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Therapy 101
  • Artist: Foefive Da God
  • Label: CD Baby
  • UPC: 634479826276
  • Item #: 1432397X
  • Genre: Rap/Hip Hop
  • Release Date: 7/11/2008
  • Rank: 1000000000
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Therapy 101 on CD

Artist: Foefive Da God Genre: Hip-Hop Style: Hip-Hop, Dirty South, FreeStyle For those who think Hip Hop or rap is dead, set your attention and focus on something new. A fresh new style of lyrics and music is here and he goes by the name of Foefive Da God. Who would of thought that it would come this far, creator of his own independent record company, recording engineer, producer, and untouchable rap artist, continues to add to his list of accomplishments. Born and raised out of North Omaha, Nebraska, Foefive has always had a vision of being sccessful in the music business. \'Being where I\'m from I had very little to motivate me to be successful, but I still knew I had to do something to make things happen. In most neighborhoods I found myself faced with gangs, violence, and drugs.\' When asked about his goal in music, Foefive explains \'It\'s to become a legend and do it staying independent. I see so many artist sell their souls just to be seen only for a few moments. I for one just refuse to go out that way.\' Foefive\'s music is seen by many as motivational and very creative. Foefive also explains that \'Too many rappers are stuck on the same content: Drugs, hoes, cars, and money. There\'s so many topics that you can speak on I always try and feed people with something new.\' With his new relase \'Therapy 101\' under StreetMilitary Records, this album is exactly what real hip-hop fans need; \'Real Hip-Hop!\'