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Quarantine Radio discuss this years Greates Rapper March Madness Brackets development and when voting will begin and how the brackets will set up
This rapper/producer with tremendous talent has taken his love and desire for music to another lyrical level. He’s like no other, the style, the name; the man himself cannot be duplicated, something spectacular to offer.
His raps are crisp and to the point, he's a monster on the stage, and in the studio his creative nature invades his music, it can't get more precise than that. His versatility is proven in the many songs in which he has produced and written. His rap style can be straight hardcore rap and then switch to a commercial, laid-back flow. So let's take it back...
Born July 17,1985 in Denver Colorado, Christopher Mitchell, now known as Saint, would grow up to find himself trying to understand the craziness of the world. “I follow my own mind and I've alway thought so deep.” And so it began, Saint put in his time blessing the mic. Saint emerged in late 2003, collaborating and performing alongside Colorado Legend BBlacc and Dankside ENT. He has carried his talent from state to state, venue to venue as he has worked hard to express his unique personality through his brand of Finest Music. Faced with many trials and tribulations in both, his personal life and music career, have molded him into the musician he is today. Saint has always had an ear for good music, rhymes and hooks. He says, “At first I didn't know I had it in me. The magic of music brought the real trueness out of me.” In time he developed his own style and writing skills. Influenced by the hard-edged beats and southern gangster-rap of No Limit Records, Saint is a rare exception in the ever changing world of Hip-Hop. In a genre where new artists come and go, plagued with gimmicks and schemes, Saint manages to remain true to himself and the music he makes. Destined to be a household name, Saint possesses the musical creativity and charisma to someday become one of the greats.
Join us as we welcome Kerri Pomarolli, a Christian comedian/author and Freeman Da Gospel Rapper.
This promises to be a night of laughter, testimonies and singing.
This young singer and Gospel Rapper has found his niche in life and blazing the trails of gospel music on his on terms. I am very proud to present him within the Network. He is a part of the family in so many ways. He has continued to climb in the industry. We will showcase his album from spring of 2013.
Weekend Edition of The Crystal Show with Chicago Rapper, Lunatic plus a few of my Favorite Songs.
Links to check out Lunatic:
http://www.facebook.com/lunaticakaniquelafreaque, http://www.reverbnation.com/luniticdagoddess, https://twitter.com/Lunaticdagoddes
This 19 year out South Carolina is taking the world by storm. Stay tuned.
As an 19 year old, I’m always looking for unique and innovative ways to grab people’s attention. With Nas being my all time favorite rapper, I find it very hard to rap about only material things. I like to speak on the truth and real aspects in life. After doing this for about two years, I have released three mixtapes. I try to improve with each song I write and that’s my number one goal. The better the greater. I do want to bring out music that’s missing in the industry. Being a female I feel that there is a stereotype of females being weak MC’s these days. However, I want to change the stereotypes, bring back music that represents the ladies, but also relates to anyone. No matter the age, gender, or race. Music is love to me, and I want to spread that love across the world.
UDG Sounds Radio: DISGUSTED: Rapper 50 Cent tweet lead to supporting of battle rapper's/underground music. Lyrical artists discussed Mickey Factz, Mistah Fab, etc...mixtapes, music, music reviews, interviews, and albums discussed.
ACTUAL VISUAL VIDEO on YOUTUBE: TYPE UDG Sounds
Twitter: @udgsounds, PattieCakes314
This week the show will feature Co-owner of the Gorilla Warfare Battle League in Chicago and up and coming battle rapper Big Kannon and hosts Den Tut Re, Cabè, Hectic Da Back Packa, K Dawg, & Saqar will also discuss KRS "Introduction to Hip Hop" class in Arizona which was condemned in a letter by Arizona's Education Department head John Huppenthal who also spoke out against Mexican History, and Rage Against the Machine lyrics.
The Huffington Post states "According to Huppenthal, the use of KRS-One's essay violates state law because it advocates ethnic solidarity."
What do you think? Call up and let us know!
Don't forget Keith Murray Vs Fredro Starr battle will be taking place April 24th goto http://www.mcwar.com
"SNEAK PEAK at a new EXCLUSIVE, HOT song!!!
UDG Sounds shines the spotlight on Rapper Bill Collector, one of most exciting, unique, talented, hip hop artist on the rise ...clips from some of his best songs/videos. INTERVIEW on the show, February 10th at 8 p.m. EST on UDG Sounds Radio, www.blogtalkradio.com/udgsoundsradio
VISUAL VIDEO on YOUTUBE https://www.youtube.com/user/UDGSounds
Bill Collector YOUTUBE CHANNEL https://www.youtube.com/user/BillCollector
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