- Ruste Juxx X VStheBest “CountDown To Def”Ready To Juxx (the712label.com)
- Ruste Juxx X VStheBest “Your Song” Ready To Juxx (the712label.com)
Brand new Ruste Juxx video “Countdown To Def” taken from the album “Ready To Juxx” produced by VStheBest also featuring Chip Fu aka Jungle Rock. The album is available on iTunes, GET IT NOW!
Shout ou to PF Cuttin and EAST NY RADIO for blasting off the new Ruste Juxx X VStheBEST album “READY TO JUXX”. Available on ITUNES.
Your Song” by Ruste Juxx and VStheBest, taken from album “Ready To Juxx” on Soulspazm, available on ITunes.
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From Ruste Juxx’s latest album, ‘Ready To Juxx’, produced entirely by VStheBest.
Brooklyn’s own Ruste Juxx drops his new and 6th LP in 5 years: Ready To Juxx, out September 17th. This album draws inspiration from Notorious B.I.G.’s debut, “Ready To Die”. For the record, Ruste collaborates with VStheBest, who entirely produces the album, and plans to release it on his recently founded record label, Blaze My Fire.
The 16-song album will feature Skyzoo, Rockness Monstah of Heltah Skeltah, Chip Fu and Brother J among others. Ruste was introduced to the game by Heltah Skeltah. Always been a fan of hip hop, he started writing at 12 years old. Then entered the battles scene and started putting out singles around 16.
Hard-edged spitter Ruste Juxx got a real knack for finding largely undiscovered production talents. For his latest project, Ruste’s tapping beats from VSTheBest and judging by the sounds of “Ready to Juxx” heard above we’re getting another sure shut LP from the Boot Camp affiliate. “Ready to Juxx”, the album that is, drops via Soulspazm Records on September 24.
Skanks The Rap Martyr from Bankai Fam and VStheBEST connect on this joint “Unstoppable. ” Reinstating that East Coast Boom Bap ,take a listen!
Sh** if DJ’s rep N.Y. with me, how the ph*** Drake and 2 Chainz get more airplay than me in my city. Skanks The Rap Martyr NUFF SAID!
This is the first full EP from the U.G.L.I (U.Gotta.Luv.It) household, a collective consisting of 3 canadian emcee’s all from New Brunswick, Nostic, NapzMeka and ThaCapitalE.
We’ve all known each other for a long time and been making music together for years so this was naturally the next step for us. Touching on everything from our daily struggle as people to perfecting our craft, this EP is sure to make you think while noddin’ ya head!
Ruste Juxx and Skyzoo team up on Bks Finest , from the new Ruste Juxx album “Ready To Juxx out now!
This is footage from the Ready To Juxx tour featuring Ruste Juxx.
*This interview was taken from HipHopLt*
Ruste Juxx stays busy. In September, he will release his sixth LP in five years.
The album is called “Ready To Juxx” and draws inspiration from Notorious B.I.G.’s debut, “Ready To Die”. For the record, Ruste collaborates with VStheBest, who entirely produces the album, and plans to release it on his recently founded record label, Blaze My Fire. Being introduced to the game by Heltah Skeltah 15 years ago, Ruste explains his independent grind, lists upcoming projects, announces European tour, and remembers close friend Flood Diesel.
Your new album, “Ready To Juxx”, will be released via Soulspazm and your newly established record label, Blaze My Fire. Why did you decide to start your own imprint?
I think it’s the right time to do it. Everybody wants to step their game up. I need to release not only my albums but also put other people on, like artists from Crown Heights, Brooklyn. I want to keep my name getting bigger and build a brand.
But you’re still affiliated with Duck Down, right?
No, I have never been signed to Duck Down like that. We always did a contract for each project. It’s not like I’m tied into it.
Duck Down is always the crew, we’re still the fam. I might eventually release an album there again.
“Ready To Juxx” is your sixth LP in five years.
I’m hard working. I never stop. I keep putting out good music that people appreciate. This is my job right here. I stay on the road, make a lot of videos, and keep the money flowing.
The album is entirely produced by VStheBest. How did you hook up with him?
He’s one of the new producers. He comes from Philly. I did some songs for one his projects earlier. We linked up, I heard a lot of his beats and we just decided to do an album for me. He came up with the title, “Ready To Juxx”. It’s sort of like “Ready To Die”. Not that we used any of the beats or lyrics from Biggie, it’s just the whole feel and concept of “Ready To Die” but from my perspective.
With the exception of “Indestructible”, all of your albums were produced by one producer. Does it work for you better to have one man behind the boards?
I think so because at the end of the day you’re working with that one producer and you’re coming up with the tracks. It’s kind of a headache for me going all out, getting beats from this producer and then getting beats from another producer. It’s easier to work with one good producer and complete the album.
You have collaborated with lesser-known producers, like Endemic, Kyo Itachi and now VStheBest. How do you find them?
Actually, they all contacted me and I chose to work with them. A lot of producers hit me up and some of them I work with, some of them I don’t. These producers were among the best so it was a no-brainer to record with them.
Do you see these collaborations as one-off projects?
Me and Marco Polo were speaking about doing a sequel to “The Exxecution” and I’m already working on another album with Kyo Itachi. But it’s not a sequel to “Hardbodie Hip Hop”, it’s a totally new album. We’ll see how everything works out. I’m cool with all of them so you never know.
You were introduced to the game by Sean Price. Why do you think you have succeeded creating your own lane?
You know, I was doing my thing before I met Sean Price so I was always hungry and determined. Once I got with Sean and got on the Heltah Skeltah album (song “Magnum Force” off 1998’s “Magnum Force”), I did a lot of features—from that Duck Down compilation (song “Live The Life” off 1999’s “Duck Down Presents”) to mixtapes. From the moment I got my album going, I kept it moving. I have always been doing that. I wasn’t like an artist that was affiliated; I have always wanted to stand on my own, just like I’m doing it now with the record label. I feel like I’m a great artist and got a lot of the music the world wants hear.
How hard is it for you to be independent?
It’s hard but I make it work. I work every day. I do features with artists from all over the world. I keep my skills sharp by doing that and I keep working on albums, put them out, find a deal, and get the money together. I stay busy. It’s hard, but you got to do it. This is what I love to do so I can’t stop.
I’m going to tour Europe this fall. I’m going to Hungary, Spain, Amsterdam and to some other places. It’s called Ready To Juxx tour. I love being in Europe. I have a good fanbase out there. Fans love me and I love the fans. I’m ready for the album to come out. I hope everybody can appreciate it. I think it’s one of the best ones right here. Not because it’s the latest but because it’s a really good album. The production is crazy, the lyrics is crazy.
Flood Diesel whom fans may know from songs like “Smack Muzik” off Heltah Skeltah’s “D.I.R.T.” and “Cardiac” off Sean Price’s Jesus Price Supastar recently passed away. Could you share some of your memories of him?
Flood was a good friend, and a good father. He was a dope MC. I miss him. I wish it never happened. I plan to make a joint. Me and Sean might collaborate on something, talking about him. But Flood was a good dude, man.
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