9th Scientist has been featured on such releases as: Maddtruckers=92 Crumbling City (2004) on Ripshoprecords.com; Dirtbag=92s Me, Myself and Eye LP (2004); Maddtrucker=92s Truckenstein-9 (2005); Infinito 2017 of the Molemen=92s Kasekhem Black Pyramid album (2006); Infinitio 2017=92s Most High Definition (2008); Snake vs. Crane Truth on the Table vol. 2 (2009); Thaione Davis=92 Black Belt Collective (2010); and Dig Dug=92s Cafertorium on Uncommonrecords (2010). 9th Scientist=92s passed projects includes: Scientific EP (2002), Illatron Bootlegs EP (2004) and he received 4-stars in URB Magazine for the critically acclaimed, Illatron Magnetic, released on February 27, 2007. 9th Scientist=92s new release, Tru Kingz of Boom (available online only), is produced by Jams da Boombox of Jacksonville, AR, with additional production by DJ Profit of Little Rock, AR and Mannie G of Pinebluff, AR. This album, Tru Kingz of Boom, is released on Day By Day Entertainment and features the likes of Infinitio 2017, Max Ptah, Nekaybaaw, and Naadirah. Tru Kingz of Boom pioneers the path for Southern thought-proving Hip-Hop that is true to the science of crate-digging with soulful sounds, low-end bass, and raw lyricism.
What is Tru Kingz of Boom? It is a manifestation from within the bosom of The ALL, For ALL beings on this planet as well the multiverse. ALL the contributors of this body of work reside in different area’s of the Country. 9th Scientist Littlerock, Arkansas ( iLLatron ) Jams Da Boombox Jacksonville,Arkansas ( Dallas, Tx ) DJ Prophet Littlerock, Arkansas ( iLLatron ) Nekaybaaw Amen Atlanta, Ga ( College Park ) Max Ptah Memphis,Tenn, Naadirah Minneapolis, MN, Infinito 2017 Chicago,ILL ( Memphis, Tenn ) ALL in ALL we show and prove by way of our collective efforts Hiphop music is alive thriving and relative to the now! Looking backward to move forward never stuck in the past but manifesting our creativity in the present for the upliftment of Afrikan Minds the world over as well humanity. – 9th Scientist
“Jams DaBoombox (Other Aliases Include King Boom & Ervin Jams) Born Ervin Dionté Harris Is An American Producer From Little Rock, Arkansas(Hometown Jacksonville, Arkansas). His Style Is A Reflection Of Jazz, Funk, And Soulful Sounds From The 30s On Until The 80s. It Is Also A Reflection Of His Rebellious Nature. (Due To This Era Of Commercial Music) At Age 12 Is When He Found Out His Ability To Construct Tracks & Write Rhymes, Though He Only Went With Production As His Main Focus.
Growing Up In The South (Born July 24, 1991) Southern Hiphop Was Typically The Only Thing Being Heard. But Do To His Mothers Love For All Music, He Found Himself Getting Into Other Sounds As Well. Band And Orchestra Throughout School Also Played Its Part. Around Age 14 He Began filling His Musical Library With West coast Hiphop. With Stones Throw Records Filling A Big Spot. That Played A Part In Jams Beat Tapes And Production Style As Well.
In May 2010 Jams Started Releasing Beat Tapes Which Pleased The Small ”Boom Bap” Audience Of Arkansas Local Music Scene. Also Produced Most Of The Tracks On Arkansas Artist 9th Scientist Album “Tru Kingz Of Boom” Which Released July 2010 Online. King Boom Is Currently Working On Several New Projects.”
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