When he isn’t producing head knodding hip hop with his crew Team Demo (50 Cent, Sean Price, Obie Trice etc.,) or recording, mixing and mastering for countless artists at Depth Charge Studios, Mister Wise is busy making uniquely creative records as a soloist. His latest single, “If They Don’t Hear Us Now,” fuses rock, reggae and hip hop into a call to arms against the greed and corruption of the rich and powerful.
Check Out Previous Releases from Mister Wise such as “I Can’t Figure You Out,” from his 2013 EP, “The Way of the Doh Doh.”
And his 2010 LP, “The Mister Wise Album,” featuring “Whisper Back.”
Last year, we (Team Demo) released a compilation entitled “Journey with Nas,” which mashed up Nas acapellas with beats made with samples from the legendary rock band, Journey. The follow up is “Notorious White,” which does the same, but this time with Notorious B.I.G. and Barry White. The project was put together at Depth Charge Studios over the past several months and is available for streaming and download on the Team Demo Soundcloud page as well as several other hosting platforms. Enjoy!
I recently did an interview with friend and colleague, Head-Roc for the Huffington Post. My first name managed to get spelled wrong but that’s just an example of why you can just call me “Mister Wise” now. (So much easier.) 🙂
My music video for “I Can’t Figure You Out,” from my EP, “The Way of the Doh Doh,” has been spreading around the web. Despite a minor hiccup last week when one of our promoters apparently used a bot to add views (prompting YouTube to pull the link,) promotion and support for the video have continued to be awesome! It has now been exactly one month since the debut of the video and I need an additional push from my supporters, fans and friends more than ever. Here is a simple thing you can do to help.
Below is a list of public web sites where the video has been featured. There have been quite a few private networks as well, but we can let them talk amongst themselves 🙂 Please show support for these sites that have supported me by visiting the respective video pages. Visit as many as you can (it won’t take long.) Once you are there, give the video a view but more importantly, use the “share” links on each page to share/ like the video on your Twitter, Facebook, Email and other social media sites you frequent. This publicizes my video, but also the web sites who have supported it. You probably won’t be able to leave any comments or ratings on the video without joining the sites themselves (which you are welcome to do if you are so inclined,) but we would certainly be grateful for comments and “likes” on the video’s YouTube Page, which pretty much anyone can do. Thank you in advance, and remember, the EP is available for download on iTunes, Amazon and dozens of other sites where quality funky music can be purchased and/or streamed.