The Pledge Empire
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"2 Live Crew, The Pledge Empire to perform at What's Up Lounge"

The Pledge Empire - Amanda Dyslin

"Talented brother rap duo heats up local music with latest album release"

TBA - Jed Highhum

"URB Magazines Next 1000"

Three years ago, brothers God’s Prince and Ced took their thousand-dollar keyboard and began making beats to get their message out. The quasi-Christian group The Pledge Empire consists of the two MCs who have the slur of Prodigy and the monotonous drawl of MF Doom respectively. Having already released the duo’s LP The Campaign, and the mixtape The Calm Before The Storm, they now turn their focus to God’s Prince’s solo album The Crown Prince. God’s Prince would “rather die on his feet than live on his knees.” Assuming that is a no-homo line rather than a no-Jesus line, The Crown Prince will certainly be hard hitting. Hailing originally from Virginia Beach they can also be considerate, “Johnny Drama, I’m peaceful like the Dalai Lama,” Ced spits. Their Myspace page has a video of them performing outside of a car wash, with a shoe polish sign reading “students.” These dudes are for the people. - Reviewed by Alex "Dweezy" Dwyer


Albums- The Campaign
Mixtapes- America's Most Wanted, Our Regime Stand Strong
Radio Play- "Enough Time" on KMSU in Mankato.MN
Interviewed on Planet Pink and Green website



The Pledge Empire is a two-brother group consisting of God's Prince and Ced Linus hailing from Virginia Beach, Va. The P.L.E.D.G.E acronym stands for PLAN-LIVING-EACH-DAY-GIVING-EVERYTHING. According to their fans their the sound of The Pledge Empire music reminds them of a mixture of Nas and Tupac with a dash of Black Star complemented with a hard beat to accommodate their smooth lyrics. Their voices over the beat also has been described by URB Magazines similar to Prodigy from Mobb Deep and MF Doom. God's Prince and Ced Linus have been rapping since the elementary days of their youth. Influences on their rap styles has come from a long list of legends in a diverse genre, Tupac Shakur, Bob Marley, Nas, Biggie, Marvin Gaye, Beatles to name a few. In 2004, they decided to start their own group to get their message out about issues that face us all on the day to day.