Album: Harn SOLO – Another Galaxy

Now residing in Denver after relocating from New Orleans, Harn SOLO returns with the brand new album Another Galaxy.  Another Galaxy continues to showcase Harn SOLO’s creative process listeners have grown accustomed to, while the album also shares hints of a traditional boom bap sound hip hop purists will still enjoy. SOLO’s progressive approach to music is balanced by DJ Yamin’s fundamental scratching techniques; giving the project an edgy, yet familiar style. Available on iTunes, Another Galaxy features New Orleans producers Prospek, Billy Topps, DJ Yamin and Fig 8, creating an innovative sound without boundaries.

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Track: Harn SOLO – The Product (prod. by Prospek)

Now available for free download, Harn SOLO once again teams up with Pro Prospek to deliver the goods with the brand new single “The Product”. The track serves as a substance filled introduction to SOLO’s sixth studio album Another Galaxy, due later this year.

Video: Suave ft. Brando – Keep My Rhythm

Available for download below, “Keep My Rhythm” from Suave – with an assist from Brando, was created in the spirit of encouraging people of all walks of life and all different hustles to want to continue grinding harder when progress is made and success is within reach. With production provided by Brando’s fellow All Work No Play member Burn&Loot and Prospek, all four of these past collaborators get together one more time. Both duos have been nominees and recipients of various New Orleans Hip Hop Awards in multiple categories and look to excel to the next level in 2015.

Track: Suave – Let Me Dream (prod. by Prospek)

A collaboration between long-time creative partners and label-mates Suave and Prospek, “Let Me Dream” is an ode to the perseverant spirit of artists and activists alike. Speaking from experience in both roles, Suave encourages those seeking to rise above their current circumstances to continue dreaming of a “brighter day” while live instrumentation from Prospek and friends, awakens in listeners an oft-latent desire for real music from real musicians.