B.L.O.O.D
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B.L.O.O.D

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The best kept secret in music

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Discography

Ghetto to Ghetto; We Rock We Roll; Order Another Round; Summer In New Orleans; I Don't Know Your Name.

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Bio

Brothers, Loyalty, Order, Obedience, and Discipline (B.L.O.O.D) are three natural young brothers from New Orleans, LA. Although at first glance, the name draws questions and speculations and is controversial, the group believes it forces people to look deeper into what they obviously see.

What appears to be may not always represent what actually is. And if people look into the acronym of our name, they will find just how strong and powerful our union is, which is equally represented in our music and our message.

B.L.O.O.D was raised in a single parent household. As in most inner cities, they ran the streets and did what they needed to do to provide for themselves and their family. They quickly learned that the streets were harsh and cruel. They mastered the street game at an early age, but remained humble and dedicated to their music. But as in all survival stories, they not only survived, the streets became a part of their life.

It took the worst natural disaster in United States history to really open there eyes and help them focus full-time on music, and a better way of life.
Hurricane Katrina came unannounced and devistated and interrupted the normal lives of everyone, particularly, "B.L.O.O.D".

They didn't leave the city before the water rushed in. They stayed and witnessed the true horrors that are unimaginable to most people. "You had to be there to see it," quotes B.L.O.O.D.

With a new found outlook on life and moving to Atlanta, Georgia as a result of Hurricane Katrina, B.L.O.O.D. sought out to find management and make a name for themselves in the music industry.

Each member bring a different swagger to the group. They have performed in several different clubs state to state including Louisiana, Mississippi, & Georgia. Some of their venues include, but are not limited to: Zodiac, House of Blues, 20 Grand, The Atrium and The Pool Palace.

The group's mixtape entitled "Southside G'z Up" has a total of 22 songs. Fifteen of the songs on the mixtape were recorded within two days out of the Tara Inn & Suites Hotel Meeting Room. This isn't your usual mixtape with DJ's spinning songs, shout outs, and just previews of album material.

The group have released 19 full length songs and 3 skits which were used to introduce the group and show their individuality. B.L.O.O.D's work ethic is undeniable pushing hundreds of CD's out of a bookbag by themselves. There latest performance at Clark Atlanta University, "Showtime at the A.U.C." earned them the recognition from some very respectable industry personnel such as Small World of D.T.P. Records, Crack of CrackTracks Production, and J Nicks and E.T. of the Durrty Boyz with Hot 107.9.

The mixtape Southside G'z Up is just a demonstration of the group's ability as songwriters and lyricist. Not only are they powerful as a unit, but each artist is well equiped and prepared for success as solo artists.

B.L.O.O.D has approximately 52 songs on stash for future projects. They have also done there homework by filling up notepads and computer floppy disk with material that has yet to be recorded. B.L.O.O.D. is more than capable of producing fresh material with a different sound for each song. The future of the Hip-Hop game starts with B.L.O.O.D. and ends with Family!