Fabp aka Fabpz the Freelancer Announces the Release of New Song “Beauty Girl” on X-Calade Promotionz
“Beauty Girl” is the hot new song from Fabp aka Fabpz the Freelancer mixing a unique rap flow, dance hall influences and a hypnotic beat. Out on the independent label X-Calade Promotionz, rap fans have greeted the new hit with enthusiasm.
January 26, 2015
Fabp aka Fabpz the Freelancer, is an example of an artist who can do it all. Rap, write and produce his own slamming beats, a true rarity in hip hop, and a throwback to the music's roots. Fabp recently announced the release of his latest song “Beauty Girl”, his ode to an “all around hot body girl in his life who has all the hot looks”, and the song is quickly getting very positive attention. A safe bet is the rapper/producer is setting himself up for very big things.
“Music was always my passion from my Teenage years back in the 90's when I started to juggle records on my friends Sound System called Black Gold Sound System and going to Open Mic Sessions with my other peeps,” commented Fabp. “I learned how to make beats and produce at I.A.R. In New York City, and 'Beauty Girl' is my latest song, that I hope people are going to enjoy as much as I enjoyed making it!”
According to the artist, the amount of music he produces is ever increasing as he further masters his craft. Also the CEO of X-Calade Promotionz, a rising independent label that offers music downloads, CD's and t-shirts, expect to hear much more from Fabp aka Fabpz the Freelancer in the weeks, months and years to come.
For more information be sure to visit http://x-caladepromotionz.com.
There’s Hip-Hop in the Underground Dancehall
Fabp aka Fabpz the Freelancer’s latest mix-tape displays his do-it-yourself skills.
“I wouldn’t say I write my songs … I prefer to call it ‘freestyling.” – (Fabp aka Fabpz the Freelancer)
QUEENS, NEW YORK (10 September 2013) – Deep beneath Jamaica, Queens a freelancer sits in his studio surrounded by equipment. His name is Pete Atkinson. Atkinson is better known as “Fabp aka Fabpz the Freelancer” and there's Hip-Hop rising out of his Underground Dancehall, as well as his latest release, X-CaladePromotionz.com.
From the first hints of a new rhythm, all the way to his latest release, Fabpz is a true “do-it-yourself-er” with years of study as both an engineer and artist. Before becoming Fabpz, Atkinson spent years perfecting his craft, attending The Institute of Audio Research in New York City. “Studying to be an engineer gave me the technical experience I needed to use tools such as Roland keyboards and Reason,” Atkinson says.
Fabpz's latest mix-tape, entitled X-CaladePromotionz.com has seventeen tracks that are best described as Indie Hardcore, with elements of Dancehall and Hip-Hop. All of the selections feature hints of the myriad of influence on Fabpz from artists such as Busta' Rhymes, LL Cool J, Jay-Z and Bounty Killer. Atkinson elaborates, “My passion and influence of these artists started in the 1990s, but really became focused in 2006 while attending I.A.R.
”Fabpz’s latest release, X-CaladePromotionz.com, produces collisions of an uncanny blend of genres. For Fabpz, the creative process isn’t simply songwriting. He explains, "I wouldn’t say I write my songs, I’m a Artist that Freestyles them." All of the songs on X-CaladePromotionz.com are original written, produced and engineered by Fabpz. Key tracks on the mix-tape includes "Jook Out De Gal Dem" "Baby Girl Come Take It" and "Tall Up, Tall Up.
"All three songs contain a strong reggae and Jamaican influences. "Jook Out De Gal Dem" stands out as a gem with its lighthearted storyline of a girl dancing to the rhythm. "Tall Up, Tall Up" and "Baby Girl Come Take It" stay true to Fabpz’s themes, which revolve around the attraction, interaction and beauty of women. Behind the carefree and tongue-in-cheek scenes set on each track by X-CaladePromotionz.com, is the Do-It-Yourself freelancer at work – freestyling his skills. It all emanates deep from within the Hip-Hop in Fabpz’s Underground Dancehall.
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Pete Atkinson, ASCAP