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The best kept secret in music


joining the crew of tossing it up miami tv on channel my 33 is a new up and coming artist ramzez da ruler hosting along with wedr 99 jamz radio station own super cindy and little bear - Allen White

the most slept on storm in miami since hurricane andrew check full interview in the grind magazine in a city near you - Sharema "sha'wa" Waiters

filmed at REVOLUTION in downtown Ft. lauderdale

FEATURING: MASEO of DeLaSoul and Stevie D

Wizdom Love
hosted by Brimstone

www.jointherevolution.net for more info
- brimstone 127


Book of Rhymes Mixtape Vol. 1
Epidemic Mixtape Vol. 2
Foul Mouths Mixtape vol. 1
The storm after june (EP) COMING SOON.


Feeling a bit camera shy


RamZeZ - -This thing we call the Hip hop culture has touch the lives of many people regardless of location and demographical composites. Hip hop music ( commonly called Rap music) in American culture has transcended every institution, infiltrated coastal cities as well as the mid west and the southern states.

On the rock bottom of the map just above the Caribbean islands, you have a city that is a culture melting pot for music, food, fashion and ideas. This � third world country � on America soil called Miami has contributed many jewels to rap music such as the birth of booty music (which is the godfather of Crunk Music) and the first amendment battles waged by Luke and the 2 live crew.

Now in the new millennium, Miami has a host of new and old talent shaking up the game, placing the dirty south in the upper echelons of the music industry.

Miami�s new up and coming artist RamZeZ has come to restore Rap music to it�s essence with incredible word play, clever lyrics and amazing production to usher in a new breed of M.C.s from the M.I.A.

Born and raised in Miami, Fl, RamZeZ grew up in the Liberty City area where he began rapping in elementary school. During this time, Bass music was the regional music on the streets and playing on the radio stations. While many Mcs were booty shaking and rocking Block Jams, RamZeZ saw influences in a different form. Rakim, Kool G Rap, Eight ball & MJG, and Outkast helped develop the lyrical content and flow of this rookie MC. As the years progressed and music in Miami changed, so did RamZeZ. Like an athlete training for a championship, he began battling MCs during lunch, after school, on corners and virtually anywhere he could be heard. After years of battling, growth in the Hip Hop culture, and talent shows with positive responses, there was still something missing from his list of accolades: a name to match his swagger.

When asked why he choose the name RamZeZ, his response is:

"The Egyptian pharaoh Rameses II had a distinct way of governing his kingdom. He had a gift for words and he handle many problems of the people swiftly. He was also like a calm storm when faced with adversity, reeking havoc to all who opposed."

RamZeZ, the new pharaoh of Hip Hop, is not just an M.C. but a producer and engineer. Some of his recent accomplishments consist of one unreleased underground album, numerous features, and his critically Book of Rhymes mixtape that�s blazin the streets.

Miami is now home to the next level artist and RamZeZ will seriously be heard.

Open your mind and ears because HIP HOP IS BACK.