It is my duty and obligation to share dope music with you and thusly I present you with the single, Last Man On Earth, from Ghost Of the Machine, and featuring Red Pill. The track is personal and introspective, with a touch of despair. The track suggests that no matter the belongings, situation, and company that the artist will still feel lonely. I’ve been there and can definitely respect.
The track is from the album, It’s Lonely Out Here: The Story of J.F.M. If you are feeling this track then this is an instant cop. The album is solid and chocked full of true content.
Ugly Heroes release a video for the track Daisies, from their much vaunted album, Everything In Between.
The realness in this song, this album, and this group, really relates to people. There is such a human element to everything they do. They are humbling and at the same time motivating. As a listener and a fan they always inspire me especially during difficult times.
Red Pill (Ugly Heroes) has got a new project, Instinctive Drowning, that has a release date for late August. Fuck Your Ambition, again has the listener seeing life through the lens of Pill. So all you strivers and motivators…you can stuff it. It’s Pill’s unique take on ‘ambition’ that really gets those thoughts moving.
Can a man get some elbow room here? Red Pill is about as distinct as they come, both as a person, and as an artist. He is not going to live or make music to make other people happy. He is going to make the music he wants to make. Either you relate or you don’t. His music is certainly introspective and more than a tad self-deprecating, but that’s what makes him a must listen. He spits on what he knows and in his own words, he would rather live for ten years doing what he want, than live for seventy doing what someone else wants him to do.
If you found this song hanging out in the haunts of your brain, check out the album, Look What This World Did To Us.
Off of the forthcoming Mello Music Group Compilation, Mandala Vol. 2, Today’s Mathematics, comes the first single from Ugly Heroes. The crew is of course comprised of Verbal Kent, Red Pill, and Apollo Brown. This is a stellar joint if my opinion counts for anything. The sound is really an extension of their self-titled album from earlier this year.
“…some pay dues…I pay attention…”
The compilation drops on January 28th so save the date…
Another video endowed to the masses from the Ugly Heroes’ crew. This comes off of their impressive self-titled album. It’s music for the downtrodden and the close to broken. Keep your heads up folks…
The Ugly Heroes give you that “every man music” with their video release of Hero’s Theme. You just listen to the lyrics and think…”Hey, these guys are talking about my life.” These artists are out here making the most of every moment. We should all take the lesson and maximize the day. You should start off by copping their self-titled album. Bang!
Ugly Heroes is comprised of Apollo Brown, Verbal Kent, and Red Pill, and their self-titled album dropped today. I am listening to it right now. It’s bluesy and somber. It’s also something that real people who have real problems will be able to relate to. This ain’t your silver spoon music! If you like this track, you can cop the album, here.
Ugly Heroes is comprised of emcees Red Pill and Verbal Kent, along with unparalleled production of one, Apollo Brown. This song is first single from their forthcoming self-titled album dropping on, May 28th.
This song chastises those who worship the almighty dollar and wreaks havoc on ear drums along the way. I am sure you will enjoy this thoroughly.