E.A.R.T.H.
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E.A.R.T.H.

Riverside, California, United States | SELF

Riverside, California, United States | SELF
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"E.A.R.T.H. Crew "Sexin' After Textin'""

E.A.R.T.H. Crew ft. TIE "Sexin' After Textin'": Here's an aural representation of how drunk guys feel after talkin' that dirty sex talk with a fly honey on the cell. This is taken from E.A.R.T.H.'s Grass Roots: From The Ground Up album, which was recently released for free! Sounds like a nice grown-up romp for the digital age. - rockthedub


"E.A.R.T.H. – Sexin’ After Textin’"

There’s not much to say about this song because the title says it all. E.A.R.T.H. explains the journey from flirting to ending up “getting it in” hardbody over a “Slum Village-ish” beat. Download this song and get inspired to do the same. As a matter of fact, you should just download their whole album after the jump. - It's An Infinite Cycle


"E.A.R.T.H. Crew "Sexin' After Textin'" E.A.R.T.H. Crew "Sexin' After Textin'""



E.A.R.T.H. Crew ft. TIE "Sexin' After Textin'": Here's an aural representation of how drunk guys feel after talkin' that dirty sex talk with a fly honey on the cell. This is taken from E.A.R.T.H.'s Grass Roots: From The Ground Up album, which was recently - Global Grind


"New Artist* E.A.R.T.H. (E.verything A.round R.evolves T.hru H.iphop)"

I got email from these dudes wit some music for me to hear, thinkin it was going to be the same old thing but as soon as I heard the beat I knew it was going to be something dope. I like the whole little concept with the “you’ve got mail” in the background, The beat and lyrics are all on point.I got this joint on repeat right now. These dudes is hot, defintiely Real Hip Hop. check it out - Hip Hop Daily


"E.A.R.T.H."

Our homey Nov from THECONNECT860 has been on his A&R grind lately and came across this track. This group is called E.A.R.T.H.(Everything Around Revolves Thru Hiphop) and they’re from Cali. Hailed as “The West Coast De La Soul” here’s Sexin After Textin. - Dot Got It


"E.A.R.T.H. Crew - Grassrooots, The Review"

Review: 3 1/2 Stars out of 5


E.A.R.T.H. Crew’s album, The Grassroots: From The Ground Up start out very dark and gloomy. The initial track, Clones sets the tone and it doesn’t change till the middle of the album, but don’t get take that the wrong way. While dark, the tracks are produced intelligently with exceptional flow from all four emcees in the group. Their best song is Favorite Places, a tribute to places all over the world. The violin and piano is fused well to produced a catchy repetitive beat that makes your head bop. After this positive track, the album goes back into the darkside with Feel Good Music and Do It Big. Then of course, how can you forget Sexin’ After Textin’? With a title like that, why are they not on TV? Sampling the sounds of a Sidekick cellphone, the song talks not about phone sex but text sex(?) and follows the recent trend of using techie terms.

Overall, E.A.R.T.H. Crew offers the listener a different creative sound that doesn’t get old quickly. Although many of the tracks are dark, they manage to be different from each other, each offering a different style. Lyrically, no one in the group is Talib Kweli but their verses follow each other well and no one is left behind. - URB Magazine


"Audio: E.A.R.T.H. feat TIE - Sexin after Textin (2010)"

Wer soulintensiven HipHop mag,wird hier auf seine Kosten kommen.Die Jungs von E.A.R.T.H.
(Everything Around Revolves Thru Hiphop)aus Kalifornien teilen mit uns diesen ruhigen "Sexin" Song und tragen ihren Teil zu einem netten Wochenbeginn bei und lassen uns in De La Soul Manier die Zeit geniessen.E.A.R.T.H.! - RapOhneLizenz


"Artist Spotlight: E.A.R.T.H."

Introducing E.A.R.T.H, Everything Around Revolves Thru Hiphop. Track title pretty much sums it up "Sexin' After Textin," and despite the subject matter, the flow and delivery of the lyrics outshine the topic, and shows the skill and talent the members of E.A.R.T.H. have. Tim Kelley & Bob Robinson (6-time Grammy producers) said this of the group; "You remind me of De La Soul; Ya'll are like the West Coast De La Soul to me, that's one of my favorite hip hop groups ever in Hiphop. You guys are dope."
Check it out for yourself and leave some comments... - Know Dice Music


"E.A.R.T.H. new music"

LOL the title of this song got me lol. Just sounds like its automatically gonna be a fail, BUT it proved me wrong, this song is cool. I bobbed my head to it and tapped my foot and really started getting into it! I'm on my second listen. This is def something I can jam to at the crib. - Culture Obsessed


"E.A.R.T.H. “Sexin After Textin” (Featuring Tie)"

Everything Around Revolves Through Hip-Hop. Powerful acronym. Which is fitting, as that is a powerful quote directly up above.

Drawing comparisons to De La Soul means that you’re bringing more lyrical content than musical cosmetics; meaning you’re dropping some real verses and hiding behind flashy beats and a lot of 808's.

Which is exactly what this group brings to the table, as “Sexin After Textin” won’t have your car stereos throbbin, but this track will get you in the right mood…for…well…some sexin.

This group definitely vibes on the opposite end of the spectrum when it comes to Hip Hop, and adds a different spin on this week’s competition. Even if this group doesn’t win, it can’t be denied that they won’t leave a mark in your memory for just repping with a different sound.

But, if you do find yourself feeling their style, and think they deserve a feature spot on our website, show the group some love. And grab your homies and next of kin and tell them to do the same. - Straight Disrespectin'


"E.A.R.T.H - ‘Sexin After Textin’"

With a title like ‘Sexin After Textin’, this song coulda been really, REALLY wack. I was pleasantly surprised to find that it wasnt. From the lyrics to the flow, the samples to the production, this song is just good. - The Broken Record


"[Music Free Download] E.A.R.T.H. (Everything Around Revolves Thru Hiphop)"

"Hey yo check this out peoples, just got this New Exclusive from the Hip-Hop Crew E.A.R.T.H now this is Some Fresh Hip-Hop im lovin this track...i hope you all enjoy too, Download for free peeps.." - The Music Bully


"Grass Roots From The Ground Up – E.A.R.T.H."

he multi-cultural hip hop group, E.A.R.T.H., is bridging the gap between different social and ethnic backgrounds through their music. - Hype Tune


"Locals Spit Down-to-Earth Hip-Hop"

"The group performed like a finely tuned engine and was right on cue with one another. Their musical influences register all over the musical spectrum as it ranged from jazz and blues artists to more contemporary artists of hip-hop such as Nas, De La Soul, Mos Def, RZA, Dr. Dre and Saul Williams."

Stephen Loh - Arts & Entertainment Editor
Highlander Newspaper, UC Riverside.
Tuesday, May 9, 2006 - The Highlander


"Break Thru Radio - Artist of the Week"

"So, perhaps the California hip hop group known as E.A.R.T.H. has it all figured out. The acronym stands for Everything Around Revolves Thru Hiphop, and that surely seems to be the case, especially if the influence of hip hop is so much that it can promote significant changes within our economy.

The group is comprised of NOE, Double Negative, Sinister XL, and Write Words, all of whom take on the duty of MC. Sinister XL also produces, and Write Words contributes as CFO and VP of A&R. They come together like Voltron to create some of that conscious West Coast party hip hop. The four MCs are currently in the studio working on their second album, and BTR thought it would be a good time to get to know them a little better. "

Dj Emily - Break Thru Radio
July 12, 2006

Artist Of The Week - E.A.R.T.H.

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- Dj Emily - Break Thru Radio


Discography

E.A.R.T.H. feat. TIE "Sexin After Textin"
E.A.R.T.H "Hustle Juice/Swangin"
E.A.R.T.H "Keep Rising"
E.A.R.T.H "Dippin"
E.A.R.T.H "Fresh N Ah"
E.A.R.T.H "Hello Hater"

Albums:
Grass Roots From The Ground Up
That Feeling: Love Sex & Intrigue Vol. 1
Global Grindin
That Feeling: Love Sex & Intrigue Vol. 2

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E.A.R.T.H. (E.verything A.round R.uns T.hru H.iphop)
"We hope to get the masses influenced by our sound of hip hop. Many have come before and never will they be forgotten. We are the newcomers to a tradition that must be upheld" - E.A.R.T.H.
Since the formation of the group in 2002, E.A.R.T.H. (which stands for Everything Around Runs Through Hip Hop) has been making noise in the southern California music scene. Comprised of four members (Pes, Mr. NO, Doc Zais and Ro Tone) with different ethnic and cultural backgrounds, E.A.R.T.H. is a multicultural hip-hop group who is bridging the gap between different social and ethnic backgrounds.

Constantly compared to the legends of Hip-hop such as; De La Soul, A Tribe Called Quest and Outkast “These cats are crazy. You guys are incredible; definitely won’t be long before you guys can be heard with the rest of the hiphop cats such as Outkast. You remind me of De La Soul; Ya’ll are like the West coast De La Soul to me, that’s one of my favorite hip-hop groups ever in hip-hop. Ya’ll are dope” - Tim Kelley & Bob Robinson (6-time Grammy Producers)

As a group, we embrace poignant, witty, well thought out lyrics, which at times are positive and geared towards exciting everybody. We have mass appeal and we easily appeal to those who like underground and mainstream/commercial hip-hop music.

E.A.R.T.H. released our 1st album self titled in 2005. It had modest success however; the song "Feeling Good, Feeling Great" became an underground sensation voted top 10 songs of 2006 by Breakthruradio.com and became a featured group. "Feeling Good, Feeling Great" featured in many other internet radio sites and even an independent film.
Our sophomore album “Grass Roots: From The Ground Up,” was recently released in April of 2009 and have gained praised for its clever songs such as “Sexin’ After Textin” and metaphorical song about superheroes “Superman Lyrics.” With its “Feel Good Music” sound, no wonder listening to E.A.R.T.H. will make you “Feelin’ Alive” and “Get Off The Wall.”

mtvU Campus Invasion Tour in 2007 where E.A.R.T.H. shared stages with R&B singer Monica, Fabolous, Rick Ross, Crime Mob, Rich Boy, Shop Boyz and The Pack.
E.A.R.T.H has also shared stages with artists; Far East Movement (FM), Pacific Division, Copywrite, E-Swift, 2mex, Sly Boogie, Nina Sky, Dirty Birdy, Twista, Killer Mike, Defari, Evidence, and many others. Recently Nominated for mtvU Woodie Awards 2009.