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About Souleye & Sleepyhead
Souleye and Sleepyhead are a new innovative duo that create a juxtaposition of sounds. Sleepyheads jazzy melodic bass driven beats form the skeleton of their structure that Souleye uses to introduce a conscious message through his fluid, natural flow. The resulting sound could be described as upbeat, smooth lucid music that promotes an energy as unique as the two creators. Both originally from Massachusetts they were brought together after each one had already began on their own path with music. Sleepyhead started reading music at the age of seven, evolving his foundation by experimenting with a sampler/sequencer and turntables, creating live mixes that where released on tape cassettes and handed out on Phish tour.
Souleye originally picked up the mic in high school and hasnt put it down since. He began writing, rapping and freestyling when he was fourteen, discovering his souls sound before he was twenty. Souleye formed The Transcendent Alliance in 2002, a collaboration with other conscious hip-hop artists, releasing an album entitled Soul Sessions that received radio play from Massachusetts to San Antonio, Texas. After the release he began concentrating on his career, recording his first solo album in 2003 called Flexible Morality. The following year he released his second album UniverSoul Alchemy, selling 2000 copies out of his back pack. Souleye has stepped on stage many times as a solo artist, from New England to Northern California, Having the honor to perform on stage with groups such as STS9 and Granola Funk Express helping to increase his fan base across the country.
These days full of change fuel the artist to go far beyond the expectations of the masses. With the power of Unity and Peace Souleye knows that love is the only home there is. Sleepyhead strives to create a abundantly growing force that not only creates powerful positive music but extends out to the local communities. In a genre thats bombarded with negative messages for youth, Souleye comes through with powerful, positive and enlightening messages that are bound to infuse you with love and light. Sleepyhead a natural born musician, and well rounded music listener is what some would say the brains behind the operation, creating the basic blue print in which these two energies gives birth to a new and refreshing form of music, a new incarnation of the soul of hip-hop.
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