Posts Tagged ‘Hip-Hop’
Indy born, Atlanta located, up and comer $auce is burning it up and ready to take the world by storm. But $auce isn’t just some fly by night flash in the pan, here’s here for the long haul, and he knows what he’s doing. In fact, when $auce was just three years old, he learned to play the bass, and he didn’t stop there—he basically learned to play any instrument he could get his hands on.
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Growing up in St. Bernard projects of New Orleans, The Youngest Ones – D-Danger, Supa D Da Boss and Killa Da King – did everything together, and it was together that they realized that their future lay in music, not the streets. Now with over seven years of writing, recording and touring under their belts, it’s clear they’ve chosen the right path.
The S.O.G. Crew are a modern Latin hip hop crew whose music is an expression of their travels to the across the U.S.A. They’ve been all over the East coast, West coast, down South, and even ventured out to Alaska and Hawaii. Each of those regions, with their different cultures on sounds, informed The S.O.G. Crew’ approach to their own Latin music.
Hip hop has evolved over its roughly 30 years of popularity into one of the most divisive musical genres since. Mainstream, underground; egotistical, abstract; guest verses, breaks. Two things that remain consistent in all spectrums of the genre are beats and rhymes.