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Indie / Hip Hop / electronic Brooklyn, NY  US
Change The Direction
Change The Direction
basshead neorevs tribal mix
basshead neorevs tribal mix
Villain feat Asken - Tribute to GURU (Prod Kesti & Scratch Delight)
Villain feat Asken - Tribute to GURU (Prod Kesti & Scratch Delight)
hear the drum
hear the drum


new york one


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  • Smith III (Artist)
    Smith III
    Hi, Congratulations! Great music! Could you drop by sometime and support or listen to ours? Put A Stamp On It! Smith III
  • Dizzomo (Artist)
    Str8 Dopeness!!
  • CME Entertainment (Artist)
    CME Entertainment
    Wut up homie, that hip hop flava. Nice. Keep gettin it in. Much luv
  • Earth Entertainment (Fan)
    Earth Entertainment
    Hey, Are you available to perform on March 28th @ Sullivan Hall in NYC? I have slots open to perform. This show will be a showcase with the group iPhonic. Check them out at iphonicmusic.com - We are inviting a bunch of major record labels out to watch the show. Hit me up or leave a contact number if you would like to perform. Thanks Troy - 216-240-1937



Sounds Like: Rakim, Guru (GangStarr), De La Soul, A Tribe Called Quest, Benga

Bio: "As the clouds roll in the inevitability of storm is felt. When sparks ignite into flame, one feels the relief of the transition from smoke to fire, that same feeling when the raindrops begin to fall. It is about balance really, a delicate balance between give and take.
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Q: What gave you the drive to become a lyricist? What goes through your head as you step behind the mic right before you let it rip?

A: well i started writing creatively around ten years old. i've been surrounded by all types of music growing up. the first time i kicked a rhyme was in a lirr waiting room at the request of an armed man(no joke he was looking to rob somebody, but i was young and broke). so the next day i started writing raps for future instances. i always keep in mind to stay calm before i get on the mic. if i get too hyper the sound and timing get messed up.

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