Detroit, Michigan (PRWEB) September 24, 2012
Lyrics with a powerful message, the united movement of a thriving subculture, an outlet for the overlooked, all combined with massive beats and soulful samples to create a musical recipe like no other. The Brothahood, an incredibly talented group of emcees currently leading a hip hop revolution in Australia and making monstrous noise around the world, recently dropped a mixtape that effectively pulls the poetic art of rap much closer to home. Welcome Mixtape 2.0, a revolutionary new contribution to rap culture and a positive leap forward for the reputation of the urban music community as a whole.
Mixtape 2.0 is laced with enough lyrical experience and legendary industry talent to truly justify a mixtape sequel, along with the number in the title. Featuring major artists from the powerhouse hip hop groups Bone Thugs-n-Harmony, Tupac’s very own Outlawz and the progressive Jurassic 5, The Brothahood elevates their most recent release to an entirely new level. The members of The Brothahood are far from novice emcees themselves, successfully wrapping up major tours in locations from all over the world, including the capital cities of Australia and lengthy tours in Indonesia, Malaysia and Abu Dhabi. The international movement doesn’t stop there. The Brothahood has revealed they will be returning to their loyal fans in Indonesia this November, with a highly anticipated live performance in the capital city of Jakarta. If you’re craving a taste of hip-hop’s classic flavor, Mixtape 2.0 has the original recipe that will throw you back to the heart of where the global hip hop movement began. The Brothahood absolutely flipped the game on this one, offering free downloads of each of their Mixtape 2.0 tracks on Bandcamp.
Alongside Third Media, parent of Third Records and an innovative new player in digital media marketing, The Brothahood recently released their official music video for Revolutionarily, the second track released on Mixtape 2.0, which has generated a significant amount of video plays and social media buzz for the Australian rap group. The hip hop community is thriving, hear it for yourself. Catch the beginning of a new direction in hip hop music on YouTube or taste the ear-candy via The Brothahood's official website.