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[Spanish Hip Hop] Producer Ese-O Drops Video With Some of The Rawest Female Emcees From Mexico
November 13, 2014  //  By:   //  Music, Spanish Hip Hop  //  No Comment   //   539 Views

In 1988, violence at rap concerts and black-on-black crime inspired Boogie Down Productions leader KRS-One to found the Stop the Violence Movement and produce the all-star single “Self Destruction.” That project was dominated by East Coast rappers.  So in 1990, some of California’s top rappers formed the West Coast Rap All-Stars and recorded “We’re All in the Same Gang”, which became California’s equivalent of Stop the Violence. The list of participants is impressive. Dr. Dre,MC Ren, Easy=E, Def Jeff, Ice-T, Tone Loc, MC Hammer, King Tee, Young MC, Digital Underground, Oaktown’s 357.

Fast forward 25 years later and there have been countless songs of rappers coming together for a common cause. This has always been a big thing among Latino Rappers.  In the early 2000′s the Miami based rapper Yeyo formed “La Conekta” which featured some of the best Latino MC’s from Latin America.  Then the Spain based Rapper El Chojín started a international project called Rap Contra El Racismo, which brought us a series of songs by Spanish language rappers. 

So now Ese-O, MC, a Mexico, DF emcee, producer and member of the rap group Artimaña is planning on releasing a series of songs and videos with different artists, all produced by him.  He just released the first of the series and just called it “Part 1″. What really sets this first video apart is that for the first time ever this not only brings together female Spanish language emcees from Mexico, but they are truly some of the hardest, rawest ladies on the mic right now. The video features that talents of Malva, Afromega, Jota Ache, Sidu, Zalme, Hispana and Nefftys.  

Over all the rhymes are nice and these ladies could definitely go toe to toe with their male counterparts. On the production side, things are not as exciting. Although I understand what Ese-O is trying to accomplish, there are just not any changes happening in the song. This is a perfect example great rap rhymes that just did not translate into a actual song, but are just MC going non-stop rhyming.    

 

 

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About the Author :

Originally from the San Francisco Bay Area and currently live in Simi Valley, CA. I've worked as on air talent in both English & Spanish radio, as well as formed part of Latin Marketing for major record labels. In recent years I have lead development artist campaigns.

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