IAA SPOTLIGHT: GET TO KNOW – STOP 6 LOW KEE – FORT WORTH’S HOTTEST STAR!

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IAA:  What city and state are you from?

STOP 6 LOW KEE:  I’m from Ft. Worth, Texas. Also known as Ft. Murda Worth or Funky Town. I grew up on the east side in the STOP 6 / Eastwood area.

IAA:  What is your music background?

STOP 6 LOW KEE:  My music background is hip hop/rap/gangsta rap. I developed an interest in music in the early 90’s, and then began writing my own raps at the age of 12 or 13. It wasn’t until recently that I started pursuing rap as a business and not just a hobby. After years of living a life of crime to survive, instead of utilizing my talent, I am now happy to say, `I am retired from my former way of life.’ Now my grind is to display my God-given talent to write and spit hot lyrics.

IAA:  Why do you want to record and release your own music?

STOP 6 LOW KEE:  Because I feel that there is a demand for the real life stories that I put to music. Writing, recording, and performing my own music is what I love to do. I think I’m a pretty good judge of music, and I think my ish is hot, so I want to share it with the world.

IAA:  What are your songs about?

STOP 6 LOW KEE:  Life experiences and ghetto dreams

IAA:  Who are your musical influences?

STOP 6 LOW KEE:  K-Rino, Screwed Up Click, Street Military, Swissa House, DMX, Lox, A.Z., Jay-Z, Master P., E-40, 2Pac, Biggie, Snoop Dogg, Nas, Rakim, Wu Tang, N.W.A. MC Eiht, Spice 1, Hot Boyz, Dj Qwik, Outkast, Scarface, Too $hort, 8 Ball & MJG, MYSTIKAL, and the entire cast of the movie Krush Groove lol. I mean the list goes on.

IAA:  How would you describe your music to people?

STOP 6 LOW KEE:  Real life imitating art would best describe my music.

IAA:  What makes you stand out from other artists?

STOP 6 LOW KEE:  My versatility makes me stand out. Also, unlike a lot of artist, I write, and record my own lyrics. My life experiences created the elite being that I am. Aside from that, my profound delivery alone places me in a league of my own. So much so, I’m thinking of creating my own musical genre, lol. Honestly, I think I have a hunger, drive, and work ethic that a lot of today’s artist don’t possess.

IAA:  Tell us about one of the hardest challenges you had to face in your music career and how did you overcome?

STOP 6 LOW KEE:  One of the hardest challenges I’ve faced in my music career was not always having the finances available to conduct certain aspects of the business side of the industry. Finances are needed to get to the next level. Also, not having a platform to convey my talent at times became a challenge. Once I found an outlet to present my music to the world, I kept pressing. I kept putting it in their face until I got their attention. Now, here we are.

IAA:  What are some upcoming projects you are currently working on?

STOP 6 LOW KEE:  Currently I’m working on my mixtapes, Time to Kill , Stop 6 LOW KEE, and my LP. I’m writing a movie, and I also ghostwrite. I also have some rap & r&b artists that I’m going to executive produce. With that being said, be on the look-out for Murda Mob. Murda Mob is a collage ofgreat emcees from Ft. Murda Worth, who I hand-picked myself to assist me with representing a certain element of hip hop, as pertaining to my city. Murda Mob will be working alongside other talented acts that I will be show casing and shining the spotlight on. I have a really great concept in mind that’s going to take the world by storm. I can’t reveal any details just yet. You’ve just got to stay down and stay tuned.

IAA:  What are your career goals? Where do you see yourself in 10 years?

STOP 6 LOW KEE:  Have my record sales go platinum while I’m still living. I want to receive a Grammy for all my hard work, and open the door for other great artists. I also want to capitalize on my invention concept. In ten years I want to be somewhere enjoying life and reaping the benefits from the seeds I’ve sowed.

IAA:  How can your fans access your music and contact you?

STOP 6 LOW KEE:  Simple, just google Stop 6 Low Kee or go to www.reverbnation.com/stopsixlowkee

https://itunes.apple.com/album/time-i$-money-murda-mixtape/id591446997?v0=9989&ign-mpt=uo%3D1

www.emusic.com/album/stop-6-low-kee/time-i-money…/13764900/

“STOP 6” LOW KEE: TIME I$ MONEY-MURDA MIXTAPE

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Support my music, support a cause http://rvrb.fm/16Yb7OW Thank you to all my fans, on & offline.Keep supporting this underground music

Beware of counterfeits. It’s some imitators out there trying to copy and use my name saying they are Low-Kee. If they are not from FT. Murda Worth, TX. Stop 6-East Side, it’s not me! (est.1993)

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174 COMMENTS

  1. Finally music with a message about the struggles in everyday life. Those who are a fan of the truth check my family low-kee out. You will not be disappointed .

    • what production he dont make beats or record vocals u betta listen to his music again and really see who does the productions

      • Bitch you ain’t no killa. Find you something else to do lil bitch ass nigga besides postin’ lil girl ass shit on my shit. Mad cuz I want rap on no mo’ of them trash ass beats I made hot for you. Even yo girl know you pussy boy. I just left yo bullshit ass lil town, remember… Yo lil hoe ass wouldn’t even come outside so I can whoop yo ass. Remember dat? Better stay in yo place bitch before somebody kill yo lil hoe ass. & for the record, no I don’t make beats. But I do, more than often, record my own shit. So fuck (6017 pro-dic-suckas) & that hoe ass nigga poot-butt marlil.

        • keep makin them fire hits low. the real niggas gon rock wit you . the haters gon hate. i told you long time ago that nigga pook was pussy. can’t nothin stop u now dog. sucka free & lovin it. 1

        • I’m just glad you’re rapping now, and no longer doing the things you speak of in your songs. Sounds like a hard way to live. Keep striving to do better. Your grind/music is going to take you places you never thought you’d go. God Bless

      • Oh well, he still tite. wit flows like that, who need beats. i love this man. can’t wait to see him in concert & video

  2. Real aint always popular…., but it is powerful. I like what LOW spitting. Despite what these other rappers doing, he sticking to the script.

  3. Tight traccs, longevity flows.To be just an underground rapper from TX., STOP 6 LOW KEE go harder than a lot of the main stream artist out.

  4. Me & my FOLKS don’t listen to nothing but underground shit. That’s were you get the raw truth. We been banging dat boy Low music since like 2006. About time y’all caught up.

    • Thank you for resurrecting this true art form. Now I know for sure hip hop aint dead. It lives. STOP 6 LOW KEE proved that for me today

  5. yeah, dude definitely spittin’ on an elite level. this is true hip hop! Alive & doin’ well.

  6. REAL RECOGNIZE REAL. I LOVE WHEN A MUTHAf*%K@ GOT THE BALL$ TO PUT IT ALL OUT THERE & NOT GIVE A DAMN WHAT EVERYBODY ELSE IS DOIN’, SAYIN’, OR THINKIN’. THIS NIGGA BE TALKIN’ DAT REAL SHIT STR8 FROM THE STREETS. NOT FROM A RICH NIGGA PERSPECTIVE, BUT FROM A REAL NIGGA THAT’S STILL STRUGGLING, & TRYING TO MAKE A TRANSITION. FUCK WITH’M IF YOU LIKE REAL LIFE MUSIC.

  7. the way the industry’s ran now, music like this is too often slept on and under appreciated. there should be an outlet for great rappers like this to capitolize financially on their talent even if they aren’t main stream artist. This the $hit right here they need to be selling. that shit on the radio is bullshit!

  8. finally, a break from all that watered down rap. i fux w/dis nigga Stop 6 Low Kee shit. He keeping it all the way gangsta. Them niggas in the south got all kind of styles. this nigga word play is crazy.

  9. I bought his TIME I$ MONEY-MURDA MIXTAPE off iTunes & the version on his reverbnation store. I’ll give the lyrics an A+, but some of the instrumental tracks were a bit out dated for me. but dude got mad flow. I can’t wait to hear his upcoming work on some of the newer style beats.

    • thats when you know the flow is real…. when someone can take unpolished beats and make hot songs, now thats what i think shows the true talent of an artist. i liked his mix tape. there was a lil something for everyone on there. east, west, south. homeboy gonna go far

      • Shit, he done sold like three different version of that mix tape in the last year. talkin bot get’n it in!. it jammed every time he changed it up though. first it got leaked in Aug. 2012 so he changed a few songs up & put it on iTunes. But the one he selling on his reverb nation store is the one he sell you when you see him around here in the streets of funky town. he a cool nigga til you piss him off. I like how he representing for my city.

    • bought it yesterday & mad Im just now finding out about it. dat nigga going in. i ain’t stop playing yet. he kept it TX. but wit a national swag. right on.

  10. with skills like this, all this man need is promotion & distribution. he cud probably out sale a lot of them bullshit rappers the labels been throwing their money away on. more people need to support underground artist like this so the game can stop being flooded with the crap we’ve now been force to call hip hop.

  11. Talent in it’s truest form! I can’t wait to see this dude get all the rewards deserved for the hard work he’s put in on this project. Love the CD and cannot wait to see a live show?? Hint hint, kept pushing forward Low! I see ☆★☆★’s!

  12. Keep going ham. Excellence pays off. You bout to take off and only the sky is the limit. Need more real rappers like you.

    • I WUZ LOCCED UP IN T.D.C. WIT SOME NIGGAZ FROM STOP SIX. IF YOU ANY THING LIKE THEM, I KNOW YOU CRAZY. I HEARD ALL THE WAR STORIES COMING OUT THAT FUNK. YALL WILD OUT THERE. WE BUMPIN YO SHIT N H-TOWN. KEEP DOIN IT 4 TX CUZZ.

    • Wassup? Im an up and coming artist from Sacramento currently in L.A
      just showing my support. Your work is the truth

    • It was a pleasure to finally meet you in person. I’m a long time fan. Glad to see someone deserving representing my home so well. Keep up the great work Low. You will always have my support.

    • This reminds me of when we were younger. I remember the first time we went to a REAL recording studio. I knew then you would be great. Glad to see you stayed down with your dreams. Keep glowing for the Funk. Hard work pays off.

  13. Call me a conspiracy theorists, but doesn’t Jay-Z’s entier Magna-Carta-Holy-Grail LP sound like a response to Low’s GOD SON song? I’m just say’n

    • yooooo! it’s crazy someone else thought the same shit me & my people were saying. believe it or not, I’ve heard a lot of “main stream” artist, & i use that term loosely, copying quotes I heard stop six low kee saying years ago… some of you’ll all FAVORITE rappers.

    • DAT WAS A HOT SONG YO! real spit. son wasn’t dis’n Hov tho’ he was just spitting some hot ass lyrics embodying some 5% shit wit it. that nigga on point.

    • i wouldn’t go as far as saying a response to, but it is pretty coincidental that a lot of the lyrical content on jay’s new lp does sound contradicting to “time i$ money-murda mix tape”. in a competitive m.c kind of way. as it should be… to a point, jay’s lp sounds inspired by low’s mix tape. that first line on “god-son” woke him up. lol even with the verses his feat. artist spit on holy grail sound like they was shootin’ slugs. that shit crazy yo! low been pushin’ his mobile app since last year, then jay drop his lp via cell phone…. “things that make you go huhmm”? lol
      They say great minds think alike. So I guess once you’re considered great it doesn’t matter what level you are on in the game. weather it be underground or main stream…..

    • we came by to show some love and we are amazed by your creativity. this wion’t be our last visit most definitely. may this year be succesful. much love

  14. What ever you do, don’t stop doing what you are doing. Haters gon’ hate. But you gon’ make it to the top. See you there.

  15. great voice, powerful delivery, great song concepts, where has this dude been? why am I just now hearing about him. he got skills

  16. Your music is hot! It’s inspiring me to go harder as a M.C. I thought I was the shit til I heard yo mix tape. you a fool wit them words.

    • been knowin fam since grade school. he been a G. He tellin yall the truth. & aint sugar coatin shit bout life in dat funk

  17. about time another g come around. lords knows we tired of the fuck boys rapping in tight ass clothes. big ups low for keeping it 100.

  18. when its hot, its hot. you can’t be denied with that flow. keep pushing! i’m looking for you on BET .GOD’s blessings

  19. Wow! this does remind me of what we’ve been missing in hip hop. Thx Low Kee, and thk you Stop 6 for makin him this way

  20. I love his mix of Tx slowed down music, with Ny type word play, and west coast gangsta shit. He is an all around great M.C. I didn’t know Texas was so lyrically diverse (cali love)

  21. Maaaannnee! dis how tx put it down.4real. cuz a fool 4 sho. keep killing ’em low. you hurtin them boyz.

  22. if his movie is anything like his mix tape, move over boyz n da hood & menace 2 society. he really paints a picture in his music

      • See, that’s what’s wrong with the game now. Everybody want to party all the time and not address the real matters in life. This man touched on a lot of real subjects on the songs I’ve heard him on. I can relate to the real life shit more than all that club shit.

  23. thx 4 making my train ride a lil smoother. this was a nice article . now i’m about to go to the links to listen.

    • out of all the rappers in the south, this is why I fuck with them texas niggas.. they keep it stiff. they been going hard since the days of geto boys. all their shit is hardcore & street.

  24. if it wasn’t for stop 6 low kee, & 1st 48, you would never know dallas/ft. worth was dat off the chain

  25. Who would’ve knew you’d be holding the crown for the city LOW?
    We see you cuzz. We bangin’ dat stop 6 shit over here in HOOVA LAND too. So you know you gotta C jammin’ You know how we do it on di$ cide lol. Keep puttin’ it down home town

  26. great read. Taking a road trip & need something to ride to so I’m going to cop your mix tape & see what it’s about.

  27. the 90s was the golden age of hip hop. thx 4 bringing those type of skill back to the game. you in the right lane. stay there.

  28. dat shit jamming like E-muthafka! I’m from Florida. I’m flying to Dallas next week for business but this cd make me want to go to Ft. Worth to see the hood. I love dat hood shit.

  29. Hope all is well! I’m putting on an event at Curtain Club at the end of July. Should get some great exposure and expecting about 200-300 attendees throughout the night. It is a charity event that we are doing nationwide sponsored by the Ronald McDonald House Charity.

    Are you in town and available?

  30. You seem to be very professional in the way you answer questions. We’re enjoying your music in D.C. and looking forward to more

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