DamTrig, nicknamed trigga when i was a youngin, one day people kept going damm Trig when I was freestyling, and it kind of just stuck, random I know, but its about the music and less me, Im from Lawrence Ma, southside Beacons, caught up in the hood but this is something I wrote when I took a break from everyones opinions and just left the haters where they are, its a peaceful track, Anyone who has haters who still watch they every move can relate on that time they get to spend to themselves leaving them behind, please take a listen, thanks for your time, MUCH APPRECIATED!!
“Above The Sky” is produced by Digi+Phonics/TDE producer, Willie B. This is the first installment of the upcoming "Hennessy Diaries" album Apollo will be releasing in November. Also, tomorrow (Wednesday Oct. 31st) tune into BET's 106 & Park at 6pm and check out Apollo The Great who will be in "The Backroom".
Hip Hop Icon KRS-One Live on Stage at Malone’s Bar and Grill in Santa Ana, California
Courtesy Sebastien E.
Los Angeles, CA, November, 2012 – Front Page Entertainment Group (FPEG) and Malone’s Bar and Grill in Santa Ana, California, present legendary Rap artist KRS-One live on stage Sunday November 4, 2012. Special guests include Lucky I Am and friends. Organized by FPEG, the entertainment company renowned for launching the careers of many 90’s rap heavyweights, This show will give Santa Ana the best that Hip Hop has to offer while shining a spotlight on up and coming talent.
While KRS-One is in the studio gearing up for the release of a new album in March 2013, he still makes time for fans craving quality rap shows. Simone G. Parker, CEO of FPEG says, “Classic Hip Hop artists aren’t always given their proper shine. We want to give fans what they’ve been missing in terms of great Hip Hop performances while giving new acts an opportunity to receive exposure.” Sebastien Elkouby, publicist for FPEG adds, “It’s important that dedicated Hip Hop fans have venues and shows that cater to their taste. We’re fortunate to partner with a venue like Malone’s that understands that idea and is willing to give Santa Ana rap fans an unforgettable night of incredible Hip Hop.”
This event takes place at Malone’s Bar and Grill, 604 E. Dyer Rd., Santa Ana, CA, 92705. Doors open at 9 pm. Showtime starts at 9:30 pm. To purchase tickets, go to iamkrsone.eventbrite.com. For more information about the show, email Sebastien@FrontPageEntertainmentGroup.com.
Find KRS-One on Facebook at facebook.com/therealkrsone or Twitter at @IAmKRSOne.
12) Bully Rap feat. Realm Reality (prod. The Alchemist)
13) By The Way feat. Torae (prod. Evidence)
14) Battering Bars feat. Pumpkin Head (prod. Beat Butcha)
15) The Hardest Ni**a Out (prod. Beat Butcha)
Bonus Tracks (iTunes Only):
16) Haraam (prod. Team Demo)
17) I Remember feat. Freddie Gibbs (prod. Statik Selektah)
18) I See (prod. Quelle Chris)
Sean Price Reporting Live From Hurricane Sandy:
Sean Price reporting live, on the day of his Mic Tyson album release, from Canarsie Pier in Brooklyn, NY to give his fans a first-hand glimpse of Hurricane Sandy. High winds aside, Mic Tyson is OUT NOW. Fans can purchase at all major retailers (Best Buy, FYE, iTunes, Amazon, Mom & Pop Record Stores and more)
KRS-One Releases New Song in Light of Increasing Environmental Instability
Courtesy Sebastien Elkouby.
Los Angeles, CA, November 1, 2012 – With millions of people across the Eastern Seaboard affected by Hurricane Sandy’s destructive force, Hip Hop icon KRS-One responds with a powerfully informative song titled “Disaster Kit”. With this song, KRS-One gives listeners tips on how to survive natural and man-made disasters over an ominous piano loop and hard hitting kicks and snares produced by legendary Hip Hop Reggae artist Mad Lion.
Moved by the tragedy that is still unfolding across the United States, KRS-One says, “This is an opportunity to show the world what Hip Hop is capable of. Obviously this project isn’t about raising money or making money. This is purely about knowledge and survival; I truly hope the world benefits from these words.”
According to KRS-One, the intention of “Disaster Kit” is to get the Hip Hop community mentally prepared for increased environmental instability. “By memorizing the lyrics of this song, you at least prepare yourself with a mental checklist against natural and man-made disasters.”
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