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Shake That Shit

Shake That Shit

  • By Preacha
  • Release 28/06/2005
  • Music Genre Rap/Hip Hop
  • Media Format CDsngl
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'PREACHA' Biography Preacha: Someone who delivers a sermon, an advocate, in earnest. Preacha: A rap artist, with a message, we can all identify with as the 'truth.' Preacha is a hip-hop soloist from the East Side of Detroit who has been well schooled in the realm of rap music. After going through the ups and downs that it takes to get started in the game, he began his pilgrimage with a group known as 'Mass Confusion Productions.' Because of artistic differences he later split with the group but maintained the rights to the name. Subsequently, he formed a production company that now falls under the name 'Mass Confusion Productions.' Not only is Preacha a rhyme sayer but he's not sleeping on the business side either. Apparently there's more than rhyming to this hard-core sermonator. While opening for established acts such as 'Too Short', 'Wu Tang', 'Mystical', 'Big Mike', etc. Preacha is currently unsigned and working on a joint of his own. His style definitely has a hard-core edge but unlike countless others, Preacha is successful in delivering a realistic message. To get an ideal of his vibe, he's a unique mix of Cube, Scarface and KRS. But listening to him you would swear the mixture is truly original. Providing a rare perspective he tells you with raw delivery what he views as what's wrong in our race, culture and streets in the following verse: 'Um tired of seeing my people hongry, Tired of seeing our people not eatin, So we run around like heathens, waitin on the feedin, Stalkin' the Black Man down the block, With the Benz, So they jackin' him when he leavin', Now let me give you the reason for this treason, Or genicide even, Leavin' a whole race and a generation greivin', Don't get it twisted, they got us enlisted in a game we can't play, Ain't winnin it no way, We need to get a game of our own, Black men need to start takin care of their home, And means takin care of their own, Doing it like 'Master P' did it with Lil Rome, In the hopes that we may all get along.' And that's real. Preacha began his life grasping the mic in 1999. While enduring the growing pains and shifting from group to group he never lost his focus or the desire necessary to become a dope hip-hop artist. Among the many who grew up in a screwed up environment, Preacha experienced the pains that accompany it. Among the few to transcend the odds he turned his attention to achieving the rapping skills he now maintains. Supplementing his hard work was a maturity that molded Preacha's twist on the state of the black community. He remained true to his ideology that young black men have been the bulls-eye in American and a resurgence of the black male is on his mind. Where our black leaders are coming up short, Preacha is going long and shoving a mirror in the hood's face. The mission: To bring Detroit back to it's once known well known past musical era. The procedure: Preacha hits you with an exclusive blend of hard-core music and riveting vocabulary. The concept: A future filled with success as an artist with an equally thriving production company. A leader in his district, providing, support and positivity for the folks in his Community. The message is clear. PREACHA IS HERE!!!!!!

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Artist: Preacha
Title: Shake That Shit
Genre: Rap/Hip Hop
Release Date: 28/06/2005
Label: CD Baby
Media Format: CDsngl
UPC: 673885052121
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