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The Official 2014 EPK of

Mic Blaque

"Make music to change the world, not to fit the status quo." -Mic Blaque

Artist Profile
Name: Michael Black PKA: Mic Blaque Official Links Influences Bob Marley, Gil Scott-Heron, Nas, Spike Lee, Jay Z, Krs-One, Kanye West, Curtis Mayfield, Lauryn Hill, A Tribe Called Quest and Pharrell Williams Performed At Long Island College (LIU), Wilmington University, Penn State University, The Wagon Boutique, DreamOn Festival in Pittsburgh, PA, Boys and Girls High School, Public Assembly and Southpaw Artists Opened For Meek Mill, The Last Poet, Smoke DZA, M.O.P., General Steele of Smif-n-Wessun, The Foreign Exchange and Joey Bada$$

About Mic Blaque

Engineer, musician and song writer, Mic Blaque reigns from Brooklyn, NY, the birthplace of Hip Hop’s most notable veterans including Biggie Smalls, Jay Z, Mos Def and Fabolous. He has been featured in Underground Magazine, HHH Magazine and Rep Your Borough Magazine’s ‘Leaders of Tomorrow’ section. In addition, Mic Blaque has performed at Penn State University opening for The Last Poets, New York University and Wilmington University as part of a college tour. One of his latest achievements includes his recent opening act performance for The Foreign Exchange. He has also opened for one of Hip Hop’s newest, Meek Mill of Maybach Music Group, Joey Badass of Pro Era and the legendary duo M.O.P. at South Paw in Brooklyn. Mic Blaque has also, worked with General Steele of Smif-n-Wessun and Umi RBG from Dead Prez. Other major accomplishments include receiving airtime with Hip Hop’s top radio stations Hot 97 and Power 105.1. Mic Blaque draws his inspiration from Gil Scott-Heron, Curtis Mayfield and Bob Marley. His versatility is what sets him apart from other rappers within the music industry. When he first began rapping, he knew early on that he didn’t want to fall into the same category as many other Hip Hop artists, who only rap about drugs, guns and money. He wanted to create music that would promote change and create awareness about real issues life puts fourth. Through expression, creativity and art, he touches on subjects such as poverty, empowerment of people, and societal issues that most rappers are too afraid to talk about.

Media & Press Contact MoNae Mayweather Phone: (347) 585 – 2774 E-mail:

BROOKLYN, NEW YORK – January 28, 2014 "Respect The Cool" is about Mic Blaque taking the ultimate risk as an artist to bring something new to the world of music and breaking out of the box that Hip Hop artists often get placed into. Mic Blaque follows that natural creative instinct without any worries of everyone accepting it. The EP has been produced by a variation of different producers such as, DJ Semaj, Blak Mic, JayNotez Beats, EL- S Beats, Coach of D.O.P.E. and A.D. Liles for Grade A Productions. It will be available for free or donation on Mic's newly launched website The first single off "Respect The Cool" is "The Art, The Cool". The single sums up the EP as a whole, from the sound to concept, it gives you a well rounded idea what "Respect The Cool" is about. "The Art, The Cool" overall is full of wordplay and cleaver lyrics to prepare the listeners for the rest of the project. The second single off "Respect The Cool" is "Inspiration". This single breaks down how sometimes as an up and coming artist, you get so inspired to the point it's hard to get rest when you know there's work to be done. In addition to "The Art, The Cool" and "Inspiration", other tracks off "Respect The Cool" will include "Kings", "Oil Painting", "Vehicle Music", "Hotel Sunset", "New York City Part 2", and "Powerless". "Respect The Cool" is sure to inspire you to follow your heart and never to give up on your dreams. Booking & Press Contact Alex Reynoso Phone: (347) 760-2065 E-mail: