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|Info:||eCsile from Independence, Oregon and member of Celtic Poet
Society (also known as Versifier) released his debut album
"Forgotten Dialect Re-rased" in 2007.|
The rapper is also founder of the label: Island Of eCsiLe
Ever since I can remember I loved music. I was born in 1982
in Salem, Oregon. My parents moved around often but we
always lived in the valley.
Both of my parents listened to music in the car and while
working around the house. They had varied tastes so I was
exposed to a greater variety of music as a result. I can
remember singing along to the radio with my mom as a young
child thinking how amazing it would be to stand on a stage
in front of a large crowd of cheering onlookers and sing
songs all evening. My mom liked pop music.
Growing up in the late 1980's I aquired a taste for the
thick robust sound of musicians like Phil Collins and Peter
Gabriel. I dug the synthesizers and strings. Dad was a into
rock. Thus, I came to appreciate the high energy sound of
groups like Bad Company, Led Zeppelin, and AC/DC.
I was first introduced to rap when I was about 9. I was
never the same afterward. Something about the rythm of
people speaking rhymes over a regimented beat really
resonated with me. Although the golden era of Hip Hop had
narowlly passed me by, I didn't completely miss out. Groups
like Grande Master Flash and the Furious 5, Eric B and
Rakim, and others left their mark on me.
When "Gangsta' Rap" took over the genre I was all ears. As
the state of Hip Hop continued to digress to something less
pure than it had originally been, and I became older and
more mature, I eventually became disenfranchised with the
popular form of the music.
Tired of redundant, shallow ballads of seduction and
endulgance, I began to search for something deeper. Artists
like Nas, Blackalicious, Common, and Jurassic 5 became
staples of my Hip Hop collection.
I started writing rhymes some time ago. Over the past few
years I recorded a couple independent projects. One day I
realized that something was missing. Like Hip Hop, I had
lost touch with my roots. I grew up learning about God the
Creator. I read the bible and attended church as a child.
Somewhere along the way I had lost touch with that with God.
That is when I believe that this all began to come together.
God is not some distant elusive persona who exists outside
of the realm of reality evading those who seek to know more
God desires a relationship with each of us and he offers
something which we can only attain through him. Eternal
Life. The day that I regained spiritual consciousness and
renewed my intent to allow God to have the relationship with
me that he wants, God put the right people and circumstances
in my path. Now I try to return the favor and tell everyone
I encounter. Salvation is yours, if you just ask for it.
|Release:||Forgotten Dialect Re-rased|
|Media:||[Digital Download] |
|Recordlabel:||Island Of eCsiLe Records|
|Info:||The album is released in October 2007 and is available as a
free download from the label's site.|
1. Forgotten Dialect (Intro)
2. Destiny (Of eCsiLe) - featuring Cheryl & Michaiah
3. Carry This Burden - featuring Jesse James
5. Music (2007) - featuring Cheryl & Michaiah Senyk
6. When This World Has Gone Away...
7. Truth Is - featuring Fresh Mann
8. Best Friends
9. Suburban Emcee (CD's In A Tapedeck) - featuring Jesse
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