The South is waving a white flag after being devastated by the North
January 1, 2013
Toledo, Ohio Ė January 1, 2013 Been a crazy couple weeks up North, Jo-Nathan and his Army of lyricists have managed to drop the hottest mixtape of the year Military Minded II, three singles from it Just Blowin', Easy and Armageddon, smack TIP down without effort while doing something that's never been done in commercial music ever when they dropped Up North from start to finish inside of 24 hours, dropped the hottest single of 2012 (Up North) and announced that the bar is raised for 2013 with the most anticipated single in the history of hip-hop Real Life Bout It being dropped 1-2-2013. All within the last two weeks.
"So far we are only letting you hear a few of our Generals, North Coast is a hundred strong of raw talent, half dozen labels sign to handle all that talent and a ton of stealth weaponry. This coming year will be a great year for this industry, you are going to see people do things lyrically that have never been done on the mic before. Our versatility is immense, we have artist of all genre, yes I said all genres. We are not focused on hip-hop solely, hip-hop is our foundation, our roots. Hip-hop is a way of life that is now mainstream and excepted by the other genres in ways that we haven't seen in the past. This industry has been reshaped by hiphop, the issue is the ones that used to have the power are greedy. They took hip-hop and commercialized it to the point that they almost ruined it. That is why we stepped up, and now that we have the power we can reshape the industry into what we as artist want it to be and what our fans want it to be. This movement is not about money, even though we are taking the money, the roots of this movement are the love of hip-hop and music in general. There is a secret I want to share with the world, the plan of money, power and respect is twisted and nothing, but course to failure. Let me explain, when you get the money first, you then buy the power and then you use that power to raise fear which you misinterpret as being respect. Our rise to power started with respect, which gave us the power to now take the money." Explains Mr. Clark.
Well there is not much for me to say, but I will close saying this. What started as a simple hip-hop beef has now turned into the Armageddon of the Music Industry.
For more information go to http://Jo-Nathan.com & http://twitter.com/jonathandatruth
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