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#1 DJ Pete Marriott

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Posted 03 March 2014 - 12:09 AM

http://youtu.be/l53v-Z8Kbkg

Directed by j-RockAz THE oBSERVER

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http://petemarriott.bandcamp.com/album/realhiphop-2

01. Wishing on a Star (Feat. Romance, LaVeda Davis)
02. Bring It In Right (Feat. Otomatik)
03. Nice Redux (Feat. Benz, Jazz)
04. Foundation (Feat. Junclassic)
05. Showdown Feat. (Da' Lord Supreme, Otomatik)
06. Follow Me (Feat. DVS Jackson Esq.)
07. 100 Proof (Feat. Killah Trakz)
08. DueEyeKnoEue (Feat. Romance)
09. The Way That I Rock (Feat. Random, Jermiside)
10. Let's Make Some Noise 2.0 (Feat. Mr. Man, Killah Trakz, DVS Jackson Esq., Otomatik)
11. Tour (Feat. Killah Trakz)
12. Gotta Get It (Feat. Junclassic, Otomatik)
13. Lookout (Feat. E-Dot, Jazz, Carys Matic)

All Instruments Chopped, Layered & Performed by Pete Marriott.
Produced by Pete Marriott for The BRKLYN Collection, LLC.
A&R Direction: Edore, Dwight Chapman & Owen Carter
Mixed by Pete Marriott at the Tool Shed, Seattle, WA
Mastered by Barry Corliss at Master Works CD Mastering, Seattle, WA


*#REALHIPHOP 2: September 1, 2014*

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Posted 03 March 2014 - 01:27 AM

Sent $5 for the album, will give it a spin soon

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Posted 07 March 2014 - 04:00 AM

#REALHIPHOP Interviews: Confessions of a Curly Mind (Australia)

Salute to: GC90, Dawhud and NW Boogie for the $upport! :D
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Posted 08 March 2014 - 03:27 AM

#REALHIPHOP Interviews: La Veda Davis (Wishing on a Star)

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Posted 08 March 2014 - 09:00 PM

#REALHIPHOP Interviews: Jazz (formerly of Whistle: Nice, Lookout)

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Posted 09 March 2014 - 05:00 AM

#realhiphop is get a white lady on your album cover :P
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Posted 10 March 2014 - 12:45 PM

#15 on the Cornerstone chart.

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Posted 10 March 2014 - 11:16 PM

#REALHIPHOP Interviews: DVS Jackson Esq.

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Posted 11 March 2014 - 04:44 AM

Hype homie. That's what it is there for...
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Posted 12 March 2014 - 04:23 PM

Good News | More Good News | ...and More Good News! :D

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Posted 13 March 2014 - 08:00 AM

Hype homie. That's what it is there for...


DJ Pete Marriott livin above the message board laws. He just changed the whole game.
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Posted 13 March 2014 - 03:08 PM

hmmmmm.... well

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Posted 14 March 2014 - 09:38 AM

#REALHIPHOP Interviews: Killah Trakz

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Posted 16 March 2014 - 03:58 AM

#REALHIPHOP Interviews: Carys Matic

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Posted 16 March 2014 - 06:16 AM

Hey I thought that was actually a really great video
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Posted 16 March 2014 - 05:01 PM

my thoughts pete:

video looks cool.
the album is very hot.
your skills are pro.
not average at all.
I'm gonna be honest and tell you I'm surprised.
beats are official and the artists can really spit

but

every artist on your album is an unknown.
I really like your album and I'm going to share it, but
you need to do songs with known artists with brands.
people follow brands they know, not unknowns.
have you tried producing mc's and singers people know?

I think you're underrated because no one knows the artists you run with.
you need bigger name people pete.

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Posted 16 March 2014 - 05:35 PM

my thoughts pete:

video looks cool.
the album is very hot.
your skills are pro.
not average at all.
I'm gonna be honest and tell you I'm surprised.
beats are official and the artists can really spit

but

every artist on your album is an unknown.
I really like your album and I'm going to share it, but
you need to do songs with known artists with brands.
people follow brands they know, not unknowns.
have you tried producing mc's and singers people know?

I think you're underrated because no one knows the artists you run with.
you need bigger name people pete.


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Posted 16 March 2014 - 07:05 PM

every artist on your album is an unknown.
I really like your album and I'm going to share it, but
you need to do songs with known artists with brands.
people follow brands they know, not unknowns.
have you tried producing mc's and singers people know?

I think you're underrated because no one knows the artists you run with.
you need bigger name people pete.


How do new artists ever get discovered if all we hear are the same ole same name brand rappers? I guess I'd rather be underrated promoting the unknown than overrated because of the names I attach to my art.
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Posted 16 March 2014 - 09:16 PM

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Huh?

How do new artists ever get discovered if all we hear are the same ole same name brand rappers? I guess I'd rather be underrated promoting the unknown than overrated because of the names I attach to my art.


pete's a unknown producer with great talent.
but no one is going to hear his beats,
because he has unknown artists on them.
how else is he ever going to get signed,
by a proper label and become known?

his album is almost like a superior demo.
dope songs over hot beats.
but it's not enough to get noticed by people,
because no one knows these artists he works with.

do a google blog search for Pete Marriott.
not one mention of his #realhiphop album.
where's 2 dope boyz, kevin Nottingham and potholes in my blog?
where's you heard that new, okayplayer, word is bond or hip hop dx?

no one cares about his album, because no one knows the artists.
it don't matter how hot his album is if no one is talking about it on the blogs.
if you're not blowing up on the blogs, no one will care about your music.

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Posted 16 March 2014 - 09:25 PM

Huh?





I think he's calling you a troll.
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Posted 16 March 2014 - 09:38 PM

why would pete do that?
for my constructive criticism?
i hope not, because he'll be losing a fan.
i donated $15 to his album too.

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Posted 17 March 2014 - 07:54 AM

my thoughts pete:

video looks cool.
the album is very hot.
your skills are pro.
not average at all.
I'm gonna be honest and tell you I'm surprised.
beats are official and the artists can really spit

but

every artist on your album is an unknown.
I really like your album and I'm going to share it, but
you need to do songs with known artists with brands.
people follow brands they know, not unknowns.
have you tried producing mc's and singers people know?

I think you're underrated because no one knows the artists you run with.
you need bigger name people pete.


Huh?



pete's a unknown producer with great talent.
but no one is going to hear his beats,
because he has unknown artists on them.
how else is he ever going to get signed,
by a proper label and become known?

his album is almost like a superior demo.
dope songs over hot beats.
but it's not enough to get noticed by people,
because no one knows these artists he works with.

do a google blog search for Pete Marriott.
not one mention of his #realhiphop album.
where's 2 dope boyz, kevin Nottingham and potholes in my blog?
where's you heard that new, okayplayer, word is bond or hip hop dx?

no one cares about his album, because no one knows the artists.
it don't matter how hot his album is if no one is talking about it on the blogs.
if you're not blowing up on the blogs, no one will care about your music.

why would pete do that?
for my constructive criticism?
i hope not, because he'll be losing a fan.
i donated $15 to his album too.


Hello Flip,

I checked my paypal and I thank you for your $15.00 contribution, but what you call "Constructive Criticism" kinda came off as like backhanded compliments. Not to nitpick, but you're also greatly incorrect about a lot of things in your comments about me, my musical guests and my goals for the album.

Please allow me to clear things up for you.
  • Myself and the majority of guests on my album are actually veteran major label recording artists.
  • I currently hold 4 endorsement deals including one with IK Multimedia, who released my album.
  • The reason my album sounds like an album is because I'm an actual record producer/Engineer, NOT a beatmaker.
  • Major record labels and some super-indies are corrupt machines with full of shit executives who are NOT to be trusted.
  • The BRKLYN Collection is my imprint and I release my records through notable brands like IK Multimedia.
  • I absolutely have NO desire to sign with another record label EVER again in my natural life.
  • Fame is for those who don't know any better, I've successfully made hip hop records for 29 years without the fame.
  • Every single one of those blogs you mentioned are all in the business of selling advertisements.
  • The majority of those artists you see posted on such blogs are actually paid advertisements.
  • I currently have NO desire to do ANY such business with the blogs.
  • Internet, College and Community Radio are where we are focusing our resources.
  • My current single "Let's Make Some Noise" is #13 on the Cornerstone Chart.
  • My Album #REALHIPHOP is ranked #1 in Digiwaxx's system.
  • The music video for "100 Proof" has been accepted by Vevo and will begin airing on their network March 31st.
  • Videos for "Let's Make Some Noise 2.0", "Bring it in Right", "Tour", "Gotta Get It" and "The Way That I Rock" are currently being planned for production.
  • The #REALHIPHOP Tour is also in the works.
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perhaps you might want to read the interviews I posted earlier.
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Posted 18 March 2014 - 08:56 AM

really pete?
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Posted 18 March 2014 - 01:12 PM

  • Every single one of those blogs you mentioned are all in the business of selling advertisements.
  • The majority of those artists you see posted on such blogs are actually paid advertisements.
  • I currently have NO desire to do ANY such business with the blogs.


A lot of people (even myself at a certain point) probably aren't aware of the blog scam. Learned this through friends of mine who have tried to promote tapes/albums, basically all those major hip hop blogs are only going to cover more unknown artists if you pay them to cover you. They get enough traffic through reporting the other more popular/mainstream stuff that their audience becomes something they can charge more relatively unknown artists for. There are def legit blogs who take submissions and post about cool stuff (I was doing this a bit in my own free time on my site) but most of these blogs/sites aren't very popular/big (including mine for sure lol).
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Posted 18 March 2014 - 03:10 PM

really pete?


Yes, Really.

I meant no diss to you, and I'm grateful to you and everyone else for their $upport and very happy that so many people like the album, but thanks to your posts I felt obligated to give clarity about me, my guest collaborators, my business and musical goals and the very purpose of my album. I'm interested in making good art, with good artists NOT becoming famous or working with others because they are famous. I said this in the interview I posted long before your comments and I meant it.

A lot of people (even myself at a certain point) probably aren't aware of the blog scam. Learned this through friends of mine who have tried to promote tapes/albums, basically all those major hip hop blogs are only going to cover more unknown artists if you pay them to cover you. They get enough traffic through reporting the other more popular/mainstream stuff that their audience becomes something they can charge more relatively unknown artists for. There are def legit blogs who take submissions and post about cool stuff (I was doing this a bit in my own free time on my site) but most of these blogs/sites aren't very popular/big (including mine for sure lol).


I wouldn't say the blogs are scam artists, but it would be so much easier if they are just straight up and direct and say "Hey, you want to be featured on our high traffic blog, then pay us this amount of money." But they don't do that, instead they beat around the bush and pose as if they are doing something as music fans, when in fact they are just low budget publicity tools who work directly with niche public relations firms that pay them a monthly fee to place their clients music and news bits on their blogs.

The problem in today's market is that majority of the publicists who can successfully work indie underground records like mine, are some of the most untrustworthy low life scum you'll ever come across in life and the very and I mean very few good guys will only work with you if you're signed to a label like Stones Throw and they require a annual retainer of 100k or more, which is not within my reach at the moment.

So I've pretty much decided to bypass the blogs and focus on the internet, college and community radio market instead. I'm confident that with a good amount of time people will eventually discover my album on their own or people will tell their friends about it. I rather run a slow steady turtle's race than crash and burn out like a hare.
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Posted 19 March 2014 - 05:19 AM

pete, I owe you an apology.
sorry.

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Posted 19 March 2014 - 05:30 AM

Just add my little I see going on, I haven't heard of the emcees either, I have now, then I mention to someone "Hey you heard this" then they check it out, then they mention it to someone, and on it goes, positive creative intention always pushes itself through, and what I like is Pete is totally in control of the direction. By the way takes a big man to apologize, very respected character trait.
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Posted 19 March 2014 - 10:31 AM

pete, I owe you an apology.
sorry.


Water under the bridge. Once again thanks for the $upport and anything you can do to help spread the word about the album would be very helpful, be it your social media networks, blogs or other message boards or just email the album to someone you think will like it. Every little bit helps.

Just add my little I see going on, I haven't heard of the emcees either, I have now, then I mention to someone "Hey you heard this" then they check it out, then they mention it to someone, and on it goes, positive creative intention always pushes itself through, and what I like is Pete is totally in control of the direction. By the way takes a big man to apologize, very respected character trait.


This makes me wonder, how young are you guys?

I mean Mr. Man is a legendary member of the Native Tounges group Da' Bush Babees.

http://youtu.be/wfGEmdXRgUA

Benz is from the group the legendary NY Hip Hop group Dredknotz

http://youtu.be/yYNLuGBiROw

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Posted 19 March 2014 - 11:11 AM

Jazz is from the legendary Hip Hop/R&B group Whistle who made more than a few classics.

http://youtu.be/BtHbF7Ps7wQ

http://youtu.be/1mX4Vg04wTc

Junclassic is from MF Doom's crew Monsta Island Czar's

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E. Dot is another legendary NY MC with underground classics and Random was recently named one of L.A. Weekly's 5 Rappers who will be big in 2014 list. http://www.laweekly....-be-big-in-2014

I mean just listen to the album it's actually a dope record with dope guests who I handpicked myself.

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Posted 19 March 2014 - 11:24 AM

I rather run a slow steady turtle's race than crash and burn out like a hare.


What if the turtle gets smashed by a car because he too slow?




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