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On the Rise: Deastro Dollar

div class=”separator” style=”clear: both; text-align: center;”a href=”” imageanchor=”1″ style=”clear: left; cssfloat: left; float: left; margin-bottom: 1em; margin-right: 1em;”img border=”0″ height=”320″ i$=”true” src=”” width=”213″ //a/divBy The Rap Scoutbr /Hip Hop Vibe Staff Writerbr /br /Hailing from New York City, the name Deastro Dollar rings bells all the way down in Atlanta. Deastro Dollar is currently living out a childhood dream. As children, many dream of making it big in one way or another. But, there are few people who really have the drive to make this /br /Deastro Dollar is clearly among those who have the drive to make it happen. Ever since his days in Long Island, NYnbsp;he has been rapping and writing rhymes. While he was always good at rapping, it was not until recently when he realized he could make a career out of it. When that time came, he began putting his team /br /Not only is Deastro Dollar one of the top rappers in the Atlanta area, he is also one of the rising managers in the area. Aside from his own career and record label, Deastro Dollar is the head of his own management /br /In an exclusive interview with Hip Hop Vibe, Deastro Dollar discussed this and so much more. Check out the entire interview below:br /br /strongWhere did the name Deastro Dollar come from?/strongbr /Wow, niggasnbsp;havenbsp;been calling me Deastro sincenbsp;I wasnbsp;eleven, twelve,nbsp;years old. This older cat from my neighbor gave me that name. He saidnbsp;I was a little bad mo’fucker and had a big head, so he started calling me Deastro, which is a villain from the wholenbsp;”G.I. Joe” cartoon and it just stuck. Then, a couple years later, my cousin started calling me D. Dollarz and that shit just stuck with me /br /strongHow long have you been recording original material?/strongbr /It’s been about two years sincenbsp;I really started taking this shit serious and recording original material that the streets havenbsp;been hearing. Shoutout to Bigg-Byrd, my in house producer and Lost Soul Gang /br /strongWhat is the name of your upcoming mixtape?/strong br /emThe Preparation,/em which is dropping onnbsp;June 25th, so make sure yall go to and download your free copy and get on that major grease shit. All my supporters know what that /br /strongWho are you working with on the new release?/strongbr /Just my team, Lost Soul Gang. It was very important for me to keep this mixtape all family. Salute to my squad: Chuck T, Scoob-y, Bo-Eazy, Ocpell, and Bigg /br /strongAside from being an artist, you are also a label owner and a manager, correct?/strongbr /Not a label owner, but yesnbsp;I do have a managment company called Black House Management, which features artist and models and im always looking for talent, so hit us up a href=”” /br /strongHow do you juggle all of these roles?/strongbr /This is whatnbsp;I love to do, I was built for this shit. I actually go crazy when I’m not busy. I know its cliche, but hard work does truly pay off andnbsp;I want to be looked at as one of the hardest working men in this /br /strongHas being in the Atlanta area helped your music on the local scale?/strongbr /I’m originallynbsp;from New York, but yeah the Atlantanbsp;hip hopnbsp;scene has been great. The response has been crazy out here. Salute to the /br /strongHow about on a national and international scale?/strongbr /Well, that’s what the internet is for. I’m going to continue to put out music and visuals on the net to help me reach areasnbsp;I havenbsp;never even heard of, speaking of which subscribe to my YouTube channel,, and get a dose of that major gease /br /strongExplain the video concept for your current single?/strongbr /That’s funny you asked because I’m trying to decide between three different records thatnbsp;I want to lead off emThe Preparation/em mixtape with, but we are shooting a video this weekend for it so stay tuned…br /br /strongAre you currently trying to land any endorsement deals?/strongbr /I’m always up for disscusion and money talks. Me and my nigga Sean (aka Krazy)nbsp;are working on a fictional novel, so if therenbsp;are any publishers reading this, holler at /br /strongHave you had the opportunity to work with any big name artists?/strongbr /I am the big /br /strongCan you name one artist you have always looked up to?/strongbr /Inbsp;wouldn’t say “looked up to,” but two people thatnbsp;I havenbsp;always respected their musical creativity is Nas and /br /strongCould you see yourself joining an established crew?/strongbr /I mean, ideally I’m trying to take it to the top with the teamnbsp;I have /br /strongHave you spoken with any major labels? /strongbr /My man, Chuck T, hasnbsp;been pitching my music to a few label heads on the West Coast, I’m just waiting for the call.div class=”blogger-post-footer”div class=”separator” style=”clear: both; text-align: center;”
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