Louisiana is considered a large contributor of the Rap Music Scene. It is widely known that Louisiana Hip-Hop have been putting it down hard and it’s much appreciated. And now a joint venture business arrangement between 26th Element / Dynamic Entertainment distributed through Bungalo Universal and Recording Artist Michael Angelo with Dynamic Entertainment of Bastrop, LA has created a new Genre of Hip-Hop Music with great potential.
So for the entire DJ scene, emcees and Hip-Hop artist out there that stays constantly on the grind, going from show to show rocking cafes and crowds. There is a new product on the scene, be sure to listen for three new sounds – Ms Hot Body/ Bad One and Jeggin by the new exciting Artist Michael Angelo of Dynamic Music Entertainment – and Remember every main stream artist had to start somewhere and most likely that starting point was what we like to call the underground, so keep your head up.
Yes, that’s right, an agreement between Dynamic Entertainment – the label that created this new and very unique sound – and the CEO of 26th Element Records – Mr. Chris Thomas – has brought this sound to the forefront ready to thrill and tantalize crowds everywhere. And with distribution by Bungalo Universal the stage just became world size and ready to receive. Hip hop music, like any other genre of music, has dramatically changed our society. Hip hop music has influenced the way we interact with each other, how we eat and drink, and even our perception of success. Hip Hop music – also called rap music — defies normal conventions in music, altering what we think is right to create an upbeat, gritty style that continues to gain popularity even today. In essence, hip hop music has also become a telescope into a culture that many would never see without the rappers lighting the way. However, there is much more to hip hop music than meets the eye. That is where the newest label on the Hip Hop scene comes into play.Artists such as Lil Wayne, the Hot Boys, B.G. and Juvenile in particular, made it big because of Universal Records. Cash Money big break came in 1997 when the label’s most popular artists caught the attention of Universal Records executives. Lets’ face it Louisiana Hip-hop overall is a big influence within today’s society. And not long ago was it only being performed in the parks or in the lunch room cafeteria. But now a new player is on the scene. Bastrop, Louisiana is the scene of the newest Big Boy on the Block.