Rapper Bryce the Third releases LP album ‘Internal Revenue’

The rapper and producer of hip hop known as Bryce the Third has released his new full-length album, “Internal Revenue.” It contains 14 tracks for an approximate total listening time of 45 minutes. It has been proudly published as an independent release without the involvement of the corporate music industry. Clever, relevant, and bringing more rat-a-tat than the Fourth of July, “Internal Revenue” by Bryce the Third demands hip hop fans sit up and take notice of this surprise MC out of MI.

Bryce the Third hails from Inkster, Michigan. He cites as main artistic influences Eminem, the Notorious B.I.G., Beanie Sigel, Jadakiss, Lil Wayne, Jay-Z, Kendrick Lamar, J.Cole, Andre 3000, Killer Mike, and Kanye West. His own style takes the solid-state basics of the old-school sound and embellishes them with contemporary elements for a blend which will appeal to hip hop fans from every walk.

But perhaps most importantly, Bryce the Third’s songs narrate nonfiction.

Speaking for himself of his influences, Bryce says, “Just experiences. Things that I’ve been through personally or have seen.”

The integral nature of this in his songs cannot be overstated. He writes music about the conditions in which people live today, the trials they overcome, and the tribulations by which they are overcome. Neither are these fantastic “tales from the ghetto” listeners may find hard to understand. Bryce talks of difficulty getting out of bed with depression, constant media noise that one is bred to failure, the white-knuckle reality that there’s only one grim alternative to holding on.

“First and foremost it’s quality music,” writes Bryce the Third, “that’s most important. Secondly, you know, I’m just hoping that people hear ‘Internal Revenue’ and learn to be okay with who they are. If the listener hasn’t started the journey of looking in the mirror and accepting that person looking back, I hope that this tape can be somewhat of a push for them to start considering these ideas.”

Ultimately, “Internal Revenue” by Bryce the Third is hip hop which poses the argument plainly illustrated on its album cover: what’s outside might not satisfy, and what’s inside might be neglected.

“There’s more to life than the external sh-t,” Bryce says. “Maybe I can introduce the concept of an inner drive to someone who doesn’t know what that is.”

“Internal Revenue” by Bryce the Third is available from SoundCloud and over 600 quality digital music stores online worldwide now (links provided below). Get in early. Very early.

-S. McCauley

Lead Press Release Writer


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Rapper Bar Lingo releases new single ‘Radio’

The Michigan rapper known across the nation as Bar Lingo has released his latest official single, “Radio.” The track has been proudly published on the BreadFyrst Entertainment independent record label without the direction of the corporate music industry. Pumped with bass, old-school power and some of the best lyrics ever to be carved from language, “Radio” by Bar Lingo is easily one of the heaviest-hitting hip hop tracks to emerge in 2016 so far.

Bar Lingo cites as main artistic influences a timeless list of legends. These include Tupac Shakur, Eminem, Scarface, Rakim, Big L, Marvin Gaye, Kool n the Gang, Gap Band, Zapp and Roger, James Brown, and New Edition. His own music has been compared to Mystikal, Snoop Dogg and Ice Cube, each of whom would fit perfectly on a mixtape featuring Bar Lingo.

A current official bio from Breadfyrst Ent. describes Bar Lingo’s writing clout, saying, “In a day and age where hip hop has been watered down and abased to piss-poor lyrics and mediocre hooks, Bar Lingo is a rarity and a breath of fresh air.”

Hip hop fans who agree that the scene has been hurt by a persistent influx of pop elements and pandering to the lowest common denominator are likely to hear much of what they’ve been missing in “Radio” by Bar Lingo. With an emphasis on carefully crafted lines and meaningful themes set to rock-solid back beats and creative instrumentation, Bar Lingo’s rap tracks are a reminder of what great hip hop can be.

Bar Lingo was born Botney Collins in Muskegon, Michigan, an area he calls “as unpretentious and blue collar as it gets.”

“I was born with music embedded in my DNA,” writes Bar Lingo. “I can’t recall a time when music wasn’t a part of my life. I used to drum on everything around the house. My love of music is incomprehensible; it runs deep through my veins. I’ve wanted to be a musician for as long as I can remember.”

While the heady language in Lingo’s music recalls some of the best hip hop ever recorded, the artist himself notes that some people are less enthusiastic about his writing style. He has said that “Guys get intimidated by how rough my bars be without cursing or using explicit content.”

Nevertheless, his fan base grows daily, spurred on by the sheer quality of his tracks as well as by the force of his frequent live performances.

In the end, music by Bar Lingo deserves a listen regardless of what kind of rapper the music fan may usually be listening to, and “Radio” is as good a place to start as any.

The single, “Radio,” by Bar Lingo is available from Breadfyrst Ent. At over 700 online stores worldwide beginning 20 April 2016. Get in early hip hop fans. Very early.

-S. McCauley

Lead Press Release Writer


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