After 4 years of writing, experimenting and exploring different groups of musical influences than most would expect, Slakah the Beatchild has released the debut album by his alter ego, The Slakadeliqs entitled The Other Side of Tomorrow. The Other Side of Tomorrow is available now for “pay what you can, with no minimum” download at http://theslakadeliqs.bandcamp.com/.
The Slakadeliqs explains, “What’s most important to me is that as many people have access to my music. I know times are rough right now and even if you don’t have the dough you still deserve to have great music. But in addition to this, I want the people to decide for them self what the value of these songs are to them, so I’ve decided to make the album “pay what you can” with no minimum.”
Released independently with no record label at exactly 12:00am on Tuesday January 17, 2012, The Other Side of Tomorrow has already received over 100,000 total plays and has the Internet and Twitter exploding with excitement! Numerous websites and blogs from around the world have posted about the album, and The Slakadeliqs received a big co-sign from music superstar Drake, who tweeted: “One of my favorite producers I ever worked with just dropped his album… http://theslakadeliqs.bandcamp.com”.
Vastly different from his previous hip-hop and soul focused work, The Slakadeliqs showcases Slakah the Beatchild’s range and musical diversity drawing inspiration from an eclectic mix of artists including Neil Young, The Guess Who, Tingsek, The Zombies, The B-52’s, UB40, Jimmy Cliff, Bob Marley, Andre 3000, The Beatles and Lenny Kravitz. The Other Side of Tomorrow is a journey from a different creative perspective than most are accustomed to from Slakah the Beatchild, who hopes to introduce new and existing fans to a new sound and musical experience.
Source: On the Fly Public Relations
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