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“God-Des and She are a female Hip-Hop duo that breaks the mold of what a female rap group is supposed to be. They are two white women with an urban sound from Madison, Wisconsin. Their music mirrors their personality--you can't put them in a box. God-Des and She are Hip-Hop, Soul, Dance, Pop, and more. I spoke with the group recently about the release of their third album appropriately titled, Three. See interview at: http://www.examiner.com/x-14684-HipHop-Music-Examiner~y2009m12d15-Review-GodDes-and-SheThree”
“DX News Bits: Wale, God-Des and She Entirely produced Brian Hardgrove, who has worked with such artists as Public Enemy and Aerosmith, Three will provide listeners with the groups’ organic blend of lyrical skills and catchy, soulful hooks. Their new records will also be featured on various MTV shows through a lucrative licensing deal. God-Des and She’s Three will be released on G&S Records. Track listing is below: 1. Love Machine 2. Respect My Fresh 3. What Would We Be 4. Blue In The Face 5. Radio Up 6. Drum Circle 7. Spin The Bottle 8. Get Your Bike 9. Great Big World 10. Change ”
“Three Boasts Big Hooks, Production From Legendary Brian Hardgroove Hip-hop/pop/soul duo God-des and She released their third album, Three. Produced entirely by Brian Hardgroove of Public Enemy fame, the album was released on November 3, 2009 via G&S Records. God-des and She have always been unique- a female hip-hop/soul duo whose sound varies as widely as their subject matter. With their third album, appropriately titled Three, God-Des (the rapper) and She (the singer) now embark on a journey to cross over from substantial underground success to the mainstream. In making that transition, the group has managed to both hone their existing sound and expand into an eclectic mash-up of other styles, including hyperactive dance music (“Drum Circle”), all-American rock (“Change”), anthemic electro (“Radio Up”), and feel-good, windows-down pop (“Get Your Bike”). Get the rest of this article at http://www.hotindienews.com/2009/11/16/1014528”