While Lauren Hill may have produced a well-rounded HipHop album during the end of the Golden Era of HipHop, Sacramento native Fred Harris, also known as Flossalini and longtime emcee brings Sactoe street anthem style beats and rhymes in his newest album, “The MisFreducation of Flossalini.” Continue reading The MisFreducation of Flossalini
KBMB Is The Bomb Local Music, Local Feedback! By Aaris A. Schroeder Editor-In-Chief KBMB 103.5, local Sacramento hip-hop and R&B radio station, owned and operated by Clear Channel is going back to basics by starting a two hour segment every Sunday from 8-10 pm called 80 West, dedicated to all local urban sounds. DJed by radio personalities Nikia and Famous, already pertinent factors and voices … Continue reading 80 West: Go West Sacramento!
By Aaris A. Schroeder Editor-In-Chief Sacramento, CA hip-hop recording artist Doey Rock is a business man who keeps true to the streets and his music with singles such as “Bring Back Double” and “Keep it in the Hood.” Doey tells the story of the streets, channeling his emotions towards his music as apposed to other outlets, even though he lost his way in the beginning, … Continue reading MeanDoeGreen Answers Our Questions
Album: The Sacramento B By: Bueno Produced: Independent By Aaris A. Schroeder Opening up Bueno’s album, “The Sacramento B,” I see an emblem behind the CD that states, “City of Mackramento…Founded in 1849.” There are images of the light rail, the West Sacramento yellow bridge, The Kings, Bueno’s Face and some bling, pretty catchy. Opening up the jewel case and snapping the album into my … Continue reading It’s all Good with Bueno’s, “The Sacramento B”