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K. Sparks: Definition

K. Sparks is a rap artist, music producer & lyricist all in one. “[He] truly embodies the term “Real Hip Hop”. With his passionate tone and sincere lyrics, it is very clear that he is destined to be one of Hip Hop’s future stars.”

SagaBoy: Evolution – Past

Born in France, raised between Harlem NYC and Dakar, Senegal, living in Atlanta, Georgia, SagaBoy is a producer/songwriter turned hip-hop artist. He is about to release his newest album – Evolution – “Past, Present, Future” and is offering the fist CD, Evolution – “Past” free, under the Creative Commons license through FrostWire.

Cartel: Tha Throwback

An underground New York hip-hop producer, Cartel, brings his music genre back to its roots in his newest release ‘Tha Throwback’. He describes the music he produces as “grown man hip hop” for the real-life adults, who are working to support their families and “want more from their music than just (listening about)(…) sleeping with women, selling drugs, and shaking their booties.”

Ray Sytes: Guyanese Pride

Ray Sytes came to America from Guyana as a young child with his family like most immigrants for the American Dream. It's here in America that his love for Hip Hop music grew as well as his talent for the art form. He's proud to represent the cities of Brooklyn and Queens in New York with his musical talent.

Fading Ways: Share Vol. 6

Fading Ways Music’s sixth compilation album is available for free download under the creative commons license. The first four samplers have been a great success for the label and are still available on the Finding Ways Music Store for a symbolic £1.00. Volume 5 is also available under creative commons and you can find out how to download it here.

Fading Ways: Share Vol. 5

Fading Ways Music's fifth compilation album is available for free download under the creative commons license. The previous four samplers have been a great success for the label and are still available on the Finding Ways Music Store for a symbolic £1.00. This one is a nice, clean mixture of British rock, rock'n'roll and punk and has been judged to also be the heaviest thus far.