The White Widow Chronicles is Released

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West coast sound meets hip hop flair in the second album release from White Widow, available now at

The wait is over! Mass Destruction Records, founded in 2004, is releasing the 2nd album for their precocious hip hop band White Widow. The music is a mix of west coast beats and hip hop, a seemingly strange combination but a killer sound. The new album, the White Widow Chronicles can be purchased on itunes or at

Band member Ernie Ayala says, "Our goal as a group is to bring some 90's flavor and mix it with what is currently out there." Ayala has been writing music for over 12 years and brings a distinctive style to the band's unique sound. Ayala said, "I want to say that our style is unique… but if we must be compared you can say we are the next Cypress Hill… our music is a mix of west coast with a little bit of hip hop…"

Fans can visit the bands' MySpace page at, or listen to the music free at The album, also has a unique attribute, it is packaged in DVD casing and includes a free poster, a little extra for their loyal fan base which stretches throughout California and the West Coast.

Mainly touring on the local underground scene, White Widow has gained a following through the use of freestyle rap and innovative hard pounding west coast beats. Band members include, Cee-Jay, the youngest rapper in the group who speaks out for the younger generation, Mike Smith, Swerve, an outstanding free-styler who enlists a combination of old school and new school rap, j-eva/eclipse and is one of the best lyricist around. Mic Parish, the bands' producer and manager, uses computer software to create incredible hard pounding west coast beats. Mic also manages the recordings and works with each artist to produce and promote there albums for Mass Destruction Records. And finally, Mercenary, a rapper with the reputation to destroy any beat given using hardcore lyrics meant to stir the soul.

Check out the new White Widow album today at


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