Vengeancia (updated January 2014) “In 2002, six people came together with one common goal: To introduce a style of music that was not only extremely entertaining to listen to but unique in such a way that it would grab everyone’s attention no matter what genre of music they preferred. Success was achieved for this goal in the form of Property Six…
“Based out of Phoenix, Arizona, the original “six” came together and forged a path through the scene that, later on, other local acts would begin to emulate. With the release of their first album “For Sale,” Property Six began to create a huge name for themselves by playing with national hip-hop and rock acts such as Curtis Blow, 2LiveCrew, hed(p.e.), Hot Action Cop, KRS ONE, Kingspade, Mower, The Bullet Boys, Digital Underground and many more. Property Six then began a 42 city tour with Arizona phenoms The Phunk Junkeez and gained further recognition nationwide for their unique performance and sound.
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“Success came again in 2006 when Property Six released their second full-length album entitled “Stop the Press.” This album set a new standard in the crossover genre by blending elements of hardcore rap, alternative, hip-hop and rock. With moving lyrics, fantastic melodies, and a stage presence that is unbeatable, Property Six took Phoenix by storm with “Stop the Press.” The music video for the album’s title track was then produced in mid 2006 and drew even more attention to Property Six by showcasing government and media corruption.
“In late 2008, Property Six signed a distribution deal for “Stop the Press” with Latin Thug Records & Koch Distribution. This contract was ushered to Property Six by none other than “the godfather of latin hip-hop” himself, Mellow Man Ace. Property Six was very privileged to record a track with Mellow Man Ace that will be released on a compilation album featuring independent artists and performers from all around the globe entitled “Mellow Man Ace Presents: La Familia.” Latin Thug Records has produced albums for the Reyes’ Bros. (Mellow Man Ace and his brother Sen-Dog of Cypress Hill), B-Real of Cypress Hill, FredWreck and Pachecos.
Formed in 1986 by Louis “B-Real” Freese, Lawrence “DJ Muggs” Muggerud and Senen “Sen Dog” Reyes, Cypress Hill emerged from the predominantly Mexican-American community of South Gate, California to become Latino hip hop’s first true superstar outfit. Despite being the first Latino rap group to go platinum, Cypress Hill is best known for helping marijuana go mainstream and introducing rock audiences to hip hop.
Property Six headlined at the 3rd Annual Smoke Phatties Day event, Saturday, March 13, 2010, presented by All American Artist Agency.
Musicians for Freedom interviewed drummer Josh Irino in early 2010, and he noted that he and others in the band were huge supporters of Congressman (TX) Ron Paul during his presidential bid in 2008. Josh mentioned that he’s a fan of broadcaster Alex Jones and the truth and freedom movement in general. “Best of luck” to the band; see you out there!