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Jay Electronica, RADIx, EDO G, Esoteric at 4th Annual Unity Fest
Posted by Emanuel Wallace at Saturday, May 15th, 2010 at 2:15PM :: Email this article :: Print this article



RADIx performing live 5/15 @ Boston UnityFest w/ Jay Electronica, EDO G, 7L and ESOTERIC and many more. Please come out to support this event.

Where: Paradise Rock Club| 967 Comm Ave, Boston,Ma
When: Saturday 5/15/2010
Doors@ 7 pm | 18+ | $25 | 617.562.8800 or thedise.com

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Starting out as two randomly selected roommates, Quite Nyce and Seek formed a rap duo, RADIx, and went on to form a successful career. Since their formed bond,. they have released over 12 projects on their self-funded record label Abstrak Recordings, toured throughout Europe 3 times and toured the USA countless times. They officially formed RADIx in 2003 and have continued to be supported independently to reach their fan base directly. They received critical success with their debut album “The Staple” (2006), which featured Mr.EON, Akrobatik, Insight, DJ JS1, and Mista Sinista. RADIx has been featured on MTV2, URB Magazine, Performer Magazine, Elemental, and all major Massachusetts newspaper publications.

In 2008, singles from RADIx’s album debuted on Fox. RADIx, isnow set to gather even more success with their second studio album. They have enlisted one of the top producers in the game, Statik Selektah, to produce the entire album. Their debut single from the album “The Return” has already been featured on major hip hop sites such as 2dopeboyz.com, Nahright.com, and Kevinnottingham.com. Renewed motivation to get the type of acclaim they feel they deserve has already launched RADIx back into the spotlight.

In 2010, RADIx will cement themselves as one of the best groups in the game. They both know that it will take hard work and dedication but that is nothing new to a group that started in a dorm room in 2003 and went on to perform in front of hundreds of thousands of people thus far in their career.



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