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Blu & Exile - 'Below The Heavens' [(Black) Vinyl [2LP]]
Blu & Exile - 'Below The Heavens' [(Black) Vinyl [2LP]]
Blu & Exile - 'Below The Heavens' [(Black) Vinyl [2LP]]
Blu & Exile - 'Below The Heavens' [(Black) Vinyl [2LP]]

Blu & Exile

Below The Heavens

Black Vinyl Re-Issue

Vinyl LP Record [2LP]

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Blu is the leader of West Coast Hip Hop. Since the days of Pharcyde, Freestyle Fellowship, and Jurassic 5, there have been few wordsmiths that have grasped the attention of listeners worldwide. Introduced to NWA and Public Enemy by his father, Blu later was captivated by the likes of Black Star, The Roots, and Common, creating a unique balance that is displayed in Blu's personality and music.

Blu's first full length LP, "Below the Heavens" pairs Blu with producer Exile on the Sound in Color imprint. His first single, "Narrow Path" has rocked stages across the world, as fans begin to feel the impact of Blu's music. His delivery flows flawlessly, while the content reflects the joy and pain of working class youth everywhere. Since the release of "Narrow Path," Blu has performed alongside Slum Village, X-Clan, Platinum Pied Pipers, Lyrics Born, DJ Houseshoes, and many others, while participating in 3 high-profile nationwide tours alongside musical family members: Ta'Raach, Aloe Blacc, and Exile.

The buzz has fans salivating for new music. Worldwide, people are looking to put hope into the 'next' emcee that will give them the same feeling when they first heard Black Thought, Common, or Slum Village. Blu fulfills this need, but maintains something that is entirely new, while not recycled.

For years, Blu's debut album Below the Heavens was only available on CD and a low-quality European bootleg LP. Packaged in hand-numbered gatefold jackets and strictly limited, this is the first official vinyl release of this album. The legend behind Below the Heavens grows even bigger as Blu's career ascends into the heavens for his major label release on Warner.
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