Jacksonville, FL, December 02, 2006 --(PR.com
)-- THG (The Hustle Game) releases "Fugitive" from S.U.N.’s forthcoming project entitled “FUGITIVE Vol. 1: The Disassembly”. Laced with a jagged club banging track produced by "The S.E.C.", S.U.N.’s lyrics like "It’s the big show, but can’t break a leg like T.O., but my P.O. out to run me back like Lito" show’s his strong representation of North Florida Life. He effortlessly uses Jacksonville native Lito Sheppard’s 100 yard 2006 interception return as a simile for being "run" back to incarceration for violation. The hook simply presents a fact, then poses a question, "I had to run like a fugitive, what you’d a did?" then proclaims S.U.N.’s sharp North Florida swagger, "Yeah a n*&^a on the run, but still fresh in Azzure."
S.U.N. is one of the most enticing and skillfully structured independent artists in the South. He has performed with the likes of Trick Daddy and Lil Jon just to name a few. Duval Streetz Magazine recently featured the artist in the "Under The Radar" section saying, "It’s like he knew the drought was coming, so he waited and now he bout to flood the streets with pure pressha."
When asked why go public with his nearly eight year ordeal as a fugitive from Florida law enforcement officials he responded, "It’s authentic and where I’m from a lot of guys are on paper or on the run for a lot of things, mostly ’cause they rightfully don’t trust the court system, I’m a voice for them excluding the degenerates. North Florida has always had a fugitive history. We’ve been labeled as criminals since the days that the runaway slaves (from all over the south and Caribbean) came here as a haven to eventually form the largest, most violent slave rebellion, The Seminole Wars. That‘s really the basis of the FUGITIVE movement."
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Kenya (Brooklyn) Santiago