Ladies, gentlemen, children, after four weeks of singles today I'm releasing my debut album titled The Arrival. I brought along Skyzoo, Emilio Rojas and Reks over production from King I Divine and Customary.
While he anxiously awaits the OCTOBER 15 debut of his already-acclaimed mass incarceration concept album, JIMMY'S BACK, five-time Grammy nominee DICE RAW of the Legendary Roots Crew, drops off some new music to keep the fans satisfied.
Elmira, NY rapper Ca$h Cow presents the self-directed music video for his new song "Love Hate Thing" where he raps over the Wale beat of the same name. Roc Nation singer Sam Drew provides the hook. “I got the name Ca$h Cow from one of my friends, who said 'you're big like a cow but you like to get money, and not necessary illegally," says Ca$h of his stage name.
After years of gigging, writing and producing over 3 countries and even more genres, he finally brings together a collection of music which very accurately describes the man behind the name. From being a young menace and getting grounded, to a grown man's perception of modern government and society, the album is both maturely thought out and written, yet performed with a childlike, care-free attitude. A great first step to take, and one that will surely leave a massive footprint.
Christopher Stevens, Better known by his stage moniker "Megamegaman" is somewhat of a veteran in his own right. A welsh native now residing in Glasgow, his career in music thus far has been nothing short of extensive. Before adopting the alias of Megamegaman, he was a main contributor to Welsh group Convioi Exceptionnel. During his career with Convoi, he toured Wales, received Radio support from the likes of BBC Introducing Wales, and Introducing Scotland. Besides radio play they also held strong support slots for Cery Matthews of Catatonia and Nik Turner of Hawkwind among many others. Their "hip/folktronica" journey eventually led them to perform on Welsh TV show Bandit, showcasing them to the country that built their solid foundation. Convoi eventually went there seperate ways which lead Chris back into his hip hop and electronic roots, this is where he adopted Megamegaman. By infusing Hip Hop, Electro and 8Bit, in an energetic, playful, yet forceful and piercing sound he earned himself a MTV Brand New nomination, a SNMA nomination for best electronica (for his debut ep Style To Burn), a support slot for the mighty Jaguar Skills aswell as sets at Nostock and Gotwood Festival. Now Chris focuses more on the hip hop side of his music after signing to Subfriction Records. He now holds a debut LP under the same heavy belt of accomplishments. After all he has done, this is only just the start.