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The best kept secret in music


"Lordroc - The Rebirth of Hip Hop"

[on Who R U?] "...The MCing over the top is also on some good sh-t, nice fast flow which isn't so fast that it annoys. Basically asking who the f--k are you? Lordroc certainly makes people look up and say, who the f--k is this?..." -- 2HIP / PROFILE, UKHH.COM, ORIGINAL UK HIP HOP - 2HIP / PROFILE, UKHH.COM, ORIGINAL UK HIP HOP

"Lordroc brings freshness to the Game!"

Lordroc's "Roccolypse" single is a breath of fresh air. It is a great song with a catchy hook! Lordroc is an "orignal" artist who combines hard hitting beats with thought provoking lyrics. To those of you out there who are tired of the platinum, materialistic, glossy, fake, baby thug raps that rule the airwaves today, then be patient. Lordroc may be the prodigal son that Hip Hop has needed for years. - Hip Hop Palace.com

"Lordroc - NYC's Underground Rap Lord"

[on Who R U?/No More] "Who R U? b/w No More is a stellar nyc underground record. Who R U? is Rocco's theme song, and with this joint, Skygod has an anthem sure to wreck any live show. Lordroc's lyrics are tight, and his flow is ferocious. He is an emcee who sounds like a nyc emcee, but even heads fed up with the whole dun aesthetic will have a hard time not feelin him. No More is equally tight, and on a more socially concious level." -- Reveiw: Jay Seagraves, HipHopInfinity.com - Jay Seagraves, HipHopInfinity.com


Topaz - Take me Away EP
Tribunal - Rennaissance, Video single
Skygod - Episode 1 LP
lordroc - who r u?/No More, 12" single
lordroc - The Cantarist Evangelist LP
lordroc - The lord Versez roc Beatz LP
Tribunal - FourFatherz LP
lordroc - From The Ground Beneath, Maxi Single


Feeling a bit camera shy


LORDROC is a rising star in the Hip Hop community and he is exploding on the underground rap scene; he has developed a solid fan base in his hometown of Queens, New York. LORDROC IS THE CORNERSTONE of the NY based indie label, SKYGOD ENTERTAINMENT. LORDROC won the award for Most Original Hip Hop Artist at the 1st Annual Underground Music Awards in Aug. 2003.

Lordroc has performed at various venues around the NY tri-state area. His stage performances are filled with tremendous energy and stamina. Lordroc's first Single 'Too Hot' featured Capone & Royal Flush and debuted on NYC's new home for Hip Hop & R&B POWER 105.1 FM on the 'Future Flavaz' show hosted by Pete Rock and Marley Marl. In fact the legendary Marley Marl produced the track for "Too Hot"....His next single " ROCCOLYPSE " brings more underground fire.

The ROCCOLYPSE single is getting major radio air play on College stations across the country. The video for the single "ROCCOLYPSE" debuted on Ralph McDaniel's VIDEO MUSIC BOX and can be seen on top rated video shows across the country. More importantly, the ROCCOLYPSE video is in heavy rotation on TELEMUNDO, Channel 126 on Time Warner Digital Cable. Lordroc's video is currently the #2 most played video in the B&C category on the CVC charts behind Alicia Keys and it the #1 most played video in the Rap/R&B category. In essence, Lordroc's "Roccolypse" video is currently being seen by millions.


This DVD features hot exclusive behind the scenes footage of Lordroc's Roccolypse Video. In addition, there are special guest appearances by Johnny Blanco, Royal Flush, The Lyfe Kidz and much more. Also witness blazin' freestyles and some of the hottest graph in the world. The Roccolypse DVD represents all the elements of Hip Hop to the fullest. Purchase this DVD and see why SkyGod Entertainment won Indie label of the Year at the 1st Annual Underground Music Awards in the summer of 2003.

(Support Quality Independent Hip Hop) LORDROC'S ROCCOLYPSE DVD and VINYL are currently available at the following retail locations:

Beat Street Records - 494 Fulton Street, Brooklyn
Music Factory - 400 Fulton Street, Brooklyn
Vision Quest - 24 Main Street, Yonkers, NY
Rock N Soul - 462 7th Ave., Manhattan
Fat Beats - 406 6th Avenue 2nd Floor
Moodies - 3976 Whiteplains Rd., Bronx
Rainbow Music - 274 W. 125th, Manhattan
All The Right - 35-61 Junction Blvd, Corona, Queens

Lord Roc's claim to fame was his last single "Too Hot" which featured appearances from Capone of CNN and Royal Flush and was produced by Marley Marl. Today, Roc and the rest of the SkyGod camp are set to do it again with "Roccolypse" and their forthcoming album "E2 To Base" due out in early 2004.