Boy oh boy oh BOY! Kane Mayfieldhad us in sttiches during much of this, his second interview with us! He talks about his not 1, not 2, but 3 projects in progress! Listen to some fly tracks, including “Some Love”, “Latenight Cinemax”, and “Ova Ya Head” (featuring Homeboy Sandman). BUT! We are NOT going to give away the entire show! We do quite the fool, however! One hint to the madness, this quick note to Kane’s mom: Dear Mrs. Reid, Please call us at (202) 573-9826 so that we can ask you, “for the record” how you feel about your son’s music. Love, Shameeka Dream and One Love… Auntie Yvette or Kane’s dad, please give her the message! Wink wink, Kane, wink wink ;)! Bonuses include the stories behind songs, Kane freestyling, his “Ova Ya Head” verse spit a capella, and live bloopers!! The interview was a pleasure always, and we can’t wait to host an actual Kane Mayfield performance!!!!
So glad to finally release this interview into the universe. Interviewing Kane Mayfield had to be one of the best experiences of this process thus far. We had a great time interviewing him. He’s talented, hilarious, thoughtful and engaging! He is definitely an emcee to watch, check, and listen for. What we said about his live show is so true…it will send you into a mania! He has a tremendous amount of positive energy that makes you feel hype. In our conversation, he had this to say about his music, “I make what I want to listen to…I make music that sounds good with fatigue pants.” You have to love that he has a whole picture in mind not just the feeling of the music but what you would wear listening to it. He is a storyteller and has joints that remind you of Slick Rick’s “A Children Story” like “The Island 94”. He also has the songs that make you feel tough and like mean mugging everyone in sight, listen to “Wreck”. He has songs that you want to sing when you feel like people are doubting you, “Poor Georgie”. His latest project is called “Follow My Flow”. You can listen to it by clicking the link at the bottom of this post. On a http://www.sermonsdomain.com he explained the rationale behind each track. Definitely check it out!