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Lstreetz_Greatness_2-front-large(Photo By Dat Piff)

Readers allow the site to introduce Lstreetz. Lstreetz is a femcee/producer on the rise from Chicago, IL. She took to music at a young age and has come to be known for having a very fierce style about her. She is signed to B.M.B Records (Breaking Major Barriers) which is ran by the likes of rappers Trick Trick and Charli Baltimore. Additionally, she has a strong performance reputation under her belt. Which she will be adding to this month as part of the new wave of The Big Heff Industry Tour. The tour kicks off on the 15th and it will be invading the Mil-town on the 25th (Sunday) at Club Timbuktu. Since she is a featured artist of the venture, it seemed only appropriate to help the 414 get acquainted with her before the big show. She’s currently pushing a single titled “Out Yo Feelings” off of her Greatness 2 mixtape which can be heard above.

DoughBoy CashOut(Photo By Destiny Lloyd)

The Detroit rap scene was forever changed in 2006 when the group Doughboyz Cashout was officially formed. Two street crews came together to combine their talents and began a takeover that would soon gain them the attention of one of the hood’s favorite rap superstars, Young Jeezy. They signed to his CTE World imprint in 2013 and have been quickly making a name for themselves throughout the Mid-West with plans to soon conquer other regions as well. They recently came through the 414 courtesy of the Big Heff Industry tour to do a few interviews and shake up a local venue. Find out what happened when The Illixer got a hold of the fellas after the break.

As mentioned in a previous post, The Illixer was granted the opportunity to shoot the breeze with music industry figure, Quincy ” Big Heff'” Taylor. Taylor hails from Chicago, Illinois but resides in Cleveland, Ohio. He specializes in marketing and promotions but has his hands in a variety of ventures. One of his most well known being Big Heff’s Industry Tour. He shared the goods on how to be successful in promoting, the biggest con of working in the music business, and much more. Discover what he had to say after the jump.