im with Fame on this one man. they're doing there thing and they're doing it good. their music is solid and i really do hope that they become successful because there aren't a lot of mainstream artists from Seattle. i mean whether or not they become famous i will still listen to their music.
I've never actually heard any of their music, but if theyre from the area, and trying to actually do somethin, I cant knock 'em.
truth be told, I've never really liked any local acts, although I'll support when I can by buying a CD if theyre hustling them at the mall or a barbershop or somethin. I usually give it away though cause its never really my thing. Recently though, there are a couple that aint bad. the dude Neema is okay I guess. I've seen him live a couple times, and I can at least say he puts on a good high energy show without the BS posturing I've seen from some other smaller acts. Parker Brothaz are cool too. I actually LIKE 2 of their songs(although 1 is basically an Outkast remake)...so much that I Dl'ed them and would buy a CD if I had access to it
Blue scholars are sick and Seattle actually has a couple nice groups.......
Boom Bap Project is pretty dope too but I also really like Common Market.
DJ Sabzi is the man behind Blue Scholars and Common Market as their producers/DJ. I love that he brings two differen't feels with both groups. A lot more sped up samples with Common Market and a bit more organic with blue scholars. I like them both a lot and Sabzi is the anchor killing them all.