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"Look Out Mondays"

written by Jacqueline Lopez - http://distortion2static.ning.com/profiles/blogs/look-out-mondays-enoch


"The Struggle To Rhyme" LP Released October 2008
"No Parking Anytime" - Blendtape Released January 2010



Enoch's affinity with hip hop culture began as a young kid who grew up in South San Francisco, where he was exposed to a vast range of music like Jazz, R&B, Hip Hop and soul early on. Though heavily influenced by his musical upbringing, it wasn’t until 2006 where Enoch’s career ambitions became evident when he won Motorola/Live Nation's Music Biz 101 contest for an opportunity to go face to face with the likes of ?uestlove, Timbaland, Joe Levy (Rolling Stone) and Mimi Valdes (Vibe). After what could be the equivalent of winning the lotto for any young, aspiring MC, Enoch's hungry ambition and invaluable insight from his experience that resonated with the rapper, drove him to record his first mixtape within a week and has since then become affiliated with [hip hop TV show] Distortion 2 Static, released a string of mixtapes and his debut album "Struggle To Rhyme" in 2008, which has garnered him a strong buzz throughout the Bay Area.

Showcasing Enoch’s uncanny versatility and loaded with commanding beats to grab anyone’s attention, "No Parking Anytime" displays his candor, wearing his heart on his sleeve to produce this creative effort that any listener can appreciate.
With a solid lyrical delivery and smooth transitions delivered by DJ Illefect, “No Parking Anytime” narrates Enoch’s perseverance and a relentless attitude, while carrying a street-savvy demeanor and showing his ability to balance being lyrically aware while simultaneously having a mainstream appeal.

Teaming up with DJ Drewbyrd (Pac Div, Dom Kennedy, cARTer, Miguel Jontel) for the lead single "Through The Sky," the upbeat, soulful track, combined with Enoch's hard-hitting, no holds barred style, makes for a well-orchestrated anthem. The track poses the question of whether success "is everything you wished for?/is the flight of your life/ from up here we conquered fear/and all we did was grab a mic."

Adding a glimpse into his singing competence on the “Right Here Remix,” the Bay Area-bred rapper leaves you anticipating his next move and proves he has tricks up his sleeve by taking a stab behind the boards with “Found Satisfaction” and “Is This What You Want?”

“No Parking Anytime” is Enoch’s platform to express his story in a dissertation, ending the last track (“No Parking"), declaring, “You just got to keep moving and that’s why there’s no parking anytime.”

And from the looks of things, the road ahead of him is clear of all signs.