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ENOT has been featured in The Source, Rap fanatic, and Streets Mos Magazine. As well as HipHopdx, HipHopgame, Ballerstatus, Latinrapper.com and various other media. Find out why: Get THE PASTPORT.
Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap: East Coast
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Coming 2 America
3:58 $0.99
2. Set You Free
4:09 $0.99
3. Talking Money w/ C-Sharp
0:41 $0.99
4. Get This Money
4:04 $0.99
5. I Pitty Y'all
3:49 $0.99
6. Get Up Now
4:27 $0.99
7. Strange Things
4:14 $0.99
8. Bronx U.S.A
2:20 $0.99
9. Diva Spark Message
0:13 $0.99
10. Faster
3:59 $0.99
11. Dominican Pride
3:34 $0.99
12. What You Gonna Do
4:16 $0.99
13. It's All Ova (LSC Remix)
5:07 $0.99
14. Rumble In The Bronx
3:38 $0.99
15. The Credits ( Director's Commentary)
5:12 $0.99
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Album Notes
If Rap icon Krs-One had his way and Hip-Hop one day became an organized religion, than his native borough of the Bronx would no doubt be its Mecca, its Jerusalem. Every year, thousands of heads from around the world make a pilgrimage to the stem of the Rotten Apple to get a first hand look at the place that started it all. With so many Hip-Hop fans complaining about the state of the music, some feel they must turn to the place that birthed the game to find the one who will resurrect it.

ENOT, known as “Boogie Down’s Boldest“, is an emcee that embodies Hip-Hop in its purest form. The young rapper’s style is as colorful but intricate as the graffiti artwork that covers the buildings on
his streets. His playful style and live stage shows remind us why true heads always traveled Uptown when they wanted to really party, yet his street credibility is as solid as the concrete blocks of Gun Hill Road or the walls of the Grand Concourse.

Still, what he feels sets him apart from all chain swinging, gun toting emcees is his originality. “I’m not afraid to experiment or approach the music from a different point of view”. Case in point: His raunchy lead single “FASTER”, which invites the ladies to do just that do it “FASTER”. Tracks such as this one and the jeep-speaker breaker “GET THIS MONEY” broadened his appeal past state lines and earned him a fan base which is still growing via the internet and college radio nationwide. Among his most avid supporters is H-town producer Remo Gunz( SuaveHouse, Innercircle, Paid In Full), who after hearing the Bronx bomber, has fully endorsed him as one to look out for.

Ask the East Coast hardrock and proud Dominicano who first steered his attention from the television sitcoms to the speaker and the answer is a well known Compton producer in a White Sox hat. “First tape I got my hands on was “The Chronic”.” The gangsta soundtrack featuring a smooth and charismatic Calvin Broadus would define the next years to come for ENOT . “I played that tape everyday 'til it popped”.

When he finally settled in New York for good from D.R., It was only a matter of time until Hip-hop consumed his whole life. From hanging on a farm in the Caribbean to battling seasoned emcees
on Forty-Deuce, the quick change of pace forced ENOT to step his game up and he started defeating all challengers from all boroughs.

Knowing full well that the legends he idolized made their name in the vocal booth and not on the stoops, he started recording a demo with Brooklynite producer and friend Advance, who ENOT credits with
teaching him song structures and flows. The recording of his demo also had him rubbing elbows with future stars Midi-Mafia, who then belonged to East New York’s SupaGroup US.
After perfecting his style and addictive personality in studios and on stages, ENOT started to record his debut album, christened “THE PASTPORT”, since no longer able to control the urge most ambitious emcees have to be heard. The disc showcases the Uptown rhyme slinger at his creative best with lyrics that effortlessly range from humorous to heartfelt.

In the spirit of true school Emcee/Producer tandems, such as Pete Rock and Cl Smooth, OC and Buckwild, Showbiz and AG and of course Krs-One and Scott LaRock, production is almost entirely handled by the new producer who has all industry A&R’s buzzing : BX brethren C-Sharp, fresh off lacing Queens duo THE LONGSHOTS as well as 106 and Park champion NOVA. As for ENOT, the sky is the limit and he fully intends on bringing the crown back to his borough, proving all things in life come full circle. In the famous words of Kris Parker: Bronx keeps creating it.

Featuring Production by:

C SHARP (The Longshots, Nova (The 106 & Park Champ))

Additional Production by Cochise (Saigon, DITC, Notorious B.I.G)

Dj Excellence

Tay Jones for Dizzo Productions

ATEK (Allen. P)

Features Guest Appearences by:

The Longshots (King Crayon & Rock Shabazz)


The LSC Click / Future of New York

Artwork by MAS D(of Dujeous)

Recorded at Viper Studios with Southpaw & Quiet As Kept Studios with Cochise.

Check out: www.myspace.com/ENOT

Contact: ENOTMUSIC@gmail.com



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TRICKSTA (RagoMagazine)

"This is something you need to get hold of. Bigness"
"Hip-Hop isn’t dead; it’s just underground because it doesn’t appeal to the masses like mainstream rap does! Enot is Hip-Hop all the way with banging beats and some nice flows and subjects and matters. ‘Set You Free’ is a clever funked up track that Little Brother or Slum Village would be proud of, ‘Get Up Now’ featuring The Longshots is a real highlight and the club-hopping anthem ‘What You Gonna Do’ really gets ya head-nodding. This is a tight album that heavily features The Longshots and C Sharp. This is something you need to get hold of. Bigness."

RegNobble - Rockstar Hip Hop

Hip Hop is still alive in the Bronx!
Dope album from start to finish! The Bronx is still the home of original, entertaining, and creative music. Following the steps of legends like KRS, Fat Joe, Slick Rick, and Big Pun (RIP) comes a new voice to the game. Big Ups!

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