Defeat Radio Boredom With A Mysterious Liberian Hip-hop/pop/rock Hybrid
Are you tired of almost every song on popular radio sounding exactly the same? Can you even tell half of the artists apart anymore? There is a music group out there that differs greatly from anything you're subjected to on the radio waves (at least radio stations owned by huge conglomerates). Without sacrificing creative genius, there is a group that has not caved to the monotonous, cliche-drenched music which major labels cram down the throats of the gullible masses. The group that will wake the sheep up from the boredom radio has caused is called Kings of Dreamland.
Kings of Dreamland consist of three biological brothers, originally from Liberia. The members are Hero the Valiant (Singer, Producer), Yung Canon (rapper), and Holliwood Pennsylvania (rapper). They put together a hip hop, pop, and alternative blend of music, that is fun, yet thought provoking. Their rock-influenced first single, “So Find I,” will have people scratching their heads, and digging deep to find the true meaning of the song.
At the same time, a lot of people will not care, because they will be addicted to the sound of the song, which has been described by fans as a blend of Outkast, Black Eyed Peas, and Red Hot Chili Peppers. Kings of Dreamland are far from rap-metal, far from that fake “Rockstar” persona that certain rappers, who couldn't name a Nirvana tune, try to push on fans, and far from the monotonous hip-hop/r & b hybrids that dominate Top 40 radio.
Kings of Dreamland draws influences ranging from Traditional African music, Philly Hip-Hop, Outkast, N.E.R.D., Bob Marley, Radiohead, The Doors, and System of a Down just to name a few. From a group who have traveled all over the eastern third of the United States, to growing up in the rough streets of Southwest Philadelphia, to attending Penn State University, they can vocalize experiences that no other artist has quite lived.
You can visit Kings of Dreamland on their Myspace at www.myspace.com/kingsofdreamland, listen to their music and get ready to "Dream Out"
You can join their street team along with the other online and offline members throughout the east coast on www.reverbnation.com/kingsofdreamland