DV The Bossman’s Interview w/Hip Hops Revival

We recently linked with DV The Bossman and talked with him about being content manager of Vann Digital Networks, live sessions, advice for artists, & more.

Read our full Q&A with him below and be sure to check out


Explain who you are for those who may not know.

I’m DV The Bossman. Content manager of Vann Digital Networks. Die-hard fan of Rap music & Hip-Hop culture.

How long have you been doing what you’re doing?

I’ve been running Vann Digital Networks & for almost 7 years.

What made you want to start your outlet?

I got tired of seeing the same shit on TV & hearing the same shit on the radio. So I started VDN as an alternative for myself as well as anybody else interested.

Talk to us about your new live series.

“VDN Live Sessions” is a partnership between myself & my client, Prynce Jacobs fka P.Fly, that chronicles Jacobs in all aspects of his career.

How did you come up with that?

It started with me reaching out to Jacobs wanting to do a collabo project, which is coming soon BTW, and he came up with the “VDN Live Sessions” concept to help promote the project.

What advice do you give to up and coming artists?

3 words should stay in their minds at all times: patience, compromise, & sacrifice. The quicker they understand those 3 words, the further they’ll go.

What’s next for you?

Me & Prynce want to open up “VDN Live Sessions” as an outlet for other up & coming artists in the future. As for VDN itself, there’s a few things on the table but I won’t elaborate at this time as things are still coming together.

Anything else?

If you’re interested in hearing new artists that ain’t in the mainstream (yet), go to!!!



Webbie Interview w/ TheProgressReport

Supporting the independent hustle, one story at a time. Trill OG Webbie sat down and talked music, life, and everything in between with me on another great episode of #TheProgressReport. Webbie introduced his new artist, Project Baby and addressed years of unanswered questions. Topics discussed include: upcoming music from Lil Phat, defining what it means to be a Bad Bitch in 2016, penis size, starting his own weed, 2016 NBA Playoff predictions (Picks Lebron James over Stephen Curry), reflects on a past conversation held with President Obama and who he would vote for this year (if he voted), reveals the meaning of Savage Life, Gangsta Muzik 2 is on the way, & the return of his childhood friend, Beezie Boy.

Webbie also shed light on his personal life as he deals with “baby mama drama” and believes that parents must mentor the youth and learn how to put aside personal feelings for the greater good of the kids.

Best advice I received from Webbie during interview: “Don’t waste your time worrying or thinking about the next nigga and you fucked up… Stay in school”.

Webbie also explains that church and God is in your heart and that if you have faith, nobody can’t tell you nothing.

Webbie concludes the interview by shouting out several rappers such as Birdman, Butsa Rhymes, Twista, E-40 and credits UGK, Pimp C, DJ Screw, Bun B, & the CEO of Trill ENT for his success.

Webbie’s fifth studio album, Savage Life 5 is set to drop May 20th and features Snoop Dogg, Lil Boosie, & the Trill fam.


Get to know: Maui Max

Robert Williams, also known as “Maui Max” age 22, is an artist originally from Newark, NJ but is now based out of Atlanta, GA. By the age of 16, Maui discovered his passion for sports, but was also so drawn-in by the music he was listening to at the time, that he began to secretly write his own lyrics. By 2014, Maui decided to put out his first project titled, “Always Open” on Bandcamp, which gained a nice buzz locally with the sound of what he calls “car music” meaning a chill vibe with dope lyrics and definitely 4/20 friendly. By 2015, Maui would go on to release part two of his “Always Open” series which had the same vibe as the first however, the growth did not go unnoticed. Maui then had the idea to capitalize on his small but growing buzz and release a new single each Monday for 5 weeks and would go on to call it “Maui Mondays”. Now entering 2016, teaming with new management Schweinbeck LLC and Royal Reign Records, Maui has been everywhere in the Atlanta scene doing numerous weekly shows. Even taking his talents to SXSW this past March; he has now being acknowledged for his high energy performances. Maui is currently pushing his brand new single, “Still” and visual for “December 20th” which was premiered by Trill HD and placed on Worldstar. Now, with his name spreading throughout and beyond Atlanta, Maui wants to continue to help move the culture forward while bringing more of a modern-feel while taking his sound to a worldwide platform with no limits or boundaries.


HHR recently got the chance to conduct a Q&A with Maui and got to know him a little bit better as a person.

Check out the full Q&A below:

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