Monday, February 16, 2009

Nappy Roots - The Pursuit of Nappyness Tour 09'

Perhaps it's been awhile since you've heard anything from your favorite platinum-selling American alternative southern rap group from Kentucky, Nappy Roots. However in 2008 Milledgeville, Georgia native Fish Scales, Kentucky natives Skinny DeVille, B. Stille, Ron Clutch, and Big V left their major label troubles behind and started their very own label, Nappy Roots Entertainment Group (known as NREG). The result of that decision has brought Nappy Roots back to the people with the release of "The Humdinger" which has been called one of the top 25 hip hop albums of 2008 and includes the uplifting single "Good Day" featuring Greg Street. Nappy Roots have been steadily putting out good music since their classic debut in 2002 with the number one album “Watermelon, Chicken & Gritz” and their follow up “Wooden Leather.” I'm sure you remember the classic songs “Awnaw (ft Jazze Pha),” “Round Da Globe,” and “Po Folks.” The Humdinger has more of that down home feel good music that is greatly needed in times such as these. Fortunately for Arizona the boys will bringing the good vibes to Club Red this Friday February 20th along with local openers Dan Smack, J-Beam & Knawledg, Novelty, and Queen Yonasda. Tickets for this 18+ show are only $15 and can be purchased directly from the local artists or by stopping in Eastside Records, Stinkweeds, and all valley Zia's locations. If you feel like grabbing your $15 presales online you can visit or click the flyer below.
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Here's a few videos from the southern gentleman including a promo for the The Humdinger.

Click the link below to download the single "Good Day" from "The Humdinger." Enjoy
Nappy Roots - Good Day

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