MEANSTREET ENTERTAINMENT Presents.. "DEMBOYZ"
The much anticipated debut album from "CRAVE" featuring (Lil Flip)
includes the hot new singles "7&UP" and "Real Chik"
#1 Requested song top 5 phones, #1 on the countdown
106.7 WAMO FM
And introducing the smash hit single "Ask for it by name" Research tested #1 WAMO 106.7 FM
"7&up" SONG CONCEPT:
Throughout all genres of entertainment a superfluous stress is cast over each and every women / young lady to look like the impractical perfect female. CRAVE felt something needed to be done in a entertaining way to counter these conditions before our women / young ladies craving for perfection slip into stages of self-destruction, trying to live up to the quote unquote "Dime-piece". Understanding the necessity of looking your best, no one can be perfect! CRAVE's answer to this infectious craze... "7&UP". The first single from the much anticipated debut album titled "DEMBOYZ"...
Quote from song... "I'm not saying that you got to be the bad-dest chick, just got to give me more than a 4,5,or 6, cause anything less just isn't enough I need somebody that's a "7&UP"... i.e. we lowered the bar, but in a good way.
Track #9 "Her Again" Produced by: (SAM SNEED)
Track #8 "Can't Stick it Out" Featuring Columbia Records and Clover "G" Recording Artist(LIL FLIP)
Track #5 "I Got U" Produced by: (MIDI MAFIA) of 50cent's 21 questions,
Hot new single "7&up" and "Real Chik" already reaching 1500 + spins on 106.7 WAMO FM, Pittsburgh, PA. has reached #1 on WAMO'S top 4 play @ 4 midday's, and #1 on hot 9@9 evenings.
CRAVE to vote - It's your right Campaign getting young people to vote. Supported by Louis Boykins deputy director, Governor office. Joe Spanik, Commissioner Beaver County, PA.
CRAVE is currently featured on a mixtape CD with Columbia Records, Clover "G" Recording Artist "LIL FLIP" on streets now!
CRAVE appeared in a :30 TV commercial for P-Diddy and friends "Citizen Change Vote or Die" Campaign for Western PA.
Voted Favorite R&B Performer By 106.7 WAMO 2006 Heritage Award
Check out CRAVE on intheclub.tv on UPN Pittsburgh airing June 2006.
CRAVE sponsored by: FILA
Best R&B & Hip-Hop group 2006-Pittsburgh City Paper
Capturing And Ruling All Vivid Emotions
Merging smooth, melodic vocals, a classical style of harmony and purposeful execution CRAVE seeks to awaken their listeners' senses-senses, once dormant in all humanity now breathe life. Good music; music that stirs, elevates and provokes requires talent that cannot be created or manufactured, but when is present it is instantly identifiable. Stirring our most raw emotions, CRAVE's artistic debut takes listeners on an emotional journey-encompassing our hearts, minds and deepest desires.
CRAVE is prepared to make use of their brazen vocal ability, stage presence and energy to make their individual mark in the world of music. Dedicated to the art form, the three-member group has been engaged in the artist developmental stage for close to four years under the guidance of Meanstreet Entertainment Inc. in Pittsburgh, PA. Developing their craft in the studio and on the stage, has placed CRAVE at an advantage. Their predecessors may have come and left their mark in the industry, but CRAVE is seeking a higher and eternal presence.
The men of CRAVE speak to the hearts and souls of their fans with UNDERSTANDING, LUST, HUNGER, HOPE and TRUST. Mandell Loman, Maurice Walker and Emmanuel Deamda each want to take listeners on a personal journey.... meet the men of CRAVE...
THE R&B KINGS OF THE BURGH
#1 ON THE COUNTDOWN #1 REQUESTED TOP FIVE PHONES
WAMO 106.7 FM
OVER 1500 + SPINS WITH TWO HOT R&B SINGLES
“REAL CHIK” AND “ASK FOR IT BY NAME”
IN POWER ROTATION WAMO 106.7 FM reseach tested #1
Catch Crave on the Motion Picture Soundtrack "FORBIDDEN FRUITS" in stores now!
"There's a reason CRAVE has taken Pittsburgh radio by storm with their soulful, accessible spin on classic R&B,
Their sound as timeless as it is contemporary. If the giant hooks of 'Real Chik" and "7&Up" aren't enough to take
this trio national, the industry is missing out on a serious hit-machine."
- Pittsburgh -Post Gazette -Ed Masley,
"Crave.... they are on fire! We are so proud to be a part of their up and coming! .........it is very hard to gain recognition in this town. To watch a group develop here in Pittsburgh... create their own opportunity and be successful...that's a story we can all be proud of Intheclub.tv and Creative Visions are
proud to be a part of their climb to the top!!!
-Amy Taylor, Media Consultant -Creative Visions Multi Media Services -UPN Pittsburgh
"Crave is the real deal! they are hot and exciting. They have great stage performance and their harmony is on point... This group will be seeing the top of the charts in no time."
-Vince Sims, Anchor/Reporter -Channel 11 News.
"The first time I heard "7 and Up" and "Real chik” on a cd. I almost drove off the road. It's like these three guys were
born to sing together. CRAVE is the perfect blend of smooth harmony and street attitude. There's
no doubt in my mind that CRAVE will take the R&B and Hip Hop world by storm."
-Jon Burton, -Channel 4 News.
"They scaled both our countdowns, making it to #1, which is a 1st for local talent, With two single in rotation,
"Real Chik" and "ask for it by name” both reaching over 1000 + spins, #1 requested, top 5 phones, It's Unbelievable, I've never seen anything like this for a local group. Their taking the R&B aesthetic and putting their own twist to it.
I feel that CRAVE has it. And they just might go all the way."
-Kode Wred, Music Director -106.7 WAMO FM.
"The talent, the potential, the look, the drive and the love of the city… Crave has all the ingredients to bring The
Pittsburgh music scene to a boiling point. The label that picks them up will not be disappointed."
-Kellee Maize, -Pittsburgh -City Paper
“Demboyz are ready, they got the look and the stage presence and the girls love them. I wish we still worked with R&B
-Dee Pittboss, – Koch Records
Crave's recognition has earned them the 2006 favorite R&B performers Heritage Award
- WAMO 106.7 FM,
Best Hip-Hop and R&B group 2006 by the
- pittsburgh City Paper.