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PremRock celebrates release party for album 'A Clean, Well-Lighted Place,' at Spike Hill, tonight (04.11)

PremRock, formerly Premonition, has been through the gamut from nyc stages to showcases worldwide. His new album, 'A Clean, Well-Lighted Place,' speaks to the places he’s been and the procession of friendly couches and hotel rooms he’s graced on the way. The beats bang with ferocious fervor echoing the MCs indelible tenacity. PremRock is a talented storyteller and he needs a clean, well-lighted place to spin his yarns. He moves easily from a back and forth exposition about a troubled youth in “Criminal Childish” to a philosophical introspection on the price of one’s dreams in “Juliet has Survived.” Rife with thoughtful jewels and trunk-knocking rhythms, this 'Place' is a welcome addition to Prem’s already impressive catalog. He celebrates the release tonight at Spike Hill in Williamsburg at 8pm.

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Deli sponsored Hip Hop show at Paper Box on 09.07 with Metermaids, Deathrow Tull, PremRock and Willie Green

The independent Hip Hop scene in New York City is a dynamic and competitive array of artists striving to establish themselves as your new favorite headphone haven. The best way to experience these acts, however, is of course to see them on stage in full swagger and bravado. On Friday September 7th, the Tiger Stylez Party at Paper Box in Bushwick will deliver some of the best and the brightest emerging local hip hoppers The Deli has encountered in the past few years. As if the aural excitement weren’t enough, there will be a smattering of world-class street artists adding color to canvas while the rap groups bring the house down. From Strange Famous Records’ Metermaids (pictured + streaming) to Brooklyn Sweat-fest Deathrow Tull to the Lyrical Boom-baptivism of PremRock and Willie Green, this show is perfect for seasoned indie rap aficionados as well as the curious and uninitiated.

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