Real Music for Real People
The Landlordz were Formed in '94 / '95 season by Lord Sho and Rebel Quest in Quest's basement. They made a demo song in 1997 with a track from Rad (Rad and Quick) but never took music serious enough to release it. Lord Sho later hooked up with the rapper Dizzazzter at a session. Dizzazzter, aka Dizzy, found a connection with DBC a local producer, and he and Sho made two songs, High Noon and Double Dragons. In 1999, Sho began to piece together his own studio for the Lordz to record with. Lord Sho's home studio was used to produce and write the tracks for their Debut Album. The Album: 2001 A.D The Year of the Lordz, which was produced right in Lord Sho's home studio was rerecorded and released under LoPro Records in 2001. The Landlordz used to perform at a local club called the Rythym Room on open mic night and even opened for Jadakiss and the Lox in Erie, PA back in 2002. The Lordz bring Raw, Underground Hip-Hop from Cleveland. One of the best groups not to have a deal. Raw recordings with raw Lyrics to match. These Cats deserve a listen. Just Finished their sophmore album, 'Real Music For Real People' Featuring songs from LandLord family affiliates: The Camp Mob (S.T and Shorty), Dizzazzter, B Good, BamBam of Rulership Ent., and R&B singer Lucky.