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Booty Song
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Freaky Flow (produced by MFF)
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The Wayill
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Chosen One
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Ferm Funk
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Your Highness
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Fuck Money
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Life Fight
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EvvnFlo (Ben Frankenstein remix)
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Hip-Hop mixed with many other elements. Fidelity Castro has a unique sound you can't find anywhere else.

11 MP3 Songs
HIP HOP/RAP: Alternative Hip Hop, ELECTRONIC: Funk

Fidelity Castro is:
nothing but new. The two steady members are: Snarls and Evv'n'flo.
Combine a wide range of sounds. Filter it into a hip-hop feel. Sprinkle some creativity on that biatch. After these steps are complete, Fidelity just might dictate your life.
This album showcases versatility and a wash of influences while each song remains a recognizable and distinct FC production.
From Portland,OR to Boston,MA to Philadelphia,PA Fidelity Castro is on the move. There are plans to return to the West Coast, but for now the two members of Fidelity Castro are expanding and training their musical skills.

Snarls--current student at Berklee College of Music. Plays bass with and produces, mixs and engineers numerous bands in the Boston area. Has studied bass for over a decade and is majoring in production. He sure does snarl a lot.
For FC-bass, auxilliary vocals and co-production (produced Life Fight).

Evv'n'Flo--lives and works in Philly. Pursues a number of collaborative musical projects with film and dance. Within these projects, Evv'n'Flo produces, plays guitar and makes audio collages of other artists' work. Continues to study guitar and as always, develops new beats.
For FC-vocals, guitar, samples/drum programming and production.

FC History--Evv'n'Flo and Snarls have been friends since they were little tykes. As early as middle school they began playing together. After their first group, Davis Street, split up, they began writing and playing hip hop and various styles of instrumental pieces.
Post high school they continued their collaborations even as Snarls moved to Boston for college. They both explore other genres of music such as funk, reggae, latin, jazz, classical, etc.

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