Richmond, VA (PRWEB) September 12, 2007
Allhiphop.com, the leading hip-hop website for Hip-Hop news, reviews and industry insights has now featured VA Hip-Hop artist/producer, R.E.U.B in their exclusive section for new talent called The Breeding Ground. Several of the Breeding Ground alumni have garnered success in various areas. Joell Ortiz signed to Dr. Dre's Aftermath Entertainment in '06, "This is Why I'm Hot" Mims hit no.1 on the Billboard Hot 100, and Serius Jones signed to DTP, the home of artists Ludacris and Bobby Valentino.
"The Breeding Ground is definitely an honor. I mean who wouldn't want to be featured on the biggest hip-hop website on the planet," says R.E.U.B about his new designation.
In the summer of 2007, R.E.U.B's single "Lamborghini Doors" was featured on the website after catching the ears of Allhiphop staff. "He actually possess a skill that many who call (themselves) MC's do not; the ability to put songs together," says hip-hop journalist, Serge Fleury, from Allhiphop.com. The interview covers how R.E.U.B connected with DJ/Producer Clinton Sparks on his new album, the true meaning of Lamborghini Doors, and why intelligent rappers can still be popular. In addition to Allhiphop, R.E.U.B has been featured on CMJ.com, Nobodysmiling.com and graced the cover of On Wax Magazine along with winning several iStandard showcases as a producer.
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R.E.U.B's Allhiphop.com featured songs include:
R.E.U.B has enlisted the likes of Clinton Sparks (DJ/Producer/entrepreneur) for his early '08 Hip-Hop album release of "The (Black) Rapper Show", a parody of VH1 Ego Trip's "The White Rapper Show". Clinton Sparks had this to say about the album, "Music is hot. I really like the CD." The (Black) Rapper Show opens up to the world like "Lamborghini Doors", the album's lead single. The album includes all original production by "The Clinic" which includes R.E.U.B, along with fellow producers Olawale and Proverb.