Rapper Concept Releases First Studio Album, "The Mike Myers Project"
October 31, 2013
NEW ORLEANS – October 31, 2013 – Concept, a New Orleans-based rapper, today released his first studio album, "The Mike Myers Project." It is his first album in his more than 10-year music career.
“Like anyone, I've experienced a number of ups and downs in my life," said Concept. "Music gives me an outlet to express myself. I love having the opportunity to share my life stories and musical passion with my fans. "The Mike Myers Project" has been in the making for nearly a decade and it is everything I ever wished it could be."
With 16 tracks from Concept, "The Mike Myers Project" also features production from rising producers Mouse Trax and Pugtunes. "The Mike Myers Project" is available for purchase for $9.99 from iTunes and other sites, including the Google Music Store, iHeartRadio, Last.fm, Rhapsody and Spotify.
“Concept's talent and passion put him above other rap artists aspiring to break into the industry,” said James. “We are excited to work with an artist that demonstrates such a commitment to his craft. "The Mike Myers Project" is just a preview of what fans can expect from Concept in the future.”
Concept first began rapping in the early 2000s. Since then, he has been developing songs for his first studio album. He attributes some of the industry's greatest rap artists as his influences, including Joe Budden, Nas and Kendrick Lamar.
"Concept offers a unique voice in the industry," said James. "Combining his life experiences with an inspired passion, he creates a sound that can't be heard on any radio station in the country."
Concept started working with Already Entertainment, a music production and talent management company, in 2013. Earlier this year, Concept released his first mixtape, "Mood Change." He is also featured on Already Entertainment's recently released mixtape, "Already Everything."
For more information about Concept, visit http://www.alreadyent.com. Fans are invited to follow him on Twitter and on Facebook for the latest news.
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