Published on Sep 23, 2014
Blaze Ya Dead Homie chops it up with Scottie D of Faygoluvers.net for 50 minutes of eye-opening interview flavor! Blaze discusses a variety of topics including:
- How he got his start rapping
- His biggest influences early on
- Why he started pursuing rap full time
- Releases he's most proud of
- His time and departure from Psychopathic
- "Last House on Dead Street"
- Gang Rags: Reborn
- The other 2 versions of Gang Rags, including the tour exclusive "Extended & Uncut"
- Twiztid's new label
- Recording process for Dark Lotus / Rydas
- Possible future releases from Drive By, Zodiac Mprint, SWK
- Who Blaze bumps on the regular
- The Purple Show
- Where his Merch is at
- Online Rumors
- Thoughts on the recent NFL controversy
Published on Sep 15, 2014
Published on Jun 15, 2014
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Kirk Chewning and Dustin Coffman of Horrorcore Magazine interviews Blaze Ya Dead Homie before his appearance at The Alter Bar in Pittsburgh, PA, on April 18, 2014 on the Bootleg Banner tour With Twiztid.
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Published on Oct 30, 2013
After his most recent tour stop in Nashua, NH with Twiztid & ABK we had the opportunity to conduct another interview with the underground O.G. Blaze Ya Dead Homie! First Blaze talks to us about how his crew had the chance to kick it with Tech N9ne and the entire Strange Music crew for 2 nights in a row at Fright Fest in Worcester, MA. After talking to us about what they got into Blaze goes into great detail discussing what's next in his career. Although he hasn't quite finalized the paperwork necessary to leave Pychopathic Records, Blaze tells us that he is close and ready to move on to the next chapter. Throughout the interview Blaze tells us that he is all about putting himself into a better position to tour more, connect with fans more and to release more projects. After this interview you'll agree that Blaze is more focused than he's been in years and that whatever he drops next is going to be epic. Dont Miss it.
In pt 1 of this interview NE Hip Hop sits down with ABK, Blaze and DJ Clay to discuss their love for Worcester, MA, the current state of Hip-Hop in 2012, FBI Gang Profiling, and smoking weed in front of cops at the Gathering.
Published on Oct 29, 2012
In pt 2 of this interview ABK, Blaze, and DJ Clay discuss Drive-By, the process of releasing an album, Violent J's love for Drive-By, releasing material that is too offensive, Psychopathic Psypher 4, TV shows, and collabs.
NEHip-Hop was fortunate enough to sit down with Blaze Ya Dead Homie, Anybody Killa & DJ Clay after their performances in the 2012 Rock and Shock Festival in Worcester, MA.
The interview was so long, we actually had to split it into two segments. In Part 1 of the interview, we discussed their experiences touring in Worcester, what inspired them to start making music, ICPs lawsuit against the FBI and much more.
AUX TV gets a tour of Juggalo culture with So Sick Social Club, Blaze Ya Dead Homie and Boondocks
Published on Mar 16, 2012
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Blaze Ya Dead Homie: Live in Hartford
Rapper represents Psychopathic Records on his first-ever headlining tour,
Recalls past outings with Bone Thugs, Outlawz
By David Friedman
NEWS-TIMES MUSIC WRITER
Though he's currently on his first-ever headlining tour, rapper Blaze Ya Dead Homie already has countless stories to share from his six years of life on the road as a supporting act and oftentimes surprise guest on tours with fellow Psychopathic Records artists Insane Clown Posse and Twiztid.
Most recently, while on Twiztid's "Guillotine Tour," Blaze stepped in to perform Twiztid's set with Jamie Madrox when the other member of the rap duo, Monoxide Child, was sidelined toward the tour's end with an abscessed or infected tooth. Monoxide's jaw was swollen and every morning Madrox would wake up afraid to come out of his tour bus bunk, thinking he might catch whatever "disease" Monoxide had, Blaze said in a July 26 interview from Psychopathic's Detroit-area offices."He was like, Damn, you know, do I got it? Do I got it?'"‰" Blaze recalled. "I'm like, No, dude. You look straight.' That was kind of funny."
Back in 2003, Blaze -- who will headline Aug. 8 at the Webster Theater in Hartford as part of his "Tombstone Terror Tour" -- hit the road with Bone Thugs-N-Harmony. That outing, known as the "Take Me Home Tour," included shows in small clubs where people went dancing and drinking. Since a good portion of the crowd had never heard of Blaze, he performed at least two nights without wearing his customary face paint. And he still got a good reaction from the crowd.