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Monday, July 26, 2010

Violence And Drugs Only...

If you didn't know about this dude you should be aware now.  Coming straight out of the city that brought you some of Hip-Hop's greatest and brightest stars such as Big L, Ma$e, Cam'ron, etc.; Harlem, is the homey Vado.  From the infamous and cult classic mixtape appearances (Boss of All Bosses series) with his mentor, Cam'ron, to his current heat on the radio ("Speakin' Tungs"), Harlem's got a new face.

 The current buzz this guy has in the City is phenomenal, considering the fact that he is still a free agent.  As his "Slime Flu" continues to spread throughout the country, many New York hip-hop heads become ecstatic. Its been a while since we heard fresh talent coming out of the five boroughs and the artist being actually lyrically gifted.  There's been many that garnered such buzz and lyrical credibility such as Papoose, Jae Millz, and even Maino but haven't been able to take full advantage of it to proceed into that next level.  Now, I'm not saying that Vado is gifted to the point that he'll crush a competition with some of NY's heavyweights (NaS, Hov, etc.); but, that this he is breaking hip-hop's door with a lot to put on the table.

The man has someone that has something to say.  A story to tell. A point to prove. Legacy to continue. A city to carry...

Off the upcoming U.N (Us Now) album Gunz N Butta due out August 24th, Vado and Cam is "all up in here..."

"We All Up In Here" (Produced By araabMUZIK) - Cam'ron & Vado

Bonus: :"Salute" (Remix) (Featuring Vado) - The Diplomats (Cam, Jim Jones, Juelz) 

Props to SNEEZE Mag for the pic., check out the site for an exclusive interview with Vado. 

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