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    Default Dreddy Kruger Presents 67 Mob album Produced Entirely By Bronze Nazareth

    Dreddy Kruger Presents 67 Mob album Produced Entirely By Bronze Nazareth






    67 Mob Records Proudly Presents: The Debut Album From 67 Mob "Raising The Bar" A&R'd by Dreddy Kruger of Think Differently Music, The 67 mob are from Dyker Heights, Brooklyn (Bensonhurst/Bay Ridge). The four childhood friends, - Lips, Grecaman & Sal Black all Italian descent and Chz of Irish descent form 67 Mob & that is Where the name of the group derived from paying homage to the block they all grew up on- 67th Street, Bensonhurst, Brooklyn. They were friends before they started working on music together and have been recording as a group for about 7 years with over 100 songs recorded.


    The first album is One of Two concept driving records that will be released within six months apart "RAISING THE BAR" produced entirely by Wu-Tang affiliate Bronze Nazareth who has produced tracks for RZA, GZA, Raekwon, Masta Killa & Immortal Technique to name a few amongst others, the 67 Mob album has 18 songs & eleven guest artists. The album is set for a Worldwide Digital release on September 29th 2009 on 67 Mob Records thru CD Baby Worldwide Distribution, Two videos have already been shot for the title track “Raising the Bar” featuring. Cutty Ranks & “You Don’t Even Know” which are the two lead singles, the singles will be hitting the internets & all the hip-hop social networking online websites in one week followed by the two videos which will be impacting on YouTube, On Smash & the 67 Mob MySpace page & website, you will also be able to Download the lead single’s & the 67 mob album on WWW.67MOB.COM.

    The album features some of hip-hops finest lyricists from the east & west coast." AZ, Buckshot, Masta Killa (Wu-Tang Clan), Kool G. Rap, Planet Asia, Sean Price, Cutty Ranks, Cannibus, Killa Priest, Bronze Nazareth & Phillie (Wisemen)"

    Group: 67 MOB > Chz, Lips, Sal Black Grecaman
    Album Title: "Raising The Bar"
    A&R Direction: Dreddy Kruger for Think Differently Music
    Produced By: Bronze Nazareth
    For more information on 67 Mob please visit:
    http://www.67mob.com
    http://www.myspace.com/67mob
    We do it for the people.


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    im interested..
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    The beats are fire. Can't say the same about the rappers tho. It's a shame they're wasted on these rappers no one's ever heard of before.
    Ghostface on 50 Cent:
    "Yo, this ape needs to stop injecting himself with them stroiods. He's acting up, he better chill out before New York puts his ass on the bench."
    Ghostface on Eminem:
    "That pilgrim needs to back off. He ain't got no street cred, thats my word."

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    Quote Originally Posted by art vandelay View Post
    lol

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    So is this dropping or what?

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    their website says its "out now"

    so check that site out, they said you can get it there
    We do it for the people.


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    Quote Originally Posted by food for thought View Post
    their website says its "out now"

    so check that site out, they said you can get it there
    I definitely will check that out.

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    been out for a while...


    there's at least two GREAT tracks, the one with Canibus and the one with Bronze, Phillie and Priest......you gotta edit out the 67 Mob dudes tho LOL


    i'll post those two joints up soon

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    aside from the Sean Price joint which is dope too (minus the hosts), the rest is pretty much garbage IMO

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    That joint they had with Sean Price on the Academy album was dope.

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    Sounds good

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    Quote Originally Posted by food for thought View Post
    The 67 mob are from Dyker Heights, Brooklyn (Bensonhurst/Bay Ridge
    a.k.a. The Difference saying check out my 1st video


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    ^That's a HUGE bitch!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigShawnEnt View Post
    That joint they had with Sean Price on the Academy album was dope.
    Speaking of the Academy l.p.; was that released in stores?; I have never been able to find it.

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