December 3rd, the day we’ve all awaited. Sese’s second album of this year is finally here, Sayzor Ramone. Check out our review of the EP, stream it before purchasing after the description of Sayzor Ramone. Not only do we get the album, Sese dropped a new visual for track three as well, “Light It Up” featuring Hardbody, check that out afterwards as well.
“The theme music starts… And, the roar from the fans rolls like a tide through the stadium. The ring announcer starts, “Introducing, from St. Catherines, Ontario weighing 287 pounds… The Bad Guy, SAYZOR RAMONE! For Aristo Music Group recording artist Sese (Pronounced Say-Zee) channeling over the top charisma, brash lady’s man bravado and technical skills to put him a cut above the rest comes as second nature. The parallels between he and his favourite wrestler the WWF’s Rayzor Ramone character are endless on his new 8-Track offering aptly-titled, “Sayzor Ramone.” “I just [really] wanted to embody that charisma he had. He was all about the ladies and dressing the best, but on top of that he was a top competitor and his talent overshadowed his cocky bravado,” says Sese of his new collection. Giving fans and music lovers a high energy ringside like experience is heard throughout the offering. “I just wanted to make a cohesive project. I wanted it to be high energy, and it to embody that feeling of stepping into the ring, the crowd, the lights, the theme. I wanted it to feel very over the top… No Royale Rumble.” Boasting a mix of some frequent collaborators, and the introduction to some new sound masters, “Sayzor Ramone” flows from top to bottom. With features from Luu Breeze and Hardbody. And, production from Jayze, 2oolman, Superville, The Workx and UTVMG in-house producer Jmakbeatz the sounds are bass heavy and high impact. Currently on the “Live In Concert Tour” with Luu Breeze and G MILLA, Sese continues to bring his high energy approach to fans across the nation. Be sure to look out for Sese in a city near you.”
Today is the day we have been waiting on! Sese’s second album of the year, Sayzor Ramone is finally out for all to hear! If you missed it yesterday, The Come Up Show did a track by track review of the album, and not only do we get Sayzor Ramone today, but Sese also dropped a fresh new video for track number three, “Light It Up” featuring Hardbody, produced by UTVMG producer, Jmakbeatz. Directed by So Tee Oh, this flashy video with images appearing randomly, all fit together with different shots blended in brings life to the song, giving it that live performance feel almost. If you haven’t heard any of the album yet, “Light It Up” is more than enough reason for you to go purchase the rest, it’s only eighth dollars! I have the hard copy and I’ll still go get the digital just to have both. Especially if you’re a fan of WWE, Sayzor Ramone is for you! Take in “Light It Up” featuring Hardbody and go get that album!
Purchase: Sese – Sayzor Ramone
Ever since first coming across Sese’s music in my “Youtube Vortex” days; stumbling into the track “Iron Jaw Angel’s”, I was instantly a fan. Of course when you come across an artist that’s new to you, you have to go back and do your research, while in the midst of that I was constantly impressed with how dedicated he was to his craft. Dropping eleven videos in a row with G-Dot, the YFRWN series, a slew of remixes over some of the most popular instrumentals at the time, several other mixtapes and more! It still doesn’t cease – nor will it ever I believe. At the beginning of the year Sese released his first EP Age of Aquarius, which followed Aquarius Rising, not even a month after he announced another project he was working on, Sayzor Ramone.
Quoting the write up for Sayzor Ramone, “Channeling over the top charisma, brash lady’s man bravado and technical skills to put him a cut above the rest comes as second nature. The parallels between he and his favourite wrestler the WWF’s Rayzor Ramone character are endless on his new 8-Track offering aptly-titled, “Sayzor Ramone.” “I just [really] wanted to embody that charisma he had. He was all about the ladies and dressing the best, but on top of that he was a top competitor and his talent overshadowed his cocky bravado,” says Sese of his new collection. Giving fans and music lovers a high energy ringside like experience is heard throughout the offering. “I just wanted to make a cohesive project. I wanted it to be high energy, and it to embody that feeling of stepping into the ring, the crowd, the lights, the theme. I wanted it to feel very over the top… No Royale Rumble.” Boasting a mix of some frequent collaborators, and the introduction to some new sound masters, “Sayzor Ramone” flows from top to bottom. With features from Luu Breeze and Hardbody. And, production from Jayze, 2oolman, Superville, The Workx and UTVMG in-house producer Jmakbeatz the sounds are bass heavy and high impact.”
Hit the link the read the full review!
There has been a lot of hype surrounding Shad K’s Flying Colours tour across Canada. and rightfully so, selling out The Opera House in Toronto, among various other venues. Although every show was considerably important, there was one show that was bound to be the biggest of them all as Shad made his way to his hometown on Saturday November 16th, to perform for an overly excited sold out crowd at London Music Hall, or the Welcome Home show as we like call it. With a write up in the London Free Press that day, a couple thousand fans ecstatic and anxious for the time to come, that night at the London Music Hall was nothing less than legendary, and in the top five for concerts I’ve seen all year (and that’s a lot).
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Tomorrow marks the day we’ve all been waiting for, Sayzor Ramone will be available for those who haven’t got their hard copies off Sese already, you can still pre-order the album although it wont be available in full until tomorrow. Building the hype even more, Sese dropped a brief commercial today showing the amount of training he has gone through for the big day tomorrow. Thanks to Sese, we at The Come Up Show have been lucky enough to get an advance listen to the EP over the past two weeks and thoroughly take it in. Today at 6pm we will be releasing our review of Sayzor Ramone which should help any people on the fence about getting this album make up their minds and grab themselves a copy tomorrow. Sayzor Ramone hoodies and hard copy CD packages are still available as well through Sese. Check out the commercial for Sayzor Ramone and be ready at 6pm if you want to hear more about the EP.
Late Saturday night, one project I’ve been patiently waiting for finally dropped and the bar I had already set for it hearing the first few tracks was surpassed completely. First hearing about it in St. Catharines at The Cookout talking to Rich Kidd, the first glimpse we got of it was on We On Some Rich Kid Shit Vol. 7: The People’s Champ, track 18 “The Strangers”. Fast forward a month or so we started hearing tracks like “A Gun And A Pack Of Sandwiches”, “Tie Breaker” and “Jameson Ave” as the day drew closer to its release. Working together, TheLegendsLeague, a clothing brand founded in Toronto hooked up with Rich Kidd, Adam Bomb and Tona to present Naturally Born Strangers, a project in which the three emcees compose some of the best music I’ve heard this year. Hit the link below for more information on the project, TheLegendsLeague promotional video, the stream/ download of Naturally Born Strangers and artwork.
Snowgoons, German hip hop producers consisting of DJ Illegal and Det, later adding on Denmark’s Sicknature and J.S Kuster also from Germany are set to release their 14th project since 2007; Black Snow 2. Working with every major underground artist(s) like AOTP, Boot Camp Click to M.O.P and a ton more, their projects are highly anticipated having some of the best production work going around right now and joining all these artists together on tracks is something the hip hop heads go crazy for, including myself. December 13th marks the day Black Snow 2 will be released and leading up to it they have dropped a few videos teasing us as we wait. Their latest “Suckaz Behind Screens” features Edo G and Reks, two long time collaborators with Snowgoons. On this one they speak on their thoughts about people who hide behind computer screens, which in his day and age is so easy to do. The video for this one is very creative as well. Take in “Suckaz Behind Screens” and let me know your thoughts, do you agree?
By now I’m sure you’ve heard Young Stitch’s new mixtape Never Alone, filled with a ton of great tracks, there’s a few that stand out the most to me, “Life Is A Bitch” being one of them. Filming this one while at a show in Peterborough together, the track “Life Is A Bitch” featuring Casper and Ize gives you the chills when listening to it, just for the fact of how deep both emcee’s get on their verses. While at another video shoot with Casper, Treetop and Craig Scorgie – the director, we were shown a clip of the video and I’ll say the wait has been excruciating because Craig brought this song to life, the animations he throws in add to the feel of it. Take a minute to check out the homie Young Stitch’s new video “Life Is A Bitch” featuring Casper and Ize and let me know how it makes you feel afterwards.
Hearing about this talking to Graph Wize, Bill Beamin and Shhadeh at a show not to long ago, they told me about this self titled EP they’ve been working on the past few weeks, a project between Shhadeh, Bill Beamin, Dyls -The Most High, and Graph Wize, that really capture their unique raw underground style as a whole. From the introduction “Whats Poppin” through to “The Mission” this one keeps your head nodding, especially bangers like “Unbridled”, “Raw Sh*t”. Produced entirely by Graph Wize and Dyls, their are a few features from Legend, Louie “OX” Rankin, Real Jazz Ni**az and Emanuel Assefa. Stream The Most High EP below and let me know what you think, which track are you feeling?