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Spoken Into Existence
  • Artist: Komandoz
  • Label: CD Baby
  • UPC: 659057809526
  • Item #: SRD780952
  • Genre: Rap/Hip Hop
  • Release Date: 9/16/2003
  • This product is a special order
  • Rank: 1000000000
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Spoken Into Existence on CD

Welcome into the world of BAH DADDY. A true unsung hero in the Hip Hop Underground. I was first exposed to Hip Hop in the late 70's by my cousin Howie-O from Spring Valley, NY. My two older brothers, S. S. Shabazz and AB Flash were both DJ's so I had the pleasure of listening to all of the 'pre-RUN DMC' phase of Hip Hop. I started writing my own rhymes when I was in the 4th and 5th grade. Hip Hop took me under it's wing, like it knew I would be a valuable asset to it's evolution. The first group that I worked with was called the Crusaders when I was in the 6th grade. The second group was the Brothers of Wisdom when I attended Irvington Tech High School in Irvington, NJ. This brings us to the crew that I'm representing now, the Komandoz, which was formed by my brother Az (a live and rough rhyme roller), my brother Natural Leaf, our mom Dr. Umm and myself. Dr. Umm has been down since the beginning. I've been influenced by a lot of artist, but Ultra Magnetic helped me find my zone the most. They were very different. The music that I write has uplifting value to it. I refuse to be a part of what's wrong with mother Earth. I've been close to being 'big time' but my team didn't consist of the right players. The hard times have made me stronger and wiser. There is no doubt about the skills I've been blessed with, so the quest is to find out whether or not I can balance the skills with the business side (which is the most important). I'm a well-rounded Hip-Hop veteran (emcee, producer, and break dancer). I just want to make music, good soul food music, and I want to make a living off the music and give conscious minded people some music to vibe to.