January 2013


As I began my interview with Mic Dubb, I was personally curious about the name, “Mic Dubb “ he explained to me that he had the name for years and got it from one of his boys back in the days. His boy J Ish started calling him Dubb, for “W” and the name just stuck like glue. I continued to chop it up with him and wondered how it was coming up in Gary, Indiana a city that is known for being the birthplace of the JACKSON 5, and high crime. Mic Dubb explained that it is a crazy place and can be rough at times, and that he has seen a lot of craziness in the streets. The population may be small, but that is the exact reason why the crime rate is so high. He mentioned that he always tried to stay positive despite the conditions of the city around him.

Mic Dubb went on to explain to me some of his influences in music, though the list is long, some of the stand out names were: The legendary 2 Pac, Biggie Smalls, Jay-z (from his hustlers standpoint), 8Ball and MJG, and OutKast. Some of his RNB influences are: Al Green, Curtis Mayfield, Marvin Gaye, and R Kelly. These are definitely some of my personal favorites, so I knew that we had a connection. I wanted to know about some of his collaborations and he said that he has worked with some regional artists such as: Fitz Fonzarelli, B Lang, Bido, Curt Crack, Mr. Mr. No Love, and Blazed to name a few.

As a writer, he has written music for: Willie North Pole (from Phoenix, AZ) and a few other teams from his area. He also says that he perfects his craft for people who simply like good music. He writes for everybody from, hustlers moving 100 bricks to the regular Wall Street Joe.

Mic Dub mentions that he is grinding, banging out mixtapes and is doing shows to eat. He is also looking for new producers with new sounds to record with. He mentions that his angle in the game is simply, to be himself. From the way that he dresses to the way that he talks, he’s just himself and that is exactly what the game is missing. Good people making good music, and that the essence of rapping is to be yourself. He just happens to be a cool ass dude that knows how to rap. He also says that he doesn’t try to impress people, but definitely tries to give his fans what they are looking for, and is not trying to perpetrate a tough image with a big ego.

So, check out Mic Dubb on his social media accounts and follow this man as he makes good music. “The 911 Mixtape” is dropping on January 29, 2013 and Double album dropping summer 2013.

Michael James Williams (Born October 27, 1983), also known by his stage name Mic Dubb, is an independent Midwest rapper, song writer, and producer from Gary, Indiana. Though most people recognize his home town as the birth place Michael Jackson, Mic Dubb grew up in a different era of the once highly industrial city. Crime started to rise and the steel industry declined as the city fell apart. Seeing the future of the city, and what could potentially become Mic Dubb’s, his father decided to send him to a visual and performing arts school at the age of 14, rather than his home school, which may have saved his life.

Since a kid Mic Dubb always had a strong interest in music, from live instruments to rapping. His older brother played live instruments, and rapped as well. When Mic was about 4 years old, his big brother used to teach him verses and have him rap them in front of his friends whenever they came over to the house. Everyone was so impressed at the fact he was able to remember the lyrics and say them so clearly at such a young age. Mic was constantly inspired to perfect his craft. At the age of 12, Mic Dubb started to write his own songs and record them in his bedroom with only a stereo and two blank cassette tapes.

At the age of 16, Mic Dubb joined a group called Daily Krusifixion under the name N-finity. The original members were The C.R.U.K., KC The Profit, Criminal Coop(now known as Coop Cosa) and Killa Kain(now known as Kris Styles). A self titled album was released by the group in 1996. Shortly after, the name was changed to Out Of Order, and new members were also added. The group released 4 Studio albums and several EP’s, and was well known in the city for their unique production and subject matter.

Mic Dubb Later went on to do solo projects as members of the group went their separate ways. He has released 4 solo albums that have solidified him as a real lyricist, and made a name for him in his city as well as a few other places throughout the country. Mic was also featured on the original version of the hit single “Midwest Girls”, an anthem for the ladies of the Midwest region which received a nice amount of radio spins for an artist with no record deal. A remix to the song was later released with a different roster of MidWest Artist.

Name: Michael Williams A.K.A Mic Dubb
Born: October 27, 1983 Gary, Indiana
Genre: Hip Hop
Occupation: Rapper, Song writer, Producer, Engineer

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Stay Updated On Laws

It’s always very economical and wise to stay on top of your local and state laws. For example, a vast number of people drive. Driving laws change quite frequently unbeknownst to the drivers. Also, I would like to mention but go into detail later on… Your owned vehicle is never really owned by you… nope!


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First and foremost: me, my family, and supporters would like to thank E2W Magazine for the platform to voice my injustice. Freedom has never been given by the oppressor minus the hard work, and dedication of a person who refuses to be held hostage.



The impact of returning to prison after serving 16 ½ years for a crime I was, and am innocent of, is tremendous. Where do I start? Being the rock and glue of my family, I immediately took charge of my position when I was freed. I wasn’t the only one who was permanently scarred from my wrongful conviction, my family suffered badly also.

Our healing process started the day I was released. In the short period of time I was home, I tightened my family bond that was shattered by the Justice System. The feeling of coming home from work to my wife, going to dinner at Big Mama’s house (mother) with my brothers and sisters, taking my mother shopping for her birthday, bringing her gifts for Mother’s Day, my kids, going out with my wife, speaking to trouble youth and speaking with other: men and women who were also wrongfully convicted at speaking engagements was priceless.

So, after the above and much more, returning to prison, and still is like living a re-occurring nightmare. I feel the pain double fold due to being through this wrongful imprisonment once, and being freed only to be back to endure it once again. If I was weak minded, and didn’t have the blood of our ancestors running through my veins, I wouldn’t stand a chance.

My family and supporters is crushed by this ordeal but, being through this once before, they have first hand knowledge of what’s necessary to support me mentally and emotionally. Let me not leave out friends and my fellow comrades, and my N.Y. and PA. Legal Teams. This has hit everybody extremely hard. What can I say? My situation has pulled my support system together tightly.

To say the System is prone to mistakes is an understatement. My reason for saying this? When someone’s conviction was strictly based on: ‘faulty’ Eye Witnesses, (Brady-violation) a coerced confession and (Ineffective Counsel) just to name a few out of many, and the Judge don’t grant relief or when he or she does grant relief, the Prosecutor still prosecutes knowing it was an injustice.

That’s intentional, not mistake. When DNA clears a person, the duty of a prosecutor should be to immediately ‘halt’ the prosecution as an, Officer of the Law. Not all prosecutors are corrupt, but the one’s that are is “the Deep Rooted Cancer” in the Justice System that is responsible for ‘Wrongful Convictions’. And as I always say, if you intentionally caused a wrongful conviction, not only should you never be able to practice Law, you should be ‘prosecuted’.

Upon filing for Re-argument with the, U.S. Supreme Court, my case was ‘Remanded’ back to the, Third Circuit Court of Appeals (the Judges who freed me). Due to the U.S. Supreme Court not allowing my attorneys the right to submit briefs or oral arguments. Not only did they make an error giving me a charge I never had, they made a mistake of basing their decision to ‘Reinstate’ my conviction strictly based on a Brady violation witness. This Brady Violation was clearly established in the Federal District Court in 2008. You would of thought that the U.S Supreme Court would of reviewed the record. Not in this case. “The Pain Within”

To Society,
My personal view on my husband, Lorenzo Johnson’s Wrongfully conviction and what it done to the family.
Wrongful convictions has a huge impact on all parties involved. How is it ok to keep people in prison for crimes they didn’t commit? It’s an injustice that affects peoples lives tremendously. My family and I have suffered for far too long because of this.

One of the hardest things I have ever had to do was watch my husband return to prison after five (5) months. He had already given the state of PA. 16 ½ years of his life for a crime he didn’t commit. Our children couldn’t understand how or why this was happening again! How could I explain this to them when I didn’t fully understand how something like this could take place.

I remember thinking how much could one man take? Was he strong enough to keep fighting for his freedom (a second time) or was his energy going to run out. I thought about our financial situation and how I would have to take care of us again. I thought about the system and how foul they really are. How could they come into my world and take all I had in a blink of an eye.

I cried for days feeling like they tore my heart out. I couldn’t eat or sleep, not to mention gained a lot of grey hairs.
A lot of extra spending we were doing also had to stop. I now had to make sure I had collect on my house and cell phones so he could call. Had to make sure I was able to order his food packages when he was allowed to have them. Also to make sure that I could get to PA. to see him as often as I could, living 2/12 hours away from the prison isn’t always that easy between: the price of gas, tolls, maintenance to our car and making sure he’s fed on the visits takes a hit to our savings.

It’s emotionally devastating as well, I love seeing him, but my heart breaks when it’s time to leave him there. He knows how bad it hurts me so he calls as soon as I get in the car to comfort me for my ride back to N.Y.. I totally agree with the saying, “if you do a crime, you should do the time”, but to keep an innocent man in prison for almost half his life, let him out, and bring him back, is: “Cruel and Unusual Punishment”.

I try to remain positive, but honestly have lost faith in the justice system. Wondering, “will they ever do what’s right? Are they willing to say we made a mistake not only once, but twice? The children ask all the time, “when is he coming home” The only answer for them is, “soon I hope” Although Lorenzo is the one behind those walls living this nightmare, we are all suffering and I will continue to suffer until justice is served!

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Thinking back into time, it was apparent to me who an individual was that played a pivotal force in DMX’s career, and the RUFF-RYDERZ. It is the familiar, DJ Superior. I remember him from building #34 in Emmett Burke Gardens, also known as Mulford Gardens. I remember him staying in the basement apartments in the back of the building across from the laundry room. Upstairs on the fourth floor lived my aunt, (Raw Rome); Jerome Enders lived below us on the third floor.

Speaking to Superior gave me more insight into his career and personal growth. As we spoke, Superior mentioned that he was currently on the road with one of his partners (Chef daddy OG), and they were on Warburton Ave., in Yonkers, New York. He also mentioned that he was getting ready to get a slice of Pizza from Nigel’s Pizza place. Nigel’s is familiar to me, because I once lived in the area. It was located next to the famous School #12. Nigel’s was the place where you could get a slice of pizza and a soda for a $1.00 back in the day.

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Throughout time, the public has been fascinated with stories detailing perceived shady business practices of long time friends, turned successful entrepreneurs, but also becoming “bitter” rivals on the opposite sides of the coin. Try to understand the penetrating impact of assisting someone of which you were instrumental in creating a multi-million dollar career for.
The name may have been overshadowed by the success of this said friend, but the credit has been granted. However, money and opportunity had not been dispersed properly according to some. Whichever way the reader decides to interpret this scenario, the results remain the same.
DJ Superior, known to fellow Yonkers, New York natives affectionately as a solid stand up man. In the same vein, demoralized as a bitter DJ/Producer and the one time comrade of a very successful franchise brand and artist.
Superior has been silent for years about his personal role he has played in: creating, molding, and developing the careers of some of your a-list performers. But, something does not add up. Pesos.

How long have you been in the Game?
I’ve been in the Rap game since about 1990, 1991.

Who were some of your influences coming up as a youth?
Some of my influences were and still are: RUN-DMC, LL COOL J, Donald Trump, and Hulk Hogan.

What’s your position in the industry?
I’ve always been a d.j. and continue to be one, But I am the CEO of MOST HATED ENTERTAINMENT, much like Wakim of the RUFF-RYDERZ

What are some of your current projects?
I’m working on, HUSTLE ENTERTAINMENT with CHEF DADDY O.G., projects with MS. BEY THE GODESS and recently assisted in the completion of a VH1 documentary on DMX, and I have also completed a book about the both of us.

How do you stay relevant in the Hip Hop game?
We are worldwide and I have artists in almost every town; I have the IN-THE-MIXX radio show going on; I just stay busy. We stay grounded and down to Earth. When you become a part of this team, you become family. “I want to say, out the gate, that I do not want to disrespect the RUFF RYDERZ.”

We just got M.H. models and were doing a DVD called, “Straight out of Yonkers” We have a Women’s forum that helps women learn how to become entrepreneurs and we also continue to work with the youth. We stress helping the youth and showing them how to get their lives together.

If you want the world to get to know each other, then you have to open the door for other races and ethnic groups. We are all in the same boat. I have personally donated a Gymnasium for the youth in Yonkers at School #12 in Yonkers. I continue to help the youth in any way that I can. It is about respect and a deal with everyone the same.The world is divided; Most Hated is taking it to the next level.THE SAGA CONTINUES…Part 2 coming soon…

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