|One Of A Kind|
|Got Me Hooked|
|Nobody Do It Like This (Feat. Kode-Red)|
|I Like My Music Loud|
|The Making Of "I Like My Music Loud"|
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â€śHigh Rollersâ€ť music group started making music in 2006. Since then we have drastically grown with the quality of music that we produce. We have more and more opportunities as time goes on to get our music out to a wide group of people by way of iTunes, Amazon, ect. We just recently worked with â€śDistrictLines.comâ€ť to get a shirt designed, and hopefully additional merchandise. You can buy either the music or the merchandise by looking on our website. Here is a short summary of the history of our music.
In 2006, we started making music as a hobby. The first song we ever made was called "Rap Game Controllers," and ever since then we have been recording more music every chance we get. Our first CD dropped August 6th, 2007, which consisted of 11 tracks including: "Do The Wazy," "Just Rollin'," and "Check It Out." After selling many CD's to friends and schoolmates we decided to keep making music, and improving on anything that we could.
Right after our first album dropped we immediately started working on material for our second album that would later be titled "So Fresh." That record dropped in July 12th, 2008, and sold even more copies than our first CD. The fans' favorite tracks included: "So Fresh," "Put That Fire Out" and the club banger "Throw It Up." The album also included incredible guest appearances from MOMO and CAMO to freshen up the remixes. With our flow strengthening, and our lyrics improving with every song, it didn't take us long to realize we were on the right track. At this point, we realized how fun and entertaining recording music can be. We wanted to be in the studio every day!
Once again, as soon as possible, we were back in the studio recording. About three months after the release of "So Fresh," we released an album entitled "You Know We Be Stuntin' - EP" on iTunes. This EP included three tracks that were on our full length album "You Know We Be Stuntin'," that was released on iTunes August 25th. This album included the hits, "You Know We Be Stuntin'" , "I Like My Music Loud", "Raise 'Em Up (AYO)", "Every Day", and "Good To Me". The album was only released in digital copy, and will not be available in a hardcopy compact disc format. This was really the point where our music started getting more publicity thanks to the digital distribution. From this point on we both agreed to always have the digital copy, but when we thought it might be beneficial, to also make a hard copy. We thought this album was a major advancement in the quality of song produced. Knowing that we improved that much already, we knew there was even more room for improvement. This will be what we focus on with our future music.
After that album dropped, we immediately started recording again. This time we really took the time to research producers and beats that we would really like to use, and were a lot more picky. We also spent days on a song rather than a few hours so that we could perfect it.
The next album, that was released on December 15th, 2009, was titled â€śRising To The Next Level â€“ EPâ€ť and is currently available on iTunes, Amazon, and other digital websites. The title explains it all in our opinion, with our music really taking a huge step in the next direction. We feel we have now raised the bar in the music that we produce. This album had four songs â€śGot Me Hooked,â€ť â€śLike That,â€ť â€śNobody Do It Like This (feat. Kode-Red),â€ť and our biggest hit so far â€śOne Of A Kind.â€ť
These four songs will be on a future full length album that we are currently working on now. We really have some good song already recorded (that arenâ€™t released yet), and hope to record more great music for the album. This album will be the very closest to our goal of industry quality music. The album has a target release of summer 2010, and will include a digital release on iTunes, Amazon, Wal-Mart Online, Pandora Radio, and many more sites! We are also looking at producing a Compact Disc version to be sold locally by us, District Lines, and by a local music store. We feel this album has really good music on it, so we want to get it out to people that might enjoy it as much as possible. Keep checking back on our website (www.HIGHROLLERMUSIC.com), Facebook, or MySpace for newly released songs, or information about the new album or new merchandise.
As mentioned before, we make music as our hobby. Both of us are currently in school and that is our number one priority. Any chance we get to have some free time, we devote it to recording. This is particularly why we really donâ€™t do live shows, but rather spend our time recording the music to keep new songs and albums coming out as much as possible.
With that being said we hope you enjoy our music and will continue to support our ridiculously fun hobby! If you ever have a chance to record music, or create songs of your own, we highly recommend it.
Thanks again for your support,