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SOURCE: 8&9 Clothing Co.
Miami's Saheed connects with one of NYC's finest Wais P for "Movement", the latest record from the upcoming album "Not For Nothing".
Miami, FL (PRWEB) January 12, 2013
Streetwear brand 8&9 clothing presents the latest record from Miami's Saheed as he connects with one of NYC's finest Wais P for "Movement." The song is the lead single off the album Not For Nothing which is produced entirely by Numonics and presented by 8&9 Clothing Co. with DJBooth.net.
The South Florida duo is joined on Movement by Math Hoffa, Wrekonize, Soul Khan, J NiCS, Wais P and Venessa Renee on their full length project. The official release is slated for a January 29th. "Working with Saheed and Numonics comes natural. Our visions align and we share the highest respect for our products so it's completely organic," said Ray Guilbault owner of 8&9 Clothing.
Saheed is a 23 year old artist hailing from Miami, Florida. He is best known for his debut release "Take Heed" which featured production from Statik Selektah and Bronze Nazareth. From the success of that project, the Muslim MC went on to collaborate with some of Hip Hop's best like REKS, Ras Kass and Termanology. In 2013, he embarks on his next full length project with fellow Floridian, Numonics, handling the production.
Numonics is a 28 year old Hip Hop producer from Pompano Beach, FL who is best known for his collaborative albums with artists like REKS, J NiCS and Co$$. The South Floridian has worked with notable MC's such as Blu, Freddie Gibbs, Termanology, Planet Asia, Ras Kass, Apathy, Jon Connor, Bishop Lamont, Wrekonize and King Mez to name a few. In 2013, the producer embarks on his most ambitious year releasing new albums and EP's with Koncept, REKS, Co$$ Sin, J NiCS, Saheed, LMS, Dynas, George Young the Infinite and a co-produced album with J57.
For more information on Saheed, follow him on Twitter @_Saheed also follow @numonics @8and9
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