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MP3 Vic Da Mone - Monetary Confinement

Hip Hop at it''s finest. The Inglewood native expresses his thoughts about everyday situations in a way that relates to the masses.

16 MP3 Songs
HIP-HOP/RAP: West Coast Rap, HIP-HOP/RAP: Gangsta Rap

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Vic Da Mone

Hip-hop purveyor Vic Da Mone slams down heady beats and even headier wordplay in music that kills with its wicked groove and stays in the mind for days with its potent message. Vic Da Mone’s musical stylings are second to none and pave the way for a revolution in the hip-hop world. When Vic Da Mone lays down his mojo, he’s offering up the real heartbeat of hip-hop.

Music is balance for Vic. When he’s performing, the world comes into sharp focus for him and everything becomes aligned. The same is true for those who hear his music. “Music makes me feel balanced,” he says. “Music is a way for me to express myself and relate to others who feel what I feel about a certain situation.” While finding his personal balance through the power of music, he is also sharing the truth of our harsh but beautiful world with people around him as he presents his compelling words and shining example of rap entertainment.

Vic insists that the secret to his musical power – besides pure talent, of course – is the fact that he always draws from those things that are familiar to him. He believes that you must write of that which you are intimately knowledgeable. “It’s hard to sing, write or rap about what you don’t know,” he says. “Your music should come from within and express who you are and what you’ve been through.” It’s the expression of his life experience and ideas in music that draw fans to him like moths to flame. “I’m inspired and influenced by my everyday life and surroundings.”

Vic Da Mone has nabbed radio play on 93.5 K Day where his tune, “Knees and Toes” debuted on September 25, 2006. He frequently finds himself in the studio and is always at work writing new music. When it comes down to it, it’s about the fans and giving them great tunes, so he keeps going at the creative process. “I never really considered myself a rapper. I just do it because I’m good at it and people like my style. Why deprive my supporters of good music.”

“Vic Da Mone’s words cut deep with an edge as sharp as anything in the genre.” – A&R Select
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