Dialect *dÄ« -É™-â–ªlekt n : a regional variation of a language
"Now you gon' respect Dialect and view life from our aspect"...
With lyrics like these you can't help but to take notice of these three young men, whose music is as diverse as their backgrounds. Burns, was born in Miami, Fl on the hottest day of the summer. A chain of events beginning with the genesis and soon to end with a revelation brought about Burns' creation. Now using Truth-Based philosophies paired with his gift of music, Burns ultimate goal is to use his One Life to gain Eternal Life.
"I'm Tellin' you boy I ain't with that F@#K SH#T!"
Jenkins is a Miami native. His harsh but honest lyrical style constantly demands the respect he feels his hometown deserves. After listening to his lyrics you soon realize that Jenkins truly poses knowledge beyond his years.
From J.A. to M.I.A. was the route taken by Wood. A born Jamaican, Wood soon began soaking up the sounds of his new home Miami, Fl. This cultural mix of reggae and Miami bass sound is made evident in his unique lyrical delivery and conscious style. These three different yet similar sounds form the music known to the world as Dialect.
* Larry Fergusson (George Clinton)
* Bernard Fowler (The Rolling Stones & Ron Woodson Band, NickleBag)
* Doc Holiday (The Backstreet Boys, Tyrese)
* Dj Gusto (Bone, Luke),
* Saint Denson (112,Styles P of LOX & "Three Strikes" Soundtrack)
* Review in Ozone Magazine- February 2004
* HARDROCK CAFÃ‰
* MARRIOTT MARQUIS , TIME SQUARE NYC
* TOBACCO ROAD
* MARLIN HOTEL
Check out the artist's website:
1. Gettin Bent
2. Land Down Under
3. Bout You
4. Give It All You Got
6. F#ck Sh#t
7. Look At Me
8. Ghetto Jump
11. On Again
12. Rock Da Spot