Ralph Franco, is a song writer, composer, sound engineer, programmer, and producer, born and raised in Miami Florida. Being fascinated with music, he decided to experiment in the recording of his own musical ideas. In 1987 he began his journey in the learning of song writing, production, and record making. By then he had written (You and Me Baby) by: Precious, an HHH Record release, (Don’t Turn Away) by: Black Pearl, a Rude Records release, (My Body Needs Your Touch) by: Teri, a Joey Boy Records release. (Stop Playing With My Heart) by: Hot 2 Trot, a Bayside records release. (What I Want) by: Bit Fancy, a Platt records release.
Get ready cause it’s that time of year again. Memorial Day Weekend and the notorious Urban Beach Week.
Nothing gets Miami more ready for the summer than Memorial Day weekend where ten’s and thousands of visitors from all over the world travel to Miami to drink, dance and celebrate all the glits and glamour that only the heat of Miami can offer. The Urban Beach Week is one of the biggest Urban Festivals worldwide. The events and parties cater toward the Hip Hop Generation from 21 and over. An estimated 300,000-350,000 participants travel to South Beach for a weekend of fun, food, festivities, entertainment, music and more.
EDM Rap artist Primo Cruz has crafted a world, where society is in despair and music is the key to the kingdom.
The post dreary landscape and nomadic lifestyle of the post-apocalypse world has been brought to life by hip hop director Antwan Smith who has worked on videos for artists like, Rick Ross, Nicki Minaj, Chris Brown, Flo Rida, Cam'ron, and countless others.
Oba Frank Lords produced the new song “Don’t Try To Hide” by Primo Cruz featuring vocalist Liz Primo. The song is an over-the-top, club thumping, anthem that hits you like a bulldozer with it’s pounding EDM electro beat.
The Nomadic style visuals of the video give the infectious club anthem, a very surreal and nightmare-style look. The sight of Primo Cruz in black chained leather pants, shoulder pads, mile-long spiked hair and a gore-inspired mask... keeps the viewer intrigued while watching Primo Cruz rap along his post-modern songstress Liz Primo, who was inspired by the Mad Max- Beyond Thunderdome look.
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