Remain Hazardous
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Remain Hazardous

Jersey City, New Jersey, United States | SELF

Jersey City, New Jersey, United States | SELF
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"Yal Don't Know Me"



To rap on the microphone or to have the talent to produce beats should never be looked upon as a privilege but an honor. Remain means to continue unchanged. Hazardous means involving or exposing one to risk. However, when the two words are combined it has a much powerful meaning! Remain Da 1 and Jason Hazardous have joined forces to create Remain Hazardous, which simply means continually being involved in, exposed to, and at risk to good music.

After meeting many years ago through friend and fellow music aficionado Shake, the duo immediately had a chemistry that would carry through to this day. The duo had a fondness for lyrics and dope beats. They draw inspiration from great hip hop artists and producers like Reflection Eternal (Talib Kweli & Hi-Tek), EPMD, Common, 9th Wonder, Little Brother, and Eric B & Rakim.

Since those early meetings the emcee and producer have continued to work individually making music, both contributing to each other’s projects. However, time had passed and those young dudes became grown men and music became secondary to the happenings of life.

Now the time has come for the duo to form like Voltron and release good hip hop music for the real hip hop fan. The goal is to keep the torch burning focusing on quality music with a focus on pure talent.

“We are all blessed with two outstanding gifts in life the ability to speak and listen. Through Hip Hop our main objective is to use these essential tools to not only express ourselves through music, but tell stories, convey messages, and paint pictures that will give the listener and the fan an outlet to experience life through the eyes of the artist.”

- Remain Da 1

“I think there is a lost generation in hip hop. The hip hop being made today is for a younger audience. There is nothing wrong with that but there is an audience that are fathers, mothers, and college grads that have moved on to R&B because they have nothing to listen to that speaks to them.”