Hip Hop Blues

Hip Hop Blues

This marks a new start of a genre I call Hip Hop Blues. Hip Hop Blues is like Blues that came from the south. The blues has deep roots in American history, particularly African-American history. The blues originated on Southern plantations in the 19th Century.

Its inventors were slaves, ex-slaves and the descendants of slaves – African-American sharecroppers who sang as they toiled in the cotton and vegetable fields. It’s generally accepted that the music evolved from African spirituals, African chants, work songs, field hollers, rural fife and drum music, revivalist hymns, and country dance music.

The blues grew up in the Mississippi Delta just upriver from New Orleans, the birthplace of jazz. Blues and jazz have always influenced each other, and they still interact in countless ways today.

So what that being said Hip Hop Blues is for that producer dj of cutting edge sounds. That relates to his or tribulations. Creating tracks with in the soul of no boundaries of mainstream. Just the relaxation of doing what they enjoy, making music.

So now I will introduce my first song off my next album to drop next year. HIP HOP BLUES by DJ C-LO a.k.a. BREAKFADER, The Shadow In The Light. I call this first track Be So Hard, when you trying to get to know somebody or be with somebody. And they do everything they can to let you know too leave them the hell alone. Instead of just telling you, they keep on letting you enjoy the ride.

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6 December 2011 TRACKS , ,

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