Brooklyn’s Elite Music Depicts The Full Landscape


When it comes to being musically inclined, Brooklyn’s Elite is becoming a known presence in the music business and is making a name for themselves. From innovative and vanguard lyrics to impactful performances and styles, the music’s speaking for itself and people are listening. Don’t sleep on Brooklyn’s Elite because the musicians might just have something ready for release that’s purely unexpected.

“As two childhood friends that grew up in a very hostile Brownsville, Brooklyn neighborhood, we found ourselves like many others being forced to survive in it or find a way to get out. Through our trials and tribulations, we decided to use music as our form of expression to depict the full landscape of people and situations of not only our hood, but those that hoods throughout the country have to contend with,” Dex & Sick Mac explain. Their music is resonating with listeners. In the first week when Brooklyn’s Elite song titled “Do It Biggie” was released, it hit 2,500 views on YouTube and 10K on Worldstar Hip Hop in four days.

Currently the duo is working on few for more tracks to finish up their EP by end up of the year. In the meantime Brooklyn’s Elite is making guest appearance in local lounges and strip clubs throughout the tri-states to get the clubs familiar with their music. Dex & Sick Mac are still pushing their two singles “Do it Biggie” and “Balmain” to get radio spins on Hot 97 and Power 105.1.

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