The Spanglish West Coast Party Rapper
Brining you a hot urban album with a Latin twist…..
Los Angeles, Rize High Records releases the first urban bi-lingual party album of the year “That’z Koolizimo” by west coast rapper Skeey. “That’s Koolizimo” in stores January 2009, will be Skeey’s third album, his first ‘El Bombaso’ released by Warner Mexico and his second “La Bomba Que Honda” released in the United States by Universal Latino.
Skeey debuted his rapping skills on “Whomp! (Si Lo Es)” the Spanish version of the multi-platinum mega hit ‘Whoop! (There It Is)’ by Tag Team. The dynamic duo selected Skeey to feature on their mega hit based on his talent and dynamic personality. Skeey is one of the first Latino rappers to be signed to a multinational record company, a true pioneer in the Latin Hip Hop world. His hits “Pensando en Ti” and “S’Kandalo” played on heavy rotation on MTV Latino, Mun2, LATV, as well as the leading T.V. Spanish networks Televisa, Univision, Azteca and Telemundo.
“I believe this is my best record to date” says Skeey. “I’ve put some time into writing my lines and coming up with songs that catch the ear of party people looking for something urban with a Latin twist. I have nothing but club bangers that make you want to pop that booty… plus I feel the time is now for this style of music, people are ready for something new and fresh yet banging. I represent party people world wide to the fullest! With all the problems in the world today I feel we need to just let go and have a blast and my record is here to help you do that”
“That’z Koolizimo” is produced by platinum record producer Byron Brizuela and counts with ten urban cuts all written by Skeey. The album contains a progressive blend of the latest Hip Hop styles like the contagious up tempo ‘She’s Peligrosa’ and the smooth 808 induced ‘Sexy Muñekita’, along with club bangers such as “Pop Dem Bootiez” and bass heavy “That’z Koolizimo”. Skeey doesn’t forget his roots featuring Latin flavored “double entendre ” cuts “Tiene Kon’Ke”and “El Regreso de Super Panchito”, plus he includes a little Reggaeton in ‘Get Urr Fiesta On’ and ‘Asi Se Ase’. Skeey’s new album will keep you moving on the dance floor, with your ipod or in your ride with electrifying booty banging bilingual beats that won’t disappoint.
“I’ve had the opportunity to work with some of the world’s top talent and I consider Skeey as one of my favorites. His personality is contagious, he’s the real deal, what he writes about in his songs is how he lives” says Byron Brizuela “Don’t sleep on this record it’s going to be ground breaking, cause That’z Koolizimo!”