並在此誠懇的希望各位 不要用下載的方式支持原創好音樂 希望大家以實際購買的行動支持原創著作者!! We support good soul & music, We keep'in going.One luv!!
Record label:Plug Label
With a style often compared to that of Common, Q-tip and Kanye West, Kero One, a San Francisco rapper/producer/DJ, stands as a true testament to the do-it-yourself success story.
Using only home recording equipment and his personal credit card, Kero One pressed and released his first 12” single in 2003 on his own imprint, Plug Label. Without any experience as to how he should distribute his new record, Kero One spent endless hours researching, cold calling, and seeking help from friends. Of the 50 copies that were eventually distributed around the world, one landed in a tiny record store in Tokyo, Japan. A few weeks later, it was found by a Japanese DJ who played it at a club that night and received dozens of inquires, including a Japanese label executive who immediately contacted Kero One and asked for 3,000 copies of the record.
The record became a hit in Japan almost overnight, and Kero One was invited to tour the country just a few months afterwards. He performed in cities throughout Japan where he was greeted by hundreds of fans waiting to take photographs and autographs, much to his surprise. It was at this point that making a career out of music became a reality. Kero One went on to finish his first album, Windmills of the Soul, in 2005, handling everything from playing instruments and rapping to sound engineering. Without a strong label backing or a street team, Kero One handled almost all of the business himself. From promotions and marketing, manufacturing, finances, art direction, and web design, Kero One personally handed out promos to tastemakers anywhere he could find them. Eventually the hard work paid off, and Kero One quit his job as a web designer in 2006 to pursue music full time.
Since 2006, Kero One has been awarded the title of Best Hip Hop Album of 2006 from Leemix magazine, topped iTunes hip hop charts, received positive reviews from the likes of Will.i.am (Black Eyed Peas), and continued touring all over the world. Kero One toured Japan two more times and also played throughout Europe, Australia, Korea, Taiwan, The Philippines, Canada, and the States with artists like KRS-1, EPMD, Blu & Exile, DJ Cash Money, and DJ Kentaro. Additionally, Kero One has kept busy collaborating with Talib Kweli, Epik High (Korea) and Mark Farina. In 2007, Kero One opened his first office and recording studio in downtown San Francisco to house his fledging hip-hop/dance/funk imprint, Plug Label, releasing over a dozen records and CDs.
In 2009, Kero One presents his official sophomore album, Early Believers, featuring some of his favorite singers and vocalists such as Giles Peterson protégé UK singer Ben Westbeech, Finland's own modern day "Stevie Wonder," Tuomo, and Portland's Ohmega Watts, to name a few. This is an album that modulates from soulful jazz tinged tracks to upbeat synth-driven party bangers, all showcasing Kero One’s growth and maturity as a writer, composer, vocalist and arranger.
My skin against your skin-專輯名稱Rabbit is rich (前身 兔子很有錢)
My skin against your skin, Post-Punk曲風冷熱善變,魅力驚人,以迷人的聲線唱出時而挑逗時而爆發力十足的多變樣貌。女主唱狂亂擺動的黑髮及神祕的妝容形象,增加了許多可看性。也樹立了她獨特的地位,常常讓人禁不住就把焦點放在她的身上。讓我們不能自己的凝視著、聆聽著。 音樂劃破了ㄧ切偽裝、壓抑與平凡; 讓知覺奔馳出發。在狂暴的聲響中能聽到細膩的表情,都將滲入你的血管妳的毛細孔.......
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