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Published:March 1st, 2009 14:59 EST
SOPs Battle of the Bands Featuring Final Outlaw with "Hip Hop 4ever"

SOPs Battle of the Bands Featuring Final Outlaw with "Hip Hop 4ever"

By Judyth Piazza CEO (Editor)

Final Outlaw was born in Virginia. As a small child he spent much of his time traveling the east coast because of poverty/personal issues with his family, but was raised in most of the boroughs of New York City for the majority of his childhood. Exploring street-life as a teen with his brother he discovered the joy`s of freestylin` and battling amongst friends throughout Washington Heights, Harlem and Dyckman in Manhattan.  
"Final Outlaw spits that real Hip Hop sh*t all the time and never changes it up" ~  
Relatively a newcomer, today he is popularly known as a promising and young underground Hip Hop artist. He is a rapidly rising phenomenon in the music industry, quickly becoming one of the most respected Hip Hop artists within NYC. He is renowned for his versatile and shockingly personal performance style. His music is regarded as one of the most captivating new sounds in the genre by his followers.  
"He goes in rapping and speaking on life with the kind of passion and conviction that can only come from the spirit of someone who`s actually lived what he writes." ~  
Recently he`s been drawing lots of attention, performing at venues throughout the city such as S.o.B`s, SouthPaw, The Knitting Factory, Joe`s Pub, Nuyorican Poetry Café, The Annex, CBGB Lounge (before its closing), and The Bowery Poetry Club, to name a few. Often making appearances in New York`s surrounding states; he also traveled as far as The Belly Up Tavern (San Diego, CA) and The Airliner (Los Angeles, CA) within 07/08. On the internet, websites including,,,,,, are just a few of the many taking notice.  
His latest single "Hip Hop 4ever" is also earning him notoriety and respect. It won him an award for "strongest song of the year" at New York City`s longest running Hip Hop open mic ( The music video for the single directed by Janelle Ryan created a large buzz that recently landed him regular rotation on Ralph McDaniel`s legendary Video Music Box on NYCTV. Exceedingly richer in both cinematic and musical content than the average Hip Hop music video, the single has already been set for major US and UK release in 2009 to continue the movement it has started.  
"The lyrics portray a man that has no desire to please people but is willing to get his own on his own terms. There is a single-minded toughness in his style combined with substance and the listener can easily follow along from line to line." ~  
Currently Outlaw is working on his new mixtape and his debut album (09.) You can expect to see the return of turntabalist Chinch 33 (featured on "Hip Hop 4ever") as well as production, and collaborations from many renowned underground producers and rappers in NYC. Available on sale now is "We`re All Gonna Die SE" the mixtape which can be found on sale throughout the internet including I-tunes,, and more.  
Although he has managed to generate an increasing amount of local attention and a small international buzz he is currently unsigned and for this reason remains generally unknown. Many of his supporters consider him a pioneer in the resurrection and evolution of the Hip Hop culture. As a free agent Outlaw can be found in the New York underground stunning crowds from clubs to street corners or participating in a wide variety of services to his originating communities.  
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