You already know. The usual quality with the unusual presentation, it is my honor to invite you into a pleasant blend of hip-hop and poetry, ALMOST rivaling the smoothness of the beverages Marlee's Coffee and Tea is known to provide. We are going to have an amazing time in Marlee's living room, and it is my pleasure to have your ear. Sincerely it is. Join me in celebrating the publication of my new book, 'Zero Divided By Zero Equals', and the album R3dSw0rd, circulating digital waves, nations, barbershops and cornerstores for more than a years time.
This is the premier Radio Industry Mixer, debuting not only the return of A-T-Elle Radio, with Angela Carswell and Reggie Love, but the revolutionary NGTVZRO. Celebrate rich music and culture, and the dissemination of thoughtfulness and truth through television and radio waves.
Sounds Like: Pharoahe Monch, Eminem, Common, Canibus Music
Bio: NGTVZRO, also known as 'NZRO' or simply 'Z', is the love-child of golden-age hip-hop nostalgia and poetry. Z is a dangerous MC; supplied with the energetic productions of Wino Willy from Air Haze and Farfetched, the music reaches for the heights of lyricism and diversity.
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“Having recently released his premier poetry and hip-hop anthology, 'Zero Divided By Zero Equals', Z has steadily toured a variety of locals throughout Atlanta, most notably the High Museum of Art, in which he freestyled/improved several minutes of verse using words generated from an audience of some 300 individuals. Appearing on the docket with Soul Food Cypher at the High's 'Culture Shock' experience, he and the SFC family headlined the respected museum's event. At his feature at Marlee's, one can expect the far-above-the-bar freestyle that Z is known for, coupled with some soul-finding spoken word and poetry from his 100+ page anthology. Considered by many to be one of the greatest freestyle artists in the city, he has recently picked up another instrument to add to his arsenal--the guitar. Capapble of playing it and freestyling simultaneously after only a week of handling the instrument, his performances have become even less predictable. - See more at: http://www.prlog.org/1220685”