"H3 stands for the manifestation of hip hop in all of its various forms. Practically, H3 will throw events, support individual artists, endorse causes, and participate in any medium that propagates hip hop as a culture and art-form. H3 is the physical instantiation of hip hop and lives through the creative efforts of its individual members working together towards common goals. H3 creates hip hop – we live hip hop – we are hip hop."
Tuesday, January 10, 2012
FREE ALBUM! The Antiheroes - This is freeDUMB
The Antiheroes have done the unthinkable, the unfathomable, the absolutely insane! - OK, I might be getting a bit overly worked up about it. Sha and Flex have re-released their debut album, This is freeDUMB, for free! Given this fact, this album is a MUST HAVE. It's a certifiably dope album, read a review of it here: http://mcfubb.blogspot.com/2011/10/album-review-antiheroes-this-is.html
Free download HERE: http://theantiheroes.bandcamp.com/album/this-is-freedumb
Read more about the release here:
We understand that times are changing. In order to succeed in any market these days, you must adapt. I guess you can say your first project is looked at as a resume of sorts, which is why we have decided to give you our debut LP for free. In a time where music is disposable, we wanted to produce something memorable. Something with staying power. We definitely feel that we achieved that goal.
We faced many ups and downs while recording this project, including talks of hanging it up and passively letting music fall into the monotonous hole that seems to grow bigger every day. Most of these talks stemmed from us being so passionate about what we put into this record. We knew the chance of it being slept on and looked over among all the top 40, bubblegum music that dominates this industry was high. It is a justified fear, but not one that we felt should stop the process. You know what they say: how can you win if you never try? We pushed. We felt it needed to be heard. There is so much to be said about this album and I hope each of you walks away with something that you relate to. Because at the end of the day, it’s all about connecting. I’m not sure at what point up-and-coming artists felt it was ok to put themselves on a pedestal and not be relatable. We are all in this together ─ either chasing dreams, working thankless jobs, or just trying to find a purpose and truly live for something. We want to thank all of you who purchased the physical album or picked it up on itunes or other digital outlets. We appreciate the love. There is no greater feeling than looking out at a show and seeing people who truly believe in what you are doing. We can only hope you understand how much we bleed for this music; and if you don’t, we hope this will help you see.