The songwriter and producer of hip hop known as Lil’Click has released his latest official album, “Money and the Power.” The album contains 15 original Lil’Click tracks for an approximate total listening time of 42 mins. It has been proudly published as an independent release without the involvement of the corporate music industry on the TherroBone Entertainment record label. Explicit, heavy-hitting and booming with bass, “Money and the Power” proves that Lil’Click still has what broke him to the public view at the start of the 21st century.
New Orleans, Louisiana’s Lil’Click cites as main artistic influences Scarface, 8 Ball and MJG, Soulja Slimm, Master P, and artists under the Cash Money Records label. Lil’Click’s own sound takes elements from each of these and adds something fresh and unique for a result unlike anything today’s music fans have heard before. With an emphasis on a high production value, deep cuts and Click’s trademark raw vocal tones, “Money and the Power” by Lil’Click has a little something for everybody.
Commenting on the overall meaning of “Money and the Power,” Lil’Click says, “My Story, I always try to express how Im feeling at the moment and try to touch the people who can relate.”
Asked to describe his start in music, Lil’Click writes, “It was just my love of music and the need to be creative.”
“Money and the Power” is the most prominent official release from Lil’Click since his popular 2000 LP album, “G 4 Lyfe,” which sold over 50,000 copies on the Ricochet Records label. He has performed and/or collaborated with artists including: Crook-I, the Ying Yang Twins, Soulja Slim, Juvenile, Choppa, Tre-8, Blakk Ice, L.O.G, Geto Boys, Baby Boy, C-Murder, and many artists from the hip-hop underground scene.
Lil’Click’s current official bio reads: “When Hurricane Katrina hit New Orleans, Alvin Stone was already working on his next project. Due to the separation of the Ricochet Family, like any determined artist Lil’Click turned his grind into Grizzly Grindin. He now represents his own label, TherroBone Entertainment. He loves being independent and free to create from the heart. Two weeks after he lost his unborn son, he knew it was time to leave and start a new life. With the destruction of his city he made a move that has always been in his heart – he left the streets of the murder capital that was getting worse on a daily basis. Hurricane Katrina caused a lot of grief, but for the chosen such as Lil’Click, it opened doors that seemed locked before.”
“Money and the Power” by Lil’Click on the TherroBone Entertainment label is available from over 600 quality digital music stores online worldwide now. Get in early, hip hop fans.
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