Are you having a bad day at work today? Is your work piling up? Is your boss being a complete pain in the ass? If so, this is the track for you.
Everyone has a job that they hate at least once in their life, so here is a song for the masses. Max Burgundy is back at it again with his newest hit “Save Ferris (Fuck My Job).” Featuring The Office theme song by The Scrantones, which is unmistakably catchy, you will be immediately drawn in to what Burgundy has to say…which is a lot.
“Save Ferris (Fuck My Job),” is about to be the anthem of the summer. “Life’s a bitch, sometimes you need to Michael Vick it,” Burgundy raps with both fun and passion, giving the finger to life’s responsibilities. With an incredible beat that will keep the party going into your long awaited weekend off, Max proves to the world (and any ex-bosses) that he is the next big thing in music. He’s already won us over.
Hailing from the streets of the Bronx and now currently living in Brooklyn, Max knows there is no tougher place to work than New York, and he surely has the experience to draw from as he has worked in the restaurant industry. His colorful style goes beyond the boundaries of rap, and truly draws in the listener no matter what their genre of choice is. With long time collaborator KayKay on the Beatz, and a dab of Dr. Dre’s drum loops, “Save Ferris (Fuck My Job)” is ready to take action. Even Ferris Bueller is referenced for those times that you just want to take a sick day. We’ve all taken a couple of those, right?
For anyone who has ever had a job they hated, this is for you. For anyone who has ever had a nagging boss, this is for you. For anyone who has ever hid underneath their desk, this is for you. For anyone who has ever called in sick, this is for you. Max Burgundy is here to help get out the aggression without getting you fired. Get ready to let off some steam.
Multi-talented artist, inspirational speaker, and CEO Thadd Williams' hit single "Center Of Attention" has become one of the hottest summer hits for the ladies. Racking up industry accolades, gaining a large fanbase with his music as well as his organization, "Thadd Williams' Center Of Attention Foundation For Women's Empowerment", is only the beginning for a star in the making.
Opening up for major artists such as T.I., Young Jeezy, Lil Wayne, MC Lyte, Jadakiss, KRS-One, and performing at the prestigious Southern Entertainment Awards (SEA), Thadd Williams has grown accustomed to this lifestyle. Staying true to oneself is Thadd's outlook, determined to stay away from the gimmick artists whose music is played on the airways.
"I think I’m addicted to succeeding. I don’t mean money, but just the respect and love from knowing that my music touched someone," stated Thadd Williams.
With 14 years of entertainment experience, South Carolina born Thadd Williams is humbled by his accomplishments and you can only expect more! Within the next 5 years, you go have to mention Thadd Williams in the top 5 artists dead or alive.
Get in tune with Thadd Williams and watch his video "Center Of Attention", produced by Kokayn and directed by Cristopher "Beanz" Schafer who brought you BET "106 & Park" freestyle champ Blind Fury's music video "Friends Before", at www.youtube.com/watch?v=rmCY0Vk6zg0 .
“We don’t know where we’re going but we sure make a lot of noise getting there!” - so goes the tongue-in-cheek opening to Paul White's Rapping With Paul White, the gifted South Londoner’s first full-length vocal hip-hop project. The album features the bold, moody personality of the UK producer and features a cast of characters including Guilty Simpson, Danny Brown, Homeboy Sandman, Tranquil, Marv Won, Moe Pope, Jehst and even a delightfully peculiar poem from folk singer Nancy Elizabeth. Rapping With Paul White will be released on August 23rd via One-Handed Music.
The first single from Rapping With Paul White features previous collaborator Guilty Simpson. The Detroit heavy-hitter goes in hard over Paul White’s sparse, brooding electronic beat, dropping tales of caution with customary menace. Download "Trust" below and the bonus track "The Doldrums", also on the album, which just might be the finest slice of medieval vocoder hip-hop you’ll hear all day.
"Mic Checka," Featuring Wordsmith (@wordsmithmusic), K. Sparks(@ksparkstv), Rickie Jacobs (@rickiejacobs) and Tese Fever(@tesefever) is the 3rd Single from NU Revolution Entertainment LLC. recording artists Kontact & Black Knight's Mixtape "Eye of the Storm."
It will be released via Coast 2 Coast Mixtapes & Revolt Radio on July 25th, 2011!