PR: Prodigal Son Compilation "Welcome 2 Holy-Wood"
Holy-Wood Records CEO/Recording artist, Prodigal Son has been extremely busy touring throughout the country supporting his Billboard charting album, “Kingdom Swagga-Nomics” as well as promoting the upcoming compilation album, “Welcome 2 Holy-Wood.” The new compilation project, “Welcome 2 Holy-Wood” features theHoly-Wood Records artist roster: Prodigal Son, Cataz, Vell P, Cameron Joy, Bi-Lingo, Wen, Renegade of the King, and Hall of Faith Saints. The album also features guest artists, Canton Jones, Voice, and K-Drama. Prodigal Son said this about the album, “My idea to put this cd out was to showcase a different breed of Christian Hip Hop to the world. Holy-Wood Records is creating a New Era sound and vocabulary to the masses as a whole, and that sound encompasses street savvy lyrics with hard hitting beats and the Word of God presented in a fashion for everyday realistic living in a mode that most people are used to hearing. So anyone that grabs this album will be glad that they purchased it! Listeners will find many songs on this album to vibe to because it’s just that relational no matter what background you come from. “Welcome 2 Holy-Wood” Compilation will be dropping to retail stores on April 26th nationwide through Infinity Music Distribution. Fans can also check out www.youtube.com/holywoodrecords to watch videos surrounding the compilation “Welcome 2 Holy-Wood”as well as keeping up with new artist releases, live performances, and music videos.
In addition to the new compilation coming out Prodigal Son is releasing a new mixtape: Prodigal Son New Era Mixtape Vol. 4: “Killuminati” which features songs that deal with issues about the theory of illuminati, sensitive church subjects, Prodigal Son‘s testimony of how he came out of gang life, and the over-all theme of effectively helping people open their minds to the reality of the world around them today. It will be available as a free download on www.lifelineworldwide.com.
PR: Michael '5000' Watts Presents Big Sid Fixxtape Leaks
Another leak from Big Sid's "Music, Money & Motivation" 'fixxtape'. This one over a classic Atlanta beat. Shout outs to Outkast. The tape is hosted by Michael '5000' Watts and the video to its single, "Felt Right ft. Brian Angel" is coming soon!!!!!!!
MP3/News: The Niceguys - "Ari Gold" Ft. Chevy Lauren
The Niceguys Join Slim Thug, Trae Tha Truth As Only Rappers To Cover Houston Press
Critical Praise for The Niceguys:
"Meet The Niceguys; arguably Houston's best kept hip-hop secret." - Houston Chronicle
"The Niceguys make it evident from the title-track opener of their full-length offering, The Show, that this is not going to be an exercise in frivolous nursery rhymes. There is something very genuine about The Niceguys, whose core aim is to entertain and have fun with energetic hip-hop." - URB
Yves Saint, Cristolph, Free, and DJ Candlestick, otherwise known as The Niceguys, have been putting in work. You may have seen them "Toast" back in January, or maybe you've been keeping up with Yves' guest blogging for SLAM Magazine, but that hasn't stopped the Houston-based foursome from staying busy. With a string of SXSW performances around the corner, The Niceguys have been made the cover feature of leading alternative weekly, Houston Press. The feature, hitting newsstands citywide today, can be read online here: http://www.houstonpress.com/2011-03-10/music/meet-the-niceguys/ .
To celebrate the milestone, The Niceguys are now releasing "Ari Gold," the lead single from their forthcoming project, The James Kelly EP, which will be released for free download this Spring. As the title of the single might suggest, kicking things off is a fiery quote from everybody's favorite asshole, the song's namesake Ari Gold from Entourage. "It's about taking that Ari Gold mentality -- not only being an asshole, but embracing it," explains Free, who also produced the distorted, guitar-heavy track. "It's about using it to your advantage and not being apologetic for any of it."
Playing off the verses, which appropriately incorporate plenty of Yves' now patented, wordplay-heavy brashness, the chorus drives home the song's key sentiment: "Fuck around and get lost in it/ When I say something right, something's wrong with it/ What I need to say sorry for?/ I'm an asshole...Ari Gold!" For an added touch, Yves brings out his alter ego, Chevy Lauren, for Caribbean inflected and his Queens, NY-inspired second verse.