MP3 Bleu Collar - HIP HOP/RAP: West Coast Rap
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HIP HOP/RAP: West Coast Rap, HIP HOP/RAP: Hip Hop
Los Angeles has two new heirs to the hip-hop throne, Reese One and Basik MC aka, Bleu Collar. Bleu Collar has been compared to duos such as UGK and Outkast for their astounding chemistry and dissimilar rhyme styles. "We run a fine line. We are not gansters, but we are not backpackers either" Basik says.
Basik, first gained underground fame in a group by the name of Loe Lyfes at the age of fourteen. From there he went solo and eventually hooked up with Eligh of the infamous Living Legends. Basik was featured on two of Eligh's projects before releasing his first solo effort, Apex Predator. The extended EP became one of the top sellers on the https://www.tradebit.com website. After being featured on several projects including the Righteous Brothers project Metropolitan Music Group released his first full length solo album entitled, At the Mercy of the City, which sent his underground fame through the roof. Introduced by a mutual friend, Basik linked up with Reese One who he felt complimented his style unlike no other which now represents his best work yet.
Reese One who brings his extremely clever and blunt rhyme schemes has been rapping since the tender age of 12. Reese One holds no cut cards for any song, topic, or issue. Known as one of the most feared battle rappers in Los Angeles, the constant challenges sharpened and honed his rhyme skills into, Reese One. In 1994 Reese collaborated with the legendary Tupac and Bay Area star, Mac Mall on a song titled, "Young Black Brothers". Since then, he has written for various artists. Now Reese One has his heart and Soul behind Bleu Collar. "To me Bleu Collar's chemistry is like that of Kobe and Shaq, or better yet. Magic and Kareem" says Reese One.
Bleu Collar is the essence of what Los Angeles is truly about. "When Los Angeles came in to the music scene with gangster rap it blew up the spot, that's the only sound that has been exploited and stamped as West Coast sound" explains Reese One. However, he feels gangsters are a small minority in Los Angeles, and Bleu Collar's style represents the majority with a unique and complex rap style untapped by the mainstream market.
Creatively, rap is at a stand still, and Bleu Collar brings an end to the stagnation with songs like, "Makin the Rounds" and "And a night with the Mayor and Chuck Taylor" that showcase the group's intriguing personalities and personifies their 'ahead-of-our-time style. There is no question as to why their music is so magnetizing.
Bleu Collar addresses the issues of the common folks, not the "iced out jewels" or drug dealer stories that are ears are currently saturated with. Bleu Collar represents the real issues we all go through with an undaring flair and creativity.
Sit back, relax and be prepared for the next reigning heirs to the hip-hop monarchy. Basik and Reese One are on one accord when it comes to purpose. "Bleu Collar is solely interested and dedicated to bringing innovative and creative music to the masses.
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