EXG stands for Extraordinary Gentlemen, and what an extraordinary group they are. Comprised of producer/rapper Campion Bond and R&B singer, Tre Bishop, EXG is ready to take the music scene by storm and transform the ways Dallas artists are viewed. I believe they can do it, too, as they are key members in the music renaissance that has all industry eyes turned to Dallas. With hard hitting bass lines and catchy lyrics that tell the story from both artist’s varying perspectives, EXG can’t lose. Not to mention their song “Hustle”, produced by Campion himself, has one of the hardest beats I’ve ever heard. Period. The group released the prologue to their album “Fly or Fall” in November and is available for free download at http://exgflyorfall.bandcamp.com/album/fly-or-fall-prologue. They’re also gearing up for a promotional push to accompany the release of their first full length project “Fly or Fall” later this year. Dallas natives can catch the group in action on February 1, 2012, along with fellow Dallas artist D.Hayes:
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