New York, NY, April 23, 2007 --(PR.com
)-- In a hip-hop market saturated with one hit wonders and artists who are self-absorbed with bling blaow materialism and over boasting self-worth, it is refreshing to hear a younger cat like Elohim Marino come in with a very genuine, self-spoken sound that discloses his most inner thoughts. He really lets you feel where he's coming from while consistently highlighting his lyrical strength day in, day out.
He is a Son of Hip-Hop and his style, while largely unique, gives you a real feel for the "golden age" of the music despite being a young emcee himself. Elohim embodies bits and pieces of hip-hop legends with his own unique spin that ultimately produces a very smooth and next level vibe -- not to forget the stellar production provided by Tony2Tone, who is Elohim's friend and business partner.
Elohim Marino connected with Tony2Tone and together they established their own means (along with the BlaQ Ink Family) to release their music independently -- BlaQ Ink. recently released Elohim Marino's Son of Hip-Hop CD and will be the launch pad for future releases from Elohim Marino.
The world was first introduced to Elohim with the Tony2Tone produced "Troubles With God". This was followed with "Timeless Thoughts" and "Uncontrolled Emotions" and just recently, "Black Livin'", produced by Deadly Melody Productions. In 2006 BlaQ InK released the "Son of Hip-Hop" Album they were featured on. Check Elohim's thoughts on the industry and his quest to be heard internationally as a self-standing artist who didn't conform to record label demands or shady contracts.