This track is from Boom Bap Project's debut album on Rhymesayers, Reprogram, which released ten years ago yesterday, on June 21st 2005. In honor of the album's tenth anniversary, we're offering both CD and Digital versions for only $4.99, for a limited time! PLUS, when you buy Reprogram, you will also get Boom Bap Project's "Welcome To Seattle" Mixtape forFREE! Also available, a FREE D/L of The Shakedown, a full album that features the same production team as Reprogram and a nice array of guests, that Boom Bap Project put together for their supporting tour for the album. Get yours NOW: http://bit.ly/BoomBapProject
The History: Emerging out of Oldominion, one of the most prominent crews to represent out of the Northwest, Boom Bap Project had a distinct musical goal in mind. The plan was revealed in the group's name â??hard beats and hard rhymesâ?? a.k.a that good ole Boom Bap. Armed with strong Hip Hop sensibilities, unbreakable confidence, and lyrics primed to hit you directly in the head, Nightclubberlang (a.k.a Karim) and Destro Destructo attack the mic relentlessly, as their vocals ride atop hard-hitting production from an accomplished line-up of beat-makers; Jake One, Vitamin D, Bean One, Jumbo The Garbageman (of Lifesavas), Snafu, Sayeed, DJ Scene, and Mr. Hill. The album is enhanced by scratch work for DJ Scene, as well as some quality guest appearances from Gift Of Gab (Blackalicious), Rakaa Iriscience (Dilated Peoples), DJ Vin Roc, The Lifesavas, Grayskul, Snafu, and Choklate. Then, just before the release of Reprogram, Boom Bap Project also released the free mixtape, "Welcome To Seattle", to give the world a taste of what was to come. This mixtape featured a wealth of freestyles, rarities, and unreleased music, including verses from Supernatural, Cool Nutz, One Be Lo, and JFK of Grayskul. "Welcome To Seattle" now comes as a FREE D/L when you buy Reprogram (CD, LP, or MP3) at FifthElementOnline.com.
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