Sicko Soldado Releases
"City of the Dead" Album
11/12/11 - LatinRapper.com news
/ Dead Silence press release
Revolutionary street soldier, Sicko Soldado. Known for his one-of-a-kind pitch on the mic,
but beneath the hardcore exterior lies a human being with
essentiality, invariably coming with fresh music and rhymes.
His new CD "City of the Dead" slated for release November 1,
2011 (Dead Silence Records) is a chain of bilingual hip hop
tracks motivated by his bold attitude and intense
individualism. The album features
production by Kemo the Blaxican and Ikuestion.
City of the Dead is Sicko’s second album on Dead Silence
Records. This 15 track album is provoked by bravery and fired
up by concentrated creativity and dramatic cultured lyrical
substance. Sicko’s album is infused with dark
illumination and deep articulated multicultural rhymes that
are motivating and poetic.
Sicko Soldado puts his heart on the line, discusses growing up
in poverty, along with occupying a blazing heart, and
fundamentally chose this title because this is music for the
souls of the forgotten ones.
Sicko Soldado not only represents himself or his city and
culture, but all of human kind. This album features
collaborations with Breezewood La Connecta, Mads the Hated,
Ephive, Mostro, Griz and features production from Kemo the
Blaxican, Ikuestion, DJ Reverance, Mads the Hated, and
“It is a diary of the
things I was going through, feelings that I have giving my own
opinion on life and in the game. My songs on this album are
from the heart,” says Sicko.
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