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Sunday, January 12, 2014

MC Spotlight: E. HARPER

This versatile artist has a firm grasp on the knowledge and wisdom of life derived from being raised in various neighborhoods, with his fourteen brothers. The success and failures that he witnessed have brought him a unique understanding of this game called life. From Shoalin to the Boogie Down Bronx, from East Flatbush Brooklyn to money-making Manhattan, from Jamaica Queens to the Heights of Westchester's exclusive Sunset Drive, E. Harper has experienced the flava that flows from living in all of these neighborhoods.
From "wicked" freestyles with catchy hooks, and hardcore tracks to down south "bounce" tracks, E. Harper is no stranger to switching up his flow. He can be categorized as an underground rapper with superior lyrics. E. Harper does more than just "spit bars." His topics are life related and unlimited. Today's Hip-Hop scene is saturated with rappers who rely on solely on production or a great hook. Those high-caliber lyricist from the past have obviously faded fast Harper finds a way to stress life's lessons without being to preachy, while at the same time maintaining an seemingly effortless flow.
After attending Five Towns for Music Business. E. Harper has made a commitment to jump-starting a lengthy career in the music industry. Whether it involves being an artist or "ghostwriting," or both, E. Harper certainly has what it takes. Teaming up with the brightest up-and coming producers, rappers and singers to create several compilations of songs ranging from street, to commercial and even some "Dirty South" flava exposing his songwriting ability and overall versatility.
Out of the Wild Wild West that is Westchester County comes E. Harper, the Flow General, who will be stressing life's lessons until the day everyone wakes up with his knowledge. Harper is the leader and what follows is the New World Order inside and outside of the Hip-Hop.


"GraveShift" HD - SeeS Performance at the Ellora Caves in India OFFICIAL VIDEO (S Double E S)

On my last trip to India I visited the Ellora caves and was inspired to do an impromptu performance of my latest track "GraveShift"!

One of the caves I recorded in is 2500 years old and took 7000 people 200 years to create. I was inspired by the artistic aspect of what they created and how it could truly last forever. Nothing better illustrates the concept of #GraveShift and building a lasting legacy that does not die with the artist(s). 

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Song: GraveShift
Artist: SeeS ft. Theo Manchyld
Album: SeeS Between The Lines
Label: CT Corporate Takeover
Date: Jan 2014