October ’15 – Sleep

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FACTS ABOUT SLEEP

Sleep is a well rounded emcee from Cincinnati, Ohio. His early years were spent growing up in Lockland, a neighborhood in Cincinnati. This time period inspired his album Lockland ’95. Sleep is formerly one half of II-Man Cypher with Cocaine Chris, also from Cincinnati. Sleep is one of the founding members of The Fraternity, a hip hop group consisting of talented emcees, instrumental engineers, and a DJ. Sleep has a four year degree, does not charge fans to download his music, and was one of the 25 finalists in the 2015 Don’t Funk Up Our Beats contest held by the record label Funk Volume. Sleep was the first artist to have an album given the Classic Status rating by The Write Reviews.

Here is the review of “The H.W. Bush/Clinton Era”.

FACTS ABOUT THE H.W. BUSH/CLINTON ERA

” The H.W. Bush/Clinton Era” was inspired by the movie “Straight Outta Compton”. After Sleep saw the film, he wanted to create an album that captured the 90’s lifestyle. Sleep wrote and recorded the entire 13-track album in a matter of weeks. Sleep released the EP “The Definition Of Insanity“, with Nick Pedigo and The Gonz Beats under the group name Lithium, less than two months before releasing ” The H.W. Bush/Clinton Era”.

The H.W. Bush/ Clinton Era cover art
The H.W. Bush/ Clinton Era cover art

 THE H.W. BUSH/CLINTON ERA


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