REMYND FEATURES HIP HOP LEGEND KOOL G RAP ON LEAD SINGLE “SAVIOUR” AND MUSIC VIDEO (@REMYNDER @THEREALKOOLGRAP)
(Miami, Florida) – Puerto Rican Hip Hop artist, Remynd features the legendary hip hop emcee, Kool G Rap on his lead single entitled “Saviour”. The single is seeing success on the college radio circuit as well as the Internet. Jessica Weber of Co-Sign Collective, is handling radio servicing and has reported that “Saviour” is #3 Most Added on CMJ Hip Hop, as well as debuting on RapAttackLives.com and RapNetwork Record Breakers charts.
The official music video for “Saviour” was shot in New York City by Jeremy Jackson (Foxy Shazam, Gwen Stacy), will feature Kool G Rap, and will release online September 7th, 2010.
Remynd will be releasing his debut album ‘Sex & Computers’, independently through his own label, Remynd Music, LLC on September 28th, 2010. In a day and age where themes grab the listener and viewer with pulsating sound and visuals, Remynd debuts an album which features the two hottest addictions in the contemporary age, Sex & Computers.
Remynd's rare bilingual delivery is quintessentially captured in the song, "What Did He Say" produced by the legendary Easy Mo Bee (Notorious B.I.G., Busta Rhymes, Alicia Keys), who say’s "Remynd came up with a real interesting record".
Sex & Computers holds the listeners interest without the usual crutch of featured artists, apart from one special appearance by legendary rapper Kool G Rap on lead single "Saviour". Recorded in the famous 'Legends Recording Studio' in New York City, Remynd pays homage to East Coast hip-hop while refining his own style and content.
About Remynd Born into a military family, Remynd treats his music like bootcamp: Aggressive and powerful, with lyrics over strong and tenacious beats; bound to carve a lane in an unpredictable industry. Having already opened up for veterans in the Rap game including KRS-One, Talib Kweli, The Roots and Ludacris, the Puerto Rican native hopes to become a trendsetter and, ultimately, a household name.
Also born during the emergence of Hip Hop, Remynd, traveled vigorously as a child due to his military father. Forced to find ways to cohere to the culture of Germany where his family were stationed, to attending twelve different schools throughout his childhood, Remynd’s fast paced life prepared him for the lifestyle of an artist. To escape the pain and sufferings of a war that could easily claim his father, the Puerto Rican native focused his efforts into perfecting his raw talent.
Music runs through the veins of Remynd, which is nourished by his Latin Jazz percussionist father who traveled the world performing and also had the opportunity to accompany Grammy-award winning musician Ray Baretto, the godfather of Latin jazz. For more information visit on Remynd visit facebook.com/remynd or myspace.com/remynd. Follow @Remynder.
PRODUCER THE ARE AND ZUMBI (OF ZION I) ARE THE BURNERZ--LP DROPS OCT 12, 2010--LEAK SINGLES EVERY WEEK UNTIL THEN
THE BURNERZ LEAK "ELOHEEM" AS THEY READY SELF-TITLED DEBUT LP
August 31, 2010--Oakland, CA--The Burnerz are a new duo consisting of Zumbi of the hip-hop group Zion I and the Houston-based Trackmasters producer, The Are. Now, after a year of scratching out rhymes, making beats, mixing, and mastering, The Burnerz—who met on tour in Europe in 2003—just completed one of the most energizing independent hip-hop albums of the year.
The Burnerz recruited The Grouch, OneBeLo, Martin Luther, and C-Holiday for the album. “Instead of going through layers of editing (like we do for Zion I),” explains Zumbi of his approach, “We tried to capture the initial emotion of both lyrics and beats for this album.”
Zumbi has always set a new standard for socially conscious hip-hop and this album is no exception. The track “The Edge” where The Grouch and Zumbi spit rhymes about snatching victory from the jaws of defeat. “It's about feeling hopeless and fearful, but having just enough strength to turn around and confront one's demons,” explains Zumbi.
As the charismatic emcee of Bay Area group Zion I, Zumbi has released six critically acclaimed albums along with numerous EPs and mixtapes. Zumbi contributed to the Grammy-Award winning group Linkin Park’s album Reanimation as well as the BassNectar album, and mixtapes for the Roots, K'naan and Q-Tip. Currently, Zion I are touring with reggae sensations Rebelution. Their seventh album Atomic Clock drops Nov 9.
Veteran producer, The Are, hails from Houston, TX but his production style is more drum-heavy east coast in sound than southern. He began his career with the trio K-Otix in the mid 90s, touring Europe and releasing the 2001 LP, Universal, and producing two tracks for EMC (Punchline, Masta Ace, Wordsworth, and Stricklin). But, it’s been within the last couple years, that The Are has flourished: After signing with the production team the Trackmasters, he produced singles for Keisha Cole (“Where this Love?”), Lil Kim and Lords of the Underground, as well as many others. His Michael Jackson instrumental remix CD, Dem Damb Jacksons, became an online collectors item in 2007. Finally, he produced the first single off the forthcoming Keisha Cole album.
Fans will have to wait until October 12 to hear The Burnerz, but they promise to leak new singles (not on the record) every week until then.
Rah Digga Announces New Album This Fall on Raw Koncept
LEGENDARY RAPPER RAH DIGGA ANNOUNCES HER NEW ALBUM CLASSIC TO BE RELEASED THIS FALL ON RAW KONCEPT
A decade after her revered debut album Dirty Harriet dropped, the hard-hitting lyricist Rah Digga is announcing that her new album, CLASSIC, will hit the streets on September 14, 2010. This sophomore follow up is rife with the ambidextrous vernacular that has ranked her unquestionably among the best MCs of all-time.
CLASSIC features production exclusively from Nottz and is an unrelenting demonstration of Digga’s impeccable delivery and cadence. After a decade of label politics and concentric side-projects that landed her appearances on notable records by the likes of The Fugees (the classic debut The Score) and Busta Rhymes along with mentions in Time Magazine, XXL and Rolling Stone. The former first lady of Busta’s Flipmode Squad is back to doing what she does best and doesn’t let anyone get a verse in edgeways. She exercises her right to drop excellence (and expletives) on the percussive lead single “This Aint No Lil’ Kid Rap”, and acknowledges the superficial virtual-realities of the nü-record industry on “Viral”. The Newark native has never seemed more at home than she does when she’s digesting mid-tempo instrumentals but this time she has a plate full of Nottz bangers all to herself.
Hip-hop has always been show ‘n’ prove, and on Classic Rah Digga’s old habits die hard (or not at all). She’s as relevant and unapologetic as ever, and there’s even more to say when she has the podium to herself.
DOWNLOAD THE “THIS AINT NO LIL’ KID RAP” SINGLE HERE