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Rap duo Whyte Noyze to release sophomore EP March 4 with party at Trees ft. Mickey Avalon‏

Dallas-based group Whyte Noyze is proud to announce the release of their sophomore EP, “Whyte Rhodes” on Sunday, March 4 in the form of a single release show at Trees in Dallas. With Mickey Avalon headlining the evening, the release show will feature performances by MTV VJ-turned-rapper and comedian Dirt Nasty, Whyte Noyze, Boomcox and J-Roll. Tickets for the show are $21 and can be purchased in advance by contacting thewhytenoyze@gmail.com. Doors are set to open at 7 p.m.  with the first act hitting the stage at 8 p.m. The EP will be available for purchase on Friday, March 4 before the show.Trees is located at 2709 Elm St, Dallas, TX 75226.

Part of the #facelessarmy, an identity-less group of like-minded artists and forward thinkers, Dallas-based rap duo Whyte Noyze aims to sift through the nonsense by expressing thoughts and ideas that many feel are taboo. Insisting that the world is at a crossroads, the duo seeks to use their music and art as a platform of unabashed rawness and truth. The result is lyrical debauchery at its finest. Following a successful debut release titled “Assassination City” last September, the anonymous group has been building buzz and garnering media attention due to their often controversial and politically-charged lyrics. Inspired by acts like Wu-Tang, Cypress Hill, Eminem, Rage Against the Machine, and Dr. Dre, the EP provides listeners with a fresh take on old school hip-hop.

“We feel as if we are at a precipice in human evolution. What happens in the next six to eight months or one to two years, will shape the lives of our generation,” said Noyze. “We need everyone to wake the f*** up. With ‘Whyte Rhodes’ we’re delivering similar messages as in our debut EP, but increasing our fire power.”

After a chance meeting with “Whyte Rhodes” producer J. Rhodes while rehearsing with local rap stars featured on their last album, Paris Pershun (formerly of A.Dd+), Jay Fresh, TS and -topic, the duo found their musical match. Rhodes’ production expertise is perfectly complemented on the new EP with the group’s lyrical content, delivery and approach. Recorded at Rhodes’ personal studio inside Rockit Lab in Deep Ellum, the group’s sophomore EP features Grammy Award-winning rapper Layzie Bone of Bone Thugs in Harmony, Dallas Observer Music Awards-winning artist Bobby Sessions, local rappers KoolQuise and iQmuzic and local female LGBT emcee/rapper Alsace Carcione.

“After hooking up with J. Rhodes, we knew we needed to enlist an international rap icon,” said Noyze. “Layzie Bone was gracious enough to lace us with a track after hearing the high-quality production value of the song.”

Written entirely by the duo behind Whyte Noyze, the EP was mixed and mastered by Rhodes as well. “Whyte Rhodes” takes a different turn than the group’s debut release. After their introduction to the world, the duo looks forward taking their message and delivery a step further and introducing it to a whole new sound.

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