Lately, P-Rice has been keeping himself busy with having several guest on his show- The P-Rice Show over at 89.5fm WSKB. The rising radio personality has had interviewed some big names in the past months, starting from Super French producer Cartelsons in December 2013 to Aceoutrageous in February. Even with a scheduled interview to have up & coming artists Taylor J (4/30/14) on air to promote his mixtape “Morning High” on datpiff.com the P-Rice Show has been at its first ever prime lately.
P-Rice was finally able to catch up with the co-founder of “Bright Boys Entertainment” and long time affiliate of Aceoutrageous; the South Jersey King of Punk Rap Ricky Rude. The two chop it up about Rude’s latest mixtape release “Ready to Live” which features the original king of the south & Geto Boy Scarface, Trina of Coke Boyz and Aceoutrageous. Along with talk about Rude’s debut “No Guts, No Glory”, future projects, the music industry and much more. All three parts of the interview are on P-Rice’s: http://www.youtube.com/user/PriceUS4life/videos
We’ve been gone for awhile but to sum up what has been going on in the world of P-Rice, a few weeks ago on February 19th- I had the chance to chop it up with up and coming artist Aceoutrageous. For those that don’t know who Aceoutrageous is, he is an up and coming artist out of New Jersey but is now over in Colorado and California. Ace called into the P-Rice Show for an interview that went close to if not over 45 minutes well he was on his way to a show in Salt Lake City, Utah for the following night. We were able to discuss Ace’s last project “The Outrageous Life Vol. 1” (download it here on iTunes), his work with President Obama and the HUD organization, Ace’s future project “The Green Tape” (which will be for free download on major hip-hop mixtape sites) and his experiences touring.
Aceoutrageous has opened up for such acts like Mac Miller, Machine Gun Kelly and many more; he has even toured with Big Boi from Outkast. A live and high-energetic performer Ace knows how to rock his crowds and makes sure everyone has had a good time “turn’t up!” Our favorites from Ace has to be his catchy yet soothing track “Company” to his erratic intense energy up-in-your-face track “Frequency” to comical yet melodic club banger “Finger Lickin’ Good”. We would love to have Ace come out and perform for our radio stations concert in the spring but final decisions haven’t been confirmed yet. If not- maybe in the future Ace can call into the show again to chop it up with us and kick some game about any new projects- you guys are more than welcome to!
Much Props & 1love- P-Rice
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