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The Prolegend Movement hailing from the corners of the Jacksonville Florida's Northwest Quadrant... A group of 2 Soulful Versatile Producers and 2 Gifted Real life documentarians a final bastion of Hope in Hip Hop but not in a distant galaxy there blazing rhythms and thirsty lyrics an be found on Hot track like..."If I Had 2" or "Get it Everyday" Cut through a funk soul infused urban conscience complete with spicy drums and Gumbo like vibes they draw a line from the ring shout to what's relevant today in music. Extra visionary but still isn't afraid to give you raw social commentary. in the tradition of James Weldon Johnson who hailed from the southeast coast town boasting 8 bridges. The writer of the inspirational hymn and allegory of overcoming struggle "Lift every voice and sing." With hot tracks that redefine what hip hop can be in raw form they also redefine themselves within the medium. Taking a love for film, art, fashion and movies through the decades they have cultivated a life style of progressive knowledgeable Soul with a funked out Vibe!!! Banging Beat cutting lyrics... The logic is undeniable. Yet in a manner everyone can enjoy truly to soothe the savage beast. We invite to to learn more about us. A Movement never stops and if you like fiyah music welome aboard!!! ent vement

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The Prolegend Movement Took it Home at Endo Exo There is a cliche in writing, usually used in reference to some great event or performance that goes, 'you could feel the energy in the room/building/fill in the blank'. Like any writer, I like to think of myself as original and not prone to the use of worn-out phrases such as this. However, I can honestly think of no better way to describe The Prolegend Movement's performance at Endo Exo this past Thursday. You could truly feel the energy in the place. You may have listened to their mixtape or some of their songs online, but to see them perform in person is to truly understand the talent that they possess as well as the dedication and commitment that they have to their craft as well as to their audience. In addition to MassPro, LankDizzim, J.Co and Laf Legend, reggae artist Mosiah Jones and singers Blondee and Lyric Raines were onstage doing their thing as well. Mosiah (in the center of the photo wearing white-trimmed shades) sings the hook to "Ayo Teaser" on the Black Diamondz mixtape and the live performance of the track was a real crowd pleaser. But that shouldn't come as a surprise to those of us who grew up in Duval during the Cool Runnings era. We love our reggae in 904! Blondee, looking stunning in a yellow dress, sang her heart out on the hook to "Take Me Home (One Too Many)" and Lyric Raines left no doubt that The Prolegend Movement is out to "Get it Everyday". And when they broke out with "Last Call Wasted", some people got so excited that I thought they were going to hurt themselves! Ironically, I think that the success of their performance and their ability to connect with the crowd was best measured by the reaction of the supporters of other groups. The cool thing about Endo Exo is that they pay the independent artists to perform, based on the number of supporters that they bring in. So when a new group hits the stage, those supporters come to the front and make sure that they rep hard for the performers. I had to smile to myself when I saw other groups supporters begrudgingly nodding and giving silent props to The Prolegend Movement. They easily had the most hyped and polished performance of the night. Watching them take control of the stage, they gave you the impression that they could be performing in someone's backyard and would still go at it just as hard. For them, its about the music first, something that I wish I could say about every artist out there. If you missed the performance, then you really did miss out on a great night. However, there will be many more opportunities to see The Prolegend Movement in person. They will be performing again on June 16 at Endo Exo as part of the second annual Tupac Birthday Tribute and will also be a part of the upcoming 80's Throwback Party. I will be covering both events in upcoming blogs so be sure to stay tuned. In the meantime, check them out on Facebook, Myspace and Twitter, and be sure to listen to Black Diamondz. We have to support our local artists because there is a lot of talent here in Duval that could really put 904 on the map, but it starts with determined artists like The Prolegend Movement and continues with dedicated fans. Come be a part of the movement. Posted by The Poetic Princess at 11:59 PM


The Psalms 87 The Privileges of Dwelling in Zion A Psalm or Song for the sons of Korah. 1.His foundation is in the holy mountains. 2 The LORD loveth the gates of Zion more than all the dwellings of Jacob. 3 Glorious things are spoken of thee,O city of God. Selah. 4 I will make mention of Rahab and Babylon to them that know me: behold Philis'ti-a, and Tyre, with Ethiopia; this man was born there. 5 And of Zion it shall be said, This and that man was born in her: and the Highest himself shall establish her. 6 The LORD shall count, when he writeth up the people, that this man was born there. Selah. 7 As well the singers as the players on instruments shall be there:all my springs are in thee.

The Prolegend Movement-Supporting and Inspiring the Jacksonville Community I write about music partly because of my dad. Ironic, given that his interests in music usually fall into the 'easy listening' category, while I mostly cover reggae and hip-hop. You see, my dad is old school. He would pull out a belt and tear our behinds up growing up, then say, "stop all that crying and straighten your face up". He always said things like, "you better not waste that food, children in Africa are starving to death". And he disliked constant complaining with a passion. I inherited that trait from him. So instead of constantly whining about the foolishness that some of these artists call music today, and the corporate-controlled radio stations that feed us this mental junk food, I'm out here doing my best to write about artists with real music, real voices, real messages. One of my favorite local groups, The Prolegend Movement, falls squarely into that category. Take yesterday for example. It poured down raining in the afternoon, but when it cleared up, it still felt like 208 degrees outside. Instead of chillin' indoors under the a/c, though, I was down at The Jacksonville Landing for the Summer Kick-off. The Prolegend Movement came out and put on a free, family-friendly show to benefit the community and to support a local dance group, the Jacksonville Starz. This wasn't Grind to Shine at Endo Exo, it wasn't about ticket sales or swagger, although Prolegend has plenty of that. Yesterday was just about the music, the kids, and the community. They did three sets, "Get it Everyday", "Not Average", and "Ladies Choice", from their Black Diamonds mixtape. "Ladies Choice", one of my personal favorites, was dedicated to all of the single moms that work hard everyday to provide for their families. That got a great response from the crowd. By the end of the performance, even the cloggers that were scheduled to go on later were clapping and rocking. At the end of the show, people came downstairs out of the balcony specifically to shake their hands, ask about cd's, and get their contact information. The audience seemed very appreciative and grateful for them taking time out to come support and inspire the community. Watching and photographing the performance reminded me that for every Wacka Flocka out there, there is a Prolegend Movement, artists with something real and original to offer. Most importantly, they have a heart for the community. If you're like me and you're tired of feeling like you need an anti-depressant after watching the 6 o'clock news, then you need to start supporting them and artists like them. Music has the power to heal wounds and build bridges in our community. So don't let a little heat or rain stop you from coming out to the next show, this Thursday at Arielle's for the 80's Party. Last time I checked, the rain didn't stop Noah. He built an ark and kept it moving. So lets put our money where our mouths are, Duval. Let's keep it moving and join the movement. Posted by The Poetic Princess at 1:15 PM

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