Two guys. One girl. Jersey group. Hip-Hop/R&B flavor. Sounds like the Fugees, right? Perhaps the Black Eyed Peas? Nope. Up and coming group Trillogy continues that tried and true construction but with a generation now twist. Their music has been featured on multiple reality TV shows, so take that for what it’s worth. Trillogy has definite pop music ambitions, but rather than come out the gate on some happy shit, their initial video, Stay is decidedly dark, with themes of drug abuse, adultery and domestic violence in the context of relationships.
There are three vignettes, each helmed by one of the members of Trillogy that deal with different aspects of broken relationships. The first deals with a husband at work while his wife is at home abusing pills. The second deals with a dude out on the prowl, chasing honeys while his girl is away at work. The third and probably most disturbing is a couple who argues back and forth until the guy puts hands on his woman. Again millions of miles away from dancing and singing.
Do they have talent? Yes. Not the transcendent kind but legitimate pipes without the corn of that City High “What Would You Do” single from a few years back. I don’t know who is backing them, and they aren’t strange looking or exceedingly attractive so we’ll have to see and hear more from them to determine what their hook is, but for now, this is a nice start. If they stick to their guns, perhaps the audience will have a good reason to Stay. Check it out. READ MORE
Part 1 of Trillogy’s participation at the 2012 NACA Mid Atlantic Division Conference. Met some amazing people and have some amazing shows lined up at some very lucky colleges that are about to get the whole Trillogy LIVE experience for 2013.
Ariel Borujow is chief engineer at famed New York studio Stadium Red, where he spends most his time crafting mixes for artists ranging from Mac Miller to Madonna, as well as an array of emerging independent clients. His early career started at P.Diddy’s Daddy’s House Recording, and The Cutting Room. There he had a chance to study his craft with some of music’s top artists and producers. Today he spends most of his time in his C4 mix room within the Stadium Red compound alongside resident producers Just Blaze and Omen, and resident mastering engineer Ricardo Gutierrez. His main rig houses a UAD QUAD DSP Accelerator card, his go-to weapon for all mixes.
You ever meet someone and you just know he or she is a natural born hater? Well, this is the anthem, “For You” is dedicated to them, when you just want to say…. “F$%# You!”
It’s been nine months since we last heard from New Jersey based group, Trillogy. They are back ready to release their much anticipated EP“Live at Stadiumred” tracks all recorded at legendary Uptown NY studio Stadiumred. They’re unveiling a brand new song “For You” featuring XXL Magazine’s 2011 Freshmen emcee, Fred The Godson; and its creatively-crafted accompanying visuals directed by Itchy House Films. It’s produced by Grammy Award winning producer Sidney “Omen” Brown, an irresistible club friendly anthem destined to rattle car speakers and make heads bop.
The current project that we are working on is a 7 song EP titled “Trillogy Live @ Stadium Red”. Stadium Red ( http://www.stadiumredny.com/blog/ ) is one of the Premier studios in New York right now. They have completed projects for Jay-Z, J. Cole, Rick Ross, Drake and countless others.Heres a sneak peak into who is behind the project.
PRODUCED BY: Grammy Award Winning Producer Sid “Omen” Brown (Ludacris,Drake, Mya, Lil Wayne) http://www.stadiumredny.com/production.html, Jimi Kendrix (Ashanti, JaRule, 2pac and many more) and up and coming Australian producer JL.