Friday, May 19, 2017

Marcel P. Black #15StatesOrBust Tour Blog #2


"Confession, I HATE PERFORMING IN BATON ROUGE!!! Not because I think I’m too big for BR, but bc the majority of the time I rap at home I have to put the show together myself. Between local rap politics and nobody being able to afford me, I only rap in BR like 6 times a yr, charity, opening up for someone with a bigger name, or if I do the show myself."

Wednesday, May 17, 2017

Marcel P. Black Performance Hi Lo Lounge NoLa (3/19/17)


About two months ago I did a 2 day run in Tampa & St. Peterstburg, Florida. I left the venue at like 3 am in St. Pete, changed clothes, took a Lyft to the Tampa airport and flew back to New Orleans. Got back from NoLa to BR around 3 PM, only leave out again at 8 PM on a Sunday night to New Orleans for my li'l bro Alfred Bank's album release party. I was dog tired and had little to no voice left. The bill was filled with what I would call "Panda" aged emcees, and I'm the only one born in the 80's. Still I was able to persevere and take Hi-Hop to church this Sunday evening.

S/o to #FadeTheFlowSundaysAlunmi MeQuan for being my driver, videographer, director, editor, and solid @ss dude this evening.

Monday, May 1, 2017

Marcel P. Black #15StatesOrBust Tour Blog #1


From here on out, I will be blogging my show dates in conjunction with defmatic.com. Here's an excerpt.

" He asked me was I tryinna party after my show, making a sniffing motion, implying that he had the coke for the low. Told him I was scraight. Then buddy said, in broken English, “You like Latin girls? Let me find you Latin girl to keep your belly warm.” My replay… “Nigga say what? Nah thug, I’m scraight, I’m happily married Papi.”

Keep my belly warm? Got damn lol. Niggas be cutting up in Miami huh? How the Lyft driver try to sell me blow and get me a Latin hooker to keep my “belly warm?” Mane these fools lit af in Miami!!!"

Click here to read the entire blog.

Tuesday, March 28, 2017

Music Video: Marcel P. Black "Cry Freedom"

Shot and Direct by Joe Mexican, produced by Joe On the Track for Real Profit Ent., Co-Starring Howard Hall.




Thursday, March 16, 2017

Marcel P. Black Interview with Mic Check Monday

"Special FULL interview with your favorite rapper's favorite conscious rapper, Marcel P. Black. He gives us a breakdown of his feelings on the Little Brother breakup, being a rapper with a full time job, and being #1 on the "New New" XXL BR list. Stay tuned until the end to find out what he shares with M.C.M. that he's NEVER said in an interview before and his advice to the young artists out there!"

You can listen to the interview here.

Wednesday, March 1, 2017

Tuesday, February 28, 2017

Marcel P. Black featured in XXL's: 12 Baton Rouge Rappers You Should Know

The New New: 12 Baton Rouge Rappers You Should Know

Marcel P. Black via YouTube / WNC Da Label via YouTube / CodyCoyoteFilms via YouTube

Marcel P. Black

 
 
 
Real Profit TV via YouTube
Real Profit TV via YouTube
Hometown: Ardmore, Okla.
Twitter: @MarcelPBlack
Notable Songs: “Stare and Whisper,” “Boss” and “Trap Hop”
Sounds Like: Killer Mike before Run The Jewels
Why You Need to Know Him: Marcel P. Black originally came to Baton Rouge by way of Oklahoma, but has established himself as one of the city’s hip-hop leaders over the past decade. In addition to cultivating the local scene, Black has become an in-demand act on the regional circuit. Black’s rise has been an unlikely one, creating conscious rap in a Baton Rouge scene largely bereft of such content. The rapper found a winning formula in recent years by moving away from boom-bap beats to more traditional southern production. The switch reached its apex last year via Black’s excellent Cry Freedom LP.


Read More: The New New: 12 Baton Rouge Rappers You Should Know - XXL | http://www.xxlmag.com/news/2017/02/baton-rouge-rappers-you-should-know/?trackback=tsmclip