Today Stereo Crew & Soul Daad release their free LP “AMSTERTROIT”. As the title hints, this album is a result of Detroit and Amsterdam collaborating.
Stereo Boyz & Stereo Crew teamed up with Amsterdam’s Soul Daad recently to produce and record “Amstertroit”. The two teams of MCs and Producers first met on Twitter, exchanging beats and ideas. Amazed by the undeniable talent coming from overseas, the Stereo Boyz picked 3 beats by Soul Daad members Gianski & Bolle for their upcoming album “Carz, Clubz & Theaterz”.
During their recent Europe Tour, the Stereo Boyz met the Soul Daad crew in person for the first time, and after a whole week in their Amsterdam headquarters, “AMSTERTROIT” was born. The LP consists of production and vocals from both crews, bilingual raps and great chemistry.
Mixo says: “We wanted to show a unity with this project, a unity in Hip Hop that, it seems, has been forgotten. This is positivity. This shows you that Hip Hop brings people together, and no language barriers or far distance can stop it.”
“AMSTERTROIT” is now available for free download. Look out for the video to “Ooh La La”, dropping in three weeks.
Today Stereo Crew & Soul Daad send a “Happy 420″ from Detroit and Amsterdam!
“Ooh La La” will be the first single off their collaboration “Amstertroit”, and you can check out the trailer today. The track was produced by Soul Daad’s Vice Vic who sampled the classic “Fu-Gee-La”. Of course, being released on 420 and coming from Amsterdam, you can imagine what “Ooh La La” is about. But see for yourself.
Stereo Boyz & Stereo Crew teamed up with Amsterdam’s Soul Daad recently to produce and record their EP “Amstertroit”. The two teams of MCs and Producers first met on Twitter, exchanging beats and ideas. Amazed by the undeniable talent coming from overseas, the Stereo Boyz picked 3 beats by Soul Daad members Gianski & Bolle for their upcoming album “Carz, Clubz & Theaterz”.
During their recent Europe Tour, the Stereo Boyz met the Soul Daad crew in person for the first time, and after a whole week in the Amsterdam headquarters, “Amstertroit” was born. The EP consists of production and vocals from both crews, bilingual raps and great chemistry.
“Amstertroit” will be released for free download in May, which is also when the full video to “Ooh La La” can be viewed.
While touring through Europe, the Stereo Boyz send Greetings across the globe.
“Speaking in Tonguez” is another single off their upcoming album “Carz, Clubz & Theaterz” (to be released in the summer of 2013).
“Speaking in Tonguez”, produced by Sir Henry J Stuart and featuring vocals by Shoua Kue entices with an ultra smooth sound and lyrics directed at the ladies who like to sit back, relax and enjoy.
Whereas a lot of Hip Hop songs with sexual content are disrespectful nowadays, the Stereo Boyz want to bring the focus back on the art of love making and worshipping a woman’s body. “We are bringing back the feeling of songs like “Let’s get it on” by Marvin Gaye. Songs that make a woman feel special, instead of offended”, says Mixo.
The Stereo Crew unleashes another one of their members this week, Vinnie Bass, who brings you a leak off his upcoming debut “The Chronicles of Bass”.
Vinnie Bass is Mic Audio’s (Stereo Boyz) younger cousin and has, naturally, been around Hip Hop since a young age. At 11 yrs young, upon hearing Rakim’s “Microphone Fiend” for the first time, he started rapping. Today he is finally ready to present his musical introduction to the world and “These Bars” is exactly what that is. Recorded over the Pusha T “My God” beat, Vinnie Bass showcases not only his style and lyrical abilities but also his significant voice.
He describes his music as “short stories mixed with hard-hitting lyrics” and says: “Today i strive to bring my own sound by not shying away from my so called nerd side”. His musical influences Rhyme Asylum, Canibus, Chino XL, Outkast, Big L, Lupe Fiasco and family member Mic Audio can he heard in his music, nevertheless he has his very own sound.
“These Bars” is the first release off his upcoming album “The Chronicles of Bass”, which will be released for free download on March 26th. He describes it as a collection of short stories, with a variety of sounds and topics, with no fear of putting his emotions into lyrics and sharing his soul with his listeners.
“I guarantee you never heard anything like this and I feel I have a lot to bring to the table, if you just give me a chance.”
B-Boyz (Kid Boombox & BrandNew) of the Stereo Crew release the third and final video off their Mixtape “Stereo Boyz presents B-Boyz”.
“Boom Box” is Kid Boombox’s solo joint on the mixtape: “I wanted to approach not just that song but the whole B-Boyz project with a style no one heard before. The “BoomBox” track was more of a part two to the solo track i did on (Stereo Boyz’) “The Illest Mixtape Ever” Project which was titled “How I Feel”, I wanted the listener to hear nothing but rhymes mixed with a great song yet at the same time make you forget how the original version went”.
The B-Boyz Mixtape is Kid Boombox & BrandNew’s first release and serves as an introduction of their sound, similar yet different from the one Stereo Boyz fans are used to. “Mine and Brand New’s 1st Collaboration started off as getting the feel of each others style and turned into something much greater than we imagined.” says Kid Boombox.
On the mixtape the two flow over industry beats and stay true to their style: Hype, New Skool and always Lyrical.
Watch “Boom Box” at the link, grab your free download and stay tuned to hear more from B-Boyz and the rest of the Stereo Crew, coming to you no later than this thursday when we release the first single off Stereo Crew member Vinnie Bass’ debut mixtape