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All the way from Raleigh, NC comes the super cool duo Actual Proof. Signed by Grammy Award winning producer 9th Wonder, this tandem is known for precision lyricism over classic boom-bap production. Their catalogue is extensive with full-length digital releases like Talented Tenth and Still Hotter Than July. To add to their performance, they have their newly released Black Boy Radio album lead by the feel good single "All The Way" which features DMV-bred, nationally known crooner Raheem DeVaughn. With the charisma to interest hip-hop heavyweight 9th Wonder and experience sharing stages with the likes of Talib Kweli among others, this is no show to miss! Show up for Actual Proof!
Come See Actual Proof Perform Live at UNCG NAACP Black Arts Festival on April 20th!
Tune into WKNC 88.1 NC State Radio for a live interview with Actual Proof!
Sounds Like: Little Brother, 9th Wonder, Slum Village, The Roots, Black Star (Mos Def & Talib Kweli)
Label: Jamla, It's A Wonderful World Music Group
Bio: Emcees Enigma and Sundown form the group Actual Proof: Based out of Raleigh, NC signed to Grammy Award Winning Producer 9th Wonder’s Jamla Label, they are sure to remind you that the term “feel good music” is very much still relevant in today’s current musical landscape. We now have Actual Proof ...See Full Bio
“Actual Proof obviously have similar feelings about the figurative and literal power of radio waves to shape a life. The collection of sounds they’ve put together for their new album, Black Boy Radio, serve as the soundtrack to the life of a young boy growing up in Raleigh, North Carolina, a concept that gives an already deeply layered album an additional layer of complexity. Though their styles are distinct, like Mayday’s recently released album, Black Boy is part of a growing hip-hop movement dedicated to swimming against the current and making long-lasting music at a time when we measure life in minutes, not years. There’s still classically-oriented music being made, you just have to look outside your radio dial to find it.”