imageIndependent music journalist Clarence Fanning was born and raised in Anderson, In. His earliest memories of Hip-Hop started in the 80’s when his oldest sister would bring home 12″records  of Hip-Hop artists such as U.T.F.O, Fat Boys,The Real Roxanne, as well as many others from the local record shop in Anderson. From that point on, he knew that Hip-Hop would turn into something special. His parents then took him to his first Hip-Hop show in the Fall of 1989 which featured E.U., Rob Base & D.J. E-Z Rock, E.P.M.D.,& Biz Markie. An avid collector & concert goer for more than 25 years, Fanning has had the opportunity to interview some of his favorite artist and now writes for a blog called,” Sin-Seer’s World” where he is able to share many of these interviews worldwide….

Past Interviews:

Da Flyy Hooligan

Casual (Hieroglyphics)

Craig G.

“Doitall” from the Lords of the Underground

Illa Ghee

Rob Swift of X-Ecutioners



Killah Priest



Neek the Exotic

Large Professor

Willie the Kid

The “Real” Rick Ross

Frost Gamble

Tha God Fahim

Pugs Atomz

Kwest Tha Madd Lad

D.J. K-Cut of Main Source

Dankery Harv of Frank -N- Dank

Bronze Nazareth


Boldy James

Conway The Machine


Vic Spencer


Guilty Simpson

Thirstin Howl III

Dominique Larue

Hakim Green of Channel Live


Young Roddy

Zo the Jerk