Press Release (ePRNews.com) - BALTIMORE - Feb 02, 2017 - Due to the creatively raw, unique, versatile, subliminal, lyrical and melodic entertaining hip-hop style of QuestionMark Asylum, managed to stand out among many other talented and gifted artist within their area. With the DMV often being described as an area oversaturated with what many call, crabs in a barrel. Fortunately, this groups extreme passion towards the ongoing pursuit of own creative and original identity within the hip-hop culture.
QuestionMark Asylum purely creative style is what led to being the very first hip hop group in the DMV area to ever land a record deal with a major record label. The original members of the group are Rosta Swan aka Eddie Black, Misstafiss aka Fiss Dogg, Digge Doms and Ding Ding Ding (deceased). Earlier on in the career a well known and extremely talented up & coming DJ/music producer and member of the group. Rico Anderson was the very first producer, going by the name DJ Lee Major. Later DJ Major Lee ended up parting ways with the group after a few business complications.
Years later, Eddie Black (Rasta Swan) and Victorious met and started making music together under their record label. The two produced and wrote several songs together. In the year 2015 QuestionMark Asylum was unexpectedly nominated for a DMV Titan Award right out of the clear blue sky for being the very first hip hop group in the DMV area to ever land a record deal with a major record label. The group couldn’t help but be overwhelmed with a great feeling of respect, honor and accomplishment when they received this award as it surly reminded them of where all of their multiple journeys first truly began.
Shortly after accepting the award with the greatest amount of gratitude. The 3 group members decided to come together as one to create more hits that the fans would love with the exception of one original member who decided to pursue a solo entrepreneurial endeavor.
Here are some to the Written Reviewers from Music Lovers:
1. A gentle melody opens up this track. The vocal performance is solid with the chorus effort. The energy from the lyrics and the beat is quite impressive. Nicely done. A fun track.
2. I enjoyed the beat on this track. The rolling snare was pretty interesting. The producer did a nice job putting this whole thing together. I would listen to this track again.
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