Substantial

Substantial
Substantial
Nom Stanley Robinson
Activité principale Rappeur
Genre musical Rap
Rap East Coast
Années d'activité Depuis 2001
Labels QN5 Music
Site officiel Substantial MySpace

Stanley Robinson[1], plus connu sous le nom de Substantial, est un rappeur américain originaire du comté du Prince George, près de Baltimore dans le Maryland.

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Biographie

Il sort son premier album intitulé To This Union A Sun Was Born en 2001, en collaboration avec le producteur japonais Nujabes.

Après avoir gagné une certaine popularité au Japon, Substantial commence à travailler sur son second album, Sacrifice, qu'il sortit sous le label de Ink label sous la forme d'un vynil. Plus tard, quelques amis et collègues fondèrent le label QN5 Music, et signèrent donc Substantial à la mi-2006. Son second album est réédité et sort au début de l'année 2008. Plutôt bien accueillit par les critiques, son clip video "It's You (I Think)" le rendit célèbre de par sa diffusion sur MTV et sur d'autres médias.

Discographie

  • To This Union a Sun Was Born (2001, Hyde Out (U.S.)/Dimid (Japan)
  • Sacrificial Lambs (2006, Unlimited Vinyl)
  • Sacrifice (2008, QN5)
  • Substantial/Burns EP (2009)
  • Substantial Vs. Samurai Champloo EP (2009)
  • "Bop Alloy" With Marcus D (2010)

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