Mr. Muthafuckin' eXquire
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Mr. Muthafuckin' eXquire


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"Loyalty Digital presents A Walk Through Myspace"

Talk about a compilation album filled with young gunners who rap or produce that are trying to get in the game. A Walk Through Myspace is filled to the brim with pure hip-hop music that’ll knock a lot of these mainstream records out the box. You have to love and appreciate the hunger and the music it can create.

Big up’s to Fokis for this mixtape and its purpose. Having been in the game for a minute and helping dudes straight out the hood get a crack at this music shit. That’s damn noble. Get this man a BET Award or Nobel Peace Prize or something.

The result of taking a bunch of hungry producers and MC’s and throwing them on the same mixtape was a Godfather blunt. It was something that would blow your head up! Listening to Maq, Fokis, Mr.MFN eXquire & Donny Goines straight rip it down on those horns and drums (Courtesy of Joshua Whitehead & Johart Miller) on “A Walk Through Myspace” had me boppin’ my head harder than Superhead, pause. For a little southern sounding flavor that Torry Skees produced “Money, Sex, Drugs” will be that fix you be looking for. “Ain’t No Use” (produced by Smoke) had that dope soul sound to it while E-Hustle breaks down, “Why should I front like I’m happy? I caught a couple of charges/or say I love you when I don’t, just to be responsive/dudes kill 100 on tracks, but where’s the long bids? You about as sure as a Pakistanian’s armpits/why should I lie? I ain’t happy with life/my smile’s fake, I get tired of you arrogant types/you tell stories that you heard from the necks in your heights/or watch movies and act like you flip birds and send kites…”

Word to everything, if I was an A&R and looking for talent, I’d give A Walk Through Myspace a close listen cause dudes is ripping it down left and right. I wouldn’t be surprised if a few rappers on this mixtape get signed to some majors or if some of these producers end up with sounds on your favorite rapper’s album. If not for the talent, then this mixtape needs to be listened to strictly for the music. This is that real hip-hop and that real hunger for more personified. -The Infamous O

Hottest Joint: “A Walk Through Myspace”

Weakest Joint: “Get Loose”


"Duck Down Records "Shine With Stage Time" Finalist"

Duck Down Records, L-R-G,, & Hot97 Present:
The "Shine With Stage Time" Contest

Win a chance to perform alongside Buckshot in front of HOT 97 DJ's & Programming Executives.

Grand Prize Winner Receives Free Clothing Package From


The Winning Artist will be announced the night of the show
and will perform ONE original track alongside Buckshot on stage.

Please Note: All contestants are responsible for purchasing
their own tickets at the door or pre-order now at:

Young Future
John Sportin
Logic "The Butcher"
Sean Perry
Donny Goines
Dirty Sanchez
Tone Status
The Dream Team
Hunned Proof
Julius Smith

Event Info:

HOT 97 Who's Next Live Music Series:
9th Wonder & Buckshot - "The Formula" Album Release Party
Tuesday, April 22nd, 2008
Doors: 7:00 PM
Show: 8:00 PM
Please Note: All contestants are responsible for purchasing
their own tickets at the door or pre-order now at:


204 Varick Street
NYC, New York



"The Big Fat Kill" mixtape-Summer 2008



The key to success is to be consistently better than the rest, but this is a small thing to a giant. Especially when that giant is named Mr. Muthafuckin’ eXquire. An MC hailing from Brooklyn, New York, eXquire is the type of artist who refuses to be lumped in with any other rapper or any individual. He’s his own artist and his own man. And first on his agenda is to bring evolution to the game…

Born and raised in Brooklyn, eXquire found his calling at the age of fourteen, while in the bathroom no less. On a whim, he decided to write a rhyme, just to see if he could do it. He was pleased with the end result and made up his mind to write a rhyme every night before bed. Before long, he started writing full songs and even sleeping with his notebook (a practice he continues to maintain to this day). As his rap skills grew, so did his rep of being the dude to beat in his ‘hood. If you thought you had what it takes, it was mandatory you had to face eXquire and from there you could determine whether to continue with your craft. Most likely, he would bring you back down to realization that you shouldn’t quit your day job. eXquire literally does this in his sleep.