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Friday, April 26, 2013
New Orleans hip-hop artist Harn SOLO performs with DJ @JaySkillz at music hot spot - Frenchmen Street during French Quarter Festival (2013).
The film also captures a candid freestyle and interview with fellow Nola artist @Underdogcentral, who recently came off tour with Mickey Factz.
Tuesday, April 2, 2013
Hip-hop’s fascination with outer space has been well documented to the point where rapper aliens have become a worn-out trope. MCs really have to go the extra creative mile to avoid the space-voyaging clichés. That’s where Harn Solo comes in. Journey to the Sky is more than just bloated space raps. Solo constructs an album that brings the moon’s surface right down to Frenchmen Street—one sonic foot in a fresh pair of Nikes and another in NASA space boots.
Solo’s dual citizenship is apparent on the aptly titled “Star Status,” where he shifts from a cruising flow to a double-time delivery fast enough to keep up with the Millennium Falcon. His calling card is his patented unmistakable low growl, a voice that guides the album’s narrative. Solo has an uncanny ability to ride the beat with his melodies, as evident on tracks such as “Time Machine.” The hook sticks in your head and refuses to leave. Actually, the highlights of Journey to the Sky come from the addictive melodies that beg for you to hit rewind.
But let’s not get it twisted: Harn Solo is a rapper first, and his penchant for speedy bars at a head-rattling pace at unexpected times makes every verse on his (inter)stellar album an enthralling listen. - Review by David Dennis.
Sponsored by OnPoint Productions - Harn SOLO is performing with @YuriTheArtist, @RQAway and more during French Quarter Fest weekend in New Orleans.
Come out to Dragons Den on Frenchmen Street for "Mash Out" a monthly eclectic event series with a mix of bands, artists genres and styles.
Saturday, March 23, 2013
Harn SOLO hip-hop artist from New Orleans was a guest on the March 18th, 2013 episode of Underground Sounds with host @mdbruce.
He spoke about his music, collaborating with @underdogcentral and his upcoming show with Bronx, NY hip-hop legend @MickeyFactz.
Listen - 91.1 FM KLSU radio interview
Wednesday, March 6, 2013
New Orleans based producer @ProProspek presents @YuriJones - "Strange Times" from his latest musical project, "The Polyphonic Congress".
The Guerilla Publishing Company - NYC producer Prospek invited his closest colleagues to record with all live instrumentation at Inner Recess studio in New Orleans.
Musicians, singers and rappers from around the country blessed the recording sessions that would later take on the name, "The Polyphonic Congress".
Make sure to support the 2010 New Orleans Hip-Hop Producer of the Year by purchasing the record on iTunes.
Thursday, February 28, 2013
New Orleans talent @DJRQaway is the founder and driving force behind the #Awayteam. An artist with a vision for the Crescent City and beyond.
The #Awayteam is an international network of artists and supporters who believe that social awareness can be led by the same individuals who enjoy socializing and the arts.
DJ RQAway has become a staple in the Nola music community co-hosting Reel to Real Radio at WTUL, spinning at various night clubs and performing with successful hip-hop acts.
Most notably DJ RQAway has been working with progressive hip-hop group @DeepNSpace. Watch DJ RQAway cut up the turntables in their latest video, "Rockin With Kwame" filmed in the French Quarter.