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Hip Hop star DMC releases new single with Grammy Blues Artist

07-09-2014 | Music Releases
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What happens when you put a Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Hip-Hop Icon with a Grammy Award-Winning Blues legend together on one song?
The answer is "NEXT LEVEL"!

Masterminded by Super Producer Sonix The Mad Scientist the track is the perfect blend of blazing Blues Harmonica, mighty rap and Sonix' hard-hitting unique sound.

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Darryl "DMC" McDaniels is a legendary music icon. Grammy nominated Run-DMC changed music, culture, fashion, language and made American history. In 2009 Run-DMC was inducted into the Rock n Roll Hall of Fame. Darryl is also an Emmy Award-Winner for his VH1 documentary DMC: My Adoption Journey.

"Run-DMC took hardcore hip-hop from an underground street sensation to a pop-culture phenomenon." - Rolling Stone

"(Run-DMC)...Greatest Hip Hop Artist of All Time" - VH1

Sugar Blue Grammy Award-Winning harmonica genius has been called the Jimi Hendrix of harmonica. He has played and recorded with Willie Dixon, Prince, Rolling Stones, Stan Getz, Bob Dylan, only to name a few...

"...like a true genius, his sound transcends genres." - BLURT

"...one of the foremost harmonica players of our times..." - ROLLING STONE

Sonix The Mad Scientist an acclaimed musician and producer has worked with A-listers David Bowie, Sean "P. Diddy" Combs, DMC (Run-DMC), Travis Barker (Blink 182), Sebastian Bach (Skid Row), 50 Cent, members of Guns N Roses and many others... "Next Level" is a precursor to his upcoming EP "Reloaded 1378."

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