Posted in ARTIST INTERVIEWSJune 4, 2014
Slime Money Entertainment originally started in 2003. I had moved to California in 2001 by myself and when I came back home all my home boys were rappin’ and we’d been rapping, so we sat down together to come up with something we could call ourselves to make it like a real movement. More than just the city that we’re from, we’re trying to make it a whole state thing, a regional thing. First we came up with Slime because that’s something we use to always say. But we had a meaning S.L.I.M.E. stands for Savage Living In Masgus Empire, but it ended up getting so big out of our city that we now call it Savage Living In Michigan Everyday. And that’s how we came up with the actual Slime Money name. And when we first came up with the Slime Money name we was doing a show and one of the promoters had seen our name and said we needed to change our name because wasn’t nobody gonna come, but we ended up keepin it and going from there.
Posted in RAP NEWSAugust 26, 2013
Gutta World thinks Jon Luvelli said it best regarding all the ranting about Miley Cyrus’ performance last night at the VMA’s. This is what Luvelli said earlier today on his Facebook page: “The song, “We Can’t Stop” is very well produced and the lyrics are written properly for the effect desired. Her choice for this change in style/acting is spawned by the need to recreate herself. It’s hard for someone growing up in the limelight, most of the time they just fade out. This was a career move and is nothing but her way of creating a niche for herself.
Posted in RAP NEWSJune 20, 2012
This shit is hilarious! One of A112GGA’s artists gets their car taken by the repo man. So in return, A112GGA gets back at the repo lot! What the video below to see what happens… then comment and let us know what you think! The A112GGA represents artists ranging from music, film, paint, artistic stunt art, digital art, sculpture, street art, dance and everything in between. AREA 112 represents the music and film. GRIME GANG are the artists and supporters in a whole. There are many GRIME GANG members, some that aren’t artists, but represent the cause.