Babygrande Records releases Sa-Ra Creative Partners & Polyrhythm Addicts
NEW YORK, NY -- Along with the March 13th release of Gillie Da Kid's "The Best of the GDK Mixtapes" (check out the latest RIGHT NOW for Gillie talking more smack about Lil' Wayne, Cash Money and more http://www.hiphopcrack.com/viewVideo.hhc?videoId=66), Babygrande Records keeps the heat rolling in 2007 with two HUGE anticipated releases from Kanye West/G.O.O.D. Music artists Sa-Ra Creative Partners "The Hollywood Recordings", as well as "Breakglass" from DJ Spinna, Shabaam Sahdeeq, Mr. Complex, Tiye Phoenix also known as The Polyrhythm Addicts, both hitting streets on April 24th!!
On April 24th…
Sa-Ra Creative Partners "The Hollywood Recordings"
The recipients of a 2+ year set up as part of Kanye West's G.O.O.D. Music/Sony imprint, the Sa-Ra Creative Partners finally see the light with the April 24th release of “The Hollywood Recordings,” the prequel to their forthcoming major label album debut. Contrary to popular speculation, the trio are very much united, having emerged unscathed from the perilous depths of an ever shifting major label landscape.
Many artists talk about going to the proverbial “next level.” The Sa-Ra Creative Partners -- Taz Arnold, Om’Mas Keith and Shafiq Husayn --simply exist there. They just are beyond what everyone else is doing creatively. That’s because the Los Angeles/New York-based collective creates for more than the act of making music. Sa-Ra -- whose disparate resume includes work with Dr. Dre, Kanye West, John Legend, Jurassic 5, Ice-T, Lord Finesse -- creates for the universe. It’s Afro Magnetic Electronic Spiritualism.
“Sa-Ra is a magical trio,” says Taz, a proud citizen of the globe who was raised in South Central Los Angeles. “We’re three lords from different aspects of the universe, different walks of life, here to put something magical together for the people.”
Ready for release on Babygrande Records, the album collection defies categorization and represents Sa-Ra’s complete vision, which encompasses more than just music. “We take the best of all doctrines, all the practices, all sciences and have developed our own style,” Om’Mas explains. “That’s where we’re at. We’ve very eclectic because, unlike many people, we’ve been able to identify that with which is best of all systems -- belief, monetary -- and take piece by piece to develop this master blueprint. It’s proven to be successful.”