Hyro Da Hero

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Sleeping Giants 03:35 Tools
Fuck You (Say It To Your Face) 04:47 Tools
Ghetto Ambiance 04:47 Tools
Grudge 03:36 Tools
The Worlds Stage 04:30 Tools
We Still Popular 03:54 Tools
Man in My City 03:52 Tools
A Conversation With Hip Hop 03:50 Tools
Beam Me Up Scotty 04:13 Tools
Section 8 03:54 Tools
System Overload 05:19 Tools
Dirty South Rock 03:27 Tools
Glimpse Into New America 02:49 Tools
Our Nation 03:53 Tools
Attack of the Average Man 02:49 Tools
Rage Hero 02:04 Tools
Wake Up 03:08 Tools
Noose Around Hip hop 04:10 Tools
Let My Tape Rock 03:01 Tools
Punk Rocker 02:58 Tools
Vice 02:43 Tools
BangBangBang 02:40 Tools
silent weapons 03:21 Tools
2 Pistols Freestyle 02:23 Tools
Wish You Were Here 04:06 Tools
Get Up Get Down (Red Light) 03:12 Tools
Candy Black 01:49 Tools
What we think about you 02:47 Tools
Fooleywayne 03:52 Tools
Spray Painting Clouds 03:23 Tools
Something Wrong With These Hoes 03:30 Tools
Children 03:23 Tools
Tainted Love 03:22 Tools
Sucker 02:22 Tools
Legend Heaven 03:01 Tools
Days Move On 04:00 Tools
Violence in Video games 04:01 Tools
Gospel of G-Rock 02:48 Tools
Lights Out 03:51 Tools
Streets Love Me 02:01 Tools
Power of Women 04:05 Tools
Gangstas & Thugs 02:42 Tools
Hip Hop Held Hostage 05:21 Tools
Money Stacks 01:22 Tools
Black Punk Rocker 01:26 Tools
Rudeboy Rockstar 02:52 Tools
Jack 4 Beats 02:45 Tools
Bad Bitch Freestyle 01:29 Tools
In My Hands 03:20 Tools
La La la La 02:58 Tools
Paper 01:09 Tools
Enter The Dragon 01:54 Tools
Cell Phone Hoes 02:56 Tools
Da Man In My City (Edit) 01:25 Tools
Independent Freestyle 02:06 Tools
White Girl Freestyle 01:37 Tools
Can't Feel My Face 03:25 Tools
My Drink and My Swisha 01:56 Tools
Bounce 00:53 Tools
Get it 02:03 Tools
Intro 01:27 Tools
Ghetto Ambience 03:34 Tools
04 - Paper 01:09 Tools
Lunch Money 04:26 Tools
Dirty South Rock - O.G. Ron C Mix 04:20 Tools
01 - Intro - Gangsta Rock Mixtape 01:09 Tools
Dirty South Rock - Clean 03:28 Tools
06 - Get It 03:28 Tools
12 - Bounce 00:53 Tools
Preface 01:11 Tools
Intro - Gangsta Rock Mixtape 01:27 Tools
Beam Me Up 04:12 Tools
---------- Gangsta' Rock Mixtape Below----- 04:12 Tools
Bullet 03:34 Tools
Ghetto Ambiance [Explicit] 03:34 Tools
Intro (gangsta rock) 03:34 Tools
Dirty South Rock [clean] 03:26 Tools
Sleeping Giants [Explicit] 03:35 Tools
B-Boy Stance 03:07 Tools
We Still Popular [Explicit] 03:53 Tools
Conversation With Hip Hop 03:53 Tools
Glimpse into America 03:09 Tools
Punk Rocker (Mixtape Coming Soon) 03:09 Tools
Higher & Higher 03:15 Tools
Grudge [Explicit] 03:15 Tools
Beam Me Up Scotty [Explicit] 04:12 Tools
Sumtin Wrong wit these hoes 03:31 Tools
Dirty South Rock [O.G. Ron C mix] 03:31 Tools
Man In My City [Explicit] 03:51 Tools
2 Pistols 03:51 Tools
A Conversation With Hip Hop [Explicit] 03:49 Tools
The Worlds Stage [Explicit] 03:49 Tools
Section 8 [Explicit] 03:49 Tools
Dirty South Rock - mastered 03:28 Tools
Candy Black (Feat. Chino Moreno) 01:49 Tools
System Overload [Explicit] 03:28 Tools
Hyro - 2 Pistols 03:28 Tools
Let Me Tape Rock 01:49 Tools
Fuck You (Say It To Your Face) [Explicit] 01:49 Tools
hyro da hero - belo horizonte 01:49 Tools
Devil In Disguise 01:49 Tools
Fooley Wayne 01:49 Tools
Gangsta Rock Mixtape 01:49 Tools
Live Your Fuckin Life 01:49 Tools
We Ain't Afraid 01:49 Tools
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Hyro da Hero doesn't have to front. The Houston-born, Los Angeles-based rapper has a vision for music. It doesn't include flavor-of-the-week ringtones and absurd novelty dances. It has nothing to do with pre-packaged Hollywood pretense or fluffed and folded egos. Much to the contrary, Hyro's vision involves real rhymes about real life, music with a message, buoyant, bombastic beats and daggers shot right between the eyes of every fake MC on the scene. Hyro isn't afraid to tell it like it is. He'll call your favorite rapper out in one track, and then he'll shine some light on a major social problem in another. However, he's also apt to get the club bouncing with a grit and gusto that's classy and chock full of swagger. Hyro touched down in Los Angeles in November 2007, and he's been silently plotting his hip hop infiltration. It started when he released his first mixtape on Christmas Eve 2007, entitled Gangsta Rock, exclusively as a free download via iLike.com. The album went on to be downloaded in excess of 150,000 times by fans worldwide. One cut, "Noose Around Hip Hop" called out the so-called "Rap royalty" for overlooking social tragedies. The track illustrated a socially conscious side of Hyro's that has only become more prominent in his new material. However, he can still spit a hilarious and incisive line without breaking a sweat, like on "B Boy Stance." Supporting Gangsta Rock, Hyro proceeded to tour the U.S. and Canada with West Coast rap legends Tha Alkaholiks. Hyro was direct support to Ill Niño in Brazil and Argentina. He's played shows alongside 50 Cent, Deftones, Staind, Lo Pro, Chevelle, Halestorm, The Used, Hatebreed, Suicide Silence, Taking Back Sunday, Bone Thugs & Harmony, Tha Alkaholiks, DJ Quik and many others. "The live show is more important than anything," Hyro exclaims. "For me, getting in front of a crowd and communicating with the fans is what I was born to do. If you can't connect with your fans, you've got nothing. There's never a show where I don't give 200 percent." The fans have responded, and Hyro's become a veritable presence on MySpace.com, Orkut.com and Facebook.com. His music's been prominently distributed on mixtape hub Datpiff.com, in addition to being traded by fans all over torrent and warez sites. The critics have also spoken. Alternative Press named Hyro Da Hero One of the 100 Bands You Need to Know in 2009. Tastemaker blog My Old Kentucky has lauded him on a few occasions, and he's been featured on music destinations ranging from ARTISTdirect.com to Absolutepunk.net and Blabbermouth.net. However, the music has only gotten fiercer. In August 2008, Hyro dropped his second album, once again exclusively via iLike.com, entitled Rock N Roll Gangsta. Downloads have already exceeded 120,000 and counting. The album was solemnly dedicated to the memory of Ryan Patrick Halligan, a young boy who succumbed to the pressures of online bullying and tragically committed suicide. Hyro's poignant and powerful "Children" serves as a fitting eulogy, and it's been appropriated by Ryan's parents on their web site. In addition, Rock N Roll Gangsta brandished the explosive "Glimpse Into New America" and "Get Up Get Down." Rock N Roll Gangsta was just the beginning," says Hyro. "The shit that I'm writing with my band is on another level. It's hip hop like you've never heard. Think of it like Ian MacKaye meeting Tupac at the end of the world—we're on some revolution shit." Right now, Hyro’s finishing up his latest CD, Belo Horizonte, which will be released exclusively via HyroDaHero.com in Autumn 2009. Hyro introduces us to “Dirty South Rock,” the lead single on Belo Horizonte which was produced by Fred Archambault (Avenged Sevenfold). “That song is the perfect blend of rap and rock and what I am trying to do with my music,” says Hyro. “The hood loves it and rockers love it.” With a smile he laughs, "Be ready, because it's only the beginning." Hyro's about to wake the whole fucking game up, are you prepared? – Rick Florino Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.