Work Dirty

Work Dirty

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A lyricist from the West Coast with music credits ranging from E-40 to Paul Wall to Lil John. Work Dirty has had countless independent hits that continue to enlarge fan and supporter base. Now with a backing band, he is taking Hardcore rap to another level.

Biography

BIOGRAPHY - Work Dirty is an artist who was hand selected by West Coast Rap King E-40, to join his Sick Wid it Records roster as one-part of Hip-Hop group The DB'z. Between 2006 and 2007, Work Dirty and his group The DB'z had West Coast radio going crazy with their classic hit "Stewey" which still gets rotation in clubs throughout the Bay Area and California. Since then, Work Dirty has went on to working with many artists, producing and writing, perfecting his craft over the years. These gifts have landed him guest appearances on songs with artists like Lil Jon, E-40, Turf Talk, Paul Wall, Guce and fellow producer and label mate, Droop-E, to name a few.

With his buzz rapidly growing after dropping a FREE all-original music mixtape/compilation and four contributing videos to go along with the hype, Work Dirty has branded his name around his indescribable style and enlarging network. The new album prepares him for opportunities in 2013 including performances at several festivals and music events as well as touring with his C.A.P.O. Click Crew in the coming summer.

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

November 5, 2012 - Vallejo, CA - Comes one day before the release of Work Dirty aka Work Babee's 2nd solo album "C.A.P.O. [Cash Allows Power & Opportunity]". This release is much anticipated from the Rapper slash Beat Maker slash Producer slash Label Head. Yes, Work Dirty is surely living up to the name 'C.A.P.O." creating an empire with his ever increasing network of artists and fan supporters.

The new album showcases some hard hitting slappers including features by J.Banks, Mitchy Slick, D-Shot, G-Will, BeedaWeeda, Droop-E, Yung Bundle and more...

What's different between this album and the last is the 1st album reflected the beginning of Dirty's solo career. The new "C.A.P.O." album you can hear him maturing in his selection and composition. The tracks are still hard hitting and lyrics still grimey, what you would expect from a Sick Wid It Records offspring. This album dismisses any doubts about Work Dirty's network. His features alone were handpicked by him and include Bay Area underground Rap bosses he respects and supports as well. Fans and supporters alike have went out their way to stress their hunger for more of Work Babee himself and as pre-orders for the new "C.A.P.O." albums persist, Work Dirty intends on spending the rest of 2012 dominating the West Coast indie market..

Endorsements by E-40 and talks of collaborations with Too Short and The Game in the near future, stay tuned for more information on this kidd!

Discography

Speakin Mannish - The DB'z [Young Hot & Work Dirty] (Feb 2006)
E-40 Night Shift & Graveyard Shift - (Oct 2011)
Mannish Music - The DB'z [Young Hot & Work Dirty ] (Sept 2010)
Work Babee vs. Work Dirty (August 2010)
C.A.P.O. (November 2012) **New**

Set List

Serrato
Two Wireless Microphones