DJ $crilla Delivers Slick Beats, Lyrical Moxie with His New Album $eamless
Style meets substance in what one critic touts as a “non-stop flight through tightly packed rhymes” and “larger-than-life production”
CLEVELAND, April 5, 2011 -- In a musical era when “everybody and their mama got a mix tape,” DJ $crilla’s new album $eamless reveals a fresh hip hop prowess. The DJ-turned-rapper delivers a potent blend of lyrical eloquence with impeccable timing and precision in his new 13-track album available today at popular online retailers like iTunes, Amazon.com and CDBaby.com.
Released under DJ $crilla’s label, New Heights Music Group, $eamless is comprised of tracks produced by "Elementree," whose credits include Jermaine Dupri's So So Def Label, and Demarvelous Carter, who produced for Royce Da 5’9 and Ace Hood (Def Jam Recordings). Titled for its unbroken flow from one track into the next, $eamless achieves DJ $crilla’s vision of allowing listeners to become immersed in the music without distraction.
$eamless chronicles DJ $crilla’s quest for triumph amid life’s struggles (“I Ain’t Gon Stop”) and his tenacity in a not-so-kind industry (“Phonestyle”). “$crilla can talk smack with the best of them, lyrically combining the confident swagger of Jay-Z with the tongue-twisting wordplay of Ludacris,” comments Jason Randall Smith of Review You. With a backdrop of slick beats (the product of $crilla’s rhythmic roots), $eamless serves up a tantalizing dish with plenty to chew on.
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About DJ $crilla
$crilla recognized an inherent free-styling ability during his early days as a DJ. He began to make a name for himself (and to gain a substantial fan base) while rapping at over 50 universities (University of Florida, University of Southern California, The Ohio State University) across the country. Having performed the opening acts for such notable talent as Jay Sean, Lloyd, 8Ball & MJG, Petey Pablo and Ryan Cabrera, DJ $crilla has undoubtedly earned his hip hop chops. $crilla’s previous album, Me, Myself, and I, won the 2009 Ohio Hip-Hop Award for Best Album.
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