You may very well know oif Apollo Brown, Verbal Kent, and Red Pill but did you know they’re involved together in a new project. They made an album together as Ugly heroes and the album will be out on June 24th called Everything In Between (Mello Music Group), which is available to pre-order below via Amazon.com.
You may be able to truly “Feel The Power” after watching the new video from Verbal Kent. Peter Stepnoski directed this one for the Verbal one as comedian Beth Stelling gets involved in everyone’s situation. The song is from the Anesthesia album out now on Mello Music Group. You may order it below via Amazon.com.
Anesthesia (Mello Music Group) is the forthcoming solo album from Verbal Kent that’ll be out a month from now, September 11th to be exact. He worked with director Peter Stepnoski to shoot the video for “Notes” and here it is. The album can be pre-ordered below via Amazon.
Apollo Brown, Verbal Kent and Red Pill released a joint album last year as Ugly Heroes, and in 2014 they are returning once again, this time with an EP. The 5-song release will be out on August 19th, which will follow with a European tour but right now, listen to a song from the forthcoming EP called “Naysayers & Playmakers”. Mello Music Group will be releasing the EP on vinyl before the end of the year.
The album is called Sound Of The Weapon, the forthcoming release by Verbal Kent and produced in its entirety by Khrysis. Mello Music Group is taking this one on, preparing for its release on the 18th of February. It’s a little over a month away, but what you can have right now is a small slice of the goodness to come in the form of “Raponomics”, the lyrics of which can be analyzed by clicking to the Bandcamp page below.
Sound Of The Weapon will also feature a remix of the title track done by 9th Wonder, which is worth waiting for. The countdown is on but again, a slice of the goodness is below.
Another free track for you from the new album by the Apollo Brown/Red Pill/Verbal Kent collaboration known as Ugly Heroes. DJ Eclipse is on this one as well, and “this one” is simply called “Ugly” but is the song itself ugly? Far from it.
Ugly Heroes (Pill, Verbal Kent, Apollo Brown) are ready to release their self-titled debut album on ?Mello Music Group next week, but any momentum is good momentum, and here’s a bit of a boost to get things going. Call it their theme song of sorts, or call it a celebration of the hero, in all of its forms.
Ugly Heroes are a trio that may be heroes to some of you, but you may not know who they are? Allow me to introduce them to you:
As a trio, Ugly Heroes are about the type of hip-hop that gets a bit deeper than most, and “Graves” is about working your entire life until you are deeper than you should be, and that’s in a graveyard with a tombstone above you. This is just one of many factors in you deciding on whether or not you should get their self-titled debut album on May 21st. Listen. Then listen again. Either way, it’s another powerful track that comes courtesy of the Mello Music Group.