Divine Power

Divine Power

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Rap - Hip Hop | Atlanta, Georgia, United States
Total Song Plays: 3   
Member Since: 2004
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Hip Hop’s Army for the Poor

In an age where rappers aren’t sure whether they’re bad boys or hip-hop fashion models, there’s one rap group who hasn’t forgotten their roots, Divine Power. In an age where so many of music’s top selling artists are merely record label puppets, there’s one rap group who writes, produces and engineers all of their records, Divine Power. “Listening to us is like sucking on an adrenaline gland. We get your heart pumpin'," says Lord Fahiym, one fourth of the East coast rap quartet known as Divine Power. The sound bursts out of the speakers and immediately hits you in the face like a fistful of nails. Raw, uncompromising, walking a knife-edge of intensity that few rap groups dares to travel, there’s no mistaking – wait a minute. What band are we speaking about here exactly? Oh, but of course, none other than the underground sensation, known to ghettos across five continents, is Divine Power. This rap group is the combination of NWA with the marketing power of The Beatles. Member consists of: Dorien “Lord Fahiym” Tennant (23), Kareem “Boy Bls” Simmons (24), Nathan “Natural” Johnson (22), and Anthony “20/20” Cartegena (21). Fresh out of Stush Music’s Manhattan recording studio, Divine Power unleashes their debut album, Ground Zero, onto the airwaves of North and South America, the U.K., Africa, and Australia. Who would have known that conscious and crunk music would’ve mesh so well? Yeah, I forgot to mention that this super group is uns