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Thesaurus – “Beneficial Weekend” (Free Download)

Classick does it again!!! Another DOPE track from the Thesaurus camp out of Detroit. Always a pleasure posting content from this group. If you haven’t been following the releases from this team of emcees and producers, now is the right time to start. Thesaurus is a four man group, representing the east side of Detroit. Co-Founders of Creative Minds Corp. ( CMC ) Two emcees; B-Nix & Phil the Phenom. Two Producers; J.Woods & Classick.

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D-Town – “Fitted”

Thesaurus is a four man group, representing the east side of Detroit, Co-Founded by Creative Minds Corp ( CMC ). Two emcees; B-Nix & Phil the Phenom. Two Producers; J.Woods & Classick. Assistant producer of the most recent TruStatement.com release Plus 30 (Classick), has gone back to Detroit to collaborate with artists of his hometown. This a FREE download for lovers of hip-hop music!

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Recommended By: Free Trade

Free Trade – Plus 30 AVAILABLE NOW!!

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As a producer/emcee Free Trade’s blend of motown, hip-hop, & soul has virgin listeners shocked, jazz heads baffled, and hip-hop purists nodding their heads. A warm mix of sampled vinyl and live instrumentation (guitars, horns, rhodes, turntables, upright bass, etc) is what separates Plus 30 from other hip-hop records. The level of lyricism delivered by Free Trade is a true breath of fresh air; delivering a cadence that follows the footsteps of Pete Rock & CL Smooth , a youthful college sound resembling G Love & Special Sauce, and a vocal tone similar to Mike Posner.

“I didn’t find the best musicians, I found the most creative ones.” says Free Trade. “I contacted as many college students from around the U.S who still believe in honest and soulful music via email, text message, and facebook, and created an entire album from my bedroom.” Working within the parameters of new age media, Free Trade was able to have bass lines laid down in St. Louis, jazz samples flipped in the UK, horns tracked in Manhattan,
keyboards recorded in Boston, and the list goes on. Most of the musicians involved in Plus 30 had no prior knowledge of one another, nor did they get to hear the final product until the project was finished, creating an unspoken faith between all 30 contributors. Free Trade will quickly enter the music scene with an arsenal of 30 close contributors and an album sure to take over your radio and ipods.