Firme y Paciente
When you think of Latin Hip Hop from the DMV (DC, MD, VA) one name comes to peoples mind...Cero/Ceromundo. When major Hip Hop artists (Redman, Rick Ross, KRS-1, TPain) come to DC to record or promote their album they go to Listen Vision (owned by P-Cutta from Street Wars mixtapes) and Dj Boom (production credits Mobb Deep, Jay-Z, Ghostface, Krs-1). So when these two powerheads combine they bring you a classic album for all music fans. The first single 'Spanglish Ebonics' has a video on youtube and is a tribute to Big L's Ebonics track. 'Mi Diario' should be in the Guiness book for the first Cumbia mix with Go-Go and Hip Hop. 'Don Monstro Pt 1' is a grimey track that names every major artist in the Urban Latin genre. 'No Se Duerma' is a upbeat party track which translates to do not sleep. 'Part En El Pueblo' is an anthem to Colombia and it's treasures. 'Let it Go' is a romantic party track telling a female that she should'nt worry about money. 'Kestan Haciendo' is a track that asks what are you doing to make things happen. 'El Medio is the Message' is about the esoteric agenda and secret societies. Firme, Paciente features Medellins most famous rap group La Clika, Cero's first verse was written before he was locked up and his second verse was written while he in incarceration. 'Palasquesea' is club/party track about having fun and going with the flow. Dejame Volar is Cero's favorite track from the album it's about wanting to fly away. 'Perdoname Madre Mia' is a song for his mother and god and was written while Cero was in incarceration. The album also includes 4 bonus tracks which were produced by Virginia's power house producer/ remixer Max Methods (Lil Wayne, Brittany Spears). Mellow Man Ace, the Godfather of Latin rap, is featured on 'Recognize' and Dshon, one of Miami's hottest underground rappers colaborates on 'Esto Ta Pesado'.