Kidz In The Hall, the hip-hop duo consisting of emcee Naledge & producer Double-O, took a creative approach to the recording process of their new album ‘Occasion.’ In March of this year, with support from Red Bull & Adidas, Kidz In The Hall laid down the foundation for the project with a core objective in mind…HAVE FUN! The group invited fans into their world to see first-hand how they construct an album. Over the course of a few weeks they recorded in Red Bull studios, played in an Adidas basketball tournament with Snoop Dogg, threw parties at their LA house in the hills (for creative inspiration of course), played pranks and performed with Chris Brown. The reality show ‘Here Now’ documented the making of ‘Occasion.’ The 6-part series was hosted by MTV2.COM as part of their Sucka Free segment.
On November 22nd fans will get to enjoy the 13-track album featuring David Banner, Marsha Ambrosius, Bun B, Freddie Gibbs, Esthero, Suliamn, Anton Genius & more.
According to Naledge “this album is by far our best work. All artists usually feel that way, but in my honest opinion our mental space wasn’t as positive for the last album. We didn’t rush this project and we made sure we had fun crafting it. Occasion is the soundtrack to letting one’s everyday problems go and focusing on the celebration at hand. Life should be a celebration.”
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