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About Mob Royalle

Born Mark Anthony Jones, Mob Royalle is a multi-faceted musician, author and visual artist. Coming from a lifelong music theory background, he spent his younger years as a guitarist/singer-songwriter, specializing in acoustic rock and choral music. At age 14, he began producing electronic instrumentals and dabbling in screenplays. At 18 he started performing hip hop as a solo act under the moniker Mob Royalle. Performing throughout the Northwest, Mob gained recognition and respect as one of the premiere artists in the local hip hop scene. In addition to traditional hip hop shows, Mob Royalle has participated in charitable functions ranging from NAACP-sponsored events, to school events for raising the awareness of human trafficking, to managing an annual hip hop festival on the steps of the Oregon State capitol building. In 2009 he joined forces with female emcee KriStyle and they began touring as a hip hop duo named MobStyle (Mob Royalle + KriStyle). They gained rapport with venues and crowds in Oregon Washington and California, and built an international fan base online. Shortly thereafter, they co-founded their multi-media company Evil Genius Creations. “I have good things to say that people may or may not have heard before. But most do not agree to listen unless you can entertain them at the same time. So in my music you’ll find street bangers, raw anthems, and party songs, all mixed in with the underlying intellectual and overall revolutionary content,” Mob states. RELEASES In October 2014 MobStyle released a 10-track debut, The Evil Genius EP. This release primarily focused on hip hop in its style and delivery, though it dabbled in other influences. The lead single off the project, Who I Am, is a song about individuality and self-knowledge. It was paired with a music video showcasing a planned rally and march, peopled with locals – all protesting the need to conform to societal norms. In September 2015 they released their single 4Ever Dangerous, featuring Luckyiam of The Living Legends, and Lana Shea (Luck&Lana). This single was well received, as it artfully blends fast-spitting lyricism and epic harmonies with an EDM/Dub step-inspired instrumental. The song was accompanied with a music video in the style of the Scooby Doo cartoons, sponsored by The Holistic Choice dispensary in Salem Oregon. On March 25th 2016, MobStyle released their first full-length LP, Mythology. They commissioned metal/punk drummer Matt Miller to be featured on 8 songs off of the album. In addition to this, Mob began bringing his guitar work back into the music, the new project took on more of a band sound. They now explore music outside of hip hop so much, that fans and critics alike hesitate to label the duo as any genre. Though hip hop is the immediately recognizable core, there are comparable levels of influence from many rock-related styles. Also well-represented in their current sound are reggae, world, film score music and tribal music. Mythology is a concept album that best represents the complex influences of the MobStyle’s sound and delivery. The project chronicles a pseudo-allegorical tale of tyranny and revolution, independence and community, and the holistic advancement of the common person and the entire human race. Currently, Mob Royalle is working on a free solo project titled, The Spectrum Tape. This will be another concept project and it is scheduled to be released in Summer of 2017. Mob Royalle combines the rawness of the streets with the sophistication and intelligence of philosophers. Self-made beats are progressive and epic. ENJOY!
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Experimental, Hardcore, Hip-hop, Rap, Punk, International, Hip Hop, World

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About Mob Royalle

Born Mark Anthony Jones, Mob Royalle is a multi-faceted musician, author and visual artist. Coming from a lifelong music theory background, he spent his younger years as a guitarist/singer-songwriter, specializing in acoustic rock and choral music. At age 14, he began producing electronic instrumentals and dabbling in screenplays. At 18 he started performing hip hop as a solo act under the moniker Mob Royalle. Performing throughout the Northwest, Mob gained recognition and respect as one of the premiere artists in the local hip hop scene. In addition to traditional hip hop shows, Mob Royalle has participated in charitable functions ranging from NAACP-sponsored events, to school events for raising the awareness of human trafficking, to managing an annual hip hop festival on the steps of the Oregon State capitol building. In 2009 he joined forces with female emcee KriStyle and they began touring as a hip hop duo named MobStyle (Mob Royalle + KriStyle). They gained rapport with venues and crowds in Oregon Washington and California, and built an international fan base online. Shortly thereafter, they co-founded their multi-media company Evil Genius Creations. “I have good things to say that people may or may not have heard before. But most do not agree to listen unless you can entertain them at the same time. So in my music you’ll find street bangers, raw anthems, and party songs, all mixed in with the underlying intellectual and overall revolutionary content,” Mob states. RELEASES In October 2014 MobStyle released a 10-track debut, The Evil Genius EP. This release primarily focused on hip hop in its style and delivery, though it dabbled in other influences. The lead single off the project, Who I Am, is a song about individuality and self-knowledge. It was paired with a music video showcasing a planned rally and march, peopled with locals – all protesting the need to conform to societal norms. In September 2015 they released their single 4Ever Dangerous, featuring Luckyiam of The Living Legends, and Lana Shea (Luck&Lana). This single was well received, as it artfully blends fast-spitting lyricism and epic harmonies with an EDM/Dub step-inspired instrumental. The song was accompanied with a music video in the style of the Scooby Doo cartoons, sponsored by The Holistic Choice dispensary in Salem Oregon. On March 25th 2016, MobStyle released their first full-length LP, Mythology. They commissioned metal/punk drummer Matt Miller to be featured on 8 songs off of the album. In addition to this, Mob began bringing his guitar work back into the music, the new project took on more of a band sound. They now explore music outside of hip hop so much, that fans and critics alike hesitate to label the duo as any genre. Though hip hop is the immediately recognizable core, there are comparable levels of influence from many rock-related styles. Also well-represented in their current sound are reggae, world, film score music and tribal music. Mythology is a concept album that best represents the complex influences of the MobStyle’s sound and delivery. The project chronicles a pseudo-allegorical tale of tyranny and revolution, independence and community, and the holistic advancement of the common person and the entire human race. Currently, Mob Royalle is working on a free solo project titled, The Spectrum Tape. This will be another concept project and it is scheduled to be released in Summer of 2017. Mob Royalle combines the rawness of the streets with the sophistication and intelligence of philosophers. Self-made beats are progressive and epic. ENJOY!
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Genres:
Experimental, Hardcore, Hip-hop, Rap, Punk, International, Hip Hop, World

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