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Aug
24
Brictop @ Mr. Small's

Millvale, Pennsylvania, USA

Millvale, Pennsylvania, USA

Aug
06
Brictop @ Mr. Small's

Millvale, Pennsylvania, USA

Millvale, Pennsylvania, USA

Mar
26
Brictop @ Mr. Small's

Millvale, Pennsylvania, USA

Millvale, Pennsylvania, USA

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Music

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With a sound that mixes live acoustic musicians with hip-hop/rap elements, Brictop is the latest in a revolution of integrating musical styles. Vocalist FD's quick and aggressive rhymes determine the mood of The World Is My Stage, one that lashes out against injustice and inequality with such lyrics as "No disrespect/but I changed my name just to throw back/ in the faces of masters who owned slaves," found on track four, "Man 2 Man."

The entire album is a melodic mixture of acoustic guitars, programmed drums, tenacious raps and rock vocals comparable to Everlast. Singer Spud Taihoa holds back a bit on most of the songs, allowing F.D. to work the mic with force. With sixteen songs, the disc easily passes an hour in length, though the songs go quickly so you have to keep up. Two standout tracks are "Feel My Soul 2 Nite" and "Boomerang." Overall, The World Is My Stage is a solid performance.
- Underground Magazine Feb '06 issue


Discography

1. Brictop: Understand
2. Brictop: Chapter 2
3. Brictop: Psychological Warfare
4. Brictop: Innyology
5. Brictop: We Ain't The Same (Current Release)
The single "Success" has received airplay on WAMO 106.7

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Unique, versatile, passionate, raw . . . just a few words that describe this phenomenal group. Brictop is spoken word, acoustic guitar, and rock inspired vocals infused with a touch of hip-hop. A sound so unique that it demands to be heard, and once heard, it cannot be ignored. Brictop has created something that stands alone, and the world of music will have to create another genre to accommodate their sound, because nothing like it exists. You can’t put them into a box. Brictop brings together two different countries, two different races, two different cultures. They are the future of music, and their unique sound provides something for everyone.

Straight from New York FD’s edgy, aggressive, spoken word style collides with Spud and Inny’s laid back New Zealand style and explodes creating something unexpected. This is “thinking man’s music”. You won’t find gimmicks . . . you will find truth and passion. With songs like “If I Wuz God,” an anti-war ballad to “Let’s Talk” a song that deals with the impersonal age that we live in today, Brictop hits you from all directions with a mind-blowing attack on all of your senses.

We Ain’t The Same is an album that must be heard from a group that demands your attention. Three individuals, each with their own unique sound, vision, ideologies, and philosophies of life, coming together from different parts of the world using the universal language of music to create something that isn’t easily described. It must be heard and experienced.

You now have that chance. With their new release, “We Ain’t The Same,” Brictop invites you to step into their world.