Mar 13, 2013

CHICAGO’S BLANCO CAINE STIRS THE POT WITH ‘WHITE AMERICA’ PROJECT
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Written by : Jerry Doby| 0 | Entertainment, Music

Blanco Caine - White America

Chicago Hip Hop artist Blanco Caine intends to stir the pot and inform the Hip Hop masses about some still smoldering issues dealing with “White America.” Blanco’s highly anticipated release, “White America,” hosted by DJ Supastar J Kwik and DJ Vic Lloyd, comes on the heels of Fox network journalist Bill O’Reilly’s rants regarding the loss of “White Privilege.”

According to his interview with The Hype Magazine, Blanco Caine states that his musical influences include “Everything they didn’t teach or prepare me for in school is an inspiration…basically “White America.” He continues, “Controversy may ruffle a few feathers with this next release, but hey, I’m not here to make friends — just great music.”

Blanco’s previous record “V12 Muzik” (Prod. By Tony Flocko), created quite a buzz for him and his featured (Cash Gang Empire) artist Bodi (Maserati) Deeder. “V12 Muzik” drew the personal attention of Chicago’s FakeShoreDrive.com owner, Andrew Barber who named the project “…one of the Top 20 songs of 2012.”

via CHICAGO’S BLANCO CAINE STIRS THE POT WITH ‘WHITE AMERICA’ PROJECT.

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Jerry is Executive Editor of The Hype Magazine (http://gethypeonline.com), a member of the Recording Academy (Grammy365), as well as a freelance publicist with more than 10 years experience in the urban music field.He is also a Featured Contributor for Yahoo! Voices (A&E) (http://contributor.yahoo.com/user/jdobypr/)

In 2002, Jerry was recognized by the West Coast Hip Hop Hall of Fame for his contributions to the growth and education of independent artists.
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Jerry Doby

Jerry is Executive Editor of The Hype Magazine (http://gethypeonline.com), a member of the Recording Academy (Grammy365), as well as a freelance publicist with more than 10 years experience in the urban music field. He is also a Featured Contributor for Yahoo! Voices (A&E) (http://contributor.yahoo.com/user/jdobypr/) In 2002, Jerry was recognized by the West Coast Hip Hop Hall of Fame for his contributions to the growth and education of independent artists.

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