ROT 020 The Chef, Emcee and Ghostwriter music and interview with DisMost - Rappers Over Thirty

Episode 20

ROT 020 The Chef, Emcee and Ghostwriter music and interview with DisMost

In this episode: Imp plays music and interviews the veteran rapper “DisMost”. The unsung “Good Life” open mic venue emcee. DisMost wrote “24 Hours to Live” for Eazy E, has a song with Too Short and has toured with Ras Kas. He optioned out of signing with Dr Dre and Suge Knight and has been affiliated with DJ Bobcat. When things got hot for Puff Daddy in Los Angeles he was the chef at bad boy’s secret mansion

In 2020 DisMost dug into the vaults and started putting out music which inspired a renaissance with multiple projects, releases and music videos. He’s on the cusp of some futuristic music promotion and distribution. He’s a family man with a wife and two sons and now resides in the Dominican Republic.

The songs of the day are:

“Badder Than Bold” by DJ Jason Jump, Dismost and Akil the MC

“Where You From” by DisMost 

“Veterans Day” by DisMost

“Toca De Queda” by DisMost

“Sak Pa Se” by DisMost

The quotes of this episode are:

“Even when I was close to defeat I rose to my feet” - Dr. Dre

“Once “a year, go somewhere you have never been before. - Dalai Lama

For more information on “DisMost” and his music, videos and merchandise visit his official website


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Steven Laws

My name is Steven “Imp The Great” Laws, I’m a rap music producer (By Any Means Music) and a filmmaker (From Rap To Film). I’m an accomplished rapper/emcee and novice filmmaker, and I enjoy cooking. I’m 57 years old and I’ve been rapping since age 13. I’m a well-known underground emcee in Los Angeles, as I’m from the “Project Blowed” and “Good Life” open mic venues. In the 1997 “Rap Olympics” I won one-round-out-of-two in a rap battle against Eminem. Although we split rounds he was declared the winner (go figure).

I’m also the founder and host of “The Rappers Over Thirty Podcast” (R.O.T). I started the podcast to support, network, and help build the fanbase for rappers over thirty. I believe the “Rap is a young man’s game” philosophy is a conspiracy that falls in line with the "Willie Lynch Letters”. The (R.O.T) podcast is open for healthy discussions with those who agree or disagree with “Rap is a young man’s game”. - Imp The Great