Emperor's Kawasaki Dance By "Jet Beauty of the Week" Fancy (With Bonus Footage)
by Gareth Hay
(St. Pauls, NC. USA.)
Two brothers perfectly aligned for success. Releasing the most powerful vibrations the earth has ever felt in the history of music. Great mind think alike, but the greatest minds think Together. (description).
Combine two crossover songwriting super-talents with boatloads of culture and you get the likes of the Super-Group, EMPEROR. Consisting of the international celebrity songwriter, Saint Michael hailing from the city of Fayetteville, NC and the Spanish Town, Jamaica born and bred G-Terra, this dangerous duo transcends the definition of versatility.
It's a difficult task to categorize this bilingual
phenomenon. Despite the short time the group has been together they have managed to produce Radio Bangers ranging everywhere from Hardcore Pop, Rap & R&B to New School & Old School Dancehall.
The first song Emperor recorded was a party track entitled "Kawasaki" featuring the International Club Favorite "Dj Unk" and was produced by none other than Reggae Hit Maker Jon FX, Producer of Gyptian's "Hold Yuh" and many other songs.
Emperor is already slated to make a big Feature Film appearance in the Jamaican Crime Action-Drama "Hot Steppas" (Summer 2012) along side a host of A-List Jamaican and American Actors and Musicians.
Saint Michael and G-Terra's lyrical ability, delivery and energy compliments each unbelievably and they can only be described as each others mirror. What's interesting is G-Terra started as a reggae artist and crossed over into Hip Hop, Pop and other genres. Conversely, Saint Michael started as a Hip Hop artist and crossed over into Reggae, Pop and other genres. Now these two Kings in their own right have merged their Kingdoms to fall under one crown."Emperor To Di World!!"
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