L.Hammond (L Dot Hammond)
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L.Hammond (L Dot Hammond)

Seattle, Washington, United States | SELF

Seattle, Washington, United States | SELF
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"L.HAMMOND - THE WAKE"

L.Hammnd - The Wake (video) - www.digitaldopeboyz.blogspot.com


"L. HAMMOND X THE WAKE [VID]"

We got the latest video from L. Hammond’s newest project, his mixtape ‘Silence of the Lames.’ The mixtape is set to be out at the end of July and L Dot has been faithfully delivering dope videos to keep us entertained before the drop. Check out this one for his track, ‘The Wake’ and click the tag to see his other work. We love these dudes ! They are really out here working so be sure to support this local shit !
Follow @ldothammond @boldviewent @faded_famousrep
XX mostofficial_b - www.SickMadeSisters.com


"New Video: L.Hammond - 'The Wake'"

Check out this new video by local 206/253 rapper L.Hammond called ‘The Wake’ and let us know what you think…

I would like to thank L Dot Hammond and his manager Amir for posting this video on my wall because the song and video are on point! I love that he’s letting it know that he is about to run this ish, heck he might as well called this Whats Really Good Haters because I’m lovin it.

I wondering what his motivation was behind this song and was lucky to get and answer, check out the tweet he sent me below:



Keep up with L.Hammond on his Websites:

BoldView - www.Boldviewent.com

Twitter - www.twitter.com/ldothammond

HotNewHipHop - www.hotnewhiphop.com/ldothammond
Youtube - www.youtube.com/fadedfamoustv + www.youtube.com/boldviewent
Reverbnation - www.reverbnation.com/ldothammond - www.Seaspot.com


"New Video: L.Hammond – ‘The Wake’"

Check out this new video by local 206/253 rapper L.Hammond called ‘The Wake’ and let us know what you think…

I would like to thank L Dot Hammond and his manager Amir for posting this video on my wall because the song and video are on point! I love that he’s letting it know that he is about to run this ish, heck he might as well called this Whats Really Good Haters because I’m lovin it.

I wondering what his motivation was behind this song…. Hmmm maybe I will ask and post his response below. So stay tuned for that in case I get it.



UPDATE!!!!!! Here’s his quote for why he did this song Via his Twitter:



Keep up with L.Hammond on his Websites:

BoldView - www.Boldviewent.com

Twitter - www.twitter.com/ldothammond

HotNewHipHop - www.hotnewhiphop.com/ldothammond
Youtube - www.youtube.com/fadedfamoustv + www.youtube.com/boldviewent
Reverbnation - www.reverbnation.com/ldothammond - www.Naybesa.com


"L.Hammond - Why They Hating (Video)"

Major hip-hop blog based out of Seattle, Wa. Feature's L.Hammond's "Why They Hating," music video. - www.Misscaseycarter.com


"L.HAMMOND “WHY THEY HATING” [VIDEO]"

Standing tall, steady with a calm demeanor Lamar “L. Hammond” has been gaining the attention of audiences in Seattle, Tacoma, and beyond since 2005.

Born in St. Louis, MO to a single mother in the military, L. Hammond, the oldest of three moved across the country most of his life. Upon moving to Connecticut, L.Hammond remembers recognizing music as his passion. Moving often particularly during elementary and middle school, L.Hammond was able to use music as a constant. Finally, it is here in South Seattle via Tacoma that L. Hammond has found his home.

Noting influences such as Jay-Z, Dipset, Jadakiss, Lil’Wayne, and Young Jeezy L.Hammond not only understands the equation to creating a crowd pleaser, but delivers his style with the ease of a seasoned veteran. L.Hammond translates that same demeanor to the stage capturing audience attention with high energy and personable delivery.

Beginning first by creating Mixtape Monster Volumes 1, 2, and 3, L. Hammond was asked to be a guest at DJ Hyphen’s Sunday night Sound Session summer of 2007. Next, L.Hammond created a double-disc mix-tape “The Mixtape” under the entertainment group Faded and Famous that Hammond is also a member of. It is with this album that L.Hammond, began his start to success.

Crediting his rising success to not only to the “The Mixtape” with Faded and Famous but also the “Super Fresh/ I’m Getting Paid” videos directed for him by BoldView Entertainment, L. Hammond has performed at dozens of locations in the Seattle/Tacoma area. - www.DJEquis.com


"Meet L.Hammond + “Why They Hating” VIDEO"

I would like to introduce you to local 206/253 rapper L.Hammond. I found his music from a video post that he put up on the SeaSpot facebook page and I knew I had to feature his music. I gotta say, I dont know what it is about this 2011 year but it seems like all of the 206/253 artist that are truly talented are finally coming out of the wood works, and if you ask me it's about damn time. A little background on this artist:

Standing tall, steady with a calm demeanor Lamar “L. Hammond” has been gaining the attention of audiences in Seattle, Tacoma, and beyond since 2005.Noting influences such as Jay-Z, Dipset, Jadakiss, Lil’Wayne, and Young Jeezy L.Hammond not only understands the equation to creating a crowd pleaser, but delivers his style with the ease of a seasoned veteran. L.Hammond translates that same demeanor to the stage capturing audience attention with high energy and personable delivery. Beginning first by creating Mixtape Monster Volumes 1, 2, and 3. L.
Hammond was asked to be a guest at Seattle’s Kube 93 DJ Hyphen’s Sunday night Sound Session summer of 2007. Next, L.Hammond created a double-disc mix-tape “The Mixtape” under the entertainment group Faded and Famous thatHammond is also a member of. It is with this album that L.Hammond, began his start to success.

Check out his music video below for Why They Hating, which is the song that truly caught my attention:






CLICK THE PICTURE

Websites:
BoldView - www.Boldviewent.com

Twitter - www.twitter.com/ldothammond

HotNewHipHop - www.hotnewhiphop.com/ldothammond
Youtube - www.youtube.com/fadedfamoustv + www.youtube.com/boldviewent
Reverbnation - www.reverbnation.com/ldothammond - www.seaspot.com


"Meet L.Hammond + “Why They Hating” VIDEO"

If your on my facebook, then you already know that for the next month or more, I’m putting Naybesa.com on a up and running artist kick. With that being said, I would like to introduce you to local 206/253 rapper L.Hammond. I found his music from a video post that he put up on the SeaSpot facebook page and I knew I had to feature his music. A little background on this artist:

Standing tall, steady with a calm demeanor Lamar “L. Hammond” has been gaining the attention of audiences in Seattle, Tacoma, and beyond since 2005.Noting influences such as Jay-Z, Dipset, Jadakiss, Lil’Wayne, and Young Jeezy L.Hammond not only understands the equation to creating a crowd pleaser, but delivers his style with the ease of a seasoned veteran. L.Hammond translates that same demeanor to the stage capturing audience attention with high energy and personable delivery. Beginning first by creating Mixtape Monster Volumes 1, 2, and 3. L.
Hammond was asked to be a guest at Seattle’s Kube 93 DJ Hyphen’s Sunday night Sound Session summer of 2007. Next, L.Hammond created a double-disc mix-tape “The Mixtape” under the entertainment group Faded and Famous that Hammond is also a member of. It is with this album that L.Hammond, began his start to success.

Check out his music video below for Why They Hating, which is the song that truly caught my attention - Naybesa.com


"L.Hammond - Where You From (253/206)"

L.Hammond track off his up coming mixtape project "Silence Of The Lames". Faded & Famous x BoldViewEnt x L.Hammond. Follow now on twitter @ldothammond, @boldviewent, @faded_famousRep, @TheRealMiah - 100friendz.com


"EXCLUSIVE "SUPER FLY" L.HAMMOND"

... - 100friendz.com


"SUPER FLY X L.HAMMOND [VID]"

Our boy L.Hammond and the guys at Bold View give us another production, “Super Fly” is an exclusive off the “Silence of The Lames” tape we can all be expecting to hear soon. And that pretty face you see in the video is our very own KK! being on the set of the video shoot was a lot of fun K and i had a good time working with these guys and getting a little lit behind the scenes. i was so excited to see what BOLDVIEW would come up with it, they killed. - sickmadesisters.com


"L. HAMMOND X WHERE YOU FROM (253/206)"

If y’all are familiar with us sisters then you have probably seen posts with our homie and local artist L. Hammond. I recently had my first cameo in one of his videos [peep here] and he is a very ill and upcoming rapper. He recently treated us to a new track off of his upcoming album ‘Silence of the Lames’ set to be released Summer ’11. Get to listening and downloading this hot new track, ‘Where You From (253/206). - sickmadesisters.com


"Introducing: L.Hammond"

Standing tall, steady with a calm demeanor Lamar “L. Hammond” has been gaining the attention of audiences in Seattle, Tacoma, and beyond since 2005.

Born in St. Louis, MO to a single mother in the military, L. Hammond, the oldest of three moved across the country most of his life. Upon moving to Connecticut, L.Hammond remembers recognizing music as his passion. It is after a few more times it is here in South Seattle via Tacoma that L. Hammond has found his home.

Noting influences such as Jay-Z, Dipset, Jadakiss, Lil’Wayne, and Young Jeezy L.Hammond not only understands the equation to creating a crowd pleaser, but delivers his style with the ease of a seasoned veteran. L.Hammond translates that same demeanor to the stage capturing audience attention with high energy and personable delivery.

Beginning first by creating Mixtape Monster Volumes 1, 2, and 3. L. Hammond was asked to be a guest at DJ Hyphen’s Sunday night Sound Session summer of 2007. Next, L.Hammond created a double-disc mix-tape “The Mixtape” under the entertainment group Faded and Famous that Hammond is also a member of. It is with this album that L.Hammond, began his start to success.

Crediting his rising success to not only to the “The Mixtape” with Faded and Famous but also the “Super Fresh/ I’m Getting Paid” videos directed for him by Bold View Entertainment, L. Hammond has performed at nearly a dozen locations in the Seattle/Tacoma area - Misscaseycarter.com


"DJ Steve Rocha x L.Hammond x Yakima Wa Radio Station Hot 99.7"

L.Hammond was interviewed by Steve Rocha's traffic jam show March 25th, 2011. He was interviewed about opening for Dorrough at the Capitol Theater and Steve Rocha played L.Hammond's single featuring K Young "Nothing On Me" - Hot 99.7


""DJ Hyphen x L. Hammond x Seattle Radio station Kube 93 x Sunday Night Sound Session 2007""

L.Hammond was featured on Kube 93 (Seattle Radio Station) DJ Hyphen's Sunday Night Sound Session in 2007. - Kube 93, Seattle Wa


""L.Hammond's "We Gone Make It Part 2" music video was picked as film of the week.""

L.Hammond's music video "We Gone Make It Part 2" was video of the week in August 2010. His music video was featured on the front of the website www.bestfilmoncampus.com for a whole week. - MTV U


Discography

Mixtapes

2009 "Faded & Famous:The Mixtape"

2010 "The Mixtape"

2011 "Silence of The Lames"

Singles:

2007 "We Gone Make It"

2007 "You Can't Hide"

2009 "Tougher"

2009 "We Gone Make It pt.2"

2011 "Nothing On Me" feat K-Young

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Bio

Standing tall, steady with a calm demeanor Lamar “L. Hammond” has been gaining the attention of audiences in Seattle, Tacoma, and beyond since 2005.
Born in St. Louis, MO to a single mother in the military, L. Hammond, the oldest of three moved across the country most of his life. Upon moving to Connecticut, L.Hammond remembers recognizing music as his passion. Moving often particularly during elementary and middle school, L.Hammond was able to use music as a constant. Finally, it is here in South Seattle via Tacoma that L. Hammond has found his home.

Noting influences such as Jay-Z, Dipset, Jadakiss, Lil’Wayne, and Young Jeezy L.Hammond not only understands the equation to creating a crowd pleaser, but delivers his style with the ease of a seasoned veteran. L.Hammond translates that same demeanor to the stage capturing audience attention with high energy and personable delivery.

Beginning first by creating Mixtape Monster Volumes 1, 2, and 3, L. Hammond was asked to be a guest at DJ Hyphen’s Sunday night Sound Session summer of 2007. Next, L.Hammond created a double-disc mix-tape “The Mixtape” under the entertainment group Faded and Famous that Hammond is also a member of. It is with this album that L.Hammond, began his start to success.

Crediting his rising success to not only to the “The Mixtape” with Faded and Famous but also the “Super Fresh/ I’m Getting Paid” videos directed for him by BoldView Entertainment, L. Hammond has performed at dozens of locations in the Seattle/Tacoma area.