Islands Burn Hot With Son Da One

“Born Kaleo March 7, 1980, this man’s words show that he is more than just your average rapper. His words possess power and as a true poet and lyricist, Son Da One does not wield this sword lightly on his debut self-titled album. ” By Jhantu Randall | UBO MAG Continue reading Islands Burn Hot With Son Da One

Spoken Word in South Humboldt: Poetry, Wine & Crepes

By Aaris A. Schroeder Editor-In-Chief Meant to be a dinner and a show, Persimmons Garden Gallery in Redway, CA regularly has local music talent paired with their short, sweet and mainly vegetarian menu. Every Wednesday, Persimmons has Open-Mic night and on Friday, August 12 a special open-mic was scheduled by Eli Fowler, known to most as Little Kidd Lost, a local emcee. The evening started around … Continue reading Spoken Word in South Humboldt: Poetry, Wine & Crepes

Rebel Hip-Hop on the Real, Son Da One’s “Misinterpreted Logic E.P.” Shows Promise from Hawaii to Cali

Rebel Hip-Hop on the Real, Son Da One’s “Misinterpreted Logic E.P.” Shows Promise from Hawaii to Cali Interview By Kim Possible Creative Manager & Staff Writer Story By Aaris A. Schroeder Editor-In-Chief Kaleo Largusa, whose given name is defined as, “The Voice,” goes by his emcee moniker, Son Da One when emceeing on stage and is releasing “Misinterpreted Logic E.P” online spring ’16, promising profound … Continue reading Rebel Hip-Hop on the Real, Son Da One’s “Misinterpreted Logic E.P.” Shows Promise from Hawaii to Cali