Music lovers are being introduced to a unique new sound in Camden NJ. It can be described as, highly charged, and sometimes politically motivated rap and R&B. Like the making of a diamond, the diverse and destructive streets, that Camden is known for, has born a truly unique product worthy of world wide exposure.
(PRWEB) April 24, 2005 -- Camden has had its fair share of hardships. Once
ranked the poorest city in the nation, it now holds the title of America’s most
dangerous city. Now one of Camden’s best, and underappreciated, assets is rising
up from the rubble.
To date, Shephatiah Harvey has produced dozens of local artist and his company, Trauma Center Productions is poised to show the world the talented representatives of Camden’s unique, “from the ground up”, flavor.
While Camden is rediscovering its gems in education, and a fast growing biotech sector, music prospectors are taking notice of the raw and diverse hip hop talent residing there too. TC Productions, A.K.A. The Trauma Center is at the epicenter of this music movement and can be credited for raising the pulse in heart of Camden’s hip hop, jazz, and R&B underground.
Music lovers are being introduced to a unique new sound in Camden NJ. It can be described as, highly charged, and sometimes politically motivated rap and R&B. Like the making of a diamond, the diverse and destructive streets, that Camden is known for, has born a truly unique product worthy of world wide exposure. Artists at TC Productions are sure to appeal, nationwide, to an audience hungry for the specific hip-hop language that conveys a true glimpse of life from the ground up.
One of Trauma Center’s premiere rap artists, “Calhoon”, has released his first album, “No Remedy”, and his debut music video is scheduled to air in April on local cable access program WYBE’s Urban Xpression.
Company founder, former “DJ Rocksteady” also tempers his hip-hop flare and emerges as “Shephatiah”, his true name to deliver “Look Who’s Talkin all Dat Jazz”. This 19 track Album is an outstanding conglomeration of music technology and pure jazz sound. This is the “New” Modern Jazz and one of the biggest innovations in the genre since Herbie Hancock’s “Future Shock”.
Music lovers should take stock because Camden may soon join the ranks of St. Louis, Atlanta, and Detroit, as the next city to serve America’s appetite for fresh new, hip-hop, jazz, and R&B, sound.
Log onto www.traumacenterproduction.com to listen to new music releases as well as to view all of the music videos produced at the “Trauma Center”.
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