Made4victory – Elephants
In a time where we are being asked to put our lives on hold in a pandemic, this Made4victory and CMayes collaboration is the perfect timeless project to offer the culture and hip-hop community.
They believe “Elephants” is the best representation of themselves and their experiences from a sonic perspective, at a time of complete and utter social disruption.
This content and complete production is a quality offering to the culture and is crafted to create dialogue.
The project also boasts features and production from: Paulie Rhyme, Vicesouletric, 7th Son, Dalomonze, The Deep End, Kris Friday, and Think! from Lost Nation Studios
Check out the album above.
Along with the Made4victory imprint, Vic (AKA Vic Freeze) continues to release quality projects. From 2010 to 2015- Vic released: Reluctant Star Vol1 and Vol2, to collaborations with Paulie Rhyme w/ The Talented Tenth. Also, Oakland, Ohio w/ production team Madd Caesar were all projects that were well received and gave him the opportunity to tour locally and regionally. After some personal setbacks, Made4victory is the setup for the perfect comeback story. Whether spoken word, hip-hop, songwriting or just writing, Vic brings a different perspective on our social issues while providing inspired energy and lecture over openly dope, looped and/or live instrumentation. Vic emits positivity through trial and triumph, but touches everyone with honesty while promoting a “health is wealth” attitude.
CMayes has a catalog of hip-hop that spans a lifetime and is an ever-evolving artist that also boasts his own brand “ERC”. With creating the “Early Retirement Club” he continues to look for opportunities to bridge the youth community and music together, as well as stepping out to tour with his message. Sharing the stage with greats like the legendary, Scarface. If you ask him, Cmayes describes his music as “feel good and thought provoking” with a street edge. His lyrics and vision show his appreciation of the art without sacrificing the love he has for his block growing up in Cleveland.