Peoples Choice
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Peoples Choice


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The best kept secret in music


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Plan B - The EP - February 2004

"Chit Chat" b/w "Ocean Breeze" - December 2006


Feeling a bit camera shy


More than once, listeners have heard songs by Peoples Choice and said, “oh, I thought that was a major label group!” Rolling drums, catchy melodies, and memorable hooks inspire the audience. Intellectual yet authentic, each song is voiced with words chosen not just to move your ass, but to move your mind as well.

When listening to Peoples Choice, their sense of urgency is evident. They anticipate a chance to change lives through song; their willingness to try something new is unusual in an industry of sound-alikes.

The group’s debut EP was called Plan B, because, simply put, they couldn’t afford to produce an entire album. Although their aspirations are as big as the universe, their willingness to take the tiniest steps to success is their driving philosophy. The group sees themselves in history alongside acts such as De La Soul, A Tribe Called Quest, The Roots, The Fugees, Outkast, and Pete Rock & CL Smooth. As such, the “do-it-yourself” ethic is most influential in shaping the way this group lives and influences their times.

Peoples Choice is remarkable because they make music that speaks to the soul, without fear of retribution. The group has garnered attention with their thought-inspiring rhymes and uplifting beats. Their first three songs addressed spousal rape, suicide by cop, and the Patriot Act. Needless to say, there was no turning back. Their recognition that it is better to put out 12 great songs than 22 decent ones has allowed them to keep their quality level high. As this group makes its way, its audience can always trust that any song released by Peoples Choice has been refined as much as possible. After all, this is history.

For Peoples Choice, success has already been attained, as they have sought musical enlightenment, rather than simply monetary gain. They have earned respect by eagerly helping other independent artists and humbly taking advice from established industry veterans. Would they reject the money? Of course not. These are still two broke 20-somethings. But would the money change them? The answer is ‘no’.

Yeyo is influenced by his love for photography, his poetry, and his Dade County upbringing. J. Space is a product of his West Virginia environment: eclectic, yet solid; futuristic, yet right on time. Peoples Choice influences others with their courageousness, their individuality, and, quite frankly, their dope-ass songs.

Their sound is extraordinary.