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Dec. 18th at the Neurolux it's going down with Ubiquitous Mike Ubi Viglione of CES Cru from Strange Music, along with Wax and Lance Skiiiwalker. Tickets available at www.strangemusicinc.net ^S^ #BoiseStrangeMusicStreetTeam #StrangeChain
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Boise!! Are y'all ready for Tech N9ne to comeback since we missed his last tour? Have no fear, April 17th @ 6:30 at the Knitting Factory be there or be square! It Goes Up tour with special guests: Krizz Kaliko ¡Mayday! Ubiquitous of CES Cru and Dax! ^S^ #StrangeChain #BoiseStrangeMusicStreetTeam
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October 16th in Idaho Falls at The Gem. Don't miss out on the Tech N9ne Independent Grind Tour with #TechN9ne #KrizzKaliko #DizzyWright and #Futuristic! All ages show. Buy your VIP meet and greet package at strangemusicinc.net which will include tons of merch and a GA for this show. Who is making the trip? #BoiseStrangeMusicStreetTeam
Hey Boise Techn9cians! #TechN9ne has released his line-up for the fall Independent Grind Tour 2018! #TechN9ne #KrizzKaliko #DizzyWright #Futuristic #BoiseStrangeMusicStreetTeam ^S^ Will keep y'all updated with a date as soon as it's released!
Ok ladies we are looking for a couple ladies to be models for the car show July 28th at lakeview park. If interested please let us know by Wednesday next week

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WHATS GOOD! I'm a local beat maker (out in Nampa)

I just dropped a 5 track beat tape that I'd love to have y'all listen to.

I can be contacted at [email protected] for any info on buying or leasing

https://open.spotify.com/album/38oHi0CJwablDRfOQxWdoo
well here it is

Boise's first artist development company that provides industry quality sound and services to independent artists. 208 Music is Idaho’s first independent artist development company that helps artists not only create their business, but provide industry quality sound and services.

Located in Boise, Idaho, with a full recording and production studio, our company teaches individuals production and studio skills, along with and not limited to: song, DJ and basic structures. With a wide variety of services, branding, artist development packages, P.A. & sound rentals, DJ services and free consultation. Here at 208 Music, we have developed award winning independent artists in our

Operating as usual

06/24/2021

Story time beware of the copper head

05/28/2021

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Its going down tonight

05/06/2021

That's Right You See It? Where back Boise's longest running hip hop show back in the basement, We decided to retire Sundays and move to Thursdays. Not only did we bring the basement back we also brought back $1 Beers & $5 Hennessey But this time we Bringing the culture back to hip hop..

That's Right You See It? Where back Boise's longest running hip hop show back in the basement, We decided to retire Sundays and move to Thursdays. Not only did we bring the basement back we also brought back $1 Beers & $5 Hennessey But this time we Bringing the culture back to hip hop..

04/16/2021

Regardless of how long you’ve been rapping the insight shared in this article will help you decide if you should collaborate with other rappers or not. There’s a lot to take into consideration when approaching other rappers for a collaboration and vice versa when you are the one being approached by them.

Let’s just go ahead and get something out the way up front. Every rapper is not on the same level career, skill, or seriousness-wise. Some rappers are strictly doing it for fun in their free time while others are grinding hard and making plenty of sacrifices to build a career out of it.

Which Are You?
It’s important right now for you to identify if you’re a hobby or career rapper. Identifying which one you are isn’t contingent on where you currently are but rather where you’re striving to be in the future. Most of us start as the hobbyist and then a percentage of us segue into striving to build a career out of our rapping. If you need a little extra help identifying which one you are here are some clues to help guide you.

Hobby Rapper

Just raps for fun to share with family and friends
Isn’t trying to make an income off their music
Isn’t trying to invest much money into their music
Doesn’t invest a lot of time into their music
Isn’t hungry to learn more about growing in their craft
Career Rapper

Takes their music serious and aims for perfection
Striving to build a legitimate fan base
Wants to earn a living with their music
Is willing to invest money into their music
Makes sacrifices and invests plenty of time into their music
Is a student, values education, and is always hungry to grow in their craft
And for clarification, there is nothing wrong with being a career or hobby rapper but it’s vital to understand the difference between the two in order to make better decisions on who and who not to collaborate with in the future.

When Does A Collaboration Make Sense?
The demands and expectations will differ greatly between career and hobby rappers. Generally, it makes the most sense for hobby rappers to work with other hobby rappers and for career rappers to work with other career rappers.

For example, consider this proposal for a collaboration. A career rapper who worked countless amounts of hours to earn 1,000 true fans. He invests money to ensure his music is professionally produced, recorded, mixed & mastered. He works hard to distribute his music to his fans, DJs, radio stations, and bloggers in a professional manner. And then all of a sudden he is approached by a hobby rapper who wants to do a collab with him.music_fans
The hobby rapper has spent very little time building his fan base and only has 10 fans. His songs are poorly recorded and are not mixed professionally. He’s using free beats from producers whose promotional tags are still in them. And his means of distributing his music is posting links to the song on Facebook multiple times and tagging everyone on his friend’s list.

In this scenario, the hobby rapper brings very little to the table and yet is the only one who stands to benefit from this collaboration. Unless the hobby rapper is a phenomenal artist who is going to take the song to new heights, is a personal friend or just someone the career rapper wants to help out this match-up doesn’t make any sense. There is a clear difference in the level of commitment, sacrifice, and investment of each rapper.

Things To Consider
Here are a few questions to ask yourself when considering if you should collaborate with another rapper.

Are we both career or hobby rappers?
Does the quality of our music match?
Do I like their music?
Will our subject matter mesh well with each other?
Will our style and musical taste mesh well with each other?
Will they add value to our song?
Will both of our fan bases and connections give us an equal increase of exposure?
Are they professional?
Are they good at communicating and keeping me updated?
Will they deliver to me what I need in a timely manner?
Am I genuinely excited to work with them or do I feel obligated?
Pump The Breaks
If you’re not able to answer the above questions about another rapper then chances are you don’t know them well enough to work with them. There’s nothing wrong with taking some time to get to know a rapper a bit more before making a decision to work with them or not.

Final Thoughts
Never forget why you started rapping in the first place; because it was fun right? The moment you start rapping out of obligation you forfeit your freedom to create and your once beloved craft is belittled to a mundane job. Don’t be afraid to decline a collaboration with another rapper. There’s nothing wrong with telling someone no. Feel free to work with whomever you want in whatever capacity you see fit and most importantly have fun!

208 Music Studios & Idaho School Of Hip Hop
208-713-4778

Regardless of how long you’ve been rapping the insight shared in this article will help you decide if you should collaborate with other rappers or not. There’s a lot to take into consideration when approaching other rappers for a collaboration and vice versa when you are the one being approached by them.

Let’s just go ahead and get something out the way up front. Every rapper is not on the same level career, skill, or seriousness-wise. Some rappers are strictly doing it for fun in their free time while others are grinding hard and making plenty of sacrifices to build a career out of it.

Which Are You?
It’s important right now for you to identify if you’re a hobby or career rapper. Identifying which one you are isn’t contingent on where you currently are but rather where you’re striving to be in the future. Most of us start as the hobbyist and then a percentage of us segue into striving to build a career out of our rapping. If you need a little extra help identifying which one you are here are some clues to help guide you.

Hobby Rapper

Just raps for fun to share with family and friends
Isn’t trying to make an income off their music
Isn’t trying to invest much money into their music
Doesn’t invest a lot of time into their music
Isn’t hungry to learn more about growing in their craft
Career Rapper

Takes their music serious and aims for perfection
Striving to build a legitimate fan base
Wants to earn a living with their music
Is willing to invest money into their music
Makes sacrifices and invests plenty of time into their music
Is a student, values education, and is always hungry to grow in their craft
And for clarification, there is nothing wrong with being a career or hobby rapper but it’s vital to understand the difference between the two in order to make better decisions on who and who not to collaborate with in the future.

When Does A Collaboration Make Sense?
The demands and expectations will differ greatly between career and hobby rappers. Generally, it makes the most sense for hobby rappers to work with other hobby rappers and for career rappers to work with other career rappers.

For example, consider this proposal for a collaboration. A career rapper who worked countless amounts of hours to earn 1,000 true fans. He invests money to ensure his music is professionally produced, recorded, mixed & mastered. He works hard to distribute his music to his fans, DJs, radio stations, and bloggers in a professional manner. And then all of a sudden he is approached by a hobby rapper who wants to do a collab with him.music_fans
The hobby rapper has spent very little time building his fan base and only has 10 fans. His songs are poorly recorded and are not mixed professionally. He’s using free beats from producers whose promotional tags are still in them. And his means of distributing his music is posting links to the song on Facebook multiple times and tagging everyone on his friend’s list.

In this scenario, the hobby rapper brings very little to the table and yet is the only one who stands to benefit from this collaboration. Unless the hobby rapper is a phenomenal artist who is going to take the song to new heights, is a personal friend or just someone the career rapper wants to help out this match-up doesn’t make any sense. There is a clear difference in the level of commitment, sacrifice, and investment of each rapper.

Things To Consider
Here are a few questions to ask yourself when considering if you should collaborate with another rapper.

Are we both career or hobby rappers?
Does the quality of our music match?
Do I like their music?
Will our subject matter mesh well with each other?
Will our style and musical taste mesh well with each other?
Will they add value to our song?
Will both of our fan bases and connections give us an equal increase of exposure?
Are they professional?
Are they good at communicating and keeping me updated?
Will they deliver to me what I need in a timely manner?
Am I genuinely excited to work with them or do I feel obligated?
Pump The Breaks
If you’re not able to answer the above questions about another rapper then chances are you don’t know them well enough to work with them. There’s nothing wrong with taking some time to get to know a rapper a bit more before making a decision to work with them or not.

Final Thoughts
Never forget why you started rapping in the first place; because it was fun right? The moment you start rapping out of obligation you forfeit your freedom to create and your once beloved craft is belittled to a mundane job. Don’t be afraid to decline a collaboration with another rapper. There’s nothing wrong with telling someone no. Feel free to work with whomever you want in whatever capacity you see fit and most importantly have fun!

208 Music Studios & Idaho School Of Hip Hop
208-713-4778

That Rapper CB feat. Marv Won - Phone Booth (OFFICIAL MUSIC VIDEO) 04/07/2021

That Rapper CB feat. Marv Won - Phone Booth (OFFICIAL MUSIC VIDEO)

🎬New Exclusive 208 Music Video Release🎬

THAT RAPPER CB
Phone Booth feat. Marv Won

Recorded, Mixed and Mastered by 208 Music Studios
Video by Death Rising

https://youtu.be/UBNLgIp7GE4

That Rapper CB feat. Marv Won - Phone Booth (OFFICIAL MUSIC VIDEO) Official Music Video for track 4 on the album Introspection featuring the Legend Marv Won from Detroit.This song means a lot to me... I hope you like it.____...

04/03/2021

FIGHT (East Coast Edition) - Ft That Rapper CB & Larry Bellyfate (Official Music Video)

208 MUSIC EXCLUSIVE NEW MUSIC VIDEO ALERT
FIGHT!! (East Coast)Where that Rapper CB & Larry Bellyfaté release there 2nd song off their upcoming EP called "M.A.R.S. - Music And Real Sh*t". Each of the 5 tracks will represent a sub culture in Hip-Hop. Where That Rapper CB & Larry Bellyfate have teamed up on there first 208 Music Project as 208 Music Reps. i Hope you enjoy this animated experience

1) South Edition - CELEBRATE - Atlanta/Houston dirty south style (Out Now)
2) East Edition - FIGHT - New York east cost style
3) West Edition - TAKEOVER - LA west coast style (Coming Soon)
4) North Edition - TBD Backpack rap / Drill (Coming Soon)
5) Mid-West Edition - Kansas City Chopper style (Coming Soon)

Beat by Dialectable Beats
Mixed and Mastered and Produced by Big Mike at 208 Music Studios.
Video Animation & Charachters Designed By Michael Ricer @ 208 Music
For Services Recording,Mixing & Mastering/Videos - Animations/ Distribution & Publishing/ Music Marketing/ Exclusive Beats/ Graphic Designs/Full Artist Development.
Email us [email protected]
Or visit our website.
www.208musicstudio.com
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THAT RAPPER CB: "Introspection" the 11 track studio album has been officially released and it is live on all platforms. Links below to check it out.

Apple Music: https://music.apple.com/us/album/intr...​

Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/artist/2qj6Q...​

YouTube Music: https://music.youtube.com/channel/UCD...​

And if you are old fashioned and buy music: www.thatrappercb.com/music

That Rapper CB:
IG: @thatrapperCB
YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/ThatRapperCB​

For more info, and to stay up to date with my music, check out my website and subscribe: https://www.thatrappercb.com/​​

CONTACT: [email protected]

___________________________________________________________
LARRY BELLYFATÉ: Check out Larry's latest project Pre-L.O.V.E. Volume 1 and stay tuned for more in the works.

Apple Music: https://music.apple.com/us/album/pre-...​

Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/artist/4RfNy...​

YouTube Music: https://music.youtube.com/channel/UC_...​

Larry Bellyfaté
IG: larry_bellyfate
Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCdZC...​
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FOR BOOKING INFO EMAIL
[email protected]
Or Call 2087134778

03/31/2021

#freenlechoppa

#freenlechoppa

03/27/2021

HANDS ON DECK PERFORMANCE DomP

Dom p killing it

Photos from 208 Music Studios's post 03/27/2021

What a beautiful night of praising and celebrations much love and success for our brother Vito OT ot and the toon squad @domp all the acts where beyond amazing and the community turned out. A true blessing. #208music #lighthouse #savinglives #toonsquad

03/27/2021
03/27/2021

VITO OT Light house release party

Where you at its going down right now. Come find the light. Vito OT bout to hit the stage.

03/22/2021

We are excited for this one..

We are excited for this one..

03/19/2021
03/02/2021

When you Finally Get Your Time To Shine. Producer & Artist Relationship Goals w/ Deezel Washingtons & Michael Ricer
#comedy #funny #relationshipgoals #studiolife #executiveproducer #208music ##trending #readytogo

02/19/2021

Meridian academy thank you fot having us

02/13/2021

208 Music Logo Treatment

02/12/2021

208 Music Studios Chizette Parlor Executive Marketing DirectorSchedule a free

Schedule a free consultation today

02/12/2021

208 Music Studios Chizette Parlor Executive Marketing DirectorSchedule a free

Schedule a free consultation today

02/08/2021

Meet 208 Music studios Kade Eborall Executive beat producer and instructor

02/08/2021

Meet 208 Music studios Kade Eborall Executive beat producer and instructor at the Idaho School Of Hip Hop beat production Classes where at any level he can further your career from beginner ,advanced to pro level classes Kade has a huge library of exclusive beats from west coast, pop, trap to down south style beats with many more styles. Here at 208 Music we have many options for your beats like a unlimited leasing or exclusive rights to custom beats schedule a free consultation to check out what other services that we offer.
For More Info Visit
www.208musicstudios.com

Meet 208 Music studios Kade Eborall Executive beat producer and instructor at the Idaho School Of Hip Hop beat production Classes where at any level he can further your career from beginner ,advanced to pro level classes Kade has a huge library of exclusive beats from west coast, pop, trap to down south style beats with many more styles. Here at 208 Music we have many options for your beats like a unlimited leasing or exclusive rights to custom beats schedule a free consultation to check out what other services that we offer.
For More Info Visit
www.208musicstudios.com

Photos from 208 Music Studios's post 01/19/2021

Little Sneak Peak of the Website

01/18/2021

🎤208 Music Current Hip Hop News🎤
What's your take on the Snoop VS Eminem Beef?

🎤208 Music Current Hip Hop News🎤
What's your take on the Snoop VS Eminem Beef?

01/12/2021

🔥🔥CALLING ALL ARTISTS🔥🔥
👇👇👇Link in comments👇👇👇

🔥🔥CALLING ALL ARTISTS🔥🔥
👇👇👇Link in comments👇👇👇

01/11/2021

👇Did you know👇
Run D.M.C. was the first rap group to be featured on Rolling Stone Magazine and the first to receive gold, platinum, and multiplatinum albums. They were also the first rap group to appear on MTV, and sign a major endorsement deal; with Adidas, which is featured on one their more popular songs.

👇Did you know👇
Run D.M.C. was the first rap group to be featured on Rolling Stone Magazine and the first to receive gold, platinum, and multiplatinum albums. They were also the first rap group to appear on MTV, and sign a major endorsement deal; with Adidas, which is featured on one their more popular songs.

208 Music Mission Statement

208 Music is Idaho’s first independent artist development company that helps artists not only create their business, but provide industry quality sound and services. Located in Boise, Idaho, with a full recording and production studio, our company teaches individuals production and studio skills, along with and not limited to: song, DJ and basic structures. With a wide variety of services, branding, artist development packages, P.A. & sound rentals, DJ services and free consultation.

Here at 208 Music, we have developed multiple award winning independent artists in our community. Our mission here at 208 Music is to show the best of the best and showcase their talent around the world.

We also work with our community leaders such as the Boys and Girls Club, Nampa and Boise School Districts, along with some private alternative schools, to speak to the youth about chasing dreams and accomplishing their goals. Our goal is to not only provide kids a safer outlet than the streets, but also positive goals to reach and focus on. We also teach life and commitment skills. Along with helping provide a better community for future generations to come.

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FIGHT (East Coast Edition) - Ft That Rapper CB & Larry Bellyfate (Official Music Video)
HANDS ON DECK PERFORMANCE DomP
VITO OT Light house release party
208 Music Logo Treatment
208 Music Studios Chizette Parlor Executive Marketing DirectorSchedule a free
208 Music Studios Chizette Parlor Executive Marketing DirectorSchedule a free

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7660 Horseshoe Bend Rd Suite D
Boise, ID
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