October 6, 2016

4 things I learned on day 1 on A3C

1. Hip Hop is no where near dead. The amount of truly talented artists that are grinding their way to the top is endless and they are coming from ALL over the country. I took part in a showcase that had about 12 acts on the bill and they were ALL dope and came from Ohio, Texas, Oklahoma, California, Florida, DC and of course Atlanta. Each act had its own signature sound and repped their region heavily. 2.  Artists need to work on their grind as much as their music. I was the only artist at my showcase with a […]
September 20, 2016

How to land Dope features with an Indie budget

One of the first things new followers and supporters ask me once they hear my music is how I was able to pull off the list of features on my latest album, Vice For President 2: There’s No Tomorrow Til You Wake Up.  It definitely is a strong selling point for the project, and was not easy to pull off. There is a specific way, you as an independent artist should go about reaching out to professionals to be a part of your project. Here goes some game: 1. Do your research – It is critical that you have a strong […]
September 16, 2016


Hip Hop used to be a genre of music that thrived off of its groups. From Run DMC, The Beastie Boys to Tribe Called Quest, EPMD, Wu-Tang, B.O.N.E. and Outkast, groups were the main contributors to the culture. These groups developed cult followings, and consisted of diverse talent. At the top of the millennium it seemed as if the group had become an endangered species in Hip Hop. One group that carried the torch was a trio out of North Carolina aptly named “Little Brother,” because they served as the little brother to the previous tradition of truly great, Native […]
September 10, 2016

@GoinInPodcast Interview with Vice Souletric

During my last trip to Pittsburgh I had the opportunity to sit down with Dave from Goin’ In for a very dope interview. We discussed everything from Lil Uzi to Kanye’s moving stage.
September 9, 2016

Vice Souletric Wins Lord Sear Demo Battle on Shade 45

For those of you who missed or don’t have SirusXM Radio, here is the Demo Battle from today on Shade 45. It was a hilarious time with Lord Sear and CMD out of South Carolina. Can’t wait to do it again next week!
September 1, 2016

G.Huff ft Vice Souletric ‘Be Easy’ prod. Hi-Tek

September 1, 2016

Vice Souletric – “No Tomorrow” [OFFICIAL VIDEO]

Equal parts throwback and modern, “No Tomorrow” is a soulful, undeniable banger from rapper­-producer Vice Soulectric. It also just so happens to be the driving force behind his latest video. Fresh off last Friday’s release of ‘Vice For President 2’ LP, Vice teamed up with fellow Buckeye State resident Ced Lynch for these sharp, stylish visuals. They center on the artist’s hustle, as we catch glimpses of his writing process, sample­chopping skills, and moments in the studio laying down vocal tracks. It’s all in a day’s work for Vice aka “Clark Kent with the dark tint.” But there are moments […]
August 23, 2016
Bills artwork

G.Huff – “Bills” ft. Vice Souletric (prod. Pete Rock)

Ohio has long been an enigma in Hip Hop. Though several legends in music find their origins there, few and far between have taken on the task of placing the state on their back when it comes to Hip Hop. Enter blue collar emcee, G.Huff and frequent collaborator, Vice Souletric. The Ohio natives rep their home state to the fullest on their new exclusive leak, Bills, which is produced by the legendary Pete Rock. G.Huff and Vice effortlessly paint the realistic picture of day to day life as artists, businessmen, and fathers over a raucous and horn laden Pete Rock […]
August 2, 2016

Vice Souletric voted in to perform at A3C 2016!

I want to thank the many fans and supporters who took time out to help me gain the votes to win the official A#C “This Is My Year” Challenge. I will now be performing during the A3C Hip Hop Festival and Conference in Atlanta, GA this year. Oct-5-9. More details coming soon!
June 1, 2016

Vice Souletric – “T.A.M.I.R.” [The American Machine Is Racist]

Ohio Emcee/Producer phenom, Vice Souletric presents, a chilling spoken word piece targeting the issue of police brutality and racial injustice within the borders of the United States. Vice uses the first name of the slain young man, Tamir Rice, as an acronym to bring home his message. “I am from Northeast Ohio so I took this event personally. I have children so empathize deeply with parents who have lost children to senseless violence of any kind. Like all of my music, it may make some people feel uncomfortable, but its the truth.”
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