MP3 B-CIDE - The Self Proclaimed King
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Kurz-Beschreibung von CDbaby: Pop in his new CD, “The Self-Proclaimed King,” and his distinct, raspy voice grabs the listener’s attention from the intro. “I guess it is kind of like if Lil’ Jon had a white kid from Utica,” B-Cide joked. “I don’t know how to describe my sound it’s ju
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His name represents underestimated talent. “It’s about those collaborations with unknown artists that get released on the “B” side of a hot single,” said B-Cide.
Since 1998 B-Cide has dedicated his life to his passion for making music. Born and raised in Utica, New York, B-Cide lives and breathes for the art. What started as just him and his friends messing around for fun evolved into his life passion. “I really can’t think of anything else most of the time,” said B-Cide. “Music is my life.”
Pop in his new CD, “The Self-Proclaimed King,” and his distinct, raspy voice grabs the listener’s attention from the intro. “I guess it is kind of like if Lil’ Jon had a white kid from Utica,” B-Cide joked. “I don’t know how to describe my sound it’s just me”
Master P, C-Murder, Ludacris and David Banner are inspirations of B-Cide and their influence comes across in his rhymes. “I don’t try to be like anyone. Most of my inspiration comes from life in general but I do listen to a lot of Southern music,” said B-Cide.
B-Cide’s new album features 20 tracks and three bonus cuts. It is a mix of horror-core rap, club beats, and sentimental rhymes about life lessons and growing up in a broken home. “I will write about my mom having a bad day at work and then some shit about shooting a cop,” said B-Cide. “I don’t stick to one particular style. If I’m feeling a certain vibe from a beat I just get something in my head. I’ll lay down a track that is all fact and then one like ‘I didn’t kill this bitch,’ which just tells some crazy story that is a 100 percent escape from reality.”
“The Self-Proclaimed King” is B-Cide’s second solo album. “I am continuously evolving and I think my first album, ‘Upstate Madness: Welcome to Utica’ (2003) was a little more angry,” said B-Cide. “The new one is more in-your-face. Ya’ll are gonna know I am the king and I’m dropping my mic in the middle of the city.”
B-Cide has dropped numerous mix-tapes including 2006’s “Fuck The Haters ‘The Mix Tape,’ and 2003’s compilation with other local artists, “The Big East.” The mix tapes are getting plenty of street credibility and B-Cide even got personal props from C-Murder’s record label, TRU Records for a remix he did on the rapper’s latest video.
B-Cide has performed in New York City, Ohio, New Orleans and Michigan. “Performing is where it is at,” said B-Cide. “I will perform for one or 100,000 people, it is what I do. If I get that chance I am gonna rule the world.”
B-CIDE features long time partner, SHYSTY on this album, not only rapping but producing beats for the album. Not only will label mate SHYSTY be on the album, but X-KAL will be featured as well, not only rapping, but
producing a majority of beats for the album. B-CIDE will be featuring
hometown rappers from BRICK MONEY ENT. - G.A. & R. DOLLAZ for a little more of that East Coast flavor. B-CIDE also has a feature with the infamous and controversial West Coast Bay Area Horrorcore rapper MARS which is sure to leave an impact a listener will not soon forget. Adding a little R&B flavor to the album is EastSide Productions own JAMES MEENAN who really brings an amazing hook to the track I DON’T KNOW which is about a lost love of B-CIDE’s.