Since the 2002 release of their debut album Midas Well Get Drunk the LACS which consists of artists Clay Sharpe (Uncle Snap), Brandon Herndon (Yocal), and Brian King ( Captain Kang) have started to make a name for themselves in the independent music world. Their music which draws heavy on the dirty south movement with the rock / country traditions of the South has supplied them with a sound that has no comparison to other artists in their genre. The LACS name comes from a host of ideas so we leave it up to our fans for there interpretation. The LACS after generating alot of interest from the first album Midas Well Get Drunk the LACS formed their own label. So in the summer of 2003 with the help of Middle G Side Ya Mouth Records was born. The LACS remained independent and worked the south's underground scene opening for artists Pastor Troy, Mr. Mudd, Raheem tha Dream and Yola Da Great. The LACS started Bottom Boyz Studios in 2005 and produced the LACOLOGY album and the Trailor Park Pimpin mixtape for release in 2006. Apostle Pain C.E.O of Inner Pain Music joined the team in fall of 2005 and its been a never ending grind. Inner Pain Music put us through the door in the underground scene and generated the hype to take us to where we belong. The new album LACADEMICS was produced and recorded at Bottom Boyz Studio and STR studios in Atlanta this past year with a release date this spring with BCD. We finally made into the mainstream yall! Work has begun on the new and final album of the Trillogy and we hope to release this new project this winter. Please join our mailing list if you wish to stay up on our tour dates and appearances.
Review of "Lacology" by Scantron and RadioIndy
|POSTED BY: xavierpersad||POSTED ON: 07 Jul 2007 12:58 PM|
On "Lacology," LACS shows their dirty south style. This album bumps the beat and keeps the party going on all night long. This is a great CD for riding around and banging your system. The rapping is nicely syncopated to the beat, and the CD includes cool sound effects and keyboard riffs. On "Ch-choppin," Lacs presents smooth rhymes with a touch of classic screwed up lyrics that show a true southern rap flavor. "What It's Gone to Be" features excellent female vocals as a backdrop to LACS' smooth rapping. This rap masterpiece is a must have. If you like Paul Wall or Lil Flip then you will love LACS. Pick up your copy today.-Scantron and RadioIndy
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