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About Me:
Born and raised in the famed 7th Ward of New Orleans, La., the man who would come to be known as Rhythmic was seemingly destined for greatness from the start. Birthed to a self-taught guitar- and piano-playing father and a first soprano opera-singing mother, Rhythmic comes from a musically-inclined family, which includes local New Orleans music icons, like Winnie Cola, who was a renowned jazz singer, performing in the famous French Quarter’s Preservation Hall nightly, until she was well into her late 80’s; and George “Kid Sheik” Cola, who was a member of New Orleans’ own Olympia Brass Band, and also released one solo album, for which he played the trumpet and sang vocals, entitled “The Sheik of Araby,” along with his band, ‘Kid Sheik’s Storyville Ramblers.’

When he was three years old, Rhythmic’s family moved to Nassau, Bahamas, where, for the next three years, he would be immersed in its rich Caribbean culture. It surrounded him daily, infusing him with a flavor for the music--reggae, calypso, and even some latin jazz. It was here that he would develop a love for the deep, seductive bass lines that originate in the islands and are a constant reminder of the Caribbean culture and people.

In 1992, Rhythmic and his family moved to Virginia, where he met many of the friends that would eventually become instrumental in his musical endeavors. It was here that he began, in his teenage years, to write, mostly poetry. He went on the win a ‘President’s Award for Literary Excellence,’ and had two works published in an anthology of poems. From this he began speaking at local libraries, and received commendations from two of his favorite and most prominent writers, Nicki Giovanni and Maya Angelou.

In late 2002, Rhythmic was dealt a crushing blow by the death of his mother. Just before her unexpected death, Rhythmic had told his mother of his plans of “trying to make music.” Her reply was simple. “Don’t TRY to make music, son. MAKE It.” That statement has been the compelling force behind Rhythmic’s drive to excel in his musical career, even to this day.

In early 2003, Rhythmic approached his long-time friend, the soon-to-be-rapper/producer, Jimmie Doughleone, to ask if he would be interested in making music. The answer was a resounding “yes.” They started off slowly, with Rhythmic making beats and rapping, and Jimmie D rapping. Soon enough, it was easy to see that the two were musically made for each other. A name for the group was chosen--it would be S.Y.N.S., a hard-hitting acronym for Somethin’ You Never Seen. The duo started making a buzz locally, handing out cd’s and playing tracks for friends and family. They would later be featured on several local radio stations. As their musical prestige grew, Rhythmic decided he wanted to branch out and start recording other artists as well. After weeks of careful consideration, he decided on a name for his independent label and publishing company--LaVa Camp (Productions / Publishing, respectively), so named for his birthplace Louisiana (La) and the place he had settled in, Virginia (Va). His first draft choice, after consulting with Doughleone, who would come to be his second-in-command and Vice President of LaVa Camp, was Kev-E-Kev, remembering that his old friend had been a noted lyricist while they attended Fluvanna Co. High School, the county name from which derives the term, “Flu Sick,” coined by Kev-E-Kev. Next came Quintussential, then Block Runna, WolfGang (B. Palmer and Freak Aliaz), D. Ricardo, and the latest addition, Novel, among many other collaborations and affiliations, including True the God, New York native Da Realest, and Audio State’s Beetnix, and Supreme Council.

In late 2008, through a connection made by Kev-E-Kev, Rhythmic met up and coming movie and music video director and producer, Antonio “Bink” Younger, who was at the time shooting the street epic, “Cash Rules.” Realizing the raw talent within LaVa Camp, Bink decided to lace the score and soundtrack with several instrumentals, produced by Rhythmic and Jimmie Doughleone, and numerous tracks performed by Kev-E-Kev and produced by the hit duo, S.Y.N.S.

Rhythmic is a self-taught producer, as well as recording, mixing, and mastering engineer. It’s easy to hear the influences of his Costa Rican and Creole roots through his production and the seductive accent that laces his flow. His soulful music dynamic ranges from the Dirty South’s intense hats, expressive 1970’s basslines and West Coast claps, along with touches of East Coast sampling, Latin discoteca and Latin jazz, as well as Classical Orchestra and Opera. He now executive produces for LaVa Camp, and is a hopeful to sign with Koch Records, as well as Atlantic Records.

Credits

Mash Mode Mixtape vol.1 (The Real DJ’s) (Produced, Co-Wrote, Recorded, Mixed, and Mastered “Go Time” by S.Y.N.S.) (Co-Wrote, Recorded, Mixed, and Mastered “Keep Talkin‘” by S.Y.N.S.) (Co-Produced, Recorded, Mixed, and Mastered “Altered Ego” by Jimmie Doughleone of S.Y.N.S.) (Recorded, Mixed, and Mastered “I Know U See It” by B. Palmer of WolfGang)
Moment of Truth Mixtape (DJ A-T) (Produced, Co-Wrote, Recorded, Mixed, and Mastered “Hard Out Here” by Freak Aliaz of WolfGang) (Produced, Recorded, Mixed, and Mastered “Gitcha Money Up” by B. Palmer of WolfGang;) (Co-Wrote, Recorded, Mixed, and Mastered “Keep Talkin’” by S.Y.N.S.) (Recorded, Mixed, and Mastered “Recipe For Destruction” by Jimmie Doughleone of S.Y.N.S. and “Wastin‘ My Time by B. Palmer of WolfGang)
Coming To America Mixtape (RapHead.com) (Recorded, Mixed, and Mastered “So Sincere” by Jimmie Doughleone of S.Y.N.S. and “Supaman” by B. Palmer of WolfGang)
Real Music Vixens Mixtape vol. 1 (DJ Gloss) (Recorded, Mixed, and Mastered “I Know You See It” by B. Palmer of WolfGang)
Southern Seduction Mixtape vol. 4 (DJ Souff) (Recorded, Mixed, and Mastered “I Know You See It” by B. Palmer of WolfGang)
Southern Seduction Valentine’s Day Edition Mixtape vol. 1 (DJ Souff) (Recorded, Mixed, and Mastered “I Know You See It” by B. Palmer of WolfGang)
The Difference Between Hungry and Starving’ (S.Y.N.S.) (Produced, Co-Wrote, Recorded, Mixed and Mastered album)
It’s Time (Kev-E-Kev) (Co-Executive Produced, Co-Produced, Co-Wrote (2 features), Recorded, Mixed and Mastered album)
The Underground Corporation Mixtape vol. 1 (WolfGang) (Co-Executive Produced, Recorded, Mixed and Mastered album)
Cash Rules Soundtrack (Young Antonio Films) (Produced, Recorded, Mixed, and Mastered “Crazy Money” and “Cash Rules Title Track” by Kev-E-Kev) (Recorded, Mixed, and Mastered “Everythang Green” by Kev-E-Kev) (Produced several instrumentals for movie score)
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434 981 8812

Shout Outs to all my LaVa Camp Nigg@z! Jimmie Doughleone, WolfGang (B. Palma, Freak Aliaz, and Damian Ricardo), Kev E Kev, and Quintussential


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COMIN' SOON TO SOUNDCLICK!

Posted on November 14, 2008 at 12:22am 0 Comments

WHUZHATNIN MAH PEEPULZ!? DUE TO RISING DEMAND, I'M GONNA BE PUTTIN UP SINGLES ON SOUNDCLICK.COM SO YALL WILL BE ABLE TO SHOW YOUR SUPPORT FOR AS LITTLE AS .99 A SINGLE! YOU WANT MY INSTRO'S, YOU ASKED FOR 'EM, YOU GOT 'EM! I CAN'T LET THEM GO FOR THAT, OF COURSE BUT I'M NOT GONNA GO CRAZY WITTIT. STAY TUNED!!!!!!!!! POUNDS TO MAH DAWGS, AND MUAHS TO THA LADIES!

YALL CHECK ME OUT!

Posted on November 13, 2008 at 9:43pm 0 Comments

I GOT THREE HOT JOINTS POSTED, YALL NEED TO CHECK EM OUT IF YA HAVEN'T YET! LEMME KNOW HOW YA LIKE EM! IMMA PUT A NEW ONE UP TONIGHT FOR THE LADIES (KINDA). DON'T WORRY, I PROMISE YOU'LL ENJOY IT. IT'S ONE MAH NIGG@Z WILL GET DOWN WIT TOO. IMMA KEEP EM COMIN!

MO FIYAH! MO FIYAH!

Posted on November 12, 2008 at 1:28am 0 Comments

WHUSHATNIN, PEEPULZ?! YALL CHECK OUT THE NEW FIRE AND LEMME KNOW WHATCHA YALL THINK!!! YOU CAN ALSO HIT ME UP ON MY MYSPEEZIE ACCOUNT AT WWW.MYSPACE.COM/RHYTHMICOFSYNS. DON'T WORRY, WE GONNA GET THE LaVa CAMP WEBSITES UP SOON. THEY'RE GONNA INCLUDE EVERYTHING FROM ARTIST BIO'S AND PICS, TO LINKS FOR PURCHASING SINGLES, ALBUMS, T-SHIRTS AND ALL THAT GOOD SHEEYIT! LaVa CAMP ON THE RISE YALL! STAY TUNED!!!!!!!

NEW MUSIC!

Posted on November 11, 2008 at 4:00pm 0 Comments

JUST UPLOADED 3 NEW JOINTS TODAY! YALL CHECK OUT THE NEW FIRE AND LEMME KNOW WHATCHA THINK!!!

ALSO HIT ME UP AT WWW.MYSPACE.COM/RHYTHMICOFSYNS

WE GONNA GET THE LaVa CAMP WEBSITES UP SOON. THEY'LL INCLUDE EVERYTHING FROM ARTIST BIO'S AND PICS, TO LINKS FOR PURCHASING SINGLES, ALBUMS, T-SHIRTS AND ALL.

Comment Wall (8 comments)

At 12:02am on March 25, 2008, RapHead said…
Welcome to the stage Rhythmic!! You def. focused on your craft. You are a great asset to the RapHead Fam. VA is strong in membership as well! Keep doin' ya thang!
At 10:45pm on April 15, 2008, alecia said…
hey whats good babe, you should come by and join my group im just getting it started. but here is a link just click on it and join thanks so much ~*~alecia~*~
www.raphead.com/group/weinhdwecertified
At 12:45am on April 22, 2008, Burghtown Music Group said…
Featured on RapHead's homepage now!
At 4:38pm on November 11, 2008, m2d said…
nices track G keep it goin
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V_ckhs-N7zU
At 3:55am on November 12, 2008, Tha Gener~al! said…
yea u ready Cuh, dat back to tha basicz iz CRACK! who dropped tha beat? datz watz up fam, jus stay focused and do you ya digg, n everything else will fall n place im ghost 1huned

Tha Gen
At 12:34pm on November 13, 2008, Tha Gener~al! said…
YEA U GOT TALENT MY NIGGA, HOW MUCH YOU LET UR BEATZ GO 4? U GOTTA SET PRICE OR YOU JUMP AROUND?
At 6:13pm on November 16, 2008, Drewski (Goon Squad) said…
naw thats not me..
At 9:27pm on November 16, 2008, Tha Gener~al! said…
awwready homeboi, i got chu mayne, ima fuk wit chu, 1huned

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