Da Common Cauze
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The best kept secret in music


"DJ Afrika Bambaattaa premieres Da Common Cauze Single "The last shall be first""

On September 20,2006 DJ Afrika Bambaata premiered Da Common Cauze debut single The Last Shall Be First on his radio show “ True School” at WHCR. Bambaata is the second Hip Hop pioneer to endorse Da Common Cauze.

The First being DJ Kool Herc himself at the Advanced Music Seminar, held this past summer at the Pennsylvania hotel in New York City. It was one of the best music events of the summer. Mrs. Emani P. Taylor Esq, put the Seminar together, and she did an excellent job of putting together a roster of top entertainment people for the three-day event. We are talking about Sharon L. McPherson Esq, Deron Tucker Esq, Bert Padell, Jay Hamilton, Maria Davis and Dj Kool Herc just to name a few. This was a three-day crash course on the music industry from the people who make the deals. Everyone from record label executives, A&R’s, record producers, studio managers were present.

Da Common Cauze a hip hop duo from the Bronx, NY were the first artist that Allout recording & entertainment CEO Mark “ Gangsta” King signed to the label In hopes of putting the Bronx and Harlem back on the Hip Hop map. Da Common Cauze first single“ The Last Shall Be First” has been given rave reviews from music industry insiders. Most notably Ray Roberts of RCI Music Promotions “WE CONSIDER THIS PARTICULAR SONG VERY CHART WORTHY AND VERY COMMERCIAL.WE BELIEVE THAT THIS PRODUCT WILL EXCEED IN SALES 10,000 UNITS AT THE LEAST.”

Da Common Cauze has 5 tracks on the soon to be released Allout Compilation Hostile Takeover cd. Slated for early 2007. K-Dash A.K.A. Kotic of Da Common Cauze solo single “Da Bronx” is slated for late 2006. It’s the ultimate Bronx anthem so put your X up in the air, the Bronx is about to make a big comeback.

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The last shall be first.
Livin it up.
Never pop nuffin.
Grind Season
Most songs are featured on the Allout Compilation "Hostile Takeover"


Feeling a bit camera shy


Drive, Determination & Patience is what a person would need if they plan to enter the music industry & with nearly 4 yrs of Grinding Recording songs & Going thru the ups & downs in the streets K-otic & Da Almighty jackal have showed signs of all three traits. Da Fix, alongside The Heart Of New York brings forth Hard core street tales with a splash of party vibes and anthems something New York has been lacking since the “rise of the south.”

Back then we was just going to the studio having fun recording music not knowing the other side of the game & thankfully we know now" Says JaCkal. "When one our C.P.E. Snippet cd's fell into the hands of Gangsta we were happy but also we were also trying to down play it because of the fact that in this music industry nothing is promise" Adds K-otic The same week of hearing the cd,Gangsta invited them to the world famous Quad Studios for a audition of sorts. "When We got to quad we were amazed because in this same studio a lot of our idols recorded at" Says Jackal.

So nearly after 2 yrs of that audition you could say Da Cauze passed with flying colors. From performing in many open mic showcases clubs most notably Club Downtime & The Pyramid to Performing in bigger venues such as Club Spirit & The China Club Da Common Cauze have been working hard to make a name for themselves. The Contrast in their styles is what attracts the listeners " Its like compliment each other perfectly K-otic Could equally Rip a party a track & I Could Rip a hardcore track so basically we're so well rounded" Says Jackal. Hip Hop is gasping for air and Da Common Cauze will be the ones who blow breath in its lungs.