PRLog - Aug. 26, 2011 - PHILADELPHIA -- On September 1st through 5th, Hip Hop/R&B supergroup KIN4LIFE returns to Inferno Dominican Republic for the second consecutive year and will open for six-time Grammy nominee Marsha Ambrosius, who is enjoying commercial and critical success with her top-charting J Records debut “Late Nights & Early Mornings”. The artists will be featured at a September 3rd concert hosted by comedienne Tammy Peay.
As the founders of independent label Noriq Records, Nor and IQ of KIN4LIFE have consistently grown a following during a time when female rappers have struggled to maintain prominence in hip hop. Under the Noriq imprint, the group released the album “KIN4LIFE Volume I”, the EPs “Rock Star” and “I Love KIN4LIFE”, and the 2010 mixtape “Welcome to Planet Noriq”. Last year wrapped with OutHipHop.com Readers Poll choosing KIN4LIFE as Group of the Year. Film credits for KIN4LIFE songs include the single “Money Brings Trouble”, chosen for the 2011 feature film “Changing the Game”, and the anti-bullying anthem “Lone Ranger”, selected for two documentary soundtracks. KIN4LIFE is currently completing their new mixtape, “Welcome to Planet Noriq Vol. 2: KIN vs. KIN4LIFE”.They will release their highly anticipated full-length CD project later this year, featuring the single “It’s Over Now”. The music video for “It’s Over Now” was filmed in June using the revolutionary Sony RED ONE digital cinema technology.
Launched in 2008 by founder Will Williams, Inferno Dominican Republic is the premier LGBT international Labor Day event held at the beautiful Melia Caribe Tropical in Punta Cana--the all-inclusive resort boasts of world-class accommodations and amenities, 14 bars and 13 restaurants.
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