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Brooklyn rapper Sean Price, a member of hip-hop groups Heltah Skeltah, Boot Camp Clik and Random Axe,...

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I Just Want To Dance

This song is groovy and great for any event. Thanks Mad Skillz
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The Basement Up
The Basement Upstairs is a collective of hip-hop m.c.`s hailing out of Kentucky`s Capital City, Frankfort. The group`s name and meaning were derived from their early recording history, which started in a home basement studio and was later moved to an attic. The name is also a metaphor to signify a person(s) rise from the “bottom to the top” in life situations. It is those stories of struggle and triumph, along with a shared interest in music that brought the group and their talents together nearly 10 years ago.

Since then, the group has released several studio albums including “No Fillers” (September, 2011), and group member Allen Poe`s solo debut “UBUNTU” (November 2012). Both albums were released in physical form, as well as digitally, and were designed to formally introduce the Basement Up brand name to a wider audience. In addition to these releases, and other music ventures, the group was able to establish an awareness of hip-hop music locally on the Frankfort music scene. This led to the group getting numerous show opportunities not only in Frankfort, but in various venues around Kentucky, and in states such as Indiana, West Virginia, and Tennessee. A new venture for the Basement arose, when the group recorded a track used for a television commercial ran locally, for the Frankfort based car accessories store Ky. Pro-Tints. Following off that, they`ve since recorded music used in locally aired commercials for the rebroadcasting of local high school football and basketball games on Frankfort`s Cable 10 television station. Nationally, their music was also featured on Fox Sports Radio personality, J.T. the Brick`s weeknight show, as part of his “Myspace Monday” music segment.

The future of the Basement Upstairs is one of hopeful promise, in which the group will continue their current trek of recording, performing, and self-promotion in order to spread their sound to a larger audience.

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