Just two weeks ago we ran a contest where BD Infected Members could win one of five physical copies of Hyro Da Hero‘s debut album Birth, School, Work, Death. And now we’ve got the winners selected! If you’re one of the following five names DM me your name and shipping address (no PO Box):
Congratulations to you five and I can’t wait to hear what you think of the album! READ MORE
If you’re a fan of hip-hop AND rock, have we got just the contest for you. We’ve got five (5) copies of Hyro Da Hero‘s debut album, Birth, School, Work, Death, to give away to five lucky readers! To find out how to enter, read below!
Check out our review of Birth, School, Work, Death here our interview with Hyro here, and Hyro’s Top 10 Horror movies here. READ MORE
If you haven’t been listening to Hyro Da Hero yet, you are seriously missing out for a couple of reasons: 1) His music is seriously fun and infectious and 2) his debut album, Birth, School, Work, Death (review here), has so much potential, you can’t help but be excited for a second album. But after the jump, you’ll find a video for one of the gems off the album, Sleeping Giants. This was one of my favorite tracks off the album and features one of my favorite lines: “A real voice/A voice for youth/A voice for truth/A voice for you/A real voice that ain’t mutha f*cking auto-tune!” What an awesome line! There is so much that can be picked up from that!
Anyway, check out the awesome video after the jump and don’t forget to check out Hyro’s Top 10 Horror Movies
The idea of mixing hip-hop with rock is not a new one. However, there have been very few artists that have made it work. Beastie Boys and Rage Against The Machine took elements of both to create something fresh and unique that was wildly successful. However, for every success case, there have to be at least 100 failed attempts. So, when I got a copy of ‘Birth, School, Work, Death‘ from Hyro Da Hero, I admit that I was very skeptical. Could Hyro pull it off? Find out after the jump.
Hip hop rocker Hyro Da Hero has released a video for Ghetto Ambiance, which comes off his upcoming debut album ‘Birth, School, Work, Death’, out April 3rd. I’m convinced that this guy is going to be the next big thing. The music is infectious and the mix of hip hop and rock is blended just right.