All you Hip-Hop heads and especially Wu-Tang supporters listen up! Guest appearances by: Solomon Childs Beretta 9 (Killarmy) The Black Knights Christ Bearer (Northstar) and more The hip-hop movement has stormed through almost every place both nationwide and worldwide. And now the time has come for Orange County, California to become a part of hip-hop history. Orange County has undeniable been misrepresented in those popular television shows -- and it's time for 71RAW to show everyone that as much as the bourgeoisie lifestyle exists in the O.C., so does the hip-hop way of life. 71Raw, in which the name is derived from the area code 714, is represented by Anthai, Martial Art, and Broken Tongue. Their history began when they all met in 1996 -- Martial Art and Broken Tongue being childhood friends and then meeting Anthai during high school. It was after they met that their interest in emceeing and DJing slowly matured into full-grown, solid passion for creating music. It was in 1999 they first started making music and in 2004, they released their first album, '71Raw Project.' And, as luck (and, with no doubt, their talent) would have it, in 2005, 71Raw got the opportunity to be introduced to some of the Wu-Tang memebers by Christ Bearer of Northstar (Wu-Tang West Coast Killa Beez). Some of those Wu-Tang members include Rza, Method Man, Black Knights, Beretta 9, and Freemurda -- just to name a few. So, the journey to work on their second album began that same year. After three years 71Raw has put together another underground Hip-Hop album entitled 'Ninja Guidance,' which was produced 95% by Anthai and 5% by Martial Art. The album is honored to have guest appearances from Wu-Tang affiliated, including Solomon Childs, Beretta 9 (Killarmy), Black Knights, Christ Bearer (Northstar), and Pesha (Blackball Ent.). It was 71Raw's goal to make an album that would take their fans back to the music of the golden Hip-Hop era that they grew up on: 90's Hip-Hop! And, 'Ninja Guidance' became the end result. Without any phony A&R or any type of management telling them how to make their album, 71Raw had 100% full control of their creativity to make this album raw and rough for their fans. This album will take you back to the days of Blackmoon, Wu-Tang, Jeru The Damaja, and Gangstarr - 18 songs that will make you crave for more raw sh#t!!! So, sit back and let your mind become saturated with the raw and grimy lyrics of 71RAW. The 71Raw sound is definitely one of a kind -- something that can't be found in mainstream hip-hop today. It's grimy, dark, spiritual, fundamental, lyrical, and, most importantly, it's 'Raw'. Produced by Anthai da Protagonist.