HardHeadz Go 8100 Percent For New Album
Posted on September 1, 2005 by Jamie Slaughter
Delivering true to life gangsta flows on countless DJ Screws mix tapes, A Million Dollars Later (1998), All Work, No Play (1999), and Soldiers United For The Cash: The Sound Track (2001), The Herschelwood HardHeadz is poised with 8100% Blocked Out, on HardHeadz Entertainment.
Southern Hip Hop trio Herschelwood HardHeadz are gaining momentum as they prepare their full length album 8100% Blocked Out set to be released on August, 2005 their first LP of original material since 1998.
Named after the south side Houston Texas neighborhood they grew up in and their state of mind to "the game", the group Herschelwood HardHeadz was formed in 1993. Comprising of Duke, Knock, Archie Lee and former member Lil? KeKe, they made appearances on several of the late DJ Screw and his collaboration of artists The Screwed Up Click (SUC) mix tapes and CDs. Gaining a loyal musical following through their tales of hustling in H- Town's Southpark's hard streets, the Herschelwood HardHeadz released their first album A Million Dollars Later.
The Herschelwood HardHeadz elaborated on their upcoming album, 8100% Blocked Out, a two- CD set (Straight Play and Collector?s Edition Chopped & Screwed) after a recent performance with ScarFace.
"People are going to feel us with 8100% Blocked Out. It shows our growth musically and business wise. We gonna keep it gangsta,? said Duke aka Pie Face.
"This album is fire man! We're repping our block (Herschelwood) and the Southern Rap music scene with a sick flows, smooth hooks, and head boppin' production," he further commented.
8100% Blocked Out features the likes of the late Fat Pat, C- Note and Billy Cook, with production by The Craft, Beat Brothers, Solo, Da Assassins, and Kojak.
DJ B- Do produced the Collector?s Edition Chopped & Screwed version.
Their singles are "Fire" and "Do Me Regardless."