Really good looking on this info bout project pat,Thank you Qdawg.Qdawg wrote:AllHipHop.com: For the people who don’t know, tell us where you’ve been.
Project Pat: I’ve been in a federal correctional facility.
AllHipHop.com: What is the reason the government had for locking you up?
Project Pat: Well, the government always has their reasons. I got caught with two guns. It was really a cold humbug, you know what I’m sayin’. And how they was trying to portray it was [that] I was some gangsta in Memphis. [Since] I’m rappin’ about gangsta stuff, that made me a gangsta.
AllHipHop.com: So they used your lyrics in court?
Project Pat: Well, they were gonna use my lyrics if I testified. They had the CDs out. I had a copy. The judge had a copy. All that. But to me it was testifying for my own behalf. They said, “If you get up and say anything, we’re gonna put this CD here and it’s a wrap.”
AllHipHop.com: Did you think that was fair?
Project Pat: Nah, I didn’t think that was fair because they were sayin’ that they were gonna show something they call “an affinity for guns” - meaning, because I talk about ‘em so much, it’ll show that I love ‘em.
AllHipHop.com: So what’s in the works now?
Project Pat: Well the plan of action for now is to finish this album, Project Pat the Fed Story: Crook by the Book.
AllHipHop.com: Why the title?
Project Pat: The reason why it’s called what it’s called is because they was tryin’ to portray me as some kind of gangsta. If I was really gonna be a gangsta like that, I’m gonna crook by the book. I’m not gonna rap about the stuff and put the stuff out there like I’m doin’ the stuff that I’m tellin’ folks I’m doing. That’s not being crook by the book, that’s dumb.
AllHipHop.com: So how soon is the album going to drop?
Project Pat: I hear this summer. Sometime like August. That’s what I hear, but who knows.
AllHipHop.com: When you spoke about the South you said seeing it on top made you feel good. Do you think there’s a difference with the way rappers act towards each other down South than up North? Many would say up North folks are more for self. A lot of Southern attribute the South winning right now to their fraternity and unity, do you agree?
Project Pat: I believe because it’s a lot of uncharted waters in the South. I know dudes out of Arkansas, and there’s dudes from a lot of different little towns. I know dudes in Alabama. There’s a lot of different areas that ain’t came out yet. And the South don’t sound exactly the same. You know Texas and Memphis, the music is not exactly the same. I mean it’s all bumpin’, but it’s not the same music. Everybody in the South got a different style. On the East coast New York is the capital, it’s like, that’s it. That’s what you getting and it’s a wrap. I understand that, because New York’s market is so big. New York market is huge. But the South is like-there’s a lot of different areas where people ain’t came out. Like say a dude come out of Arkansas, where the red dirt at. You know Arkansas is the razorback state. You know ‘bout them hogs? I’m waiting on somebody to bump outta Little Rock. I know they gonna bump.
AllHipHop.com: Lastly you said Memphis music is different than Texas music, which is different than New York music. You and Three 6 really helped to define the Memphis Hip-Hop sound so how would you describe that sound?
Project Pat: Memphis got a gutter type sound and you know Memphis is 90% Black and it’s a Soul city. But Memphis music is a dark sound. It’s a gutter sound. It’s dark. So a dude can hear it in Baltimore, and much love to guys in Baltimore ‘cause a lot of Baltimore n***as wrote me. Baltimore n***as is good niggas, and it’s dark in Baltimore. So a Baltimore n***a can hear that sound, and he feel that pain. He feel that gutter and he may have never been to Memphis but he’ll say, “Man it’s like that down there?” It’s just like that down there. And he here’s it and says, “Man I can relate to that. I can relate to that.” And he just clicks in. It’s just like anywhere else. Like Brooklyn, you know what I’m sayin’? Brooklyn hear that gutter and they be like, “Man I feel that, son!” ‘Cause it works vice versa. When Biggie came out, I felt that. I felt that man. I felt that. I mean, you gonna feel that.
Wasen't FIEND with master p's No Limit crew back in the day.If this the same dude,He had a tight azz albulm called ++THERES ON IN EVERY FAMILY.Qdawg wrote:H.C.P (HYPNOTIZE camp posse family) :
members:Lil wyte,project pat,chrome,boogie mane,grandaddy souf,frayser boy,lord infamous..gangsta boo?(missin in action)
3-6 mafia- Dj paul, juicy J , crunchy blak
choices pt 1-3 six
choices pt 2-3 six
the unbreakables-3 six
the most known unknown-3 six
the end-3 six
mystic stylez- 3 six
when the smoke clears - 3 six
world domination- 3 six
crazy in the lazdays-3 six
live by yo rep-3 six
ghetty green-project pat
layin the smack down-project pat
mista dont play -project pat
murderers & robbers -project pat
the mixtape appeal-project pat
chronicles of the juiceman-juicy j
for the summer-dj paul
gone off that bay-frayser boy
me being me-frayser boy
doubt me now-lil wyte
phinally phamous-lil wyte
from me to you-crunchy blak
murder she spoke-la chat
both worlds-gangsta boo
enquiring minds-gangsta boo
straight to the pro's-chrome
das how it happen to'm- by the headbussas(3 six mafia teamed up with a new orleans rapped named fiend)
all i can think of for now but this is the hypnotize records resume so far
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