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EXCLUSIVE TEASER: Fast-Rising Producer "IGot20OnMyBeat"...

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EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW: Taylor Gang's Super Producer "TM88" Collective "Crash Dummy Record's" Own "SLO MEEZY"...

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"SLO MEEZY"!

Let's get into some exclusive questions...


STANDISH: You recently helped produce "SUPPOSED TO BE LOVED" featuring DJ Khaled, Lil Baby, & Future, how'd you land this incredible project?

SLO: Dj Khaled has been working with Crash Dummy a lot so it was one of those ideas that we worked our magic on and brought to life.


STANDISH: You recently helped produce "Dead Last" featuring Rick Ross, Meek Mill, Vory, & Fabolous, tell us more about this one & where the inspiration came from...

SLO: The inspiration came from my producer bro’s B March & KidWonder. Kid is a very talented pianist so it was of those days when everyone was locked in but we didn’t want to go the Trap route with the sound. Meek Mill’s engineer Mackey hit us up for a pack that same day and the rest is history.


STANDISH: You recently helped produce "Peace & Love" by Wiz Khalifa, can you tell us more?

SLO: That was a fun record to work on. Tm88, Mac, Sid & I around that time talked about working on other genres a lot. We ended up connecting with Wizzle and ended up with the inspiration to go Pop. The process was like learning on the job but the end result amazed us.


STANDISH: You recently helped produce "KEEP GOING" featuring DJ Khaled, 21 Savage, Lil Durk & Roddy Ricch, can you tell us more about this record?

SLO: This song actually came as a surprise to us. It was a beat we made after cooking up for like 8 hours so we were burnt out lol. TM almost skipped over the melody but Me & Moon was like “nah bro pull that melody up”. Tm started on we finished it not thinking too much about it. Eventually Khaled worked on it then “Keep Going” was born.


STANDISH: Being under Taylor Gang & Super Producer TM88's "Crash Dummy Records" group, what does it feel like knowing you have a great team behind you?

SLO: It’s a dream come true and honestly made all of the long nights and uncertainty worth it. Crash Dummy as a whole is phenomenal. I have a team of some of the best producers in the industry and a staff that cares about us. Crash Dummy is more of a family to me. We’re creating memories and making history together.

STANDISH: If you could work with one artist, who would it be?

SLO: Kanye West. As an artist & co-producer.


STANDISH: Tell us a little about your overall mission, Slo Meezy –

SLO: I want people to feel good and enjoy music again. I’m old enough to have grown up in the 90’s and heard songs from different eras that I still listen to til this day and love. Bring back good vibes and energy to the world.


STANDISH: Out of all the projects you've done thus far, what's been your favorite?

SLO: My favorite is Dj Khaled – God Did. That was my first major placement with Crash Dummy that went on to go Gold and become nominated for Grammys, BET awards and a few others. I’m truly grateful to be a part of that.


STANDISH: How old were you when you first realized you wanted to do what you do today?

SLO: I can’t remember my exact age then but I was in 9th or 10th grade. I was in the band the entire time I went to school but I ended up with “Fruity Loops” back then and it took over my life, more so in a good way. So I feel like I’m meant to be here doing music.


STANDISH: Where do you find your motivation to be great?

SLO: I want to leave a legacy and positive impact on Earth. Even if it’s not with Music. And I have a gift so why not share it with the world and inspire others.


STANDISH: What can we look forward to in the future from you?

SLO: More placements, more hits, more plaques, more wins, more life..


STANDISH: Where do you see yourself in 5 years from now?

SLO: 5 years from now, I see myself as a Grammy Award Winning, Diamond, producer, Philanthropist, Author, Astronaut, President. Really whatever I put my mind into becoming. I dream big.


STANDISH: Being in this crazy busy industry, what does Slo find a relaxing day as?

SLO: I like learning new things. I may learn something simple but it’ll fascinate me. It also keeps my mind off of the things I can’t control.


STANDISH: Who are some of your mentors?

SLO: I can say Tm is honestly. He’s like a big bro and a Coach. I feel like I can call myself an actual Music Producer thanks to T.


STANDISH: During COVID, we all faced struggles, what was one of your main struggles?

SLO: I don’t talk about this much but right before the COVID lockdowns, I was going to sign to Future but life happened. It was hard to focus on the music at that time but the music and connections I gained during that time are priceless. It made me stronger.


STANDISH: What advice would you give upcoming creatives like yourself?

SLO: There are no rules to Music Production. Just make it sound good. A mistake can turn into a hit record. Your worst beat can be your biggest hit. Dream big.


STANDISH: Where can fans find your beats?

SLO: They can find my beats either in the studio or when a song releases. I’m trying to be more exclusive these days.


STANDISH: Anything you'd like to include?

SLO: S/o to the SoufSide, Clayton County. Crash the World!


STANDISH: What are your social links?

Slo Meezy IG: https://www.instagram.com/slomeezybeatz/

Crash Dummy IG: https://www.instagram.com/crashdummyinc/?hl=en

Slo Meezy ‘X’ page: https://www.x.com/slomeezy/

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EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW: Taylor Gang's Super Producer "TM88" Collective "Crash Dummy Record's" Own "SID"...

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"SID"

Let's get into some exclusive questions...


STANDISH: You recently helped produce "SUPPOSED TO BE LOVED" featuring DJ Khaled, Lil Baby, Future & Lil Uzi Vert, how'd you land this incredible project?

SID: Dj Khaled had hit up TM88 to work on a sample. The sample came from the song “P.Y.T.” by Michael Jackson.

TM then went ahead and got the 3 of us (Mac, Slo & Myself) to work on the sample with him. We didn’t expect

Dj Khaled to put Lil Baby, Future & Lil Uzi Vert all on one record. It was definitely a shock, but exciting to see the outcome of the song.


STANDISH: You recently helped produce "Dead Last" featuring Rick Ross, Meek Mill, Vory, & Fabolous, tell us more about this one & where the inspiration came from...

SID: The beat was actually started by a fellow producer, friend of ours, B. March. With the help of another producer Kid Wond3r, they were able to lay down the foundation of the beat. This beat had an emotional, story telling vibe, so I wanted to keep that same feeling throughout the beat with the elements I added.


STANDISH: You recently helped produce "Peace & Love" by Wiz Khalifa, can you tell us more?

SID: With this project, we took more of an Indie Rock/Pop type direction. At the time we were working on a lot of Indie, Alternative Rock beats. Experimenting with new sounds, really just expanding our music production into different genres. This beat in particular was one of my favorites to work on.


STANDISH: Being under Super Producer TM88's "Crash Dummy Records" group, what does it feel like knowing you have a great team behind you?

SID: It feels great to be a part of such a talented collective. Each producer on Crash Dummy has their own unique sound. So it’s great to be able to collaborate amongst them. We really feed off of each other. And of course, it’s a blessing and honor to get to work alongside TM88. He’s a great leader, innovator and inspiration to say the least.

STANDISH: If you could work with one artist, who would it be?

SID: I have several artists that I’d like to produce records for; Drake, Rihanna, Kanye West, Post Malone, Arianna Grande, Dua Lipa, Bruno Mars & SZA.


STANDISH: Out of all the records you've done thus far, what's been your favorite?

SID: My favorite record so far that I’ve helped work on is “Red Moon” by Lil Uzi Vert. We knew the beat was something special before Uzi had even heard it. We were sitting on it for months and ended up sending the beat to Uzi later on in the year. He dropped the music video on Christmas Day, 2023. And released the single on all platforms a few days later. This record was what the world needed from Uzi. Anyone can relate to this song because there’s such a universal message being told.


STANDISH: How old were you when you first realized you wanted to do what you do today?

SID: I didn’t start making beats until I was 21, but I’ve always had this love for music, even at an early age. My late Mother showed me a lot of different types of music as a child. Daft Punk’s “Homework” was the first album my Mother ever gave to me when I was 7 years old. So her showing me such a diverse collection of music really plays a big part in my music production.


STANDISH: Where do you find your motivation to be great?

SID: My main motivation to be great is my Son. God is another motivation of mine. Also my friends and peers who I work closely with.


STANDISH: Where do you see yourself in 5 years from now?

SID: In 5 years from now, I hope to have fulfilled some of my goals. Working with top artists, changing the sound of music. Being a big influence to other producers. And continue to create hit records with Crash Dummy.


STANDISH: Being in this crazy busy industry, what does Sid find a relaxing day as?

SID: Spending time with my son. Kicking back and binge watching movies and shows. Learning new ways to advance my music production skills.


STANDISH: Who are some of your mentors?

SID: My mentors would have to be TM88 & my manager, friend, Spiiker. They’re actually best friends. They both have given me knowledge about how this music industry works, from the good and bad. I really value everything that I’ve learned from them.


STANDISH: During COVID, we all faced struggles, what was one of your main struggles?

SID: I was laid off from work during that time. So that kind of put me in somewhat of a struggle. The good that came out of it was that I was able to put more time into making beats. I ended up getting signed to Crash Dummy during COVID. So everything ended up working out in the end.


STANDISH: What advice would you give upcoming creatives like yourself?

SID: My advice is to be as creative as you can and have fun with it. Get out of your comfort zone and try to create something you’ve never done before. Always think outside of the box!


STANDISH: Where can fans find your beats?

SID: You can find all of the records I produced, along with upcoming records on my IG page.


STANDISH: Anything you'd like to include?

SID: CRASH THE WORLD! C$D


STANDISH: What are your social links?

Sid IG: https://www.instagram.com/csd.sid/?hl=en

Crash Dummy IG: https://www.instagram.com/crashdummyinc/?hl=en


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EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW: Entertainment Veteran "Bill Perry" Talks "Home Alone 2", "Predator 2", "Hook", Rob Schneider & Much More With Standish...

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"Bill Perry"!

Let's get into some exclusive questions...

STANDISH: You play the "Subway Gang Leader" in 1990's "Predator 2", can you tell us more?

BILL: For the Subway Gang, they were looking for stunt performers who had acting experience. I started as a stage actor so I knew I could do the acting…but I wasn’t sure they’d see me as a gang member. I was kind of a pretty boy back then and I am pretty short. I looked like I was more likely to get a Calvin Klein ad than a gang member. I was auditioning with a VERY rough-looking guy. I felt like there was ZERO chance that I’d get it, so I really just concentrated on having a solid audition and hoped the casting director would remember me. We had a lot of fun with it. I didn’t realize the director, Stephen Hopkins was in the room too. He thought it was very funny that the gang would be led by this tiny little guy.


STANDISH: You worked on Wes Cravens "The People Under The Stairs", can you tell us more? What was it like working with Wes & doing his web development?

BILL: Wes was a very nice guy. I actually did three different shows for Wes Caven, including my first-ever union job working on a Disney TV show. Wes did a lot of work outside of just horror films!

Wes was like a kid in a toy store with all the actors and technicians creating the scenarios he imagined. He enjoyed shooting the films a lot. He was usually very relaxed and seemed to really enjoy creating scenes he knew would shock, startle, or scare the audience.

When I got older and stunts jobs were harder to come by, I went into web development. Wes was looking for a web guy so he hired me and we worked together for a few years. He gave me full creative authority to create whatever I thought would be cool. That was a big deal for me because the site was so successful that I got recognized in the industry for that site and it led me to much bigger and better things. I owe Wes for two HUGE career firsts.


STANDISH: You worked on "Nightmare On Elm Street 3, 4, & 6", can you tell us more?

BILL: Being a smaller guy, I got a lot of work doubling for teen-age characters. In the 80’s there were A LOT of horror films and they dice up teenagers! At the time I thought all my work would be forgotten before long. As it turns out, they’re pretty much the most remembered of all the work I did.

I was Ira Heiden’s (Will Stanton, the Wizard Master) double (in Nightmare 3 for the scene where he fights Freddy and he gets chased down by the “wheelchair from hell”.

In Nightmare 4, I was Andra Jone’s double. Andra played Rick and I did some karate stuff for him.

In Nightmare 6 I did the opening sequence where Freddy is part of a “Wizard of Oz” nightmare and Shon Greenblatt is thrown out the window of his house into Freddy’s front yard.


STANDISH: You did stunts for 1987's "The Lost Boys", can you tell us more?

BILL: I doubled “The Coreys” for a couple of films back then. Lost Boys was awesome because it was so cool and edgy and fun. As vampire movies go, it really holds up to the test of time. I still watch it whenever it’s on.


STANDISH: You did stunts for "Home Alone 2: Lost In NY", what was it like being on set with Rob Schneider in the 90's?

BILL: Rob was HUGE back then! Not physically, of course..but he was on Saturday Night Live and was a very big deal. I did the scene where he and Tim Curry are chasing McCauley Culking through the plaza. Lots of fun!

STANDISH: When you worked on set of "Hook", did you get to meet Robin Williams? If so, what was that experience like?

BILL: “Hook” was the most elaborate production I ever worked on. The sets were HUGE!. It was a Spielberg show, so you knew everything was going to be bigger and more. Acting out being a lost boy attacking a pirate ship?!?! What could be more fun?

The scene I was working on was strictly stunt guys, so I never got to meet any of the actors.


STANDISH: You worked on 1988's "Elvira: Mistress Of The Dark", can you tell us more?

BILL: Elvira (Cassandra Peterson) was so funny. This was a step up for her from her TV show and she wanted it to be a fun spooky movie. I got to double Ira Heiden again (from NOES3) so it was fun to work with him again. 


STANDISH: What's it feel like to be apart of the "Star Trek" legacy?

BILL: Star Trek (the original series) was a favorite show of mine growing up and it was kind of up in the air as to whether a new series would be accepted by the hard-core fans. It was a very slick, high-budget show for its time. I believe each episode had a $1,000,000 budget, which was unheard of back then. I got to be the stunt coordinator for an episode which was a huge honor. I was so disappointed to find out that Wil had grown about 6” over the course of the year because it meant I couldn’t double him anymore!


STANDISH: Out of all of your work, what's been your favorite project thus far?

BILL: My favorite project would be a toss-up between “Predator 2” and “The Return of the Living Dead, Part 2”. Predator was great because I got to see myself as me, instead of doubling someone else. It was a big-budget production. I got to meet and work with Bill Paxton, Kevin Peter Hall, and Maria Conchita Alonzo. So much fun. I really felt like my career was going somewhere when I did that film.

The Return of the Living Dead, Part 2 was great because I got to be a zombie!! As a stuntman, a zombie is great because you don’t die after the stunt… because you’re already dead. I got to do lots of stunts and the cast and crew were having a lot of fun making it.


STANDISH: Tell us a little about your overall mission, Bill -

BILL: My mission then was just to work. Anything. Anywhere. I wanted to do solid work and live out my dream of being in movies. I was very blessed to do exactly that. That’s pretty rare in life.

These days I’m finding that the fire to create is just as intense as ever, which is kind of a surprise. I thought I’d be chilling by now!

I had a horror book I wrote published last February and its sequel will be published in February of this year. I never dreamt or imagined I’d write anything, much less have it published, but here we are!


STANDISH: How does it feel to be such an inspiration in the Horror community?

BILL: I really enjoy meeting people who enjoy my work It’s great fun, but I take that very seriously in that I recognize how fortunate I was to have the opportunities I had in my career. I got to work with some of the best the industry has ever seen. How can you not feel grateful for that? When people admire the films I’ve been in, it means a lot and I love to tell them stories and background information they can’t get anywhere else. If that inspires them…well then I’m doing my job to pass the torch.


STANDISH: What can we look forward to in the future from you?

BILL: I’m hoping to write more. Horror is tough for me to write because I find that I have to DEEPLY imagine the story character by character, scene by scene; which means I have to go to some dark places and create some very disturbing stuff. To write it well means I have to “feel” it vividly enough that I can describe it clearly and in a way that the reader feels it as well.


STANDISH: Where do you see yourself in 5 years from now?

BILL: I’m hoping that my stories will make it to the screen someday. I try to create characters that the viewer cares about enough that you feel the emotions and tension and fear that they experience in the story. To see that on a screen would be yet another dream come true


STANDISH: Who are some of your mentors?

BILL: Wes Craven of course! I would interview Wes every couple of weeks for the website and we’d talk about how he viewed story writing and it’s impossible to escape that influence.

I’d have to give credit to some of my teachers and acting coaches. Learning how to create a piece of art that affects others is very individual, but great teachers helped me to discover how I could capitalize on my gifts and talents to create from my unique perspective.


STANDISH: During COVID, we all faced struggles, what was one of your main struggles?

BILL: I need an audience!!! Creating for no one is completely unsatisfying. Fortunately, by writing I learned about “delayed gratification”. Seeing reviews on Amazon and Spotify, or hearing from a reader about the book is like getting the audience's reaction in smaller batches for a more extended time. It’s different, but still awesome!


STANDISH: Where can fans find your work?

BILL: My first novelette is called “By His Hand” and it is published by Red Cape Publishing. The second novelette is “Out of His Mind” and it comes out in mid-February 2024. You can buy the paperbacks or digital versions on Amazon, Barnes and Noble, and Godless Books. The audiobook versions are on Audible, Spotify, Google Play, and pretty much everywhere! Being novelettes they are very short (about one hour each).

You can find both books on the Chilling App. Chilling is like Spotify for scary stories and short movies. It’s AWESOME and you can even listen for free (with ads).


STANDISH: Anything you'd like to include?

BILL: I’m starting to make guest appearances at horror conventions. I’ve booked a few this year already and hope to do more. I’ve had professional make-up artists and costumers recreate the screen-accurate mask and wardrobe from “Wes Craven’s The People Under the Stairs”, so if you see me at a show stop by!!


STANDISH: What are your social links?

Instagram:

@webscraven or @williamrperrystunts

Web: https://williamrperrystunts.com

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EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW: Taylor Gang's Super Producer "TM88" Collective "Crash Dummy Record's" Own "Macnificent"...

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"MACNIFICENT"!

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STANDISH: You recently helped produce "SUPPOSED TO BE LOVED" featuring DJ Khaled, Lil Baby, & Future, how'd you land this incredible project?

MACNIFICENT: I gotta say, God’s Timing & TM88! Lol


STANDISH: You recently helped produce "Dead Last" featuring Rick Ross, Meek Mill, Vory, & Fabolous, tell us more about this one & where the inspiration came from…

MACNIFICENT: S/O to B March & Kid Wonder who initially sent over the keys, in which we added other elements around those keys that gives you all the complete sound for the production you hear today for that song.


STANDISH: You recently helped produce "by the pound" by Destroy Lonely, can you tell us more?

MACNIFICENT: This one is the funniest story! Lol this was a song that Me, DJ Moon, TM88, & Slo Meezy did earlier in the year. We were just producing a bunch of good vibes throughout the year & it was a beat that got picked later down the line. However when it came time for the trackouts, none of us could find the last version of the beat! It definitely had Me & Moon stressed out in a world of panic!!! I just remember sweating looking for these files that I couldn’t find so the pressure was on getting the files so we don’t miss out on the placement! Long story short, I remember what sound & VST was used at the time of making it & I was able to go back in & add my parts in the same exact way it was in the missing file we couldn’t find. I had to reward myself with a hot bath while staring at the wall in disbelief! Lol


STANDISH: Being under Taylor Gang & Super Producer TM88's "Crash Dummy Records" group, what does it feel like knowing you have a great team behind you?

MACNIFICENT: It's a very SURREAL feeling! Not only producing great music, but building a bond with the team as a whole! Getting familiar with other familiar faces within the industry as well. Team Work Makes The Dream Work!!!

STANDISH: If you could work with one artist, who would it be?

MACNIFICENT Right now I would definitely have to say The Weeknd! Lol.


STANDISH: Tell us a little about your overall mission, Macnificent -

MACNIFICENT: My overall mission is to not only inspire others but to continue to be a well oiled machine to inspire myself as well! No matter your age, I feel when you’re Dedicated, Determined, & Disciplined, that a lot can get accomplished when you’re focused on the goals at hand!


STANDISH: Out of all the projects you've done thus far, what's been your favorite?

MACNIFICENT: I would say as a collective of the things i’ve created, ALL OF THEM ARE MY FAVORITE! All of them have a story in some type of way that has helped pull the passion & inspiration of what's been put into the production. Whether it has been a good or bad time, during the time it was made, it has helped be the driving force in what you hear in each song.


STANDISH: How old were you when you first realized you wanted to do what you do today?

MACNIFICENT: I think like… 24! Lol I’ve always been a lover of music & started out wanting to rap first. S/O my big brother C. Logan for that one! I couldn’t find anyone to make my beats though!! So my brother told me, “Make your own beats!” And as I progressed producing, I became more interested in producing than wanting to rap! Lol.


STANDISH: Where do you find your motivation to be great?

MACNIFICENT: Prayer & just being surrounded around the right team! Also just everyday life! The people, places, & things of wanting better for myself & others around me have played a great role in that.


STANDISH: What can we look forward to in the future from you?

MACNIFICENT: To keep the world on the edge of their seats with exciting production to be played decades down the line. Longevity & Innovativeness!


STANDISH: Where do you see yourself in 5 years from now?

MACNIFICENT: 5 years down the line I want to see myself still helping build what we started at Crash Dummy. Not only for myself & team, but for the next generation of opportunity for producers.


STANDISH: Being in this crazy busy industry, what does Macnificent find a relaxing day as?

MACNIFICENT: Relaxing day for me? Hmmm… just knowing how crazy things get within the industry, coming home to my family after the chaos! Lol that definitely relaxes me as well as replenishes me to take on the day with ease!


STANDISH: Who are some of your mentors?

MACNIFICENT: God, My Family, TM88, My Team Members & All the great producers who came before me that’ve tremendously helped shape the sound of music!


STANDISH: During COVID, we all faced struggles, what was one of your main struggles?

MACNIFICENT: I’m from Memphis, so covid was a CRAAAAZY time here! Lol used to own a hookah lounge out here & during the time of covid of course the city was heavily enforcing “Social Distancing”. They would only allow 10-15 people in places at a time so of course that wasn’t enough people to keep the business running. Just to show you how on time God’s Timing is, I got a call from TM88, Tomy, and Dre Black (separately) about my Crash Dummy contract and if I was still interested. I mean… OF COURSE I WAS!! Lol so I took my career more seriously & well… HERE I AM TODAY! But to shorten this story, God has everything worked out for you even when you don’t have it worked out for yourself. All you need is Prayer & The Faith Of A Mustard Seed & His

Will Shall Be Done!


STANDISH: What advice would you give upcoming creatives like yourself?

MACNIFICENT: Your friends, family members, & people you don’t even know will doubt you & try to tell you to do something else because they think you will be better at other things. But always believe in yourself if you are for certain this is the path you want to take. It is a very committed path & though things will get rocky on this journey, that just lets you know you’re headed in the right direction! The same people that counted you out will be the same people telling you how proud they are of you for continuing. Don’t commit just for monetary or material purposes because that will all come with it, but commit to what you’re doing because you truly love what you do!


STANDISH: Where can fans find your beats?

MACNIFICENT: On all streaming platforms.


STANDISH: Anything you'd like to include?

MACNIFICENT: I just want to use this section to give thanks to God, My Family, My Friends, My Team, My Fans & last but not least, Thank You for this opportunity to interview me to help others get to know my story & journey through the songs produced!


STANDISH: What are your social links?

Macnificent IG: https://www.instagram.com/macnificent74/?hl=en

Crash Dummy IG: https://www.instagram.com/crashdummyinc/?hl=en

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EXCLUSIVE TEASERS: Taylor Gang's Super Producer "TM88" Producer Collective "Crash Dummy"...

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@Macnificent74 - Grammy-nominated, multi-platinum producer based in Memphis 

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EXCLUSIVE TEASER: Guinness World Record Holder "Donald Gorske" Has Eaten 34,000+ Big Mac's Today! (2024)

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EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW: Recording Artist "FRE$H" AKA "SHORT DAWG" Talks "YMCMB", Mentors, Upcoming Projects & Much More With Standish...

Standish913.com has been blessed to do an exclusive interview with...

"Short Dawg" AKA "Elvis Fre$hley"!


STANDISH: Sup Fre$h? Standish here, we've both came far in this industry since we first met back in 2010 in the 913! I salute the hustle mane! Here's our throwback picture...


Let's get into some exclusive questions...


STANDISH: You're most known for being featured on "Me & My Drank" with Lil Wayne, what was the studio atmosphere like when recording this track?

SHORT: I don’t think that’s what I’m most known for but it is a hood classic! A lot of lean was poured in that session, think that was the first time I drank a whole pint.


STANDISH: The people want to know, are you still signed with Young Money?

SHORT: No, we never came to terms with the contract negotiations. Still my niggaz doe!


STANDISH: Tell us about your overall mission, Fresh -

SHORT: To stay true to self, keep this playa shyt alive and restore the feeling of lyricism being the focus since it’s become a lost art.

STANDISH: Where do you see yourself in 5 years?

SHORT: Still creating dope music with the people I enjoy working with. Definitely more accolades and accomplishments under the belt. Fully staffed companies and investments paying off living between somewhere in the hills and out the country.


STANDISH: Who are some of your mentors?

SHORT: There’s a few people that blessed my game from Dj toomp, Jermaine Dupri, Nelly, Russell, Street Lord Juan, Wayne, Tit, Pimp C (long live Chad Butler) 50 cent just to name a few.


STANDISH: In your eyes, what is your biggest accomplishment to date?

SHORT: Staying consistent not getting caught up in what everyone else is doing and still being able to deliver quality music that keeps me constantly working with the best artists and producers in the game.


STANDISH: What are you currently working on?

SHORT: I just turned in my album “Refreshments” and I’m 90% percent done with my follow up project “Created Playa” in between all that I’ve been writing for a few artists out of Bollywood working close with Amrita Sen to shape the sound they’re bringing to the states. More recently bacc n forth from LA to Dubai workin wit YE & Ty $ on the new projects they got coming as well and my acting career has been progressing as well.


STANDISH: Where does your motivation come from to be great?

SHORT: My passion for music and competitive to be the best version of myself in whatever I set out to do.


STANDISH: During COVID, we all faced struggles, what was one of your main struggles?

SHORT: Sitting still. I spent a lot of time traveling then even tho shyt was shut down I still got to see more of the world than I had prior to.


STANDISH: Where can fans find your music?

SHORT: I’m on all the DSPs just type Fre$h make sure u include the “$” I’m pretty active on social media @imfreshdoe on IG twitter or X @elvisfreshley


STANDISH: What are your social links?

SHORT:

IG: @imfreshdoe

X: @elvisfreshley

Snap: fuhcwitfresh

TikTok: @imfreshdoefficial

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Thanks so much for your time! If you'd like an exclusive interview with Standish, please email:

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EXCLUSIVE TEASER: 2009's "My Bloody Valentine" Own Richard John Walters AKA "The Miner"...

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EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW: Kemper Kill Leatherface "BRETT WAGNER" Sits Down With Standish For An Exclusive Interview...

Standish913.com has been blessed to do an exclusive interview with...

"BRETT WAGNER"!

Brett Big Schwag Wagner has been in the entertainment industry for 30 years with over 100 TV and film credits he is a jack of all trades. From comedy to thrillers to iconic horror movies. Brett is well known as one of two actors to play Leatherface in the 2003 remake of Texas Chainsaw Massacre. Brett has had roles on Sons of anarchy to Hannah Montana and was the voice and fill in host on the #1 rated show Monster Garage for 6 years and 90 episodes.


Let's get into some exclusive questions...


STANDISH: You began to play "Leatherface" in 2003's "Texas Chainsaw Massacre", but got injured & replaced after the Kemper Kill scene, can you tell us more?

BRETT: I got hired to play Leatherface which was a dream come true. About two days into filming I got heat stroke filming the Kemper Kill scene which tightened up my back which made it so painful to slam that door shut . And 3 days after they had me replaced with Andrew. Probably would have taken a full week to heal so the replacement was understandable.


STANDISH: With that being said, you gained the "Lost Leatherface" title, is this something you're proud of?

BRETT: Over the years folks did not know there was another actor who played leatherface in the movie so some of the fans started calling me the Lost Leatherface. I find it very humbling that folks acknowledge me as part of the Leatherface family..


STANDISH: How does it feel to continue the "Leatherface" legacy?

BRETT: For the longest time I didnt even talk about my part in the franchise but as the fans started to contact me I started to enjoy chatting with them about the movie and my experience. And now 20 years later I love carrying on that tradition at conventions and appearances.

STANDISH: You're known as "The Big Schwag" from your work as the announcer on Discovery's hit TV show "Monster Garage", tell us more about this & how you got your nickname...

BRETT: I got the name The Big Schwag when I was doing a stint in the pro wrestling world as a manager.. When i got offered the job as the voice of Monster Garage on Discovery Channel I decided to try and keep the big schwag name and try to brand it... Monster Garage was a very important show for me in my career...


STANDISH: Out of your 100+ iMDb credits, what's been your favorite project?

BRETT: 30 years of acting and over 100 tv and movie credits has left me blessed to have worked with some amazing actors and directors. Some of my favorite would have to be The Crazies in 2010.. JOhn Dies at the End and getting to work with Director Don Coscarelli and of course Sons Of Anarchy,,, And a movie I just shot in 2023 Desert Fiends..


STANDISH: Tell us a little about your overall mission, Brett -

BRETT: I am turning 56 on December 31st so Im hoping that I get to continue acting in to my later years. It's a transition of course as you get older but I love to work with new upcoming talent and of course with friends.. I am still a fan of acting and when I get to work with folks I admire it its amazing.


STANDISH: What can we look forward to in the future from you?

BRETT: I love working with new up and coming directors like Shawn C Phillips and C.J Vecchio and of course I would love to work Damien Leone .. 3 amazing directors that keep raising the bar in our business.. The Evil 3 and Desert Fiends are 2 movies I have coming out in 2024 and I am excited to start filming a few movies Im attached to called Skate to Hell and Midnight Maniac...


STANDISH: Where do you see yourself in 5 years from now?

BRETT: The next 5 years as I get older and my look changes I hope to start playing different characters besides just big brutes and Killers.. I love comedy and improv and I think that will be where my acting goes.


STANDISH: Who are some of your mentors?

BRETT: I started acting because of movies Like Night Of The Living dead and Dawn Of The Dead .. Mix in Phantasm and some classics like On The WaterFront and Cool Hand Luke and you can see why I love this business. Some of the people I look up to now are actors Like Robert Patrick, David Howard Thornton, Bill Moseley and David Morris...

But I am all over the place as a actor and voice-overs for reality tv shows so yah never know where I will show up on your screen or radio.


STANDISH: Where can fans find your work?

BRETT: You can find me all over social media:


Facebook: Brett Big Schwag Wagner Lost Leatherface


Instagram: @thebigschwag


Website: Bigschwag.com


God bless


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Thanks so much for your time!


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