A.M.R. Entertainment Music Group Releases 'State of Emergency' by DJ ETRAIN and Mel Gates

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In June 2006, DJ ETRAIN & Mel Gates joined forces to make a statement in the industry. DJ ETRAIN was chosen to be one of A.M.R.'s A&R/DJ. After creating a buzz they decided to release "The State of Emergency" mixtape. This mixtape includes 24 original tracks with the production by Kane on the track (in house producer).

A.M.R. Entertainment Music Group releases the highly-anticipated mixtape "DJ ETRAIN Presents: Mel Gates State Of Emergency" by the hip hop artist Mel Gates and DJ ETRAIN for free download.

The singles "Gimmie A Break", "Pop It Like That", and "Ice In My 22's" are already impacting the market here in the USA and abroad. Some radio personalities have titled "Gimmie A Break" as the next summer anthem.        

DJ ETRAIN - DJ ETRAIN was born in Jamaica Queens, New York. He fell in love with music as a way to escape poverty. After graduating high school he entered the military. He continued his love for music and he is currently working on his second Masters Degree in Business Administration. His persistent drive to enter the music industry led to applying for the A&R position at several record labels. After being denied this role he decided to go independent. The artist needs to be heard and with his networking skills and creating opportunities for numerous artists, he has been given several titles such as "The Indie's DJ", and "The Conductor". You can find him anywhere working hard for the artist.

MEL GATES - Anyone walking down the streets of Coney Island's projects in Brooklyn, New York has experienced the rap phenomenon of none other than - Mel Gates. Mel Gates got involved in the rap game at the age of 16 years old while serving a two to six year prison sentence in some of the more infamous prisons in the state of New York. A broken home, no father figure, drug addict mother, and high school drop out, are all too familiar life battles to Mel. After leaving home at the tender age of thirteen to become a slave to the mean streets of New York City, Mel began hustling to make ends meet and support the broken family he left behind. While serving his six-year prison sentence, Mel began to turn his life around. He enrolled in a GED preparatory class that resulted in him earning his GED. But Mel would not stop there, he also began dabbling with words and makeshift beats. Soon he was battling his fellow inmates and earned the name, Mel Gates.

In 2001, Mel became a principle member of AMR Entertainment Music Group, an independent record label based in Brooklyn, New York. He recently released his self-proclaimed mix tape entitled, "Son of a Gangsta". Currently, he is credited as co-writer and executive producer of an upcoming film entitled, "The Building" that has a scheduled release date for the Fall of 2007. While Mel's past is very unfortunate, he has no regrets for the choices that he has made. They have only attributed to his street credibility and hardcore style of rap. Not only is Mel able to flow at random, but he can battle with the best of them.

Singles are in rotation by DJs at the radio stations/clubs here in the
USA and abroad, including several past and upcoming mixtape projects.

"Gimmie A Break"

"Ice In My 22'S"

"POP It Like That"

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