Mind Power Entertainment drops Vol 5 of the United Nationz of Hip Hop series. This volume is hosted by former Killarmy member Dom Pachino who makes it a Napalm New Year, introducing tracks from himself, Krumbsnatcha, Cuban Pete, Erick Sermon, and many more.
Mind Power Entertainment is the label started by Krumbsnatcha (GangStarr Foundation) and Justis Hype.
Dom Pachino a.k.a. PR Terrorist is known for his success as a founding member of the Wu-Tang affiliated group Killarmy,
collectively over 500,000 units worldwide. He appeared on Platinum and
Gold albums such as Wu-Tang Clan's “Wu-Tang Forever” as well as “The
Swarm” and "Bobby Digital in Stereo." He has three successful world
tours with the Clan and two solo arranged by the man himself
His latest album 'T-3 (The Killer Concoction)' is the third installment of his Tera Iz Him series.
Get the album HERE and check out the official video for Its So Hard below:
Sirreal believes in a world where connection can be the antidote to
death. For him, what drives connection is music. Music is the medicine
that has been around for longer than any of the prescribed vaccines,
anti depressants or painkillers that we see today. Rhythm is in our
soul, our heartbeat and everything around us.
What inspires Sirreal the most is the ability to help people feel
less alone through the messages they can relate to within his art.
While growing up he spent his time listening to Jimi Hendrix,
Stevie Ray Vaughn, Bob Marley, Led Zeppelin, Run DMC, Eric B and Rakim,
Big Daddy Kane and of course his moms eclectic mix of Heart, Pat
Benatar, AC/DC and Metallica. On his own he discovered Nirvana, Pearl
Jam, Deftones, Tool, Eminem, Chali 2na and many other influences that
shaped his perception of art.
Hailing from Nanaimo BC Canada he has been
working with his community by going to schools and talking to youth
about suicide prevention, resilience and getting through hard times with
art for 6 years. In that time he has spoken to over 10,000 youth.
Losing his brother, father and 2 best friends to suicide, Sirreal
knows the effect that it can have on families, communities and those
left behind. He wants his message to make a difference and let people
know that they are not alone with their struggles. He has made it his
mission to give people the medicine of music. He has taken his
experiences and turned his broken pieces into art.
“I want to bring my message of music as medicine to the
world, one invisible person at a time. With currently working on 2 new
albums, The Blue and The Red albums. The Pills on the front cover
represent the different medicines we need depending on our mental health
status at the time. We all have that song we listen to when we are sad
and need to feel uplifted. And also have songs for when we just want to
let it all out and have fun.
I have made 2 pieces of art that cover the
full spectrum of those emotions. My hope is to help everyone feel less
alone and invisible; only then can we start to combat this epidemic of
depression, loneliness and suicide. I stand ready to fight for those who
don’t have the strength currently to fight for themselves.”
"My father was raised on the beautiful islands of the Bahamas. Due to my father’s talents being a multi-instrumentalist and singer; the Bohemian people gifted him with the name Maestro. Once my pops realized my musical ability, his legacy was passed on to me. To diversify the both of us, I added the number 31; which is his favorite number.
I am originally from New Haven, Connecticut. Also, I spent some time in Fayetteville, North Carolina! Shout out to my 910 family! My musical abilities was cultivated in Atlanta, GA."