Hailing from the small town of Wynne, Arkansas comes The Chauceriin, also known as Bryian R., with his new release called 'The Wall/Epitaph Remixes'. The Chauceriin takes you on a musical journey through his thoughts, his dreams, his nightmares, his hopes, his anger, his sadness, and most of all his pain, with what he has come to call 'New Hop, The Black Alternative'. The Chauceriin started his musical interests back in 1986 when he was merely in the nineth grade, as he wrote songs for the up and coming block MCs who batteled on a daily basis. He performed in numerous talent shows around the area, and became the first African-American, and the first hip hop artist, to win the talent show in his high school's history with the group Task Force, which consisted of Mark L. Williams, James Davis, and Mardell 'D-Rock' Davis, who appears on the album cover of The Wall. The Chauceriin also recorded two albums with the group Epitaph, which he co-founded with members Alvin 'Double A' Brown and Reggie 'Skanlz' Watson. The potent and always dangerous freestyler Jeramy 'Macrophonic MC' Martin was also a member. In 2002, their album 'From the Underground Up' was reviewed by MurderDog magazine, where it received three nuts out of five despite being unsigned to a major or minor label. Some of the songs featured in that review are on second disc called the Epitaph Remixes. The Wall was produced in Jonesboro, Arkansas by Jimmy 'F-Troop' Martin Jr. and Bryian Revoner. The talented Jimmy Martin Jr. also sang, rapped, and played most of the instruments. Keith Vivrette also produced tracks on the album at the famed Studio V. Other guest appearances include, the skillful Brett Walzer, the bluesy Carl Holden, the crafty Brett Williams, Memphis' own Tutone and Zahn Barlow, Dirt Cheap, Rod 'Dodge' McDaniel and the Wynne M.O.B. click. If I had to sum up this album, I would have to say this. Some of it's meant to be pumped, and some of it's meant to be played. Sit back and allow your ears and your mind make the call. For Booking info: 1(870)362-0033 Bryian R.