Rich Quick Explores Art in Music, Includes Art Cards With Release

January 13, 2013

Exponent Entertainment has announced the release of New Jersey Hip Hop artist Rich Quick’s latest project “I’m With The DJ” hosted and mixed by DJ NoPhrillz and Benja Styles. The mixtape has been deemed by critics as a tribute to the many art forms within the Hip Hop culture. When asked to describe the tape Ccelli of Exponent Entertainment says “Rich creates a strong foundation for the tape by showing a well rounded view of the art of emceeing experimenting with song structure, unique rhyme patterns and flows. DJ NoPhrillz and Benja Styles explore the artistic elements of a good deejay by arranging production and seemingly effortless blending of tracks with the perfect amount of rhythmic scratching. To top it off each physical copy of the mixtape includes 1 of 5 limited edition hand drawn Hip Hop themed Art Cards as a testament to Hip Hop’s influence on art and pop culture. The Art Cards were designed by local artist, Angela Capel and each is signed and numbered.”

Since its release “I’m With The DJ” has been deemed a Hip Hop classic by many critics and support from fans pushed it to nearly 30,000 listens in the first week alone. According to Khal of this has been long time coming. He says “Been waiting for this one and goddamn is it worth it! Rich Quick is the truth, straight up and down. I got an advanced copy of this yesterday and was thoroughly impressed. I’ve known Quick was a great MC, but the level of versatility in his rhymes? You really see it in this tape. He rips a grip of great beats.” Khal is not alone in his praise of “I’m With The DJ” Sermon of says “Philly spitter Rich Quick took some time to get to this point. His first tape with DJ NoPhrillz and Benja Styles had to really come out like a mixtape. Something that sounds vintage. You have him doing freestyles and dropping some original tracks in between too. Safe to say he went in.”

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