Welcome to Hyphyland as Krushadelic takes you on a Ghost Ride
Oakland, CA, October 12, 2007 – Pioneer, Oakland based rapper, Krushadelic, is currently getting ready to release his fourth solo album this fall. As one of the godfathers of the Hyphy movement, Krush is not only a rapper, but also a producer and the CEO of his own label, Armada Entertainment, and will count this project as an impressive twenty-fifth release from his imprint.
The album, titled Ghost Rider, takes it’s name from the west coast trend that has been popularized by hyphy culture. Ghost Rider features an array of talented artists including Ray J, Too Short, Keak Da Sneak, Mistah F.A.B., Andre Nickatina and R&B legend, Chaka Khan. The first single is “Ready, Set, Go” and was produced by Krushadelic himself. As a well sought after producer in the Bay Area, Krush, did the all the production on his album.
An original member of the West Oakland rap group, UnderGround Rebellion, Krush has been a mainstay on the West Coast hip hop scene since the 90’s. In an industry where so many artists have come and gone, Krush has proved time and time again that he has staying power. Speaking on his upcoming release, Krush gives some insight on his newest project, “I feel Ghost Rider is some of my best work to date and yet my most difficult with the death of my mother and grand mother two weeks apart. This album is full of true to life stories and an example of strength. Just when you seem to be at the bottom of life’s barrel and at your weakest, we find ways to keep pushing forward in life with a new aggression”.
The Hottest releases in the industry right now are coming from the Bay Area and this one’s no exception, get ready for Ghost Rider.