Hex One feat. Skyzoo - Peep the Steeze

Fueled by today's lack of appreciation and the decline in the art of the lyricist, Hex One's official debut album, after four previous releases with Epidemic, "Words Worth a Thousand Pictures" aims to take a stand for those who are truly masters of their craft.

Technical, yet with a clear and concise message and deeply personal at times, Hex One offers a glimpse into his life as an MC and the world he lives in as seen through the scope of his lens.

Backed by hard headnodic beats, deep, soulful samples with east coast and jazz influences, and booming drums and bass lines, Hex masterfully shatters contemporary society's notion of Hip Hop being a lowbrow genre of music. Despite music itself being highly subjective in nature, he aims to remove some of this subjectivity and boldly proclaim that some art simply takes more skill than others and talent is most certainly measurable.

The ironic disconnect, however, between this measure of talent and the measure of one's success poses to be one of his life's greatest woes. The album is thus presented with a subtle melancholic tone throughout, as he struggles to come to terms with this realization. The bigger irony perhaps being that he does so with the same intricate attention to detail and lyrical prowess that is undervalued and overlooked in Hip Hop's musical landscape today.

His philosophy remains: if a picture is worth a thousand words, so too can a poets words be worth a thousand pictures.

The second single "Peep The Steez" featuring Skyzoo comes with a video, which was shot in Brooklyn/New York.

Hex One "Words Worth A Thousand Pictures" will be released October 13th through Mic Theory Records in digital, streaming, CD, 12" limited vinyl and cassette formats:

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Edo.G "Boom"

Edo.G "Boom" (Official Video)
Edo.G's forthcoming Album "FreEDOm" will see it's release on September 26th 2017 and couldn't come at a better time in history as we are in an age where it seems like our freedoms are slowly getting taken away with a corrupt dictator in office.

Edo.G's 15th studio album, has a sound that is reminiscent to one of your favorite Hip-Hop albums with songs that touch every part of your life. Edo.G's conscious lyrics over banging beats are bound to resonate and inspire.

"Boom", produced by up and coming Sir Williams, is the first music video from the album that sheds light on gun violence and the affect it has on victims, families and communities.

If the album wasn't enough, it will include a full-length documentary based on the ED O.G & Da Bulldogs hit song "I Got To Have It". This ground-breaking documentary is a true artistic masterpiece on how one song can change your life. This is an in-depth look into Edo.G's career from his early teenager years to the present day.

The album will be available on Limited Edition Colored Vinyl (500 piece pressing: 250 transparent Red & 250 transparent Green), Digipak CD & "I Got To Have It" Documentary DVD and Cassette.

Direct Pre-Order Link
http://redlinemusicdistribution.bigcartel.com/artist/edo-g

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