MP3 111 Entertainment - Unstoppable!!! Volume 1
From the shadows of motown emerges 111 Entertainment. Along with it''s new era of future R&B, Hip Hop and Pop legends- from smooth ballads to rough,rugged and raw rap, 111 Ent. will satisfy your musical taste.
10 MP3 Songs
URBAN/R&B: R&B Pop Crossover, HIP HOP/RAP: Hip Hop
Prepare yourself to experience "A New Era in Entertainment".
You''ve witnessed the rise of Bad Boy, So So Def, No Limit, Death Row, Murder Inc.,Roc-A-Fella and Cash Money. Now watch the rise of a new up and coming record label out of Detroit, 111 ENTERTAINMENT.
Armed with an arsenal of hot new artist, producers and songwriting teams, 111 Entertainment brings to the table the soulful flavors of hip hop, r&b, rap, contemporary gospel as well as pop. This CD gives you a taste of fresh new music from a variety of acts on the 111 Entertainment label. If you''ve hungered for something new, prepare to have your appetite fulfilled.
Track #1 "Hold Me Again" by Philadelphia''s own and " Showtime At The Apollo " contestant G Clef. Is a romantic R&B ballad where a person realizes that they have done things to cause their relationship to end. And as most of us do when we realize that we''ve done something wrong. We wish we had another chance to make things right.
This one is for the ladies.
Track #2 "Lights On" by singer/songwriter and Detroit native Pierre Dees, gives us a R&B peek into the intimate moments between a man and a woman who keep their love life exciting by always trying something new. Take a listen to find out more.
Track #3 "Throw Your Hands Up" is Detroit Hip Hop at it''s finest. Rappers La'' Vay and Tor''ch along with production team Perfik Noyz, turn out a club banger. So if you like to party, "Throw your hands up!"
Track #4 "Club Tonight" by Pierre Dees featuring Birmingham AL. rapper Felon is destined to be the party anthem of 2003. This song is about what goes on before, during and after the party. So take a listen... and of course, you know we''ve got you on the V.I.P list.
Track #5 "Without You" by Detroit singer songwriter Vince Gaddis (ladies check him out on the 111 Entertainment website) tells exactly how most men feel about their woman, we can''t live without you. Ladies... if your man doesn''t tell you have he feels about... Vince will. So prepare to feel good all over.
Track #6 "The Ideology" by Detroit native now residing in Atlanta, Lacks has been featured in URB, Vibe and XXL magazines. This DJ, producer/ rapper turns the game on it''s head with his approach to hip hop. The "Ideology" pulls the sheets off of those fake rappers with no skills and exposes them to the world. If you like the Slum Village, Talieb Kweli, Common vibe, then you''ll love this track... "Cause the way we get down in Motown is no secret."
Track #7 "Help Me Through The Pain" by Birmingham AL. rapper Felon is destined to be a Hip Hop Hit. With a strong vocal style compared to "Tupac" on this track. The thug life is revisited as Felon tells how you''ve got to have something to hang onto to make it in these streets. If you thought hip-hop died with "Pac", well.... it''s just been resurrected.
Track #8 "What Up Doe" by La''Vay and Tor''ch and that hot production team Perfik Noyz grind out another hot hip hop track showing love to all the major cities from coast to coast.
Track #9 "Keep It Real" (remix) by Detroit rapper Isyclus featuring Pierre Dees is already making some noise in the "D". A buzz is already generating about Isyclus and his lyrical style and skills.
On this track he tells his girl to keep it real with him from the start. But you know how it is. When they say they love you.... Do they really mean they love your Benz.
Track# 10 "Dance With Me" by pop artist Austina is a nice track for the club. Ladies have you ever been to the club and the guys are just standing around. Well this track will make sure they "get of the wall and get on the floor".