MP3: Sareem Poems – “Come Get It” Feat. Theory Hazit Long Beach Emcee Releases New Track From Deluxe Edition Re-Release Of Acclaimed, Black And Read All Over

MP3: Sareem Poems – “Come Get It” Feat. Theory Hazit Long Beach Emcee Releases New Track From Deluxe Edition Re-Release Of Acclaimed, Black And Read All Over

Critical Praise for Sareem Poems:

“With a guy like Sareem Poems, you never know what you’re going to get. Sharlock Poems or The LA Symphony, an emcee or poet, hip-hop or rap… While the man continuously reinvents himself, one thing is redundantly clear – you know you’ll get something worth listening to.” –

The Song:

You might not jump at the name, but Sareem Poems is no stranger to the game. Formerly Sharlok Poems of LA Symphony, the Long Beach, California emcee has been contributing his brand of positive hip-hop and earning the respect of hip-hop fans for years. On his latest single, “Come Get It”, off his Mello Music Group release, Black and Read All Over Deluxe Edition, Sareem makes sure you know he’s no new-comer. Joining forces with another well-respected and longtime contributor to the hip-hop world, producer/DJ Theory Hazit, Sareem delivers another eye opening hip-hop gem and demands that you pay attention.

“Mind of a black panther/Heart of a black pastor.” Within seconds of cueing it up, the brooding church bells, thumping bass drum, and hardcore spitfire assault slams your speakers. The powerful combination of Sareem and Theory is a perfect storm of intelligent lyrics, complex rhyme flow, and heavy-hitting production. “Come Get It” is one of the most relentless tracks you’ve heard in ages. Prepare to be bumping it out your car for weeks to come.

Come Get It” Feat. Theory Hazit

The Background:

For Sareem Poems, love is the revolution. The Long Beach, California bred emcee maintains a humble mentality while combining complex metaphors, catchy hooks, and heavy bass tone vocals. His positive music changes expectations within hip-hop as he speaks with truth & soul, omitting anything reminiscent of gun glorifying, thugged out rap. No novice to recording major releases, Sareem earned his stripes with the LA Symphony crew. He is now following up on the success of his Blooming Sounds project by enlisting Theory Hazit to man the boards on his newest release, as well as some guest production by D.C. super-producer Oddisee. The new album, Black & Read All Over Deluxe Edition, lets the raw vocals of Sareem Poems’ gospel mix with the haunting voice of Georgia Anne Muldrow, up-beat rhymes of Pigeon John, and Akil of J-5, along with a plethora of other prominent guests including Ragen Fykes who possesses one of the most beautiful voices in music today. The Deluxe Edition includes all 14 album cuts with their respective instrumentals, 5 remix tracks, and original artwork by Gene Pendon of HVW8 also included. Check out the Black & Read All Over Deluxe Edition, available now via Mello Music Group.

About Mello Music Group:

Like Lao Tzu in hip-hop, Mello Music Group provides music for the soul, from the heart of American culture, opening the realm of the intelligent hip-hop experience through melodic evocations, beats that corroborate the truth, and voices that roar above the rising void and impose order on the terrible & triumphant moments of everyday life. This is the compelling sound of Mello Music Group. Industry newcomer Michael Tolle founded MMG in 2007 and is acting Director of Operations. MMG will be releasing projects from Oddisee, Georgia Anne Muldrow, Kenn Starr, Finale, Trek Life, Dudley Perkins, Sareem Poems, and YU in 2010.

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