Posts Tagged ‘Solo For Dolo’

I’m trying to be more proactive about posting events that I will be involved with and or attending. February 23rd in Redbank, NJ I will be djing for the homie Solo For Dolo at Fixx. Click HERE for more information.


The Doloist

Posted: December 31, 2010 in hip hop

I don’t comment or speak my opinion on many artists/rappers, but seeing how 2011 is around the corner I fee I need to speak on one particular artist, Solo For Dolo. I will keep this short an sweet. Solo is everything that is right with hip hop and the majority of the time he gets over looked. He’s an old soul. Our play list pretty much match up and I’,m 10 years his senior. Anyways, if anything I can say I am proud to be able to work with Chris and rock shows with him. When Nas said “hip hop is dead”, he obviously never met Solo For Dolo. Get use to this kid cause he’ll be running shit!

What a great show. Just what Asbury Park needed. Given it was a Wednesday night and an early start time(6:30 pm), people still came through and supported.  I arrived around 5:30 for sound check, figuring most rappers are late anyways. To my surprise, Jedi Mind Tricks and company had arrived by 4:30 and had already begun there soundtrack. After I finished setting up, I got to dip back stage and meet everyone. My bad for assuming that there was going to be some wild shit going. These guys were just laid back and chill, cool as a cucumber. Everyone was friendly, and showed mad love to me. Its weird for me. You follow these guys on twitter and facebook and when you finally meet them they’re just regular dudes. No gaudy chains, champagne, fights, and nasty groupies. Its real refreshing to see artists not be stereo types. There was some drinking going on, but for the most part they were about business. Anyways, great performance by Jedi Mind Tricks, Reef The Lost Cauze, and Solo For Dolo. I also wanted to note, a great stage performance by Greg C., Solo For Dolo’s new hype man. They had some real good chemistry going on. Here’s a few photos I took at the show. I have my fingers crossed and hope this paves the way for future indie hip hop acts to come through to Asbury.

Solo For Dolo w/ Greg C.

Jus Allah













Thanks everyone for your support!


ps. Congrats to Reef on his new born baby


Though this would be the best episode of the MTV show, this is for a landmark moment for Hip Hop Heads in the Jersey Shore area. Oct.27th at The Wonder Bar in Asbury Park New Jersey, Jedi Mind Tricks and Reef The Lost Cauze make their debut appearances. Though The Stony Pony brings more mainstream hip hop acts, like Snoop Dog, Cypress Hill, and Redman and Method Man, it’s never brought an indie group has big as J.M.T. to the Jersey shore.  Why is this a big deal?  Asbury Park as little to no indie hip hop scene/following. This could mean more future shows like this and more support. Also, it could just open a few eyes and ears of people who only know hip hop that is played on the radio. Yes, I do have personal invested interest in this show. I will be djing throughout the night and rocking a set with Solo For Dolo. When the show was initially booked, I noticed there wasn’t a local act opening for Jedi Mind. So I poked my nose around, found the right contact, and boom! Myself and Solo got booked. I’ve seen these guys play and handful of times and now to have the honor to share the same stage is pretty exciting. Anyways,  I just wanted to throw something up real quick. I will be posting photos and hopefully video of the show. Maybe even an interview with J.M.T. if they are up to it. SO STAY TUNED!

I also wanted to give a quick shout out to my home girl Angie who hooked the show up for myself and Solo For Dolo.

Thank you and much love!

pre-sale tickets are available HERE


Doors open at 6pm and myself and Solo For Dolo will be rocking at 6:30. Space is limited so get there early.




High Life

The official video for “HIGH LIFE” by SOLO FOR DOLO. This Domingo produced gem has been gaining praise from reviewers and fans since SFDs debut album “The Truth For The Youth” was first released. Heres a little visual element to enhance the ride…

Shot & edited by SFD & PRE459 (

You can purchase this track on iTunes @…

For More Info Please Visit

quarter water kids coming soon

I just wanted to give a quick shout out to J 57 for letting Myself and Solo For Dolo  rock a Brown Bag Thursday. As usual Solo rocked it. He also had fellow M.C., Dashah come on stage a rock their collaboration joint, “Protein Barz.” They definitely did not disappoint. I also wanted to shout out to all my friends that made it through. That shit makes me feel all warm and fuzzy and side. There was just a good vibe in the air even though I was cranky because we got there late(stupid gps). Everything fell into place and the night was a success.  Finally, a special thank you to Adam Padilla and the rest of my Classick Material Family. Peep the video for “protein bars” too.

ps. Thank you Cory Shomo for the dope video


good times

the homies

no money, no honey

As like most, I am very passionate about hip hop and hip hop culture. As I listened to Self Scientific’s “The Return” it got me to think. Damn, these cats were rapping about how hip hop was getting out of control back in 1997 and here we are, and it still is out of control. Now my question is, do you “keep it real” and stay passionate about your craft wether it be producing, mc’ing, dj’ing and even art. Do you “sell out” and make that auto tune track or have that latest popular m.c. feature or stay true to yourself? Remember when Hot 97 would break records? Wu-Tang Clan, Souls Of Mischief, and Blackmoon were on regular rotation? Radio has become a “pay to play” situation. I’m not judging you if you get down with mainstream music. I had my dirty south phase, but for the most part what “they” play on the radio is not for me.  Now mind you, I’d never charge an artist for a review or feature on my blog. If I’m feeling your music I will post it.  For the most part, who the hell am I and why would you want to listen to me anyways? I’m not here to disrespect anyone or their art form. My soul purpose of The Wunderground is to inform people and let them know hip hop is not dead(I hate that statement) and it never was. Nowadays its up to you to decide what is “Hip Hop” and what is not. So artists, I ask you, do you stay the indie route or make something for the radio and or mainstream? Me? I’ll stay broke if it means me keeping my self-respect. Honestly, my soul ain’t for sale. I don’t need to be rich and famous. I love hip hop! As long as I can pay my bills and spoil my girl once in a while I’m good. I look at artist/record labels like Jedi Mind Tricks, Duckdown Records’ and Stones Throw and I say to myself, “damn they stay true to themselves and their music.” The one thing mainstream hip hop will never have over indie hip hop is loyal fans. I find with mainstream hip hop is your only as hot as your last record. Also, mainstream hip hop fans are fair weather fans like most New York Jets fans.Anyone heard the new M.I.M.S. or Ying Yang Twins record ? No, because they are irrelevant in the hip hop world now. What the hell happened to Tru Life? Just another pawn in the record industry. Dude was nice so I hope he makes it back. Either record companies are blind or just don’t they just don’t care, is that quality hip hop was once “Mainstream.” Artist were able to be true to their craft and still have “mass appeal.” Biggie, Big Pun, Ghostface Killah, and Outkast all had mainstream appeal, so records, and still were respected as “real” m.c.’s. That is not the case anymore. The indie route seems to be catching on.  Look how successful Freeway and especially Slaughterhouse did when they went the indie route? My point, loyal fans and quality hip hop. I guess the decision lies within in you. Money or respect? I just also wanted to take a minute to thank Dart Adams over at for the inspiration, Solo For Dolo, and whoever reads this. Thank you so much. Your support is much appreciated.

peace, love and dope beats,


The pressure is on! Well, not really. I’ll be rockin a dj set at The Best Buy in Eatontown, New Jersey April 7th, 2010 from 7pm-9pm. They’re even going to set up a stage for me. A bit much if you ask me, but it makes me look important(insert lol). So, if you read this in time come check me out. Yes, I will be spinning vinyl. You already know.


ps stay tuned for upcoming shows with Solo For Dolo

Eatontown Best Buy:

50 State Route 36

Eatontown, NJ 07724

Phone: 732-389-7939

Here’s a single from Dashah’s new mix tape, “Rap Burglar 3.” This song “Protein Barz” features New Jersey’s own, Solo For Dolo and Natural Diggers on the beat. These dudes are some serious rhyme sayers. You can download the single “Protein Barz” here: PROTEIN BARZ ft SOLO FOR DOLO.mp3  (copy and paste)

or download the full mix tape at: