Music is not what you do, it is who you are. CitySliq, founded in 2009, began as an independent instrument for the artist, Jermaine Hall, better known as “Im Jae Hall” with founding members Christian “Sean” Suddin, Stefan Annakie, and Christopher “Chase” Cassanova, it is now however, that bridge built from the ground up that allows inner thoughts of CitySliq to be carried out to their audiences on the other end of the passage. These self proclaimed artist, although not all performers, paint pictures as a team, using the lyrics of Hall as their medium. With all members having been born and raised in Bronx, New York, the place where Hip-Hop is believed to have been originated, CitySliq beyond doubt represents the true meaning of music.
CitySliq is in fact a unique, one of a kind group with a collection of young, motivated men that has come together as one to not only reform the spectrum of today’s music but bring back the originality of what music once was. It is an idiomatic expression for someone accustomed to a city or urban lifestyle and inapt to life in the country which stops creativity and all freedom of music. With all members being placed in that unsuitable environment, they have collectively joined services to create genuine beats, networking, collaborations and most importantly, music. Their music is what feelings sound like and when it hits you, you feel no pain. It is not just music, it is lifestyle. CitySliq strongly believes to always support their music because there isn’t a day where their music doesn’t support you.
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