Oct. 4, 2012
-- Hip Hop’s Damage Control, which consists of lead rapper and producer: Robert "Class" Bassett Jr. and rapper Joshua "Blak Job" James, offers a rich blend of Acid Jazz, Hip Hop, R&B, and Rap while taking Neo-Soul to a whole new level.
Hip Hop’s Damage Control expresses a deep love for music and admits they were fed up with the mainstream Hip Hop scene and the constant negativity it promotes. They wanted to hear something that had depth and that gave a conscious outlook on life. Their debut album, “The Soul Repair Kit”, has created a growing buzz in the Los Angeles’ underground music scene. “In our modern age, music has moved to a whole new level” says Robert "Class" Bassett Jr.. “The Soul Repair Kit” is Hip Hop grown up. This new CD speaks to the hearts and ears of every early Hip Hop fan with Jazz and Be-Bop fused together to create the beats and sounds that we come to expect from Hip Hop in its 40's. Along with a positive messages that uplift the mind body and spirit.
Hip Hop’s Damage Control recently filmed their music video (Directed by: Marquis Simmons of We Gotta Camera Films) for their new track entitled “The New Vibe” in Chicago's beautiful Millennium Park, in September. “The New Vibe” can be downloaded on iTunes, CD Baby and Amazon. You can also listen to all the tracks of this album on Spotify and iHeart Radio. Delanor Baychester Productions in association with Infusion Music Group are currently working on bringing back positive music to the industry and the world.
For more information, interviews and/or appearances, please contact Alex Griffin at 312.212.0562 xt. 141 or visit: www.hiphopsdamagecontrol.com