Universal DJ Sect produced this new one from one of Portland’s finest, Serge Severe, and this will be Serge’s final track of 2015. There will be more to come, trust me but for now, find out how to “Adapt & Master” the power you need for balance and strength in life.
“Wasabi Flow” is the new cut from Portland’s Serge Severe, given to you by producer Zapata who merge to let you know they are here to hurt you, nicely and in song.
Portland are now soccer champions when the Timbers won the MLS Cup this past weekend and despite the fact the city is going through heavy rains this week, it isn’t stopping anyone in Bridgetown, especially Serge Severe. This MC has worked with Universal DJ Sect for the super nice “Credentials” and they both share their infinite potentials in this new cut. Download this track now, while supplies last.
Read the e-mail about this new song by Serge Severe after the fact, for it’s the introduction to a series of songs he’s releasing at the end of the week called “Severe Saturdays”. It being Monday, I’m late but I will be sure to keep an eye on it the next time. This one is produced by Theory Hazit called “Emptied Cup”, so bring your cup out and get ready for new music from Serge every Saturday for awhile.
It has been awhile since Portland MC Serge Severe and producer Zapata worked together but they’re back once again with a new track for the “New Generation”. If you’ve been waiting for something new from them, this is not the only song they did togetheer. Let’s just say that more music from their current collaborations will be headed your way soon. Download this song, while supplies last.
When you have someone who tells you that they rap and that they rap well, it’s best that you put him together with a powerful producer to see what kind of magic they’re able to create. That is exactly what two men from Portland, Oregon have done when Serge Severe and Gen. Erik worked together once again for “Stay Alive”, the video of which was directed by Sam Lingle, so find out how they’re getting down in Bridgetown.
Serge Severe seems to be ending the year on a good note with hope for more tomorrow, so here is how he did it: with a track produced by Zapata called “Pepper Spray”. This sounds and is important, it should be a song worth listening to and taking to heart.
Boom Bap & Bars Vol. 1 is the EP Portland’s Serge Severe did with producer 5th Sequence last summer, and the music is still going strong, ehough for Serge to do a new video for it. This one is for “The Bottom Line” and if the video drives you to want to hear more, the EP is still available as a free download.
The headlines will tell you that some people are having issues with Portland hip-hop, but the problems are being misfocused. If people would pay attention, they would understand how good the talent is and how it can be taken to the next level. Serge Severe and Gen.Erik understand this all too well and thus they merged together to great “Giant”, but they also bring in X-Ecutioners DJ Total Eclipse to raise things to a higher level. This is that level, step up to each one of them.
Serge will be going on tour with DJ Wels as part of the Welcome To Dillaville tour, which features Slum Village and Bizarre Ride Live, the latter featuring Slimkid3 (that’s Tre Hardson) and Fatlip (that’s Fatlip), formerly of The Pharcyde. Show up early.
May 4… Seattle, WA (The Crocodile)
May 5… Portland, OR (Hawthorne Theatre)
May 6… Eugene, OR (WOW Hall)
May 8… Oakland, CA (Yoshi’s)
May 9… Santa Cruz, CA (The Catalyst)
May 10… Fresno, CA (Strummer’s)
May 11… San Luis Obispo, CA (SLO Brew)
May 12… Los Angeles, CA (El Rey)
May 13… Santa Ana, CA (Observatory)
May 14… Las Vegas, NV (Insert Coin(s))
Last year you may have checked out Boom Bap & Bars Vol.1, a great EP by Portland’s Serge Severe & 5th Sequence. If you have, then get ready for a video for the opening track. It’s the perfect opening track, maybe something you desire, if not need, after a long night. Maybe a bad day of work, maybe you went to a show, maybe you’re getting off of some high from some unknown substance. What you will need is “Strong Coffee”, and I mean not only a good cup of coffee but also the song. Check out the video as Serge takes a stroll through NE Portland with his cup of java.