Charlotte, NC (PRWEB) December 20, 2005
After months of recording, SuddahCain has finished his highly anticipated debut album, titled Believe It featuring “Lost Souls.” SuddahCain recorded the tracks in Long Island, N.Y. at Dare Studios.
When asked about his first project being released to the public SuddahCain said, “I feel like this album has something for everyone, if you’re from the east coast, west coast or the south; whether you listen to hip-hop or even if you’re a rock fan. This industry has been waiting for someone as honest as I am to establish a genre that’s not all the way street but not completely commercial. I feel that every song on the album is actual fact and it is something that I myself have actually lived.”
SuddahCain’s album was released by his own record company Thorobred Entertainment, Inc. (T.B.E), which is a public reporting company that has stock and issues stock, a first if its kind in the hip-hop industry. Thorobred has chartered new territory not only by being a publicly reporting company, but it is also putting stock certificates inside CDs so consumers can listen to the music and own a part of the company, actually benefiting from the purchase.
SuddahCain recently performed at the Millions More Movement Youth Rally, co-hosted by The Real Hip Hop Network at The Lincoln Theatre in Washington, DC and part of the 10th Anniversary of the Million Man March held in October in Washington, DC. Along with Suddahcain, other artist included Hueman Prophets, Christylez and Messiah.
T.B.E. (Thorobred Entertainment, Inc.) is a subsidiary of New Media, Inc. (http://www.newmonline.com) a public company pending its stock symbol New Media, Inc. focuses on using the Internet and technology to develop music, entertainment and media.
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