River $ity Rydaz
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River $ity Rydaz

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"River $ity Rydaz Compilation Vol.1"(20 songs) released Apr. 2006. Our track "BAMA Girl" was released as a single and was a five night winner on Montgomery's 97.9 Jamz-Local Battle Of The Beatz, it was the first local RAP song EVER played on Montgomery's Pop station Y102's(101.9 FM) Dump It or Pump It show(all votes were to PUMP IT!), and it has been played from Birmingham's 95.7(Lil' Homie's mixshow) to stations in the Florida Panhandle. To date it is still our biggest SINGLE seller on the internet streamers and download sites.(listed below). "Gumptown" was the second single released from this album. It also won five nights in a row a 97.9 Jamz Battle Of The Beatz.

"River $ity Rydaz Compilation Vol.2 B-Sides"
(7 songs) released Apr. 2007. We released two singles from this album-"Lookin Glazz" & "U Already Know". "Lookin Glazz was a finalist on 97.9 Jamz Battle Of the Beatz(2007) and "U Already Know" was the most requested local song for several weeks on Montgomery's Hot 105.7's HOMEGROWN w/ Costi J and is still in rotation.(www.myhot105.com)

River $ity Rydaz-"KLUB THUG" (14 Songs)released Dec. 2007
We will release "Take It 2 Da Flo" as a single in Jan. 2008

CDBABY.com, itunes, Rhapsody, Napster, myhot105.com(internet radio), buy.com, musicishere.com, cdconnection.com, bitmunk.com, chondo.net, musicstore.connect.com, payplay.fm, greatindiemusic.com, tradebit.com, groupietunes.com, etc.



PHONE: (334)651-2832
WEBSITES: www.myspace.com/rsrydaz

We are a “rap/hip-hop” group from Montgomery, Alabama founded in 2005 but collectively we have been a part of the growing music scene in Alabama for the last 15 years as solo artists, members of other groups, producers, etc.. While writing, producing, recording, mixing , mastering, promoting & distributing our own music and merchandise locally; we also have been gaining notoriety opening for label acts like Flo-Rida, Pastor Troy, Frankie Beverly & Maze, 95 South, Paperboy, Tasha Scott(X-Scape), etc., as well as featuring tracks on mix tapes like D.J. Frank White’s“The Gump’s Most Hated Vols. 1,2 & 3” hosted by Greg Street, and headlining clubs & festivals. By getting quite a bit of radio air time and regular spins in the clubs from Birmingham to the Florida panhandle, we are gaining a regional following. The internet has been a successful promotional tool too, with the help of CDBABY,myspace.com, and over 38 digital ditributors including companies such as itunes, Rhapsody, Napster, etc. our group has built a larger fan base and have sold albums all over the country and even in Germany & Japan! Now we are ready to take this to the next level and find some professional representation that has the ability to take us touring coast to coast and the willingness to give us the opportunity to get our music to the masses and sell millions instead of thousands of units.