Crown City Rockers – “Body Rock”
“Live life off the wall like M.J. / Sweat til the whole floor wet, comprendé?”
Crown City Rockers are all for good times and even better music, a philosophy that they stand by on their bangin’, party-worthy single “Body Rock.” The catchy chorus and melody are as infectious as the beat, so expect some swaying and swinging to go down whenever this track’s busting out of your speakers. With a hook like “So-so-socializin’ on a Saturday night / and we’re just movin’ to the music and you’re holdin’ me tight / just let your body rock” you merely need to heed the good word of the Crown City Rockers for the party to follow.
Comprised of stellar emcee Raashan Ahmad, producer Woodstock, keyboardist Kat Ouano, bassist/producer Headnodic, and drummer Max MacVeety, Crown City Rockers are a genre-blending powerhouse of musical prowess. Combining classic soul samples and funk-inspired beats with their live instrumentation creates a fresh sound that stands out from today’s hip-hop crowd. Formed in Boston’s Roxbury neighborhood, the crew relocated to Oakland, CA where things really took off. After releasing two successful albums, this clan has major clout in the Bay Area, being proclaimed the “Best Hip Hop Group in the Bay” by SF Weekly and the SF Guardian which said “The six piece outfit throws down for the cause with an admirably honest effort that shows more than anything else, their dedication to the art form.” Their new single “Body Rock” is in stores now.
Streams: Crown City Rockers – “Body Rock“