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Fresh Outta Bricktown

by Shake Dizzy

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Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap: Hip Hop
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1. Tokyo
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2. Im Fresh
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3. Shake It Up (feat. Flip & Nae)
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4. Get Gwop
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5. Thugz & Hustlaz (feat. Hollow Tip, Treez)
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6. Last MC
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7. Dimes
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8. Prayer Skit
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9. Everyday
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10. Road to Riches
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11. Me or You
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12. Yo Ma
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Album Notes
Fresh Outta Bricktown
Shake Dizzy the new upcoming rapper in hip hop was born and raised in Jamaica Queens, NY. His roots lie with his mom and his dad who are from the Island of Jamaica. Shake grew up playing basketball in the rough streets of south side Jamaica Queens and thought he would grow up to be a professional ball player. This is also how he got the name "Shake" from shaking defenders up on the court . While playing Division II NCAA basketball at LIU of Southampton, he realized that he had another talent. A talent to rock open mics off campus while entertaining his fellow teammates and party goers. After just two short years of college and countless performances on and off campus, Shake had to dropped out of school due to financial difficulties. With very few options on hand, Shake decided to moved to Virginia to live with his brother with hopes of continuing his education & music. He ended up joining a group call MC Family (Murder Charge Family) in 2004, which was a group comprised of a rapper (Shake), Jamaican singer (Treez) and a Jamaican MC( Hollow Tip). The trio worked the club scenes in VA and was booked for many shows where their performance got great reviews and gained popularity. At this point, Shake decided that he was going to do whatever it took to make it in the music industry.
While under the management of Lady Cham and Sleepy Wonder, MC Family traveled to New York and opened up for some of reggae’s biggest names such as TOK, Mad Cobra, Mega Banton, Munga, and Bounty Killer. This is where their music truly became noticeable and caught the attention of Teddy Riley who commented positively on their music. This buzz sparked Teddy Riley’s interest and landed MC Family an appointment but because of other business ventures that he had going on at the time, the meeting didn’t go any further.
After feeling like MC Family was not getting all the attention they deserved, Shake in agreement with his group moved back to his hometown (Queens) in January 2007 to try an push the group in the reggae market in NYC. Shake got on his grind and hooked up with Father Bentley to Host MC Family's mix tape. The mix tape received good reviews that ended up getting them a gig in Club Amazura in Queens, but because of the distance between the group members, it was hard to get everyone together to promote the CD. They later went on to hook up with Funk Flow productions in the summer of 07' which landed them two shows in California. After the trip to Cali, with the okay from his group, Shake started recording his solo mix tape in late 2007. He did his first solo show in Detroit with Funk Flow Productions on Jan.19, 2008 and got a great response. After a lot of researching and studying, Shake changed his name to "Shake Dizzy" and decided to start his own independent label “Dizzy Entertainment” to be the home for MC Family and other talented artist.
Working as a solo artist and gaining exposure doing open mics, talent shows and other venues, Shake has been causing a stir in the Hip Hop industry and has been networking, gaining popularity, and getting good responses from fans. In March 2008, Shake Dizzy landed 2nd place at the Source unsigned hype tour in Baltimore, MD and receive good reviews from CEO Jeremy Miller who later invited him back to New York to participate in the “Who’s Hot Who’s Not” showcase. Shake also performed in the “Stop the Violence Save the Children” tour in three different locations in NYC. He later auditioned and was selected to participate in the Roc da Mic showcase and the Hip Hop Rap-a-ton in which he ended up being 1 of the 12 final artist selected out of 100 emcees.
In April 2008, Shake and his team “Dizzy Ent.” had a listening party in Bembe’s lounge in Brooklyn, where party goers were the first to hear and grade each song off the up and coming album entitle “Fresh Outta Bricktown.”The album was released Jan 3, 2009 under CDbaby/Dizzy Entertainment and is currently for sale on itunes, rhapsody, amazon, etc. Thanks to his EPK on sonicbids and his official website, Shake has been booking numerous gigs and is gradually gaining the fan base that he needs to help him “Shake things up in the industry.”

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Fresh Outta Bricktown, Jan. 03, 2009
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Markquis T Owens

Good business
Great to hear new music that hits you like them old Favorites and classics. "Shake" tells a good story, demands respect and doesn't fail to make you move.