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Samurai the 7th and R. Bizzy

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Samerai the 7th and R.Bizzy are hip-hop artists in Los Angeles also known as WorldWide, or W² for short. The two believe in using their music and lyrics as a movement, remaining true to the roots of hip-hop: blues, funk, jazz, rock & spoken word. These two artists joined forces after meeting thru a local rock band they had performed with, where they had opened for acts such as Fishbone and Del Tha Funkee Homosapien. Shortly after their additions to the band, they went on to perform at the Los Angeles Music Awards' showcase and became the first-ever recipients of the "Most Original Band" award. They performed all around L.A., headlining numerous venues including the House of Blues, Viper Room, Avalon, Key Club, the Star 98.7 FM Concert Series at Universal Studios, as well as touring on the road and performing at the South By SouthWest Music Festival. After a few years in the band, Samerai and R.Bizzy both left but not before forming a strong friendship while also recording their own project called WorldWide, their goal of creating hip-hop music that appeals to all areas of the globe. Their first body of work became their mixtape titled "Movement". Songs such as "I Was Born", "Only Your Name", "Sun Don't Shine" and "Egypt Rise" display the duo's all-around approach. The two often perform with a live band, with R.Bizzy showcasing his musical versatility by alternating between playing the drums and dropping rhymes and at times doing both, while Samerai remains full-time on the vocals, devoted to the lyrical and story-telling duties of a master of ceremonies. Samerai and R.Bizzy also continue to stay active in the community with events such as "Helping Kids Go For Gold", a fundraiser they headlined with Kurupt of Tha Dogg Pound to help send the Los Angeles AAU Track team to the Jr. Olympics; "The Show Must Go On", a benefit show featured on KTLA Ch.5 and hosted by JAQ's Network in order to provide art and music supplies for Los Angeles schools; and "The Japan Benefit Show", a fundraiser for the Ashinaga organization to provide relief for orphans of the tsunami and earthquake.


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