May 22, 2015

Jay Carteré | Jay Cartere |Not For The Radio: The UK Version Of The Breakfast Club?

Not For The Radio is a great new YouTube show presented by Duane Jones aka Vis (Renowned), Posty (GRM Daily) and Chams (Face4Music). They’ve taken the familiar format used by The Breakfast Club in the US and bring us no holds barred interviews from a variety of UK urban artists. I was personally hoping we would eventually have a UK version of The Breakfast Club as I enjoy their interviews very much, and Not For The Radio does a pretty good job of executing that.




They ask the kind of questions that the people want to know, like: Is Lethal B a millionaire? How the hell did Tulisa beat a cocaine dealing case? How does Jammer feel about the Chip Vs Tinie beef? How does Tinchy Stryder feeling about drinking a pigs anus on primetime TV? And much more.

These interviews provide great insight into the UK artists we know and love with loads of entertaining banter.

Below I’ve included all their latest interview with Tinchy Stryder, check out the NFTR YouTube channel for the rest of their videos, enjoy!

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Jay Cartere

Who is Jay Cartere?

It's a long story, but I'm going to make it short because I respek your time...

I'm a producer, rapper, singer and creative entrepreneur from London.

My musical journey started in 2007 when I decide to spit some lyrics to a grime beat... through a laptop.

That's right, no mic or anything - I was spitting DIRECTLY into the laptop cuz.

It's safe to say things have changed since then...

But, that's not all:

The journey has never been easy...I had to put my entrepreneurial mind to work and figure this stuff out.

I taught myself how to record and engineer my music.

I also had to learn how to film and edit music videos.

How to market, promote, sell and build a business.

Poverty gave me the pressure I needed to develop these skills...

Now I'm gonna share those skills with you...

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