A French hip-hop group 5. A Lithuanian experimental/industrial band. 6. A melodic rock band from USA 1. PM is a unique combination of rapper and songwriter.
He has a distinctive approach to hip-hop music which balances the southern energy, lyricism and mainstream sensibility. His music is a universal brand of rap, accessible to urban and pop audiences alike. PM has a loud regional buzz capturing the attention of Kanye West, Missy, DJ Khaled and a number of established artists. He has contributed songs to Kanye’s latest mixtape (Can’t Tell Me Nothing) and recorded tracks with Kanye for his album.
PM was featured on DJ Khaled first album (Listennn… the album) and has diverse features on singles for R&B songstress, Tamia and reggae sensation, Richie Spice. PM is a hip-hop artist with a creative, accessible twist. His musical maturity positions him among the pop/mainstream realms without losing the core hip-hop fans. Live instrumentation is infused into his music without losing that grimy club essence.
His sound is a delicate balance of street bangers and an organic, creative music. His approach will expand his credibility and establish PM as “more than a rapper” but an artist. Clever and insightful songwriting, creative arrangements and complex instrumentation is stressed. 2. PM is an Italian DJ, making digital mixes as a hobby since 2004.
Almost all of his mixes are all downloadable for free on his website. The sound is different for each of his mixes series, although all of them are basically subgenres of Trance music: "Voices from Heaven": Hands Up, Euro Trance, Vocal Trance. Started in 2004. "Dream Melodies": Epic Trance, Uplifting Trance, Hard Trance. Started in 2004. "Santorini Waves": Balearic Trance, Progressive Trance, Uplifting Trance.
Started in 2007. "Nocte Borealis": Vocal Trance, Progressive Trance, Tech Trance. Started in 2009. 3. Carl Palmer (Emerson, Lake & Palmer) formed his own band, PM, for which he recruited vocalist Todd Cochran from the band Automatic Man and blues guitarist John Nitzinger (Alice Cooper, Nitzinger), along with Erik Scott and Barry Finnerty. The band, an attempt at Top 40-style rock, released one album, entitled 1: PM, which was released in 1980 in Europe only.
Success eluded the album and the band, which broke up shortly thereafter. 4. Hip-hop trio from the Parisian suburbs who released one album, 'Les Petits Chefs', in 2000. Their storming single 'Les P'tits Chefs' was picked up by French station Radio Nova, given heavy rotation and re-released the following year but failed to cross over... Read more on Last.fm.
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