Washington, DC (PRWEB) June 21, 2013
DCOE, which stands for DC Over Everything, is the new single from Murph’s upcoming album titled, "Music and Madness." The song, by all assumptions, is a tune about representing Washington, DC as "the city that's better than yours!" Funds will cover shooting, editing, special effects, travel, a viral music video marketing campaign, Internet/Social Media marketing, video submissions/promotions, etc. Any extra funds will be used to do another video.
The album 'Music and Madness' is an endeavor by Murph Law to make socially conscience hip hop lyrics blend with "radio ready," hit quality tracks, an unconventional strategy that counters the notion that violence, sex, drugs and alcohol are the best subjects used to sell records. This album provides a much needed change of pace in hip hop that is clever, relevant and relates to everyone, while touching on noted social issues. Murph’s philosophy is that all you need is to be interesting, artistically creative and thought provoking.
Murph says, "I believe that 'Music and Madness' is a great project that will benefit the hip hop community and the amount of money we are hoping to raise through Kickstarter will enable this project to make a real impact."
Contributing to this project has some great rewards, including: limited edition-branded "geek" glasses, pre-released extended version of the album, a 4 hour studio session with Murph Law, a cameo in the next music video and more. Hip hop is full of negative images, but there are some beacons of light, i.e. Common, Lupe Fiasco, The Roots, Talib Kweli, Kendrick Lamar, etc. But that’s not enough! Murph Law will be a powerful addition to this trend of hip hop protagonists.
Crowdfunding allows artists like Murph to be successful despite what record labels and radio stations say are formulas for a hit record. Find out all about Murph Law at http://www.MurphTheMusic.com.
About Crowd Funding
Crowdfunding enables people with a great business idea to ask the general public for the funding they need to set up or expand. The business sets a target for the money it wants to raise and explains how it will use the cash. People can then make pledges for small amounts of money in return for a reward if the target is reached.