Thursday, January 8, 2015

INTRODUCING #RhymeScheme aka @OmegaSons


If you have been paying attention to the underground music scene, you have heard Rhyme Scheme. Having grown up in Detroit’s inner-city, and served a tour in Iraq, Rhyme Scheme delivers evocative messages through his lyrical talents that are quickly gaining notoriety. A recent reviewer of his All Black album stated, “His Tupac influence came out here in the freestyle, and other places in the record. I truly feel he would obliterate many independent rappers in a freestyle battle.” The depth of his lyrics, mixed with a fused sound of old-school hip hop with modern delivery is creating quite a buzz.
He was been chosen as Artist of Tha Month on Soundz Taight – Tha Indie Spot, been featured on the cover of The Underground Fix Magazine, BWD magazine, included in the XXL issue with G-Unit on the cover, featured in the A&R Report of Urban magazine and is going to appear in Fall/Winter issue of Blockz Magazine. The video for his ‘Time Will Fly’ single off the All Black album has garnered huge attention from fans receiving over 106,000 views in just over a month on YoRaps.
And Rhyme Scheme shows no signs of slowing down: his brand new single “Business Over Pleasure” featuring Young Noble and Yukmouth dropped at the number 2 spot in the iTop Charts for the US on October 15 and was released on Smoke A Lot Radio which airs on BReal TV. The Legendary DJ Ron G interviewed Rhyme Scheme on October 21 saying “Love the energy on your tracks! You don’t hear music like this anymore.”








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