Fa-sin | Elavated

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by Fa-sin

Representing his North Carolina roots Fa-sin, brings forth a unique, indepth lyrical style combined with a base platform of musical productions that flow with melodic rhythms. (Country Powered Hip Hop)
Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap: Hip Hop
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  Song Share Time Download
1. ?
0:34 $0.99
2. Static (intro)
1:52 $0.99
3. The 49th Chapter
4:36 $0.99
4. Country Pimpin (Part 1)
4:05 $0.99
5. Break Her Off
4:26 $0.99
6. Elavated
4:32 $0.99
7. Song Break
4:58 $0.99
8. Global Assassins (feat. Inane)
4:19 $0.99
9. Blue Funk (interlude)
1:27 $0.99
10. So Hot Like That (feat. Amethyst)
5:28 $0.99
11. Country Pimpin (Part 2)
4:29 $0.99
12. I'm Comin (feat. Kierra Spinks)
4:47 $0.99
13. Bianca's Curiosity (interlude)
0:08 $0.99
14. Complicated
3:10 $0.99
15. Musical Weapon
5:43 $0.99
16. The Grumpy Customer (interlude)
0:27 $0.99
17. The Midnight Hour (feat. Noss & Kun-sil)
5:50 $0.99
18. The Gift (feat. Noss)
4:38 $0.99
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
At just 13 years of age Fa-sin, began writing and recording his own material. The art of combining deeply rooted lyrics with profoundly orchestrated music has facinated him ever since he was 10 years old scratching Run DMC records on his RCA stereo. Inspired by such artists as Big Daddy Kane, Slick Rick, OutKast and Boogie Down Productions/KRS-1 (just to name a few), Fa-sin knew from the time he was a child that making music and being an entertainer was his calling.
Fa-sin got his start by dubbing cassettes of his recorded material and passing them out to friends and family members. Soon after that Fa-sin started getting recognized at school and around the neighborhood for his musical talent. That recognition also led him to getting gigs hosting and performing at house parties, local talent shows, and school events.
In the summer of 1999, at the age of 21 Fa-sin, began producing beats and lyrics for what would become his very first full length album. Independently released in June of 2001, "Comtemplation2001 - inside the journal" quickly received positive feedback from its audience. In search of a record deal Fa-sin, imediately started sending out promo packages to the major labels and radio stations in hopes that someone would notice his talent and give him a chance. Despite good unit sales and feedback that the album was getting, "Contemplation2001 - inside the journal" never received air play nor did it get Fa-sin the record deal that he was hoping for.
Two years later in the summer of 2003 Fa-sin, teamed up with long term friend and jazz musician Patrick Conner to launch South49 Records. Fa-sin immediately went back into the studio to put the finishing touches on his second album. Now running and maintaning his own record label Fa-sin is back with an 18 track album entitled "Elavated". What ya'll know about that Country Powered Hip Hop?

Occupations: Record Label owner, Music Producer, Recording/Mixing Engineer, Writer, Musician



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Ur shit is hot
Okay alls I can say is the CD is hot like fire! Hot beats and lyrics! Keep doin what it do!


my nig is doing it big
the is the realist shyt coming out of nc. ny dawg gone show yall whats really going on in the nc. yeah thats how it is. south49 records gone show yall whats good in the hood. for real. until then yall keep checking out my nig fa-sin and see whats real yeah.

rodricus o.w.e. owens

the art of hip hop
this is what you call hip hop. i am the ceo of streetlife records and i work close with fa-sin and his label. this is the kind of music we need to bring the art of hip hop back to the music game. and not this programmed stuff you hear on the radio everyday. make sure you purchase this album and pump it. cause its real. oh yeah fa-sin get at me homie. peace