Dynamic Production Duo out of Atlanta via the DMV
Lyrical master of flow Legend comes back to the West Coast and performs along with other dope artists like: Linoskiii, Tyme Seekers, Dat Boi H.O.P on October 28th, 2017 for the Halloweed Event at The Alchemy Lounge in Downtown L.A.. "I've been working real hard in the studio to finish up the album and we're real close. I appreciate the love that I get when I'm in Cali and happy to be going back out there." - Legend
This evening is clearly going to be lit!!! Connect and follow the artists and those putting on the show.
Must be 21 and older to enter.
*DRINK SPECIALS throughout the night!
The Alchemy Lounge Downtown L.A.- 604 W Pico Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90015 Directions
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Oso Major, home to artist Legend–who we’ve featured a few times now–recently hit us up with their latest artist, Sirweah. With a cadence that almost resembles J Cole, the young artist isn’t married to hip-hop exclusively and dabbles in a sound that more accurately resembles ‘hip-pop,’ although he has bars [evidenced by his remix of Wizkid’s Afropop hit, “Final (Baba Nla)”]. This loose allegiance to one particular sound not only paints a picture of him as a real artist but also makes his catalog of music currently available deliciously eclectic; an example of this is his unique spin on Jason Chen’s acoustic version of “Photograph.”
“For me, it’s never been about proving myself the best rapper or vocalist; there’s always going to be someone who has me beat at that,” he points out. “If I could, however, give the best feeling to a listener with just one song, then I feel like I’ve succeeded. That’s what my music has always been about; making people feel, and giving them hope from those emotions.”
His latest record, “Everybody Knows,” is a piano-driven, radio-ready single that helps to establish his sound as established; with a catchy sing-song hook and an undertone of ‘look at me I made it,’ the record has legs. You can grab it now on iTunes. Check out some of his music below.
Sirweah's Making of "Everyone Knows" [Single]
The newest star in the making from Oso Major Entertainment, Sirweah brings his hit single, “Everyone Knows”. The creativity from this multi talented artist is shared with a behind the scenes look at the creation of his single.
For those that do not know this major artist, Sirweah is a Singer/Songwriter and record producer from New Jersey.
His music is a result of experimenting, primarily, with Pop and Hip Hop music, which he often tags as "Hip Pop". Although he dabbles in such genres, the Liberian native, considers himself to be less of the ordinary rapper or singer that's confined to one style, but rather an artist that uses inspiration from all avenues to paint a bigger picture that is his music.
“Everyone Knows” is the first single from Sirweah’s upcoming project, “Sounds from Overseas”. This track shows how Sirweah can tell a story with lyrical punch lines that resonate with his audience and shows his range and powerful voice as he sings his own hook. The comparisons to B.O.B and even Kid Cudi draw you into the song as he tells you where he came from, “We came along way from singing in dem hallways” to his motivation of creating a beautiful picture of passion and drive as he states he will never stop making music.
Sirweah (pronounced Sir-way) is a Singer/Songwriter and record producer from New Jersey. His music is a result of experimenting, primarily, with Pop and Hip Hop music which he often tags as "Hip Pop". Although he dabbles in such genres, the Liberian native, considers himself to be less of the ordinary rapper or singer that's confined to one style, but rather an artist that uses inspiration from all avenues to paint a bigger picture that is his music.
"For me, it's never been about proving myself the best rapper or vocalist; there's always going to be someone who has me beat at that," says the humble artist who also admits to not being very devoted to Hip Hop at a young age. "If I could, however, give the best feeling to a listener with just one song, then I feel like I've succeeded. That's what my music has always been about; making people feel, and giving them hope from those emotions". This mindset is what sets him on a different path - a sonically and conceptually liberating one.
Coming out of Springfield, Illinois, hails a very lyrical artist by the name of Legend. Hopefully, he will live up to his stage name. So far, after streaming his tracks “I’m Here,” “Count of 3,” “Stand for Somethin'” and “Protect And Serve,” we can bet that over time, Legend will be on everyone’s radar. Our philosophy is it’s better to give proper due to an artist now and that’s what we are doing today.
Recently signed by OSO Major Entertainment, Legend is busy making move and creating that music that everyone can vibe to. Legend is versatility, mixing hip hop and R&B in his music. His artistry is definitely well-rounded. So, we had to do an interview with this new artist and see what he has been up to, his highlights of his career thus far, plus more. Peep the interview below!
Tell us about yourself and your music.
Legend: The majority of the music I create, is a release. It’s the heartaches, the anger, the love, the lust. It’s the highs and the lows. There is a story behind every song.
How would you describe your sound?
Legend: Lyrical music that paints a picture for you.
Talk about the experience making your song/mixtape.
Legend: I listen to different instrumentals from various producers. Once I hear one that I fall in live with, the song pretty much writes itself. The instrumental basically says to me “this is a love song”, or “this is a song about kicking it and having fun”. My job is to apply the words to describe what the music is saying
What are you currently working on? Any new projects? Shows?
Legend: I’m currently working on a mixtape Shoot 2 Kill, as well as my sophomore album Technical Difficulties .
What has been your biggest highlight in your music career this far?
Legend: I would have to say performing at The House of Blues in Hollywood, CA. It was one of the last performances before it was torn down, so that makes it pretty special as well.
Name your ideal collaboration: mainstream or independent artist(s).
Legend: I would say right now it would be, a collab with Future. I love his work.
Name something random that people do not know about you.
Legend: My favorite genre of music is R&B. I love hip-hop as well, but R&B has my heart.
What’s one thing you have learned or discovered while being in the indie music scene/industry?
Legend: I’ve learned that promotion is THE most important aspect of music. There are tons and tons of very talented and gifted people out here. At the end of the day, what really matters is being in the right place at the right time. So you have to be everywhere.
What can we expect from you in the future?
Legend: You can expect me to show off my versatility. The mixtape is going prove my lyrical talent and my album is geared more towards catchy music that you won’t be able to get out of your head.
Anything else you would like to share with our readers?
Legend: Like I said before promotion is key, so if you enjoy the music that I create please, please share it with as many people possible.
***** Written by Trish Wallace - Follow Purple Bars
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We wrote about Springfield, Illinois, rapper Legend a little while back — and were both surprised and impressed by his latest joint that hit our inbox. It’s no secret police brutality is a hot button topic and unquestionably an epidemic in the United States of America. Legend, who wanted to take a less straightforward attempt at air his grievances, dropped ” Protect and Serve,” a dope record that is told from the [crooked] officer’s perspective. It’s a unique take that almost reminded us of the record “Sherades,” by BK rapper Papoose.
A cool thing about this track, though, is that he not only stirs up a conversation, but he purposely left an open verse for any other MC feeling his wave to hop on it; it’s a genius idea. It opens him up to being featured with a bevvy of new artists and effortlessly pushes his brand forward.
It all leads up to his upcoming mixtape dropping at the top of October, and that will serve as a proper prelude to his sophomore effort later in the month. Time will tell if his name will live up to his legacy — but he’s definitely on the right path.
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Enough is enough! In the wake of the shooting and murder of Alton Sterling, Legend had this to say:
First and foremost we want to express our condolences to all the families of all people affected by the horrific abuse of authority by the police.
So we've gotten to the point that certain law enforcement officials are comfortable enough to murder an empty handed man while they are on camera??? I mean it's not like this is anything new, but when it gets to the point that they don't even care if the world see’s what they are doing; that is scary... Our government allows this shit to happen... Our black people that are murdering each other over nothing, allows this shit to happen. Why aren't we sticking together? instead we’re helping eradicate the black race. This is a problem with police... They do what they are allowed to do.. This is a problem with our system. This is a problem with the way we look at each other... We need to get our shit together...It's now or never...
Legend wrote a song from the point of view of the crooked ass cop and left it open at the end in hopes of unifying other artists in protest. “Everyone has their experience and feelings on the topic. Now people can stand together and voice their opinion on the track”