Chapter 13: - conducted by Todd E. Jones  


Rashid’s Memoirs Of The Hip-Hop Asylum

November 2005

MVRemix: Word association. When I say a name, you say the first word that pops in your head. So, if I say 'Chuck D', you may say 'revolutionary'. Ok?

Rashid Hadee: Whatever.

MVRemix: Mos Def.

Rashid Hadee: Probably.

MVRemix: Atmosphere.

Rashid Hadee: Air.

MVRemix: Dead Prez.

Rashid Hadee: Money.

MVRemix: Jay-Z.

Rashid Hadee: Roc-a-wear.

MVRemix: Wu-Tang Clan.

Rashid Hadee: Shaolin.

MVRemix: Eminem.

Rashid Hadee: Shady.

MVRemix: Boot Camp Clik.

Rashid Hadee: Gutter.

MVRemix: 50 Cent.

Rashid Hadee: Jewelry.

MVRemix: Little Brother.

Rashid Hadee: Black Star.

MVRemix: Kaze.

Rashid Hadee: Rapper.

MVRemix: Phife Dawg.

Rashid Hadee: Tribe.

MVRemix: MF Doom.

Rashid Hadee: Licorice.

MVRemix: Gil Scott Heron.

Rashid Hadee: Legend.

MVRemix: George Bush.

Rashid Hadee: Blinks.

MVRemix: What do you think of the U.S. involvement in the Middle East?

Rashid Hadee: I'm more concerned about my route to and from work to really have any thoughts on this.

MVRemix: If you could re-make any classic hip-hop song, what would it be?

Rashid Hadee: ‘Hey Young World’ by Slick Rick.

MVRemix: How did you get started in making music?

Rashid Hadee: I heard some good music one day and something inside of me that told me I could do the same thing.

MVRemix: Who was the biggest influence in your life?

Rashid Hadee: My mother, my sister, my grandmother. Really, my whole family.

MVRemix: What was your last dream you remember?

Rashid Hadee: Yesterday, I dreamed that I had a 12 times platinum CD out, 5 different cars, mad clothes, and mad money. I was shooting a video for BET's ‘Uncut’ with a whole bunch of big booty chicks in it.

MVRemix: What is hip-hop lacking these days?

Rashid Hadee: Rashid Hadee and Young Valentine!

MVRemix: What are some major misconceptions that people have of you?

Rashid Hadee: Honestly, none that I know of.

MVRemix: What is next for you and/or Chapter 13?

Rashid Hadee: A whole lot of success! My solo joint, ‘Dedication’ will be the next CD coming from the 13 crew. It will be released in Japan first, but it will be coming to the U.S. real soon after that. For more info, just hit up www.neblinarecords.com.

MVRemix: Any final words?

Rashid Hadee: Yeah. Thanks for the interview, Todd. Thanks to everyone for showing love and supporting Chapter 13.





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