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Seamo

Acquiring his cue through the wave of Westernization in Japan’s urban music scene, R&B-heavy rapper Seamo got a stab at success in 2004, collaborating using the very popular female hip-hop duo Bennie K (and under a slightly more clichéd name, the “Seamonator”). With solid results in the monitor, Seamo released …

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Tumi and the Volume

Conveying the gamut of emotions representative of post-apartheid South Africa, Tumi and the quantity have been mostly of the of the country’s hip-hop functions to break through on a global stage. Led from the Indigenous Tongues-inspired, poet-MC Tumi Molekane, the Johannesburg-based music group combine their intensifying hip-hop formula with components …

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Kasper Bjørke

Danish digital musician Kasper Bjørke 1st found prominence in the past due ’90s as you half from the disco home duo Filur. Through the entire following 10 years, he and collaborator Tomas Barfod documented four albums and many hit singles which frequently featured visitor vocalists from through the entire Western …

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God Made Me Funky

A Toronto-based self-proclaimed “nu-funk” collective (by 2008, the group numbered 9, and that amount included Kaybe and Lynzie Kent on vocals, Phatt on raps, Danny Argyle on bass, Cam Dougall on electric guitar, trumpeter Affluent Grossman, Benji Perosin on sax, and Arthur Kerekes on drums), God Made Me personally Funky …

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Willie Feaster

Guitarist and songwriter Willie Feaster was the first choice of Willie as well as the Mighty Magnificents, a fresh York-based R&B/funk present band who, furthermore to releasing many albums and singles independently, served being a studio room band for several East Coast performers. Boasting an eclectic design and amazing instrumental …

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Ransom

Jersey Town rapper Randy Nichols, better referred to as Ransom, was originally given birth to in Brooklyn, NY in Sept 1980. His father’s slaying and mother’s serious disease forced Nichols in which to stay foster care a couple of years, but he and his mom ultimately relocated to Shirt Town …

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Mumm-Ra

U.K. music group Mumm-Ra (called after a ThunderCats personality) is normally guitarist Adam “Tate” Arguile, bassist/vocalist Niall Buckler, business lead vocalist/guitarist Adam “Noo” New, guitarist/vocalist Oli Frost, and drummer Gareth Jennings followed by live keyboardist Tommy B. The associates produced the group while schoolmates, and early gigs often ended with …

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Casper

Chicago-based Willie Perry (aka Casper, aka Mr. C the Slide Guy) spawned a local dance craze along with his infamous “Cha-Cha Slide,” a dance anthem very much in the heart of more regarded anthems such as for example “Macarena” and “Electric powered Slide.” As an individual trainer at Bally’s, Perry …

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Sissy Wish

Norwegian pop artist Sissy Wish (aka Siri Wålberg) produced her debut using the 6 Feet High EP in 2003. As an unsigned designer she received very much attention and publicity on Norwegian radio and in early 2005, she received a Norwegian Grammy for the debut recording YOU MIGHT Breathe (2004). …

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São Paulo Underground

Cornetist Rob Mazurek garnered wide interest after moving former his hard bop root base and learning to be a guiding drive in Chicago avant jazz with various Chicago Underground lineups in the ’90s, also exploring post-rock, electronica, and more even though adding Tortoise and Isotope 217 to his réamounté. He …

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