Rome Cee – “Butcher’s Blade” The USM Posse Cut

As you can see, Under Sound Music has a lot of new music in the works.  Please stay updated and check our website regularly to keep up with what we’re doing.  You’ll have access to music, videos, merchandise, event updates, pics plus much more!

Check out the latest visual from Under Sound for the track “Butcher’s Blade.”  If you like good hip hop, watch this video and send it to a friend!  The track features USM’s own E Major along with Rome Cee, Ullnevano, Sean Armstrong, and Cynthia Hawkes.  Its one hell of a posse cut if you ask me… A lyrical barrage from a collection of some of the Mid-Atlantic’s finest emcees.  “Butcher’s Blade” will also be featured on Rome Cee’s upcoming release, The Extra Mile, presented by Under Sound Music.  Be on the look out for that!  Links for the new video along with a link to the website are below.  Also, don’t forget to follow us on twitter for the latest updates.  Thanks for your continued support!

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E Major and Sean Armstrong – Fantasy feat. Cynthia Hawkes

Now I’m not usually one to toot my own horn, but for real, if you haven’t downloaded the tribute to J Dilla that myself and Sean Armstrong put together called LOUDER!, you’re sleeping!  I keep listening to it and remain proud of what we did as an homage to my favorite producer of all time and my number one inspiration in music.  This track here is definitely one of my favorites from the project.  Cynthia Hawkes came through with the hook and simply made the song what it is.  She really did a great job of making it a track that can really grab you.  Check it out and let me know your thoughts!

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New Video: Feature Presentation

Feature Presentation from Under Sound Music on Vimeo.

I’m really happy to post this today.  We’ve been working on this for a few months and it’s finally ready.  Shot in LA and Baltimore, I think the video for “Feature Presentation” really gets at the point I wanted to make about the contrast between how people live from the glamorous to the everyday.  It’s the gulf between the rich and the poor.  Anyway, let it speak for itself.  And please share on Facebook and Twitter.

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