Keep Ya Joy... Jah Bless! At Do617 Opening night with Bad Rabbits at Paradise Club!!!
Join NYC bucket drummer Osirus, as he introduces you to his universal language. Keeping it raw & fresh with street sounds and style like no other. Yet still representing the "Classics" Dir: KYJ Productions
This is what bucket drumming is about. close your eyes and imagine you were here with the live entertainment and the party's going strong. Bucketbeats.com!!!
Spain’s master street drummer tells how fate led him to take a set of paint buckets, pots and pans as a means of bringing his music to the world. What he didn't know was that in return, he would get something back worth far more than money.
El maestro español de la batería callejera nos cuenta cómo el destino le llevó a usar cubos de pintura, cacerolas y sartenes como una manera de llevar su música al mundo. Lo que no sabía es que ha cambio recibiría algo mucho más valioso que dinero.
BucketBeats.com Exclusive | Brown Dollaz - B.R.O.W.N. ( Bringin" Realness Over Wrong Nawledge)
Born to the streets of Miami, Liberty City, Carlos Brown AKA BODEGA; has been writing rhymes for over 8 years now. Grinding, hustling, and pushing through the system to get those rhymes produced. Life wasn..t easy but who said that pursuing your dreams would be.
Rapping is a gift that I have been blessed with and knowing how hard Ive worked, lets me know how much harder I must push myself. Living that hard-knock life made shit hard, but staying focused on the prize helped to push perseverance through my veins.
Born to immigrants from Haiti, I learned early on that the struggle is real. Watching the school system do me in, listening to the cries of my teachers of how I wasnt going to become anything; it felt like the streets was trying to find my breaking point.
Rapping kept me living; the dream of successfulness kept me humble. Never giving in to that bullshit, telling niggas to fuck the streets and stay on that knowledgeable dough making path wasn..t easy, god stressed to me to stay focused on myself. I heard him and answered the call.
Understanding the business was me understanding myself, the streets, the games played, the people who gave their life for the craft of rapping. While growing into my craft, Miami blessed me by being able to work with Heat Camp, Dues Pounn, Young Toe/Dirt City, Southern Boy for ICONZ Music Group, Bossman, Karl Cousin for Studio 204, Soldier T, Young fella and many more street smart soldiers in the underground Miami music industry.
Moving to Boston provided me with the opportunity to work with producers such as Soul On Ice and Richie Kimble. I have blessed the mic and performed at record release parities for: Letia LaRok, Lucky Dice, Fry Daddy, Jayman, M-Diesel, Alive of the Lead Boyz, Kev Kong of AndWhat Records, Pablo Star (Haitian Artist) and many other talented and respected artist.
For my block, I..m staying focused; dropping CD..s and performing. For the producers, I know what I want, I know what I want to sound like-keep it real for me; there is no other BODEGA. For the hood, keep that shit locked; make em.. respect who we are and what we do, never settle for less. For the fake niggas who stay trying me; remember this: BODEGA don..t owe you shit.
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Newark Valley students perform Bucket Beats at the 2012 Prism Concert
An Englishman, a Frenchman, a Spaniard and a German are all standing watching a street performer do some excellent juggling. The juggler notices that the four gentlemen have a very poor view, so he stands up on a large wooden box and calls out, "Can you all see me now?" "Yes." "Oui." "Sí." "Ja."