Savvi | HUEston Chronicles || Fixtape

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HUEston Chronicles || Fixtape

by Savvi

A re-FRESHing twist on HIP HOP and Soul music from below the mason dixon | 2005 'Best Indie Hip Hop Artist' nominee(Houston Press)
Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap: Hip Hop
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Welcome f/ Sistallana
1:55 album only
2. Editorial || Equality
2:12 album only
3. HUEston Chronicles [Like It T-I iZ]
3:29 album only
4. G.E.T.O.
3:38 album only
5. HUEston Rock It [Hakeem's Dream] cutz by: DJ Remix
1:03 album only
6. Digest
4:05 album only
7. Live Audience
0:57 album only
8. Simulated Audience f/ Equality
6:21 album only
9. Savvaliscious part Won [Savv in tha City]
2:51 album only
10. Approach [Pushin Up] f/ Miss Ke'Sha
3:37 album only
11. Southern Mentality f/ Freaky Jason, Devious, PKT
5:36 album only
12. Figure It Out [N.I.G.G.A.]
4:48 album only
13. HUEston Oil Her [Tyler Roses] || Sistallana, cutz by: Killa Kut
2:03 album only
14. Anomaly f/ Miss Ke'Sha cutz by: DJ Chill
4:01 album only
15. Buildin f/ Karega
4:15 album only
16. Hook
3:42 album only
17. Inner G
2:55 album only
18. No Dough
3:39 album only
19. To Tha Top f/ Tripli, One-Three, Kwik, Broadway, Karega, Brew, S
7:04 album only
20. Bonus Track: No Compromise
4:06 album only


Album Notes
"2005 Houston Press 'Best Indie Hip Hop' Artist nominee S A V V I"

In the land of perpetual trunks poppin' and eternal tops droppin', it's refreshing to hear H-Town MCs take their art form to new levels. And that doesn't mean getting a major-label deal - it means coming hard or not coming at all. Recently, a few heads have been stepping up to the plate, turning folks out and winning Houston some respect. One such is Savvi, dubbed the 'New Speaker of the South', has been winning fans over on the live poetry and underground hip-hop circuit for the past few years. The name "Savvi" is an acronym for shrewd and vivid, and describes his style as his appreciation of classic or nostalgic eras from the past blended with futuristic accessible elements in the present. Savvi aims to bridge generational, style, and substance gaps in all forms of soul music using hip hop as the medium.

Savvi's desire to re-define and expand the image of artistic culture in his hometown of Houston, TX, has inspired him to coin a new spelling for the city that he was born and raised in, Hue-ston; birthing his debut release, the HUEston Chronicles fixtape (Peace Uv Mine Entertainment Group). Hueston Chronicles has received 5 stars by Black Vision Online, hailing that "Savvi represents generation next..." and " the artist to watch in 2004-2005". The album has also received accolades from Franklin & Gold magazine's New York City correspondent "...there is hope on the underground that is on the come up".

Savvi's universal appeal, has attracted the attention of music lovers abroad, and has garnered him numerous features on projects from Texas to Norway, and his fan base is constantly expanding. Not only is Savvi an undeniable force in the music arena, since it's inception, his Peace Uv Mine Entertainment clothing line, Peace Uv Mine Style, has also been largely popular with thirsty fashion minds in HUEston, Austin, Washington D.C., Atlanta, Beaumont, and Nashville, and the list goes on.

Savvi's soulful delivery and witty wordplay captures the essence of Hueston Hip Hop and progressive music that relates to the struggle of the streets and the preservation of ethnic culture. For more info see and and



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