August 3, 2012 (MMD Newswire) -- Cultcha Shoc's new album, "Rough Road Ahead" drops worldwide October 19, 2012. The album features the artists Cashis, Bobby Creekwater, Canibus, Copywrite, C-Dash, Ginai, Dan P, Krystilez, Matt Scientist and Carmine the Pheonix, as well as Sean Divine Beats and True Scribe Beats. In this album Cultcha Shoc, a man of African American, Caucasian and Native American descent, reflects on the trials and tribulations of his life. He focuses on his adolescent years spent in a hostile and racist environment, which made him the man he is today. His message is simply: STOP THE HATE. To read Cultcha Shoc's full bio, go to http://www.cultchashoc.com/About_Us.html.
"Rough Road Ahead" shows Cultcha Shoc's versatility as an artist. His songs range from Hip-Hop to R&B to Alternative, forming a hybrid sound that mirrors his multi-racial upbringing. Cultcha Shoc tells his story, connecting with a mass audience through a fusion of multiple styles, mixing his lyrics to echo moments in his everyday life. To hear a full song and excerpts from the album, go to http://www.cultchashoc.com/Music.html.
The first single of the album, "Pimp'n Da Club" drops August 9, 2012. Pimp'n Da Club" features Shady Records artist Cashis, as well as Copywrite, Krystilez and Dan P. This diverse group of artists, put together by Cultcha Shoc, portrays how numerous people and backgrounds can come together to create a harmonious sound despite their differences.
If you'd like to read some of Cultcha Shoc's thoughts on bringing people together, you can find his blog at http://www.cultchashoc.com/Blog.html.
Check out Cultcha Shoc's press kit, found at http://www.cultchashoc.com/Press_Kit.html.
For more information, contact Chris Fletcher at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (808) 383-0807.