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Fratt House University (2008)



Long Beach California has long been known as a place to find great Hip Hop artist. The sound and quality of the music has always been embraced by the entire Hip Hop community. Snoop Dogg set off the Long Beach evolution and Fratt House is bringing in new life. GB (Harold Moore) and E Money (Eric Daniels), otherwise known as FRATT HOUSE, are the West Coast's hottest new rappers to appear on the music scene. With talent running through their veins GB (the son of Rap alumni RBX), and E Money (cousin of Rap Royalty Snoop Dogg), the up-and-coming rappers are destined for greatness in the rap game.

Fratt House’s debut album, entitled FRATT HOUSE, introduced this third generation of Long Beach rappers to the industry, bringing with them all the fun and funk that hip hop lovers have been missing. Citing early influences as Above the Law, Special Ed and NWA, Fratt House decided they wanted to form their own rap group after finishing high school. And what better opportunity to learn the rap game than to live and hone your skills with industry veterans Snoop Dogg and Tha Dogg Pound. "They (Snoop, Daz Dillinger and Kurupt) tried to school us about the game, but we wouldn't listen", GB says. “We thought we knew it all”, states E Money.

Their initial experience in the music industry came in the form of their first record deal. Signed to a small label as part of a package deal GB and E Money had a track on the Fakin' The Funk Soundtrack (the film starred Pam Grier and Duane Martin). However while out on tour promoting the album, they were advised that the CEO for the label absconded with the money and left the country. After two more record deals fell through GB and E Money decided to pool their money and put out an album independently. The result is their debut album entitled FRATT HOUSE. When asked about the title and its concept, GB comments "The album concept is the urban version of a frat house. It's definitely not the average University frat house that people think about. Our frat house is the spot on the block where people come to party, hang out and have a good time." "The album will put you in the mood to do all that and more", adds E Money.

Now Fratt House will be releasing their new album, Fratt House University, in 2008. The album has production by Daz Dillinger, G-Flow, and T Nasty. The album will be a lyrical journey with each song giving the listener a glimpse in to the “Fratt House of Fratt House University”. Fratt House, learning from their experiences, plan to get major distribution for this album with the backing of Daz Dillinger.

So what can we expect from this new album that we haven’t heard previously from these Long Beach artist? “People of all ages are going to like our music. It's tight and the hooks are catchy. We've got mass appeal", explains E Money. In addition says GB laughingly "We're the reincarnation of Daz and Kurupt, maybe a little worse”. E Money adds "We're picking up the torch and taking it to another level."