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The best kept secret in music

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Their love for music translates into more than just a group of hip hop fans trying to rap. The Soul Students collective, made up of seven emcees Awon (Brooklyn, NY), Enigma (Brooklyn, NY), Mac the Menace (New Orleans, LA), JaRoc (Virginia Beach, VA), Dicap the Emcee (Virginia Beach, VA), Sin (Pasadena, CA), Tiffi (Newport News, VA), six producers Al Bumz (Olympia Fields, IL), Indelible (Dale City, VA), Ak (Piscataway, NJ), Kameleon (San Diego, CA), Whiz (Charleston, SC), Dread (Atlanta, GA) and poet Delano (Atlanta, GA), is filling the originality gap left in today’s rap music. Meeting at Hampton University in 2001, the Soul Students gained praise as one of the tightest group of emcees and producers.

The Soul Students continue the legacy of hip hop through feel-good music for hip hop fans moved by legendary artist like Common, Boot Camp Click, A Tribe Called Quest and De La Soul, to artist like Madlib, Kev Brown, and Slum Village But, this is no wack tribute group! From the studio to the stage, the performance element comes alive with the two-turntables and a mic aesthetic that hip hop is traditionally known for. Opening up for MC Lyte, Little Brother, Median, The Coup, and Chubb Rock has further enhanced the crew’s experience and reputation.

The Soul Students collective’s first released mixtape, “Hampton Renaissance,” spiraled a crazy buzz and helped land Soul Students member Sin his first single deal on ABB Records, “It’s Good To Be Me” b/w “With You”&”Man On The Mic”(’06). The release earned Sin and producers Al Bumz, Dread and Kameleon rave reviews on the Internet and set the stage for Sin’s upcoming LP “Welcome to the Show” on Loud Minority Records. The students’ latest mixtape “Class is in Session” mixed by Scracth Makaniks turntabilist DJ Bee is a perfect example of intellect’s union with artistic creativity. The Soul Students are ushering in the movement that is bound to breathe life back into hip hop!