MP3 Rayn - No Curfew
A must hear club banger...
4 MP3 Songs
HIP HOP/RAP: East Coast, HIP HOP/RAP: Southern Style
What up? Check out the album if you like this single! It''s right here on CD Baby and it''s called "The Rayn Campaign". Peace!
Place of origin: Brooklyn, New York
Specialties: Production, Rhyming, Writing and Arranging
Likes: People who steadily strive for constant elevation, open mindedness and honesty.
Dislikes: People who act for a living but are not doing it for pay with a life long agenda to make sure your life is as f**cked up as their own.
History: Growing up watching my cousins Lord and Jisun make a concert out of any situation rapping and singing for the full size VHS camcorder (which is now extinct thanks to technology) inspired me to get "nice" (very skilled) as we used to say at "spitting" (rhyming). When I used to see my cousin Lord "burning" (defeating) cats (people) in Caton park, at our school (Erasmus Hall High School) and in the Bronx (where Jisun and Lord are from), I saw an uncanny skill and art that seemed at that time like a dream.
Jisun always had a concept that had the family at the edge of their seats. My first actual recording was called "Chillin'' In Hell". This was recorded in Houston, Texas (H-TOWN!) with an early group I ran with called "Foe Deep". It consisted of my good friend Darrick (a.k.a. Heathcliff and later known as D-man), my older brother Mike (a.k.a. Mike), a guy named Joe Will (who''s saying was "If Mike, Radiant, or Heathcliff won''t do it, then JOE WILL!" Kind of weird ha?) and of course me. I''m sure there''s a copy of it somewhere on this earth and if it does surface it could make as a good extortion tool against me. Let''s just say I''ve come a long way.
Foe Deep didn''t work out but that did not stop the quartet legacy. Joe Will was no longer in the picture which gave birth to a new group "Coast 2 Coast". My younger brother Kasaun replaced Joe. Eventually my older brother retired his pen and pad but always stayed close serving as one of the hardest A&R cats I ever played my music for. We recorded for years on a karaoke machine. Back in New York surprisingly my cousin Malik (Kaze) was rhyming and Kas was getting nicer. I met this guy one day at a talent show in the Bronx named La La The Lyrical Lyricist (a.k.a. La La The Lady Licker Lover, I just called him La or La La). He really gave me my studio experience. We used to go to Taj''s studio which was the first real studio I had ever been to.
The crew was and still is called "The Burn Unit", well now it''s called "The Burn U". We still roll doing shows and chilling when we can. Some of the members of "The Burn U" serve as support people striving to build Smallsville. I eventually ended up back in Texas where I found a new addiction.... Studio equipment. Starting out with a Roland VS-880, four years and many hardships later I now run a full scale recording studio. I''m one of the artists, producers, and engineers here at Smallsville.
Quotes: Let''s get this money***
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