Get Ya Money Why You Bullshitxn by Kt Foreign featuring Mike Sherm

Get Ya Money Why You Bullshitxn by KT Foreign featuring Mike Sherm

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Get Ya Money Why You Bullshitxn

Get Ya Money Why You Bullshitxn
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San Diego, California- Checking in from America’s Finest City is Kt Foreign with the visual for his hit single “Get Ya Money Why You Bullshitxn”. The up tempo slapper features talented emcee Mike Sherm. The song has been doing good numbers for the San Diego rapper, KT Foreign, since the audio debuted on Thizzler On The Roof’s blog back in late March (Original Post. So far the songs audio has accumulated close to 300,000 original spins on Sound Cloud, 100,000’s on Youtube, Spotify, itunes and other major retailers. It is the second single this year to have great success for the indie rapper who distributes his music through Empire under the label name God Body The Label.

The track is a message to all these fake ballers out here. Produced by OnniMadeThis the track is not your regular trap influenced retread, like we have been overwhelmed with of late. Instead, it is a cross between throw back and new school. The beat 100% will get the party moving. Kt Foreign leads it off with his straight forward shit talking bars. Mike Sherm jumps in 2nd and is sure to make you at least Laugh Out Loud a minimum of ten times in 16 bars. Both artists are on a nice path towards the real ranks of the rap game nationwide. Mike Sherm has some of the slickest, quickest and unique bars the SlapGods.com team has heard in sometime. Kt Foreign has been riding the huge success of his hit single “War With Me”. That song features Yhung TO and Nef The Pharaoh both of Vallejo, California. The video for that single is currently being cued up to be shot in November in both the Bay area and San Diego. The anticipation is high for the song that is closing in on 10 million original spins across all platforms. Not bad for a man who just started rapping in the last few years. With so much success it didnt surprise the gods to hear that rumor has is Kt is pushing hard for a placement in next years XXL Freshman 2018 contest.

Get Ya Money Why You Bullshitxn. Kt Foreign on the scene of a recent performance at a high school in Southern California.
Get Ya Money Why You Bullshitxn. Kt Foreign on the scene of a recent performance at a high school in Southern California.

The video itself is not a million dollar budget production, but is a clean look and accomplishes Kt Foreign’s vision for the song. If you are a fan of up and coming indie rappers and want to help put your friends on point them to the video by Kt Foreign.

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War With Me is the Business

War With Me is the Business

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War With Me is the Business

War With Me is the Business
War With Me is the Business. With almost 1 million original Youtube and 2 million Sound Cloud plays the single is showing rappers one way to make it in todays rap game.

San Diego, California-  A little over a year  ago and KT Foreign was probably not a name you were familiar with. Flash forward to today and you may not recognize the name, but you probably have heard his music once or twice. You might have not even known it was his music that you were listening to, but when you hear the tracks below you probably will have a flashback to having heard one of his tracks over the past few months. His most popular single “War With Me” is about to move into some pretty rare air for an indie rapper. The track is about to click the odomoter on 2 million Sound Cloud spins and 1 million Youtube plays, even more importantly it is racing towards a half million on iTunes and 2o0,000 on Spotify.

KT Foreign is all business with his career rising like a well managed stock.
KT Foreign is all business with his career rising like a well managed stock.

What’s crazy is KT thought he would have been here even earlier because he had a single “Gettin Famous”, which features rap sensation Mozzy and Oakland’s D-Lo, drop last year. That single, was expected to help him make the leap, by some people close to KT. Unfortunately, KT learned what many artist learn as they work to gain some exposure, that even if you have the right feature, you also need to have the right timing. Now, you probably are sitting there going “How much better timing can you need, Mozzy is as hot as they come?”, and the Gods would answer “Correct”. The problem was at the TIME, Mozzy has released a ton of his own music and also about 20 songs he was featured on. In addition, KT also didnt plug his music into the same marketing machines as he did this time around. The point of the article is not to point out KT Foreign’s struggles, (and “Gettin Famous” has still done Good numbers for KT). Rather, the point of the article is to show artists just how many things are factored into making a song move in the industry. “War With Me” the single still has a long long way to go to crack the main stream, the song is also taking a different path then most singles that gain popularity via radio and marketing prior to their digital release.

KT Foreign is all business with his career rising like a well managed stock.
KT Foreign is all business with his career rising like a well managed stock.

But, you can learn a lot as a label, artist or manager by taking a look at KT’s two singles and how they were released and how they did numbers wise. “Getting Famous” was released prior to KT joining Empire. Then when he signed an agreement there he had to have the record taken down by Tune Core and then released via Empire. For part of the time there were two singles up and two differnt covers. Also the song was picked up by Thizzler and other web sites, but after the digital  release. The track “Getting Famous”  did OK as it was widely overlooked with so many brand new Mozzy records available to his fans.  “War With Me” was released very differently.

Repping San Diego, KT is hoping to match the rise to fame of Lemon Grove's Rob Stone.
Repping San Diego, KT is hoping to match the rise to fame of Lemon Grove’s Rob Stone.

First, it was given directly to  Thizzler for upload to their YouTube and the producer’s Sound Cloud. But this time unlike “Gettin Famous”,  before the song  was given to Thizzler, it was  uploaded to Empire. Thus, the single was”Encoded”, or protected for monetization of all spins on any major site, whether the consumer is paying or not i.e. Youtube and Sound Cloud. Basically, it meant that even if the song spun a bunch on a service that is Free like YouTube, KT would still be compensated for the spins. Many of the distribution companies do not offer this encoding or if they do it is not a  good version of the service. A very easy way to check your distributor’s “Encoding” technology is to upload a song you are currently distributing to your own YouTube channel. If it works good you should get an email within 48 hours from  Youtube letting you know you have uploaded copy written material and you can either leave it up and let someone else collect or take it down or dispute the validity of the copy right. So just getting the song to Thizzler first, before it was available in a  ton of digital stores and also encoding the song before it amassed a whole bunch of “Free” spins really set KT up for success.

Living up to his name sake Foreign is always pushing something he imported from over seas.
Living up to his name sake Foreign is always pushing something he imported from over seas.

The next thing KT did this time around was to diversify the feature. Basically instead of putting all his eggs in one basket with Mozzy, he split it  up with Nef and Yhung TO. Even if the costs were thrown out or equal, using two artists instead of one gives the record a better chance of being “It” because you are not relying on that one feature to get the record  spun. Again, Mozzy is a great feature, the problem at the time was he had a whole bunch of his own music coming out. As an artist it is tough to make  call of whether  to drop your record with a big feature around the time of that artists release. In other cases you may not even be meaning to and it just so happens the artist drops on his own out of nowhere. That is more the scenario with KT, Mozzy was just dropping tons of music and it unfortunately led to KT’s record being overlooked. This time around neither artist had tons of music coming out, instead fans were hungry for some of their music. Nef and Yhung TO are both in very high demand and fans were eager to hear their new collab.

While there are a ton of other factors that lead to the success of KT’s “War With Me”, the bottom line is the emcee has set himself up to make a nice  pay day. Aspiring artists can learn a lot by following the model KT used when releasing “War With Me”. The features and beat were surely a cost to the rapper, but  KT is clearly all business when it comes to his rap career. 

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