Former MoJamz Records veteran recording artist Brizite returns after hiatus with a new release on Eartastic Records while fronting new Hip Hoppers Do You Clique.
New Houston-based Hip Hoppers now coming to the front and calling themselves Do You Clique (Eartastic Records) have Brizite, the flagship Hip Hop/Rap recording artist for former MoJamz Records, at the helm after his returning from a hiatus. The first single already quickly gaining momentum is the title track, "Deep Up In Them Streetz" (track #14).
"We are not only glad to have a new release that includes Brizite on our new label, but we are also glad to work with Do You Clique as we readily see a great future with this strong act," says Kenny Love, Director of Marketing for Eartastic Records.
Veteran Brizite's earlier foray into the Music industry proved extremely proactive and formidable to the point of his achievement of touring with and opening for Rap-A-Lot recording artists on some of the country's prime stages. His style of delivery has been said to be both instructional and comical simultaneously, as it is the norm and, seemingly, the intended goal of Eartastic producers to catch the listener off guard.
Label president Clyde Toval adds, "Although we released Brizite's debut recording a while ago, the mechanics of today's Music industry allow for even better promotion and distribution results. And, as such, we feel this release is slated for much greater success because of these industry improvements."
The remaining Do You Clique lineup includes; Chinnie Winnie, Ralo, Diablo, Poppa Pill , and J. Hogan. This release also features additional HH/R artists from around the world as well, several of whom are likely to be spin-off artists from the group.
Read a few of the early comments that have come in on the group and its sounds below. Accordingly, Brizite's debut recording, "Hard Hats & Steel Toes," continues to sell well on iTunes.
For more information on Do You Clique, including learning of additional upcoming Eartastic Records recording artists, visit the website at http://www.eartastic.com.
Be on the look out also for a new release from Brizite in 2008! Yep... he's back!