SECT Music and Entertainments:
Black Fist Movement Project
by Hiphop Kollabahz
The Black Fist Movement is Hiphop KOLLABAHZ
first official project schedule for release. The Project primarily focuses
on the conscious awakening of our communities and the pursuit of the
actions necesary to ecxel as a unit. The content of this project and the concept surrounding it is being compiled to inspire, motivate, solidify, encourage, educate and empower its listeners.
Hiphop Kollabahz is comprised of Various Artists of many genres from the KOLLABAHZ network community whose knowledge of politics, sociology, economics, religion, culture, and hunger for the truth and sharing it, is exemplified throught their artistry, painting very detailed descriptions of atrocities, inequalities, and injustices that we tend to ignore as a collective. therefore, rewarding the listener with being brought to speed on whats really going on and blinded, or distracted by frivolous entertainment.
The compilation of this project is one that we ...
The mixtape entitled "confused symbology" is full of just that, powerful, CONFUSED SYMBOLOGY. Powerful for the strong messages that Whisper has encoded into his verses aimed at opening the ears and mind of the conscious and perhaps confused if you are not one with one eye open. The SECT MUSIC produced project was one of the quickest productions put together that I've witnessed. The week of April 8-15 Whisper was clearly in a zone and held no prejudices over tracks, topics and definitely held no punches.
For a week straight in production, the artist also known as Thug Nasty laid two songs per night to complete the 12 song album. His basis for this hunger, was well, " I don't have time to waste, I'm only getting older." that statement only made Whisper's hunger more intense as he went on to release "Options" and Dance like fools" days after the ...
The fixtape2: supervised release
by: SECT Music Kollabahz
The FixTape 2: Supervised Release LP is the follow up to the Un-released 2010 FixTape Volume 1 project by Orlando based hip-hop group Above Everything. The project suffered a major hit near deadline date as computer malfunction wiped clean all masters and instrumentals, leaving no traces of the project with exception to the lead single "Purple Chick" , and the single "fixtape" which is only in an un-finished mp3 version... which became the seeds for [FixTape2] supervised release.
Lonely at the top
by: Above Everything
An entire mixtape of Exclusive productions, conceptual balance, and well thought of lyrics, by musically talented artists is what you can expect from the obviously different Orlando Florida based Hiphop group known as Above Everything. the mixtape's most moving element lies on it's marching band type tracks produced by "the producers idol" Vello. As he is referred to by his label mates. Versatile lyrics that provoke thought, challenges common thinking, demanded the focus, and all in a smooth demeanor describes the chicago born Illy aka Mr Versatilty. Dirty dude brings the southern seasonings, the detailing, and semi-consciousness to the group. All working synergenically to raise them in their positions at the top... where it's lonely.
The mixtapes gives you a wide range of emotions and different environments on the listen. Prepare to be energized from songs like "Purple Chick" and "Purp and Black", count on being ...
Not just anybody
Not just Anybody is the follow-up EP to artist Resa Lynn's freshman album, in which she held down the number one position on the reverbnation.com charts for approximately one year, with her single "Just believe", produced by Abdul Jabar for sectmusic and entertainment.
The Album was recorded all with the intentions of being a voice for mentally, physically and verbally abused women who are in no position to speak for themselves. It was also a voice to the abusive male that women were tired of the abuse and were ready to take a stand against it on all levels.
Not just Anybody was the first single recorded for the project. Its impact on the soul made it the obvious route to follow to stay relevant to the concept and it later became the title of the entire album. It was apparently clear that Resa Lynn had truly found her ...