Remo Da Rapstar Prepares Debut Phenomenon Album
Posted on August 23, 2006 by Jamie Slaughter
Standing out in the crowd may be a challenge for some, but Bronx native Remo Da Rapstar is bringing a new standard of artistic integrity and business sense to the world of music. With the release of his debut street album, Rapstar Phenomenon, on the horizon, Remo has positioned himself with a solid foundation for distribution and promotion that surpasses most independent campaigns in today's market.
Slated for release on September 19, 2006 on Remo's own KMG Enterprises imprint, Rapstar Phenomenon features an impressive array of collaborators. Some of Hip Hop’s biggest DJ’s, including Clinton Sparks, DJ Dirty Harry, DJ Vlad and Green Lantern, are set to co-host the album, while heavy-hitting producers such as The Heatmakerz (Cam’ron, Lil’ Flip), Ron Browz (Nas, 50 Cent), Jemstone (I'm Fresh) and C.O.D. (Just do It, Its a 187) will be manning the boards.
The project features some of New York’s freshest new talent, as well as an international collaboration with Booba, the rapper hailed as the “50 Cent of France.” The lead single from the project, "Just Say No," is available for stream or download at www.tygereye.net/remo
Since his beginnings with Kings Of The Castle (K.O.C.), a collective of Bronx MC's from the notorious Castle Hill Projects, Remo Da Rapstar has utilized his amazing marketing skills to pave his own path in business. He developed his company, All City Distribution, into a premier outlet for some of the country's biggest DJ's and hottest talent to get their music to the world. “I'm going in and aiming for the top," explains Remo. "I'm not just trying to be a rapper; I'm trying to be the epitome of what every rapper should be. I want to raise the bar for what’s going on out here.”