MC G.L.O.B.E. : 'it is the common denominator that brings us all together as one'

We were fortunate enough to interview MC G.L.O.B.E.


1. When did you realize you had a passion for music?

I realized I had the passion the music the first time that I heard it as a child at home. I loved to dance and sing along and watch my parents, family and their friends have a good time.


2. Who are your main Inspirations as an artist?

I have many but the mainly it would solo artists that broke out of groups. I've always been fascinated with instrumentals... jazz, rock and roll, classic rhythm and blues, house, freestyle, techno, Hip Hop WorldMusic Etc


3. What would you like to achieve as an artist?

As an artist I would like to continue to achieve the status of being able to reach people and to entertain them with lifetime experiences through muic and motivate them to be loving, kind and peaceful with one another enjoying the gift of life. Introducing new styles of rap which I call (MC Poppin) new sounds and melodies


4. What was the most memorable moment while being an artist?

The most memorable moment while being an artist what's hearing my song on New York City radio and then being able to perform it before thousands in the hottest clubs in New York such as the Fun House, Roxy Copacabana, Roseland and many other City Civic Centers all over the United States.


5. Who is the biggest artist you've worked with?

The biggest artist that I ever worked with is Harry Belafonte. I served as a rap counselor for the movie Beat Street and also appeared in the film (Roxy scene) with Afrika Bambaataa & the Soulsonic Force. I have a song on the soundtrack and majority of the songs that I wrote where in scenes throughout the movie. Play that beat Mr DJ., Looking for the Perfect Beat , Renegades of Funk and Planet Rock. I have been on tour with many different celebrity artist throughout my career in different countries.


The Gap Band, Rodger Troutman Zapp, Ashford and Simpson , Rick James, New Edition, Edgar Winters, Two Sisters and Jenny Burton, Arthur Baker, Maurice Starr to name a few. Busta Rhymes, Common, The Sugarhill Gang, Grandmaster Flash and the Furious Five and many more. rat Mania at the Apollo Madison Square Garden, Rockefeller Center, Avery Fisher Hall, Rockefeller Plaza, Webster Hall and many other locations all over the world.


6. Tell us about your recent project.

My recent project entitled Universal Groove is an EP that’s released on The 13TH Highest Music Group Label. consists of three songs , Universal Groove, Shush Hutta I Tut, and a spin on my original classic hit , Play it Kick it !.


7. What should we be looking forward to from you in the future?

In the future you should be expecting books, collaborations with other artists, more music appearances, communication with the masses on different platforms, (both visual and audio) environmental awareness, motivational speaking Hip Hop seminars and lectures.


8. Is there anything else you would like to tell your readers?

Yes...THANK YOU!!!! Music is universal..... it is the common denominator that brings us all together as one Use it to motivate, and to keep peace. I appreciate the opportunity to continuously address the masses.... your support is very much appreciated. Sincerely, Master John B. Miller Jr. aka MC G.L.O.B.E.