Thursday, March 7, 2019

Hello Victory on Vinyl

Nametag Alexander & Digger’s Factory are commemorating the Soulspazm reissue of Hello Victory on vinyl. Experience the Detroit emcee’s latest project featuring two new bonus tracks in analog & lossless sound by reserving your copy HERE or below.

Digger’s Factory will only ship preorders with a minimum of 100 copies . The goal of 100 orders will need to be met before April 10, 2019 for orders to be shipped, or else refunds will be processed.

Collect the rest of the Hello Victory capsule collection featuring “Work. Win. Repeat” & “LABL”  on our MERCH section here on the site.

Thursday, February 28, 2019

The LABL Podcast - “Ketch Phraze” (episode 45)

There may have been 4 or 5 attempts over the last year to get this podcast episode to happen. It’s all about timing though. Nametag chops it up with Inkster/Detroit MC, Ketch Phraze. If you’re familiar with the Detroit underground Hip Hop scene, you recognize Ketch from the former Inkster bred trio, Street Justice. Ketch Phraze speaks about earning his stripes on the Detroit Hip Hop scene, an interesting college story to how he started his path as an MC, his music release titled “The Gift Certificate” and much more. Subscribe and listen to “The LABL Podcast” on the top platforms such as Apple Podcasts/iTunes, Spotify, Anchor FM, and many others. Order some LABL merch from the website while you listen. Thanks.

Twitter: @KetchP x @lablmusic IG: @ketchp313 x @leadandbelegendary

Facebook Group: The LABL Podcast

Wednesday, February 20, 2019

#SHOPTALKCYPHER - Nametag Alexander

#SHOPTALKCYPHER Series just kicked off with some 🔥 from Nametag Alexander. We on everything all 2019. Follow @shoptalkpodcaststudio on Instagram and subscribe to their Youtube channel.

Monday, February 11, 2019

(Video clip) from episode 44 of "The LABL Podcast"

Detroit MC, and host of The LABL Podcast; Nametag Alexander chops it up with, Music Producer, also Brother, Black Bethoven about if there ever would be an Independent Music Artist Stock Exchange. The concept came about via a Facebook status post from Jesse Atkinson of Urban Threshold. Hear the full audio of this episode HERE.

Video footage provided by @Kid_Smurf17