Thursday, May 26, 2016

Springfield hip-hop artists inspire community


Two hip-hop artists are using music to turn their life and community around in Springfield.

www.wcax.com    




14 comments :

  1. I couldn't be happier and prouder to be from Springfield when I read posts and watch videos like this. These guys are a gift to our community.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Right up there with "Home of The Simpsons"!!!

      Delete
    2. Such low standards you must have for your town.

      Delete
  2. They're turning Springfield around alright - and around and around and around as it circles the toilet bowl.

    ReplyDelete
  3. They shouldn't hesitate a moment and leave for LA now! Their talent is being wasted here.

    ReplyDelete
  4. I watched their video - and while I'm not a rap fan, I thought it was really well done. The only negatives that I can see, are the fully expected sarcastic replies found here, ad nauseum. It's been said so many times, it isn't even remotely amusing. Someone tries to do good, same couple of people got to try and knock them down....with that stupid toilet bowl comment...so much for "keep your comments polite"

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Another "intolerant" believer in Pixie Dust and Unicorns heard from. Apparently freedom of speech and pragmatism are too harsh for their sensitive eyes.

      Delete
  5. If you like drugs and prison this is the town you want to be in and the music you want to listen to..
    Music for the people who live here

    ReplyDelete
  6. Good luck but it would be great if you advertised promoting all "Types" of music. I am sure you would entertain working with Country and Western as well as Gospel. Maybe even some good old 70's rock and roll.

    ReplyDelete
  7. The people who commented negative thoughts, YOU are the problem in this country. Why can't people simply be happy for others and be happy that some people are actually following their dreams? Oh, yes, because you're unhappy in your own pathetic life. Your negative comments will only make them want to rise higher and higher. "If you like drugs and prison this is the town you want to be in." REALLY? Drugs and prisons are everywhere so open your eyes and stop being so ignorant. - PAIGE PARKER

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Many of us have seen the systematic destruction of Springfield. Building a prison here has certainly aided in the destruction of the town. If you build it(a prison) they will come. And come they did; criminals, dysfunctional families, free loaders, scam artists, psychos, bank robbers, druggies, gangsters, etc. Glorifying prison life and the clowns incarcerated there is idiotic and destructive to society. Unlike Springfield most towns are smart enough not to allow a prison to be built in their backyard. Its OK for people to voice their opinions be they negative or positive. It is not OK to jump people with "politically correct" self-serving garbage and call them pathetic just because they have seen the destruction and unlike you would like it to stop. Stop telling people that only the "politically correct" clowns are actually following their dreams. The problem with this country is too many liberal freaks who can't tolerate free speech that is counter to their liberal omni-destructive ways.

      Delete
  8. You people that comment these sickening comments out of poor taste should really learn to not comment anything at all if it's not going to be positive or important. These are two guys I have known for years and am lucky enough to call my friends.I know they have family and work very hard to support them along with our community and the passion for what they love. In return we get the love back from them through there beats and lyrics. I know they put there blood, sweat and tears into all the work and music they have put out. To come as far as they have in this town is truly amazing and an inspiration to so many of us who are lucky enough to not only know the master minds behind Cause and Effect but to be on a personal level with them as well. Now they opened a nice studio in Springfield, VT that they put alot of work into called So802. The whole time they were nice enough to post the work being accomplished online. Stuff like this keeps being involved and shows the hard work and dedication being put in. Also it's fun for all of us to watch and be able to keep up with the progress. The same with Brad Vazy spending his extra time to share his recording sessions with us. For these two to do this in there personal time is alot of hard work that people like you who make such comments probably know nothing about. These two have contributed soo much of there time and work to the Community that I know it almost got to be to much at times. As you see there still here recording, standing tall and going know where. The best part is the Studio just opening, which means we have so much more ahead to come. For many of us that is exciting and once again inspiring. I'm sorry for those of you who are close minded to the hard work some put in. You would think at the least you could keep your comments to yourself but clearly you have nothing better to do with your time or maybe it's just the Fact that deep down your just Jealous Haters. #So802

    ReplyDelete
  9. You people that comment these sickening comments out of poor taste should really learn to not comment anything at all if it's not going to be positive or important. These are two guys I have known for years and am lucky enough to call my friends.I know they have family and work very hard to support them along with our community and the passion for what they love. In return we get the love back from them through there beats and lyrics. I know they put there blood, sweat and tears into all the work and music they have put out. To come as far as they have in this town is truly amazing and an inspiration to so many of us who are lucky enough to not only know the master minds behind Cause and Effect but to be on a personal level with them as well. Now they opened a nice studio in Springfield, VT that they put alot of work into called So802. The whole time they were nice enough to post the work being accomplished online. Stuff like this keeps being involved and shows the hard work and dedication being put in. Also it's fun for all of us to watch and be able to keep up with the progress. The same with Brad Vazy spending his extra time to share his recording sessions with us. For these two to do this in there personal time is alot of hard work that people like you who make such comments probably know nothing about. These two have contributed soo much of there time and work to the Community that I know it almost got to be to much at times. As you see there still here recording, standing tall and going know where. The best part is the Studio just opening, which means we have so much more ahead to come. For many of us that is exciting and once again inspiring. I'm sorry for those of you who are close minded to the hard work some put in. You would think at the least you could keep your comments to yourself but clearly you have nothing better to do with your time or maybe it's just the Fact that deep down your just Jealous Haters. #So802

    ReplyDelete
  10. My names Brad Veysey my number is 802-376-6980 anybody that has any questions concerns disputes or ideas call me and I will be happy to tell you the details of exactly what we do we do a lot more than hip-hop that's just the genre that we make I am also a producer who produces every genre known to man if you think I can't make it come to the studio book some time and try to prove me wrong

    ReplyDelete


Please keep your comments polite and on-topic.

Video:   Comtu Falls upstream

R E C E N T . . . C O M M E N T S

Springfield Vermont News is an ongoing zero-income volunteer hyperlocal news gathering project. No paid advertising is accepted on this site but any Springfield business willing to place a link to this news blog on their site will be considered for a free ad here. Businesses, organizations and individuals may submit write-ups and photos about any positive happenings here in Springfield that they are associated with and would be deemed newsworthy. Email the Editor at ed44vt@gmail.com.

Privacy statement: This blog does not share personal information with third parties nor do we store any information about your visit to this blog other than to analyze and optimize your content and reading experience through the use of cookies. You can turn off the use of cookies at anytime by changing your specific browser settings. We are not responsible for republished content from this blog on other blogs or websites without our permission. This privacy policy is subject to change without notice and was last updated on January 1, 2017. If you have any questions feel free to contact Springfield Vermont News directly here: ed44vt@gmail.com .

Pageviews past week


Sign by Danasoft - For Backgrounds and Layouts