Been There and Back
After being estranged from the world The Strangers are here to inspire a new movement in hip hop and bring restoration and guidance back to the hood. They have been grinding for more than ten years perfecting their craft and spawning the Road Dog Movement. Reppin for Ocala, Florida's finest The Strangers a.k.a. The Strangeez don't flash jewels for attention or trade loyalty for recognition. They instead use their wisdom and real life experiences to relate and lead their people back to glory. The Road Dog movement really goes beyond the fame. T. Hip hop culture was originally full of concepts based on a 360 degree circle which we all thrived on; love loyalty respect struggle appreciation wisdom and success. Somehow things got misconstrued and pretenders and stunters ruined the image and state of real rap music which was once respected. Fans easily get caught up in big rims iced out chains and expensive clothing brands and in that they lose sight of the struggle and everyday situations that really plague the streets. The Strangeez haven't forgotten and didn't lose sight. Their lyrics show testament to their loyalty and respect to each other and their hood, it proclaims the pain and the struggles that they had to suffer through, and it signifies the wisdom that make them true g's. After staying on their grind the streets are finally embracing their movement in powerful numbers. R.O.D and RUDE have been building their streets movement for over ten years now. With the help of the rest of their family , the DJ's that spin their music, and the fans that buy and download their music from various sites. Florida has been pushing Road Dog movement faithfully. Together The Strangers have compiled nine albums full of street classics. Finally the rest of the world is recognizing The Strangers and respecting their grind. The Strangers are coming to set things straight. It's said that that black folks can't stick together on nothing. But without leadership and guidance things happen and people go astray. The Strangers are here to bring it back. They know and understand that we are all we got in the streets and nobody is going to hand us anything. It's not about the celebrity in being famous. It's about moving people and inspiring a new breed of hip hop; something that has been long overdue.