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The Loyalists

In a time when hip hop is in desperate need of originality, a refreshing sound can be heard coming from the bay area. The Loyalists are made up of Framework (emcee) and E Train (dj/producer). They have been making music together for over 12 yrs. and continue to bring you back to the roots of hip hop with hard hitting beats and rhymes.

The Loyalists are strong artists who don't let today's trends shape where they take their music. Clever, rapid fire lyrics are weaved over hard, melodic beats to keep your head nodding while demanding a conscious mind from listeners. Their turntabl ...read more

In a time when hip hop is in desperate need of originality, a refreshing sound can be heard coming from the bay area. The Loyalists are made up of Framework (emcee) and E Train (dj/producer). They have been making music together for over 12 yrs. and continue to bring you back to the roots of hip hop with hard hitting beats and rhymes.

The Loyalists are strong artists who don't let today's trends shape where they take their music. Clever, rapid fire lyrics are weaved over hard, melodic beats to keep your head nodding while demanding a conscious mind from listeners. Their turntablism background becomes evident with lightning sharp cuts that separate them from some common groups of today. The Loyalists influences come from their love of the early 90's hip hop sound. However, they produce an original sound that can't be found anywhere else.



The impact of The Loyalists can be felt from their ILL live shows. The classic combination of an emcee and dj playing off each other creates an energetic scene wherever they rock a crowd. They have shared a stage with artists like KRS-One, Jedi Mind Tricks, Wordsworth, Mr. Lif, Akrobatik, Pharcyde, and others. When they come to your town, you won't want to miss them.

Check for their new album, “Redemption” featuring Louis Logic, Planet Asia, and The Aztext. The Loyalists are stampeding their way to the top, and whether the world is ready or not, they will be heard. « hide


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2008

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2005

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2004

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