Archive for the ‘SC Artists’ Category
Rebellious “The Carolina Blueprint”
So FINALLY after the LONG wait Rebellious released “The Carolina Blueprint.” The soundtrack was scored by the one and only Million Dollar Dreamer, Sam King. You can DOWNLOAD HERE. Leave your feedback on THIS SITE for Rebellious. Full Tracklist 1.This Is How We Live “Intro” Produced By: Yobo 720 2.Man in Desperation Produced By: Mysterious 3.Leather & Wood Remix […]
Boss G “The World is Mine”
Boss G is really kickin off 2010 with a BANG! This is his second mixtape and it’s only 2 weeks into the New Year. Here are a few tracks from Boss G, “World is Mine” hosted by Charlamagne and DJ Frosty.
J.Rocc “My Patna Dem” (SC Edition)
Shouts out to J.Rocc for this SC Edition of “My Patna Dem.” I’m down with this track because dude shows love to SC!! His mixtape “Jakin for beats in SC,” is hosted by Dj Lucky Leon.
Rebellious “Man in Desperation”
Here is the 2nd leak off the Carolina Blueprint brought to us by Rebellious. This is a track they call “Man in Deperation” Check it out and leave feedback: Southern Groove Entertainment Presents The Carolina Blueprint “Rise to the Ocassion Mixtape” Coming Soon! A Million Dollar Dreamz Soundtrack Scored By: Sam King www.twitter.com/rebelliousmindz www.rebelliousmuzik.com www.myspace.com/rebelliousmindz Contact: Steelz 843.230.4283 or Asa 404.825.3857 firstname.lastname@example.org 1.This Is How […]
Neffworking Event: Grand Strand Heavy Hitters
3D Entertainment & Club XL Presents: The Grand Strand Heavy Hitters
Classic Stylez “The Showcase”
If you go to classicstylezmusic.com the first thing you see is the quote “Excellence is obtainable if you dream more than others think is practical and expect more than others think is possible” by Rev Run.
KRS-One “Be God, Don’t Believe in God”
KRS-1 makes his way through Florence and leaves a message…”Be God, Stop Believing in God.” What do you take from this message?
Preach Jacobs & Denz
Preach Jacobs is an emcee/journalist from Columbia, South Carolina that has shared the stage with the likes of 50 Cent, George Clinton, Nelly and more. His brand of neo-soul/funk inspired hip-hop is reminiscent of the Native Tongue era.
Snook da Rockstarr
Being born and raised in the north and now calling the south his home brought both challenges and endless opportunities to become well-versed in both areas.
Reigning from Orangeburg, South Carolina, The Hustle Boyz are the new sound of the grind.
“I approach music from a realist standpoint. I’m not going to tell you why I’m larger than life or superhuman as much as why I am human and that I do have my flaws. I’m not going to give you this façade that only exists when I’m on stage. I’m Dan everyday whether working at my day job or on the mic. ”