He headed to New York where a few good connections lead him to doing tracks with such famed producers as DJ Lethal (House Of Pain, Limp Bizkit) and Rahiem (Grandmaster Flash). But it was at the famed Rock Steady Crews 25th Anniversary where a chance meeting with the legendary Guru of Gangstarr started to get the ball rolling. Within days they were in the studio laying down what would become Never Ending Saga for Gurus Baldhead Slick album that also featured the likes of Ice-T, Killa Priest, DJ Premier and Pete Rock. Bless toured this album as Gurus hype man and got to see the world in turn.
Bless featured in the 2004 video game, Def Jam: Fight For NY. 2) Bless: Icelandic band (ca 1988-1991) that released the "Melting" EP in 1989 and "Gums" LP in 1990. Björk does backing vocals on two songs on "Gums". The band was led by Dr. Gunni (aka Gunnar Hjálmarsson), who had formerly been in S.H.
Draumur and later formed Unun with ex-Sugarcube Þór Eldon. 3) Bénédicte Bless : French songwriter, 1 album "Bless" (Because Music) in 2006, 4) Bless a hip hop artist signed to Camp Inc. Records. Bless is set to release "Closure" in June 5) Bless: A Latvian MC 6) Bless: A christian and bolivian band from the city of Santa Cruz. Their first album was made on 2012 with the title "Ven Ahora". 7) Bless is a Brooklyn based artist who currently wrapped her first album entitled "No Need for Privacy".
The album was released June 2012. Though her first album, it is in no way her first experience with music. She has traveled the States and Europe performing and gaining experience and recognition. Bless has experimented with different styles ranging from Electronic to Drum and Bass and back.
She found a solace in Trip-Hop and her sound encompasses the roots of Jazz, Bass, and Eclectic. With songs like "I Love You" and "Smile" selling big in Europe (Sweden, Norway, Germany) India and around the world, she is establishing her sound in the music community. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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