Hip Hop artist, and fan of West Virginia Mountaineers football, rapper 6’6 240 in this video talks about last week’s football game where the West Virginia Mountaineers defeated the Iowa State Cyclones, and goes through the highlights of the game. He also discusses and gives his score prediction for the upcoming game with the Baylor University. This is the twelfth episode of “6 Predicts”, covering the whole season of the 9-2 West Virginia University Mountaineers out of Morgantown, West Virginia. 6’6 240 has a new musical project called The Jordan Clan, the name of the EP is called Neo Griots featuring the video Leavin.
West Virginia rapper 6’6 240 talks about West Virginia University Mountaineers upcoming football games.
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Watch 6’6 240 Video “Leaving” at
Listen to “WE ARE WEST VIRGINIA” by 6’6 240 at
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West Virginia’s own 6’6 240’s web series called “6 predicts”, where he gives his opinion on the upcoming WVU football games.
Get “We Are West Virginia”by 6’6 240 on iTunes at http://bit.ly/WeAreWestVirginia
#juneizsoundvizion Day 26 “WV Clap” 6’6 240, Ace Beanz, DJ Sean Nice
R.I.P Lacy Neff. WV Clap is the 2nd most successful music release we have ever had at Soundvizion, and it was Lacy Neff (DJ at 102 FM-Radio WVAQ) that believed in the song, and played it on prime time on WVAQ, which then became a gameday anthem, thanks Lacy for believing in our music.
My dear freind DJ Sean Nice, who produced the track, was also at that time doing a DJ Show on WVAQ and would play the song on his show, between Lacy playing it prime-time, and Sean playing it in the evening, that song took off out the gate, next thing 98.7 the beat in Charleston started spinning it, we started booking more paid performances, it was a good time.
And the boys did their thing on that dope Sean Nice beat, Ace Beanz, and 6’6 240 has tag team a lot of beats over the years on almost all our projects, but this one was special, and I remember the vocal recording session going extremely fast, but very efficient.
Most producers when they submit beats for our artist I get a CD with maybe 10-20 beats. Not with Sean Nice, uh uh.
1. He aint submitting nothing, you going to see him.
2. You might leave with 3 beats, and you will have to beg for them, but no more than 3.
3. Everything he plays is bangers, so you really have to listen to everything and make some hard decisions.
Sean Nice is one of the most talented people i have met in my lifetime, period, master level execution in multiple aspects in the performing arts. Hopefully one day he will release some music to the public, because homie can do it all, and makes incredible music.
Our biggest music release ever is the “Gold and Blue” (West Virginia University football anthem), and “WV Clap” was the follow up off the 6’6 240 album “Hard Work and Dedication”, and it took off, and it opened up a lot of doors for us, none of that happens, without Lacy Neff believing in our song. Forever thankful Lacy.-by Monstalung
First time I heard Willz P was when he was recording with Marcus D’tray, and his voice was so soulful, i knew I had some hooks for him to do. Once we started working together we saw we had chemistry on sparking ideas for songs, and ever since, we have been trying to master the art of songwriting. Never knew our relationship outside of music would go in the direction it has, with out a doubt Willie is one of my few best friends. We have been through a lot together, good and bad, and I’m grateful for someone like Willie Pruitt in my life. This is one of those rare times, where the art brought something bigger than music, dont get me wrong, we make great music, but the friendship is way bigger. I chose this video because I think your able to hear what I heard that first day I heard his voice.-by Monstalung
Johnny Harmonic “Leavin” #juneizsoundvizion Day22 [VIDEO]
Depending who you talk too, either Johnny Harmonic, or 6’6 240, they both will say the other one stole this beat. I made the beat and here is how it went down. I been wanting to sample a few things of the Robin Thicke album Evolution, Willz P was chilling with me while I was working in the studio, and Johnny was on his way by just to kick it. I had my brother 6’6 240 in mind for the beat, and explained that to Johnny (who swears he does not remember me saying that), it did not matter, because once Johnny is motivated creatively he cant turn it off. I see him over there writing, soon I hear a melody come out, and Willz P and Johnny over there brainstorming and writing, i couldn’t get to caught up with what Johnny and Willz P was doing because I was concentrating on this dope beat that I’m currently working on at that time. By the time i got done with the beat, Johnny had half the song done, and it was SUPERDOPE, so now I’m caught in the middle and had to make a executive decision, give the beat to Johnny, or save it for my brother (who thinks he deserves everything anyway, artist egos man). Its too hard as a producer / songwriter to come up with great song, and johnny’s song was looking me dead in the face, and I knew it was dope, just had to man up to my brother. My brother was so mad, he recorded a remix of the song anyway (which i have, but has never been released). Johnny and my brother use to be roommates, and they were competitive all the time, in a best friends kind of way, so we at Soundvizion was use to it. They both give me a hard time when you talk about this song, and beat, but I think unconsciously i was the mastermind behind the whole thing, I got 2 songs for the price of one beat. -by Monstalung
Fresh Like Dougie was getting great feedback, 400,000 video views, and picked up by Music Choice TV on cable, everyone was feeling the team joining forces on the same song, so we decided to do a whole mixtape together. This song is off the “Santa & Soundvizion Save Christmas mixtape”. This song “Ah Ok” features 6’6 240, Ace Beanz, A Breezy, and Willz P, and they go in on the Jay Electronica track. Everyone had their own solo projects going on, but we were getting great music from the collaboration songs, we should of gave the “Voltron” idea a little more attention…maybe.-by Monstalung.