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Lizzy hype had an interview with northern exposure rapper martino elcasino



This is the third episode of our mega interview with the northern legendary rapper Martino Elcasino (Dan maman patience).

Theme "interactive biography  of Martino Elcasino"

The name of this episode Is titled "Martino's legacy in Lagos"

In this episode you'll get to hear about the legacy, achievements of the Man in Lasgidii "City of dreams reality"

This is how our conversation began!

Lizzy hype: Martino Elcasino you said you stood for so many artistes down here at Lagos.

Can I please know a few amongst them?

Martino: At a point in my house in Lagos, there were 3 artistes from Yola in my house of both sexes. Some from other Northeast states. 

Due to the toxicity of some of the encounters with home-based artists who just wanted to ride on me, I don't wanna call names. I will save that story for some other time. 

The last Yola artist to meet me for an assistance was Maupheen when he came for Olamide's "Who you epp?" competition in May 2016.

Lizzy hype: Wow this is beautiful, did you assisted him?

Cos I had he won.


Lizzy hype: And if you we're the one who stood for him all through till he won, What was the magic that you guys pull which pushed maupheen to win the battle?


Martino: Maupheen came to Lagos as a talented kid with no much experience and knows NOONE but Martino. 

To the best of my ability, I stood by him and shared everything I got with him from the day he came in till he won and redeemed his price. 

After then, I left Lagos and came back home.

Lizzy hype: Wow you're a great man, that was why I said you have a good personality.


But what was the magic behind all you guys pull to make sure he achieved as the winner and of which he did?

Martino: People often talk about this issue out of illusion but it was realistic for us in Lagos back then. Maupheen got shortlisted after an internet poll and was to face 10 rappers that were really more experienced than him.

I had to make him feel like a king to build him psychologically and also hide some of the sufferings of Lagos to keep his spirit lifted. 

I remember hiding one of my side hustles from him so he won't be scared of Lagos. Had to do the hustle so we could catch up with the competition.

He was really talented but not well experienced so we did some "Lyrical Exercises" together and i took him out to rap on Lagos street occasionally before the competition. 

I made sure there was no drugs or even alcohol around us and there was lots of prayers. 

The God factor played and we used lots of psychology to win. 

We really looked too Local and frail to drop what we were spitting outta the mouth. They were caught by surprise. 

We met a tough opponent who forced himself into a tie with us at number 1. The puzzle became tougher cos we were aiming at something beyond the competition's price. 

A lot were lost including the deal I was pursuing but it was a good experience overall.

Lizzy hype: This is something else.

Sir what really came between you and maupheem, cause from this story you guys had a strong bond

We've had a little about these story, that something came up between you and maupheem after you guys left Lagos.

I'll love to hear the clear view of the story from you, so I can air it out to clear peoples doubt out there, Like what exactly is the Clear view of the illusion?

Martino: Around that time in Lagos, I was living under the care of someone that was processing a deal for me. Maupheen's arrival to me was not announced to my host but hosting him was a risk worth taking. If he should succeed, the story for young artistes from our home will change.

People who read the price online didn't look deep into it. It was a colabo (to be produced by Young John) and a Video (to be shot by Mo Musa). It involves no money or signing. 

It was hard to cope as my leverage from my own host seized but we were optimistic and still pushing.

Influence of people back home (who were just seeing things online) affected us as some advisers from Yola interfered in our journey before we could nail a signing. 

Finally, the arrival of some of his friends immediately after he won the competition and while we were looking for how to nail a deal mounted pressure on the whole hustle. 

After we redeemed the price (which Badoo was forced to do in a haste), we lost contact as he moved into deeper Lagos with his friends. 

There were lots of negetive rumours about me in the hood in Lagos after he left and even back home. 

I received calls from people who threatened me over him for God knows what and I never knew where he was. 

Then I got released from my deal for hosting him and all the negative talks about me in my hood in Lagos. 

I never met him to discuss all these in details and it's been 6 years today. Just street talks and fairy tale stories about us on the streets.

Glad he is still out there fighting it hard in the Gidi industry and I feel great for the role I played. 

I wish I had a Tino beside me when I was a young rapper.

Lizzy hype: Martino Elcasino, can you tell us if badoo, gave Maupheen funds as promised?

Also did you stood by him as someone under you as a record deal or just as a brother from home?

Martino: Maupheen was just a younger brother who needed someone to assist him in achieving his goal. There was no deal. I stood by him but his whole price was his own. 

He met me under the care of a label and I never told them he was coming. 

Olamide Never promised any money as part of the price but I believe he still tipped the winners with some money so they could disperse after the video. 

Some sort of pressure might have prompted him to make that decision.

Lizzy hype: Wow, no lie you did well

Talking about your upcoming project.

What inspired you to come up with the title of the project "ME (Martino Elcasino)" ?

Martino: I felt the need to tell the people about ME before I stay more behind the console and less in the booth. 

I feel I have been misunderstood and taken for a threat when my vision is a better future for the youth of the Northeast. 

With a colabo project with some Northeast hiphop greats in view, recording won't stop but I would love this to be my last LP. I really want it to speak volume. 

There may be little presence in artistry here and there but after this project, I won't be too competitive about artistry. 

The project also comprises of different kinds of songs in an attempt to just bring out the music in me. 

By time it's Done, the ME project is expected to touch each and every person.

I would love to do Northeast concert for it then draw the curtains in Yola.

Lizzy hype: Wow can't wait for greatness and sweet melodies.

How I wish you drop it like ASAP πŸ˜„πŸ˜€

Martino: It's still in the pipeline. I made tens of songs and tore hundreds of papers but I'm not done. πŸ˜‚ 

Features are also hard to get.

We'll stop here for today officially the end of the third episode.

The next and more interesting part of the interview is titled "The end of it all"

Anticipate!

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This is the third episode of our mega interview with the northern legendary rapper Martino Elcasino (Dan maman patience).

Theme "interactive biography  of Martino Elcasino"

The name of this episode Is titled "Martino's legacy in Lagos"

In this episode you'll get to hear about the legacy, achievements of the Man in Lasgidii "City of dreams reality"

This is how our conversation began!

Lizzy hype: Martino Elcasino you said you stood for so many artistes down here at Lagos.

Can I please know a few amongst them?

Martino: At a point in my house in Lagos, there were 3 artistes from Yola in my house of both sexes. Some from other Northeast states. 

Due to the toxicity of some of the encounters with home-based artists who just wanted to ride on me, I don't wanna call names. I will save that story for some other time. 

The last Yola artist to meet me for an assistance was Maupheen when he came for Olamide's "Who you epp?" competition in May 2016.

Lizzy hype: Wow this is beautiful, did you assisted him?

Cos I had he won.

Lizzy hype: And if you we're the one who stood for him all through till he won, What was the magic that you guys pull which pushed maupheen to win the battle?

Martino: Maupheen came to Lagos as a talented kid with no much experience and knows NOONE but Martino. 

To the best of my ability, I stood by him and shared everything I got with him from the day he came in till he won and redeemed his price. 

After then, I left Lagos and came back home.

Lizzy hype: Wow you're a great man, that was why I said you have a good personality.

But what was the magic behind all you guys pull to make sure he achieved as the winner and of which he did?

Martino: People often talk about this issue out of illusion but it was realistic for us in Lagos back then. Maupheen got shortlisted after an internet poll and was to face 10 rappers that were really more experienced than him.

I had to make him feel like a king to build him psychologically and also hide some of the sufferings of Lagos to keep his spirit lifted. 

I remember hiding one of my side hustles from him so he won't be scared of Lagos. Had to do the hustle so we could catch up with the competition.

He was really talented but not well experienced so we did some "Lyrical Exercises" together and i took him out to rap on Lagos street occasionally before the competition. 

I made sure there was no drugs or even alcohol around us and there was lots of prayers. 

The God factor played and we used lots of psychology to win. 

We really looked too Local and frail to drop what we were spitting outta the mouth. They were caught by surprise. 

We met a tough opponent who forced himself into a tie with us at number 1. The puzzle became tougher cos we were aiming at something beyond the competition's price. 

A lot were lost including the deal I was pursuing but it was a good experience overall.

Lizzy hype: This is something else.

Sir what really came between you and maupheem, cause from this story you guys had a strong bond

We've had a little about these story, that something came up between you and maupheem after you guys left Lagos.

I'll love to hear the clear view of the story from you, so I can air it out to clear peoples doubt out there, Like what exactly is the Clear view of the illusion?

Martino: Around that time in Lagos, I was living under the care of someone that was processing a deal for me. Maupheen's arrival to me was not announced to my host but hosting him was a risk worth taking. If he should succeed, the story for young artistes from our home will change.

People who read the price online didn't look deep into it. It was a colabo (to be produced by Young John) and a Video (to be shot by Mo Musa). It involves no money or signing. 

It was hard to cope as my leverage from my own host seized but we were optimistic and still pushing.

Influence of people back home (who were just seeing things online) affected us as some advisers from Yola interfered in our journey before we could nail a signing. 

Finally, the arrival of some of his friends immediately after he won the competition and while we were looking for how to nail a deal mounted pressure on the whole hustle. 

After we redeemed the price (which Badoo was forced to do in a haste), we lost contact as he moved into deeper Lagos with his friends. 

There were lots of negetive rumours about me in the hood in Lagos after he left and even back home. 

I received calls from people who threatened me over him for God knows what and I never knew where he was. 

Then I got released from my deal for hosting him and all the negative talks about me in my hood in Lagos. 

I never met him to discuss all these in details and it's been 6 years today. Just street talks and fairy tale stories about us on the streets.

Glad he is still out there fighting it hard in the Gidi industry and I feel great for the role I played. 

I wish I had a Tino beside me when I was a young rapper.

Lizzy hype: Martino Elcasino, can you tell us if badoo, gave Maupheen funds as promised?

Also did you stood by him as someone under you as a record deal or just as a brother from home?

Martino: Maupheen was just a younger brother who needed someone to assist him in achieving his goal. There was no deal. I stood by him but his whole price was his own. 

He met me under the care of a label and I never told them he was coming. 

Olamide Never promised any money as part of the price but I believe he still tipped the winners with some money so they could disperse after the video. 

Some sort of pressure might have prompted him to make that decision.

Lizzy hype: Wow, no lie you did well

Talking about your upcoming project.

What inspired you to come up with the title of the project "ME (Martino Elcasino)" ?

Martino: I felt the need to tell the people about ME before I stay more behind the console and less in the booth. 

I feel I have been misunderstood and taken for a threat when my vision is a better future for the youth of the Northeast. 

With a colabo project with some Northeast hiphop greats in view, recording won't stop but I would love this to be my last LP. I really want it to speak volume. 

There may be little presence in artistry here and there but after this project, I won't be too competitive about artistry. 

The project also comprises of different kinds of songs in an attempt to just bring out the music in me. 

By time it's Done, the ME project is expected to touch each and every person.

I would love to do Northeast concert for it then draw the curtains in Yola.

Lizzy hype: Wow can't wait for greatness and sweet melodies.

How I wish you drop it like ASAP πŸ˜„πŸ˜€

Martino: It's still in the pipeline. I made tens of songs and tore hundreds of papers but I'm not done. πŸ˜‚ 

Features are also hard to get.

We'll stop here for today officially the end of the third episode.

The next and more interesting part of the interview is titled "The end of it all"

Anticipate!

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