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Posted in News on November 3, 2011 by SOBs

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Ghetto Metal Featured In The Source

Posted in Alumni, News, Photos, SOBs Event on April 7, 2011 by SOBs

The Source Magazine sponsors the monthly Bazaar Royale curated Ghetto Metal show here at SOBs, so they know first hand high energy show that happens every time. 

Check out the newest issue of The Source on stands [with Gucci Mane on the cover..

Flowing Like The Nyle

Posted in Music Downloads, News, SOBs Radar, Uncategorized on March 4, 2011 by SOBs

A Philly born veteran of the New York City Underground, Nyle has spent the past half-decade on a journey through rap that has acquired a legion of followers who identify with his persona as much as they are entertained by his storytelling. Upon his acceptance to New York University, Nyle would become a staple within New York City’s SinSin Circuit, (one of the city’s most respected collections of rappers) winning the Off-the-Head Game Show Battle, and 2006 Best Freshman MC award.

(Click pic to listen to Frosh!)

2007 saw the release of his debut album Frosh. A chronicling of his freshman year at New York University, Frosh quickly became a cult sensation that rose to the top of college charts as Nyle filled venues around the East Coast from clubs to college auditoriums.

  

Nyle closed out his college career headlining a sold-out concert which featured Hip Hop staples Asher Roth, Kidz In the Hall, 88 Keys, Izza Kizza, and Hot 97’s Peter Rosenberg. The following day, Nyle release a music video for his hit cover single ‘Let The Beat Build’, which was immediately proclaimed as one of the year’s most innovative music videos. The video garnered tremendous buzz, and was a featured piece on websites ranging from Gawker to Nah Right to Kanye West’s blog, KanyeUniversecity.

Nyle has translated his growing buzz into performance success. In 2009 Nyle performed at the Brooklyn Hip Hop Festival alongside legendary acts such as Dead Prez, Black Thought from the Roots and Pharoahe Monch. The following week, he was premiered his new song ‘GangReal’ in a live performance/interview on MTVs ‘It’s On With Alexa Chung.’

Now, a well-respected NYC artist with a steadily growing following, he is set to release his next LP entitled Capstone, later this summer, in conjunction with a collection of video releases.

Thanks to www.refinedhype.com we can now download “Trailer”, which is his new mixtape…Enjoy!

http://www.refinedhype.com/hyped/entry/nyle-trailer-mixtape/

Machine Gun Kelly Live In Boston, MA

Posted in Live Footage, Live Show, News, Show Recap, SOBs Radar, Uncategorized, Videos on February 11, 2011 by SOBs

Phenomenal Machine Gun Kelly show footage from this past weekends show in Boston courtesy of our friends at MostDope. If you’ve ever seen MGK perform live you know that he’s a beast, i’ve never seen someone put so much pride and energy into their live performances. This show was no exception with Kells swinging upside down from a pole on the ceiling while rapping in the middle of his performance… see for yourself.

Stevie Wonder Nailing Down Apollo Theater Hall Of Fame Induction

Posted in Live Show, News, Photos, Uncategorized, Videos on February 8, 2011 by SOBs

Contributed by: Suzanne Biello

courtesy of google.com

    Stevie Wonder will be inducted into the Apollo Theater’s Apollo Legends Hall of Fame in New York City at a gala in his honor in June. The theater made the announcement on Wednesday, noting that Wonder first took to the Apollo stage in 1962 at the age of 12. He was a child performer in Berry Gordy’s Motown Revue. Since then, the multi-instrumentalist has gone on to write and sing such hits as “I Just Called to Say I Love You” and “Isn’t She Lovely?” from hit albums including Talking Book, Innervisions and Songs in the Key of Life.  He has performed several times at the theater from the 1980s onward, singing at the Save the Apollo concert and a series of solo shows in 2005. Previous inductees into the Apollo Legends Hall of Fame include Michael Jackson, Ella Fitzgerald, Quincy Jones, Aretha Franklin, and Smokey Robinson.

For your viewing pleasure: 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7-fp3a9cjaA

Get To Know Tanya Morgan

Posted in News, SOBs Radar on January 31, 2011 by SOBs

If you don’t know Tanya Morgan, you need to. The LA Times has recently taken notice of the group and has written an amazing article describing them as “one of the finest groups of their generation.” Click the picture above to read!

Marsha Ambrosius’ “Late Nights, Early Mornings” To Be Released On March 1st

Posted in Alumni, Live Footage, News, Photos, Videos on January 25, 2011 by SOBs

J Records announced late last week that “Late Nights, Early Mornings” will release on March 1, 2011. The album features collaborations with label-mate Alicia Keys, as well as Grammy Award-winning producers Dre & Vidal. Former Floetry member Marsha Ambrosius had further postponed her solo debut,” Late Nights, Early Mornings”. After a stretch with Dr. Dre’s Aftermath Entertainment, the English born singer is expected to reveal her premier album via J Records. After reportedly being set to release in October and afterward November of this year,” Late Nights, Early Mornings” was anticipated to release of January of 2011. At present, the album is scheduled to feature Hip Hop artists including Fabolous, Maino, (as heard on “Hope She Cheats On You (Remix)” and others. Previously, Marsha has worked with Game, Outkast, Slum Village and Little Brother.

Marsha – Live from SOB’s