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The Perfect Drug

by KeeLo Gramz

When you down I take you High Higher call me The Perfect Drug I\'m here to pick you up. And when you fall I take you High Higher just like The Perfect Drug I\'m here to get you strung. KeeLo Gramz The Perfect Drug.
Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap: Hip Hop
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1. Intro
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0:31 album only
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2. Freak-Quently Remix (feat. JD Era, Sample King. Mr Rankin, Mezzi
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7:44 album only
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3. The Perfect Drug
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3:54 album only
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4. Hustler
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4:47 album only
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5. No Stoppin (feat. Melanie Durrant & Mista Muzz)
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4:12 album only
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6. The CallBack
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3:51 album only
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7. Break It Down
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3:16 album only
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8. Pop It For Me
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3:19 album only
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9. We Here (feat. Switch & Notix)
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3:17 album only
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10. Why Not Me
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3:32 album only
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11. Brand New Stunnaz (feat. Switch & Konflict)
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4:05 album only
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12. Any Given Sunday (feat. Konflict)
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4:19 album only
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13. Freak-Quently (feat. P Dollaz)
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4:12 album only
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14. Speak On It
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3:55 album only
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15. Somebody Snitched Remix (feat. St Laz)
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3:51 album only

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Lyrically insane, and visually captivating, Kemar \"KeeLo GrAmZ\" Munroe evokes an unforgettable presence on and off the stage. His artistic talent and eclectic tastes have made him one of the most unique Hip Hop artists to date.
This award winning rapper/producer is arguably the best-kept secret in Canadian hip-hop. His dominant new sound which he refers to as “Gangsta Pop” causes fans and critics to respond with intensity. In a time when most artist are coat tailing others to break into the industry KeeLo Gramz stayed away from the big name collabs/producers on his debut album Fortunes of the Fearless which was released independently in 2007. KeeLo released this album with no major video release. The album had some success with 3 top singles “Here Ya Go, Last Call (Best Hip Hop Song Toronto Independent Music Awards 06’, Top 10 in Toronto) and Somebody Snitched (nominated for a TIMA award 07) and has since been released in the US independently. His new singles Freak-Quently which was the single for his debut video and the Freak-Quently remix which features some of Toronto’s most elite MC’s(JD Era, Sample King, Mr Rankin, Mezziah, Mic Lawry(Boston) both produced by Boi 1Da was released with great success his third single “No Stoppin” which features the Canadian powerhouse Melanie Durrant are all featured on the street album “The Perfect Drug” which KeeLo produced/engineered with his partners (K.O.N, S NOX) at their studio (Product of Toronto Productions). KeeLo spends all his time in the studio producing and writing. He is now putting the final touches to his second album titled “Black Monday” (producers KeeLo Gramz, Boi 1Da, JStaffz, K.O.N, S Nox) set for release November 2008. Along with his mixtape G.T.A. MOST WANTED (September 08), Money Power Cut the Cheque VOL 2 (October 08).
KeeLo’s inspirations come from a variety of music ranging from the dirty south sounds of Project Pat, to the 70’s rock hard styling’s of AC/DC. As an artist, he refuses to confine himself to one specific genre of music: \"I want to be a versatile artist, a lot of dudes just do straight rap, and that’s boring to me\". KeeLo believes that we are all products of our experiences and attributes the realism of his lyrics to the difficulties and the choices he’s made in his life. His experiences have forced him to get to the level he is at today, with the competitive and ever changing nature of this business it has forced him to bring his best material to the forefront and utilize a creative frame of mind at every opportunity.
KeeLo Gramz began rhyming in high school, battling his friends after basketball games, clubs and parties because he was constantly challenged to rap. KeeLo was then offered a basket- ball scholarship to Redemption Academy in New York after returning from NCAA Five Star Camp where KeeLo won MVP for the All Star Game among his other countless Dunk off Trophies. But in 2002 KeeLo gave up his scholarship returned home from New York to really hone his rhyming skills, after his dream of becoming a basketball star ended because he played on a hair line fracture for one year damaging his ankle permanently.
Keelo then joined the group Night Hoodz the friends he started rhyming with back in high school. They together began recording tracks in a home studio, putting out underground albums, mixed-tapes and flyers; slowly they developed a fan base.
KeeLo was then introduced to Tamara (BRAG management) who immediately recognized his talents and offered KeeLo a development and management contract. Tamara then brought KeeLo to Gabre (Dai-Lo Recordings) who offered them an independent label deal. Since then Dai-Lo Recordings and KeeLo have made huge achievements by being a fully independent and unknown record label and artist to be added to Max Trax Digital Music (Nationwide), hit #1 with the single “Here Ya Go” and remain in the top 10 for over 6 months. KeeLo’s third single “Last Call” peaked at #4 in Toronto FLOW 935 also featured the song on the Urban Flowcase CD for 2006, its Hot 93 songs for 2006 and was nominated for a Stylus Award “Canadian Single of the Year. The single then went on to win “Best Hip Hop Song” at the Toronto Independent Music Awards. KeeLo has performed at all major venues in Toronto (Metro East Convention Centre, Rogers Centre, Importfest ’05,’06 ‘07, the summer edition May 10 2008 and September 2008 ,Molson Indy, CNE, Nathan Phillips Square) and surrounding areas, as well as traveling across Canada to British Columbia to perform at Summer Jam (Opened for KOS, Montell Jordan, etc). He has also opened for, Juelz Santana, Chamillionaire, Rich Boy, Choppa, Choclair, Belly, Flo Rida, and recently headlined his own tour fall 2007 across Southern Ontario. As well as performing in 2007 and 2008 at the Buxton HomeComing which celebrates the Slaves Freedom to Buxton, Canada which was the end of the Underground Railroad this is the 84th year for this event.
KeeLo has only scratched the surface of a significant future in the music industry. The best is yet to come.
Accomplishments:

• Izzy: KeeLo’s first single was released in July 2005 and it was a huge stepping stone for KeeLo. It was released independently on Flow 935 Toronto (Heavy Rotation), 915 The Beat Kitchener (Heavy Rotation), Wild 101 Niagara Falls (Heavy Rotation). Izzy was also picked up by College stations across Canada.
• Here Ya Go: KeeLo’s second single was released in January 2006 independently. It made history by being one of the first Independent unknown artist and label (Dai-Lo Recordings) to be added to Max Trax/Galaxie Music and hit #1 and remained in the top 10 for 6 months. It was on heavy rotation for 4 months on Flow 935(Toronto), 915 The Beat (Kitchener), Wild 101 (Niagara Falls). Here Ya Go was also picked up by College Stations across Canada and WorldWide
• Last Call: KeeLo’s third single was released May 2006 independently. It was picked up by radio stations worldwide. ( Flava 1079 Winnipeg, The Bounce Edmonton, Flow 935, Wild 101 Niagara, Radio Laser France, 96.1 North Ryde , 88.1 , 93.7Australia, 107.1 Senegal etc). It peaked at #4 in Toronto. It was also featured on Urban Flowcase Volume 9. Last Call also won BEST HIP HOP SONG at the Toronto Independent Music Awards 2006 and is nominated for BEST CANADIAN HIP HOP SINGLE at the DJ STYLUS AWARDS. It appeared on Flow 935’s top 93 songs of 2006. It gained top 10 success in Europe. The Video for this song was released June 2007 independently where it is gaining worldwide success
• Somebody Snitched: KeeLo’s fourth single was released November 2006 independently. It has been picked up by radio stations worldwide. Dj’s really love this song and the demand for it is great! We are projecting this to be his biggest release to date. Somebody Snitched is already in the top 10 on Radio Network (over 160 stations worldwide). It is in high rotation on the radio. There is already a few remixes for this song featuring main stream Hip Hop Artist.
• Make It Hot: KeeLo appears on the hook of the debut single for PDollaz’s. This track is blazing up the airwaves on major radio stations worldwide where it peaked at #3
• Fill Your Cup Up: KeeLo collaborated and co-produced Man OMan’s debut single. The single is charting in top 10 in Europe. DJ’s are calling this track a definite club anthem. Featured on the Mega City Banger Compilation.
• Doo Wop: KeeLo appears on this track with Man OMan and Konflict. This single is also playing on radio stations worldwide. Featured on the Mega City Banger compilation.
• Freak-Quently: KeeLo first release from the Street Album “The Perfect Drug” is charting cross Canada and is now getting picked up worldwide. The music video for this song was released April 2008 worldwide and is currently on rotation on MuchMusic this is KeeLo’s first video to hit television. The song was also featured on the OTA Live Mega City Countdown on Flow 935 Toronto, Unsigned Hype on 937 WBLK Buffalo, and charted on Max Trax (Rogers Digital Box). There is also a remix to this song that features some of Toronto’s most elite MC’S.
• No Stoppin’: On the second single from “The Perfect Drug” Keelo collabrated on this smash single with the talented Melanie Durrant and Mista Muzz. This single was released to radio August 2008 and is getting raved reviews the song has since been added to the OTA Live Mega City Countdown on FLOW 935 Toronto, Unsigned Hype on 937 WBLK Buffalo. The song has been picked up by several stations across Canada and the United States.



KEELO GRAMZ MEDIA CLIPS

“KeeLo brings to you a level of Hip Hop exhibitionism that by far invokes the names of Hip Hop culture\'s greatest icons such as Tupac Shakur, Notorious B.I.G., Jay-Z, Nas, and Rakim. When listening to any number of tracks that he has left as bait to the public, it is without question that KeeLo is one of the dopest and most precise emcees that is currently blessing the microphone. Anyone truly tuning into the lyrical delivery and presentation of his rhymes can take away from each song a commanding vocal presence, hypnotizing beats and addictive hooks. Not only is KeeLo SMASHING the Canadian Hip Hop and radio scene, but he\'s also doing damage here in the U.S. 5 Mics for FORTUNES OF THE FEARLESS in 2007! “-Exodus de Alexandria

Yo this is some crazy shit, where have you been keeping this guy.”
Dr. Shock
Music Director
Flava 107.9 FM Winnipeg

\"KeeLo is a force to be reckoned with in the Hip-Hop game....., a true lyricist with the swagger that separates him from all the competition. This kid is going to be doing big things in the very near future... watch out!!!\"
Justin Dumont
Music Director
FLOW 93.5 FM, Toronto

“I listen to keelo mixtape and i must say i like because its different. he touch a lot of different subject which is the kind of rappers i like... its not all about the club banger if you cant make a simple track talking about life and different stuff going on.... Keep promoting him.... be a part of the movement that is going to bring true hip hop back...”
Jefferson Ciceron
Brooklyn Collective DJ’s

”That Somebody Snitched track is crazy insane. You really killed it and the track is sick too. I think the level you are bringing is pretty shocking.”
CLayTunes (BeatTardz) - Toronto

“Songs are crazy, hot flow, very nice I like”
Dj Emiliot Dakar
Top FM Dakar 107.0 FM- Senegal/BELGIUM

“You have some pretty talented artists’ their sound is a little refreshing as new breakthrough artists in the urban scene seem to all be dirty south style tracks. Somebody Snitched I really like the sample with the kids singing...it was dope.
Michael Mastro- Sydney Australia

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