Albums On The Hill

Albums On The Hill
Albums On The Hill is listed in the Compact Discs Cassette Tapes & Records category in Boulder, Colorado. Displayed below is the only current social network for Albums On The Hill which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Albums On The Hill on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 62.

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1128 13th St
Boulder, CO 80302
(303) 447-0159

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I have some scary gooooood news - my new record, Slings & Arrows, is almost done, AND I need YOUR help! I'm running an official KICKSTARTER campaign for the first time to help raise money to finish, market and publicize the new record, and YOU are invited to come peruse the REWARDS. My record won't be available to the public until February 2018, but all my Kickstart backers will have theirs in early December 2017, just in time for holiday gift giving...and know...for yourself. I've made an entertaining video (I may or may not play 3 versions of me) that also has clips of some of the new blues, folk, rock, country tinged songs, so... CHECK IT OUT HERE AND KICK START ME UP!!
Michelle Malone is going in the studio to record Slings and Arrows, a blues, folk, country tinged album to fortify your spirit.

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Make #HipHopHistory with a landmark collection of music, stunning visuals, and powerful stories collected in a 300-page book and 9 CDs.

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Out Today, Friday the Thirteenth, October, 2017!

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This is a last minute booking, Wu-Tang Forever!
@[335791076622524:274:FLO 107.1] & @[148573851871990:274:3 Deep Productions] Present @[6313328302:274:GZA] feat. @[285280148270167:274:Chris Karns] & Special Guest with @[1093754694075398:274:Low Hanging Fruit] at Fox Theatre Doors - 8:30 PM Show - 9:00 PM All Ages When it comes to thought provoking, street-bred raw lyricism, the Wu-Tang Clan's fountain of wisdom, GZA takes his job very seriously. The way he crafts his double-edged rhyme flow mirrors the skill and precise technique of one who works with fine ceramics. GZA's metaphoric and multi-layered lyrics are often touted by critics as his rap name implies; genius. Born in Brooklyn, NY and raised in every borough of New York City, The GZA's workmanship can be found three albums deep with classics dating back to 1991 including the albums Words From The Genius, the gold-selling Liquid Swords and Beneath The Surface. Before his days of microphone notoriety, GZA found himself, during the early ages of rap music, travelling throughout New York City sharpening his rap skills in scattered rhyme battles. "I've studied rap in every borough," the GZA says proudly. "I've been rhyming before a lot of these cats out here were born. We've [Wu Tang Clan] always drank, ate and slept hip-hop. I love it." On his latest blockbuster album Legend Of The Liquid Sword, The GZA makes reference to his hip- hop foundation on the reflective Fam (Members Only) "I grew up around B-Boys, DJs, MCs, through rap, never thinking in ways of TV," the Genius raps. "It was strictly all about magnificent rhyme clout." During GZA's travels, he encountered other rap veterans that recognized his promise and helped to nurture his talent. "I watched a lot of people come up that are big now," Genius says earnestly. "I used to make demo tapes with cats that rocked with Russell Simmons and people like that. The history goes so far back; I've always been really focused on writing dope rhymes." The GZA's dream of perfection has been realized once again on his fourth album to date. Legend Of The Liquid Sword not only regains the powerful momentum started by the last three releases, it adds to the Genius' verbal legacy with uncompromising integrity. Heat-seeking darts like the introspective, Auto Bio where GZA breaks down the elements of his life that created the man he is and the crime thriller Luminal. What has always set The GZA apart from the ordinary is his ability to create complex images with simple context. In the same way it's said that a picture is worth a thousand words, Genius assembles his words to create thousands of vivid pictures. "I don't like to just be simple," he explains. "Even though some of my stuff can seem simple at times, I like to write in a way that when you listen to it over and over again, you hear something new and it requires you to think." Legend Of The Liquid Sword does just that. Whether the listener gets captured by the vocal acrobatics of Santi White (who has written songs for Res) on GZA's Stay In Line or the authentic old school soul production on the masterpiece Animal Planet, Genius weaves satisfying brain food through his lyrics. In his phenomenally cerebral use of metaphors, The Genius flawlessly equates human city dwellers to animals in the jungle on Animal Planet, which was produced by rhythm doctor Bink (who has produced heavyweight joints for Fat Joe, Nate Dogg, Mr. Cheeks and Faith Evans). With beats by fellow Wu Tang brother RZA, Jaz-O (Jay-Z's Reasonable Doubt album), DJ Muggs (who has produced for Cypress Hill, Mobb Deep), Wu producer Mathematics (Ol' Dirty Bastard, Method Man, Sunz of Man), Arabian Knight and other sonic masterminds, GZA's talents come across even heavier. On the adrenaline raising Hip Hop call to arms, Knock, Knock (the album's shining debut single), The GZA asks on the chorus, "knock, knock, who the f*** is banging at my door, is it abstract, commercial or hardcore?" In his signature way of ill rhyme construction, GZA further defines the parameters of what rap music should be. Don't call GZA's comeback just a comeback, it's a return of an entirely revolutionary thought process. "When we did Back In The Game on the Wu-Tang Iron Flag album, I did a verse about gambling," he explains solidly. "I didn't want to be 'back in the game' or 'back on the block,' that's typical. I made it all metaphorical." It's those same metaphors that makes the Genius' liquid sword a living legend in it's own time.
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