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Messed Up Day
  • Artist: The Legacy
  • Label: CD Baby
  • UPC: 837101103657
  • Item #: SRD110365
  • Genre: Rap/Hip Hop
  • Release Date: 12/13/2005
  • This product is a special order
  • Rank: 1000000000
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Messed Up Day on CD

The dirty south is definitely hot right now in the hip-hop genera. To add fuel to the fire of the south is the up-and-coming rap group, THE LEGACY. Lead by Will (Omee-z) Covington, and his cousin, Jonathan (Jit) Reed; thisdynamic duo is a musical force to contend with. Even though they are young in age, Omee-z (22) and Jit (19), they are extremely matured with their productions. Before the group came together, Omee-z was producing and selling beats to local Orlando artists, while Jit was rapping with the group, Chopper Squad who has performed at Russell's Club (Orlando) and various venues throughout the Central Florida area. These southern boys have been in the music spotlight since their births. Omee-z's mother is a gospel recording artist who started in the business behind-the-scenes as manager/promoter/booking agent; and his father, Jit's uncle, is a professional drummer/record producer who has worked with numerous celebrity artists including BB King on his Grammy-award album, 'Six Silver Strings', No wonder music is like a second breath for them. They bring realistic and life experiences of the hood right to your front door. From producing the tracks as well as the lyrics, their music is guaranteed to make you bounce from the thug life to the ladies and the club goers. Legacy's music is touching all walks of life; and it is a sure thing that they will leave their trademarks in the music industry.