Hyro Da Hero Talks "Birth, School, Work Death", Tupac, and More
Tue, 12 Apr 2011 18:04:13
"I want everybody to vibrate on a higher frequency," says Hyro Da Hero.
He's going to get his wish once the world gets a load of his debut album Birth, School, Work, Death.
With production by the legendary Ross Robinson [Korn, Slipknot, Sepultura] and a band featuring Daniel Anderson [guitar, Idiot Pilot], Paul Hinojos [bass, At the Drive-In / Sparta / The Mars Volta] and Blood Brothers' Cody Votolato [guitar] and Mark Gajadhar [drums], Hyro Da Hero is ready to shake pop culture like it's never been shaken before. Birth, School, Work, Death walks the line between the street bravado of 2pac's All Eyez On Me and Rage Against the Machine's self-titled debut, marrying rap and rock like never before. You can hear it louder than gunshots through the project on the album's riff-ed out first single, "Ghetto Ambiance." Hyro screams with a catharsis that could start a revolution on "Sleeping Giants," and on "Grudge" he raps with a fire that could burn Jay-Z and Lil Wayne right out of the top of the genre.
This is some real shit. This is the future. Get with it now because this kid is going to change the world…
Hyro Da Hero sat down for an exclusive interview with ARTISTdirect.com editor and Dolor author Rick Florino about Birth, School, Work, Death, hearing 2pac for the first time, and so much more.
Get Birth, School, Work, Death now! Visit Hyro's official site and watch our interview below!
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