HH4YN presents "BEATKRATE" A monthly sonic display of local and national BeatMakers in the DFW area and beyond. Each BeatMaker does a 15min set of their beats using their chosen setup for the evening. MC's, Videographers, Filmakers, etc. can get a chance to network and or purchase beats from BeatMakers of the night or selected makers of the night..Further info TBA ....
Dielex Kemposed Celebrates 6 years of doing music/shows and BDAY bash for Spewcataclism/SirKuttaDufrane/Dj Spell... 21+ NO COVER Doors: 9pm Show Starts: 10pm Special Performances by: Dielex Kemposed MINE+US Hologram Dagger Grimp GreyMatter Anetix Muenster RjTreekiller+ F.T.Dub+FantomFangs X.E.L. OHH Centrifik on the Tables...w/special guests TBA Sounds provided by: TSK Sound...
NO COVER! LIVE ON STAGE: X.E.L. OHH, MALIGNANT, FORT NOX, BIG HAUS, STREET FAMOUS SOLDIERS, & ROMIO NO E $3.50 CROWN, JACK, ALL WHISKEYS AND FLAVORED VODKAS
Sounds Like: Biggie, 2pac, Jay-Z, Ice Cube, Rick Ross
Manager: DogSoldier MGT
Bio: The world is about to witness what it's been missing from Hip Hop for a long long time... GOOD MUSIC!!! If you live in the DFW TX and haven’t heard of X.E.L. (XTRA ENHANCED LYRIST) then you need to come from under that rock. X.E.L. is a talented artist that talks about real situations that people...See Full Bio
“My favorite thing about working this mixtape is it really allowed me to dig in the crates and break samples and loop out original beats. (check site for whole write up http://iamdahitman.blogspot.com/2010/08/xel-9ds-mixtape.html) Peep Uzi’s cadence and delivery too – dead on for the Busta Rhymes cadence and I loved that. Between the breaks and all the cuts laid in these tracks there must be somewhere around 50 various samples and breaks in just 14 songs. “No More Trash Can Music” is the only original production piece of this mixtape. This mixtape is a celebration of the Golden Era of Hip-Hop and I love that X.E.L. put so much work into bringing the songs back for a rebirth. My top pick from the mixtape is “Definition of a Monster” because X.E.L. ripped that lyrically. Make sure you listen to the skit at the beginning and end of “No More Trash Can Music” too. Classic.”