike Hurst of Des Moines, Iowa is a recent graduate of the University of Missouri – Columbia that has production credits with Gee Watts, Black Cobain, and Tre Pierre.
Garett Southerton is the creative force and founder of design and recording studio Desoulbel and creative art education and inspiration website ThinkDope. The Long Island, New York based designer has a knack for staying current and up-to-date with the trends in the design industry. With the launch of ThinkDope, Garett is able to educate and inspire the next generation of visual and graphic artists. Learn more about Garett and ThinkDope and see what motivated him to launch the education website.
Stereo Assault likes to highlight young women doing positive things in the community. We have featured four women as Stereo Assault Girls and we would like to present to you a review their profile features.
When contemplating the future of Saint Louis hip-hop and who will be the movers and shakers ushering in the post-millenial wave of music and culture, a name that should be in everyone’s mind is J’Demul. Barely eighteen years old, J’Demul possesses an incredible raw talent of delivery and vibe that many better seasoned area artists are still trying to find for themselves. Though comparisons to Joey Bada$$ are likely (and likely overstated), this Saint Louis native has a strong connection to his past that is evident in his music. Call it 90′s rap, boom bap, or throwback, whatever the terminology, it’s good, and it is the future of our scene, and thus well-deserving of a Saint Louis Snippet.
Continuing my video series entitled Saint Louis Snippets, which is an exclusive artist feature that takes Saint Louis’ best hip-hop verses and accompanies them with ambitious videos meant to promote local creatives, I recently crossed path’s with MME ringleader Mvstermind to complete a video for his verse featured on Tony Walker‘s Cupid’s Gun. Mvstermind’s engaging energy and nostalgic wordplay immediately drew me to this track, as he very accurately describes and represents the persistent struggles of a 20-something in a modern world.
Both coasts commonly refer to the heartland of our country, in a not-so-warmly manner, as “Flyover Country.” Those of us in the Midwest lack the warm, breezy beaches of Florida and California as well as the cultural and historical significance of New York and Massachusetts. Specifically for Saint Louis, our stigma centers around two opposing, yet equally demeaning generalizations: the land of high crime and uneducated hoosiers.