MP3 DJ Smallz & P. Novakane - Home Sour Home II "From North to South"
DJ Smallz aka Mr. Southern Smoke and P. Novakane bridge the gap between hip-hop from North to South.
20 MP3 Songs in this album (55:27) !
Related styles: HIP-HOP/RAP: Rap, HIP-HOP/RAP: Dirty South
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Blessed with the gift of words and unique talent to create images of his life are all the tools P. Novakane needed to amass a cult-like following. The use of metaphors, witty word play, and a keen insight to "Hood News", is what makes lyricist P. Novakane the voice of the streets.
Rising demand for the bars and hooks of P. Novakane, has amplified his words to nothing short of brilliant. P. Novakane supplies a surging energy that contributed
to upwards of 125,000 digital sales. P. Novakane''s success includes a lead role in nationally distributed "Rap War One", a Maverick Entertainment Platinum Series DVD release. Topping college charts at 2 on Rap Network, 4 on Rap Attack and holding the 16th slot in Insomniac Magazine, P. Novakane''s single "Fade Away", is a rare hip-hop gem.
P. Novakane has gained commercial radio support with six-hundred plus spins at over thirty BDS reporting stations, including WWKX/RI, WDHT/OH, WUBT/TN, WQHT/NY, and KISS/LA. In addition to commercial hits such as "Me & You", Novakane''s consistent verbal assaults in freestyle battles and mix tape appearances score him major points on the streets. Novakane''s video for "Fade Away", transformed his cunning street rhyme into vibrant onscreen action. The video received heavy rotation at local video outlets and reached a national audience on BET''s "The Next".
As the front man for the group, "The Burnaz", Novakane was able to build a name for himself. Through the release of "The Burnaz" singles, "We don''t give a ..." and "Once Upon a Hood Life", P. Novakane gained a solid fan base. Their most noted single, "Once Upon a Hood Life", peaked on the college charts at: 5 on Rap Attack, 5 on The Network, 7 in Bre, 8 in Technicians and 12 on Insomniac Magazine. Further driving "The Burnaz" street buzz, was "Start of the Black Monopoly", a mix-tape hosted by HOT 97''s own, DJ Kay Slay, who locks in 12 million listeners each week on air and has won 12 Justo Mix-tape Awards.
P. Novakane has performed at colleges and clubs throughout the tri-state area. Highlights include a joint performance with the legendary Doug E Fresh and as an opening act for Wu Tang''s Killah Army at Rutger''s University. P. Novakane''s continuous production of new music and fresh hits landed him on DJ Vlad''s (MTV''s Voted Top 10 DJ of 2004) "Unsigned Heat". In addition, Novakane''s "Home Sour Home" was voted on MTV''s "Mix-tape Monday" as a "Don''t Sleep: Other Notable Mix-tape Selection".
P. Novakane arouses intense emotions in his audiences by illustrating vivid images using words. On the track, "What We Do", Novakane transports listeners through a detailed journey of his life. This track is just one of the many grasping, and extraordinary hits which make up "Home Sour Home 2".
Growing up 20+ years in the Crown Heights section of Brooklyn, NY and recently relocating to the Gun Shine state of Florida, P. Novakane has blended the southern sound with his show stopping Brooklyn flow. In the south. Novakane captured the attention of DJ Smallz, resulting in the release of the second installment of the "Home Sour Home Mix-tape Series", titled "Home Sour Home 2: From North to South". DJ Smallz aka Mr. Southern Smoke, was named one of the "Top 7 Hip Hop DJs of 2006" in the USA Today, and has worked with multi-platinum artists: TI, Ludacris, Three 6 Mafia, and UGK, to name a few. The success of "Home Sour Home 2" lead to a digital distribution deal with Gracie/EMI productions (previous releases include albums from artists Serious Jones, Jackie-o and Royce Da 5''9) and a deal with an internationally known Texas powerhouse to distribute P. Novakane ring tones.
P. Novakane is preparing to release his first nationally distributed album in early 2009. Featured on P. Novakane''s upcoming album, yet to be titled, is gritty new music from "The Burnaz" and Def Jam''s electrifying new R&B recording sensation, Unique Zayas. Production credits for P. Novakane''s new album include Ty-Soundz (known for producing tracks for MOP and Eric B''s new artist Avion), and The Co-op, whose production credits include the likes of Young Jeezy, Freeway, Jae Millz, and 50 Cent. You can also expect to hear more from Flamez, who produced the lead singles, "Let''s Get It" and "Hit the Streets" on "Home Sour Home 2".
Crafty word play, punch lines, metaphors and subliminal messages force P. Novakane to diverge from "the rest". The momentum of the P. Novakane movement in 2008 has paved the way for his 2009 breakthrough into the mainstream. Without question, there are a lot of stars, but P. Novakane''s glow is by far the brightest.