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PR: Wes Wes Releases Hot Single "Drop It Low"
Posted by Steve Juon at Saturday, March 26th, 2011 at 5:00AM :: Email this article :: Print this article

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PR: Wes Wes Releases Hot Single "Drop It Low" News Wire: Connecting new music to music media.



FONTANA, CA - 3/24/11

Hot hip hop artist Wes Wes continues to make phenomenal music. Despite setbacks Wes Wes continues to press on and make high quality music bringing the “heat.”

Wes Wes, a California native, brings revolutionary and head nodding music to a much needed music industry. Starting at the age of 14, Wes Wes began to craft his skills. Listening to artists ranging from Run DMC, Beastie Boys, Rakim, Big Daddy Kane, and N.W.A inspired Wes Wes to pursue music. Attending Crenshaw High school Wes Wes became a known MC, moving the crowd, with the group “Miscellaneous.” With music coursing through his young veins Wes Wes began his music career.

Wes Wes is no rookie to the game. Early in his music career he was signed to Dr. Dre’s AfterMath record label under the group “Miscellaneous.” He appeared on track 7, “As the world keeps turning.” Next, he signed with a indie record label Uniq Records where he dropped his album “In My City.” From there Wes Wes went underground. He created a massive following, which lead to the creation of his record label Heat Rock Entertainment.

The first album, released by Wes Wes on Heat Rock Entertainment’s “The World Premiere” is now available on iTunes. Throughout his career, working with artist such as Dr. Dre, Xzibit, Black Eyed Peas, and others has groomed Wes Wes into a phenomenal MC. His ablum is designed to make you dance, sing, and bob your head. “At Heat Rock Entertainment the music speaks for itself,” says Wes Wes and once you listen you’re sure to agree.

“Wes Wes is a talented artist. His music is banging and you can listen for hours on end,” says James Moore Chairman/CEO of MooreSuccess Inc. “I’ll definitely grab his CD off iTunes.” Be sure to check out Wes Wes on social networks like Twitter, MySpace, Jango, and ReverbNation.

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