Take Azeer, an emcee who attacks tracks with Nas-like lyricism gliding effortlessly over tracks with a cadence that reveals he is Cleveland’s prodigal son. Add one of Southwest Philly’s finest emcees, Hype Stress. He steam rolls over beats with a precise, crisp delivery, dropping thought provoking gems with damn near every line. Together they make up a Phenom, a team that industry executives have already acknowledged as a problem. A growing fan base from Philly to Dayton will give testimony to opening slots the duo has already pulled in for national names like Twista and The Roots. Many others still will testify that Azeer and Hype Stress are one the nicest to ever grace the HBCU circuit, as both have snatched the title of Grand Champion in several “Battle of the Emcees” contests during their tenure at Wilberforce University. To listen to their CD aptly titled "Legendary” is to sip a well-aged, new flavor dubbed “Bully Style”.
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You now have the recipe for legendary hip-hop. Preheat your CD player to 500 degrees. Take Azeer, an emcee who attacks tracks with Nas-like lyricism, reflecting his deep New York roots. Like "Number 4 - The Lizard" he glides effortlessly over tracks with sophisticated wordplay and a cadence that reveals himself to be Cleveland's prodigal son. Now add one of Southwest Philly's finest emcees, Hypestress. Call him "Number 5 - The Toad" as he steam rolls over beats with a precise, crisp delivery, dropping thought provoking gems with damn near every line. The thunder of his voice must have the competition running for male enhancement. Stir slowly as collectively, these two battle-tested, urban warriors make up the duo known as Phenom. Now add head nodding beats, two diplomas, a generous portion of topics and a kilogram of street credibility and viola you've got their warning shots to the industry - a CD aptly tilted, Legendary.
Judging from its manifesto call-to arms track "Legendary" and 14 tracks of battle rhymes, radio singles, club bangers, life stories and a new sound, Phenom is a legend unfolding before our very eyes. To listen to "Blackout" and "Don't Make Me..." is to sip a well-aged, new flavor dubbed "East Coast Bully Style" for the first time while "Raise 'em up", "Butterfly" and "Take Your Clothes Off" illustrate the mass appeal and marketability of Phenom's craft. The substance of "Reasons" is so pure you can step on it three times and still be powerful enough to give the average hip-hop junky a nice fix.
Industry executives such as Big Lou of Elektra Records have already beared witness to brightness of Phenom's future. A growing fan base from Philly to Dayton will give testimony to opening slots the duo has already pulled in for national names like Twista and The Roots. Many others still will testify that Azeer and Hypestress are one the nicest to ever grace the Historically Black College circuit, as both have snatched the title of Grand Champion in several "Battle of the Emcees" contests during their tenure at Wilberforce University. Legendary will undoubtably add new converts to Phenom's congregation and never will so many hip-hop heads owe so much to so few.
Fans be on the Look out for Phenoms new cd entitled "The Red Pill".Containing club bangers such as "Mind Right ", Live on Stage".Also including radio friendly but lyrically endowed "The Official" and "Relax".Never ones to be superficial, Phenom remains awake and stays as close to Hip Hop as possible, with ever powerful life inspired songs such as "As Time Goes By", Something New", and The Hunger".Hip Hop purest will have an overdose of some of the most pure uncut "China White Hip Hop" around.
This cd is a testament to why no one can ever doubt their lyrical abilites and emcee prowess with the microphone apparatus. As well as their ability to reach and move any, and all crowds!
Phenom delivering "The Red Pill" to expose the fake s@#t in this Hip Hop matrix!
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