1. Andrew Garcia and professional dancer, Lauren Froderman, perform a fun take on the country line dance, but Shane Dawson finds the routine a bit offensive. Will this ruin Andrew’s chance to move on to the next round?

    Watch the full performances and CAST YOUR VOTE on the DanceOn Channel through Wednesday, November 7! You can vote 1 time per contestant per day. Tell us in the comments which performance was YOUR favorite! Did you agree with the judges’ opinions?

    In Dance Showdown, 12 YouTube stars train and perform with 4 professional dancers in front of 3 celebrity judges and a global voting audience for the chance to win Dance Glory and $100,000! 

    (Source: youtube.com)

  2. 
VILLAGE GREEN STYLE HOUSE 
Bow Tie Swag -  E-TRAIN 
Dress shirt - Hugo Boss / Combat Vest - Calvin Klein / Pants - Calvin Klein Extreme Slim Fit / Bow Tie - Vintage / Shoes -Ferragamo Wingtips / Watch - U-Boat Italo Fontana U-1001 
I was performing music from my recently released “The Wrath of Roxane +” at the Denim Canvas art party for the Elysium Project last Thursday. I would like to extend a huge thank you to anyone who came out to support the music, the art, and the cause…. I had the time of my life! #bowtieswag    E-TRAIN
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    VILLAGE GREEN STYLE HOUSE

    Bow Tie Swag -  E-TRAIN 

    Dress shirt - Hugo Boss / Combat Vest - Calvin Klein / Pants - Calvin Klein Extreme Slim Fit / Bow Tie - Vintage / Shoes -Ferragamo Wingtips / Watch - U-Boat Italo Fontana U-1001 

    I was performing music from my recently released “The Wrath of Roxane +” at the Denim Canvas art party for the Elysium Project last Thursday. I would like to extend a huge thank you to anyone who came out to support the music, the art, and the cause…. I had the time of my life! #bowtieswag    E-TRAIN

  3. Coca-Cola Zero Make It Possible Project
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  4. The project kicked off with director Jon M. Chu (creator of The Legion of Extraordinary Dancers web series) inviting users to upload videos of them showing off their best moves to makeitpossibleproject.com - 20 songs where choosen for dancers to use in their videos. Two of which were E-TRAIN songs. (GLOW SO HARD and I’M ON TONIGHT).
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    The project kicked off with director Jon M. Chu (creator of The Legion of Extraordinary Dancers web series) inviting users to upload videos of them showing off their best moves to makeitpossibleproject.com - 20 songs where choosen for dancers to use in their videos. Two of which were E-TRAIN songs. (GLOW SO HARD and I’M ON TONIGHT).


  5. 
E-TRAIN On Board At Ole Following Worldwide
Placement and Licensing Deal
"ole has concluded a worldwide Sync & Master Placement and Licensing deal with rapper/hip hop producer, E-TRAIN.
The deal brings the rights to his first hit single, “Damn,“ his upcoming single “Glow So Hard,” for which he has a video in the works, as well as songs from his debut album, Wrath of Roxanne.
Erich Malo, professionally known as E-TRAIN, a moniker given him by a friend during his freshman days in Dayton, Ohio where he did some rapping, is an artist/producer from Chicago. Early career highlights include opening for KRS-One at The Bassment in Chicago and being featured on DJ G-Spot’s Midwest Invasion 4. He relocated to Los Angeles last year where he established a production studio, finished and released his debut album, Wrath of Roxane, shot a teaser video for “Lonely At the Top” and became a regular performer in the area.
Inspired by his late mother Roxane Malo, E-TRAIN has already garnered radio exposure with his debut single, “Damn“, and produces for talented Chicago artist Young General, J. Gatz, Louchiano, The RichKiddz, MarVo, Darren Anthony, Jarret Payton, Napalm, among others, through his E-TRAIN Music Group, which has established a distribution partnership with Interscope Records. In addition to those he produces under his own firm, he has received production requests from Atlantic Records (T.I., Missy Elliot, Lupe Fiasco, Gym Class Heroes).”
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    E-TRAIN On Board At Ole Following Worldwide

    Placement and Licensing Deal

    "ole has concluded a worldwide Sync & Master Placement and Licensing deal with rapper/hip hop producer, E-TRAIN.

    The deal brings the rights to his first hit single, “Damn,“ his upcoming single “Glow So Hard,” for which he has a video in the works, as well as songs from his debut album, Wrath of Roxanne.

    Erich Malo, professionally known as E-TRAIN, a moniker given him by a friend during his freshman days in Dayton, Ohio where he did some rapping, is an artist/producer from Chicago. Early career highlights include opening for KRS-One at The Bassment in Chicago and being featured on DJ G-Spot’s Midwest Invasion 4. He relocated to Los Angeles last year where he established a production studio, finished and released his debut album, Wrath of Roxane, shot a teaser video for “Lonely At the Top” and became a regular performer in the area.

    Inspired by his late mother Roxane Malo, E-TRAIN has already garnered radio exposure with his debut single, “Damn“, and produces for talented Chicago artist Young General, J. Gatz, Louchiano, The RichKiddz, MarVo, Darren Anthony, Jarret Payton, Napalm, among others, through his E-TRAIN Music Group, which has established a distribution partnership with Interscope Records. In addition to those he produces under his own firm, he has received production requests from Atlantic Records (T.I., Missy Elliot, Lupe Fiasco, Gym Class Heroes).”

    (Source: facebook.com)

  6. DJBOOTH.NET
E-TRAIN - Lonely At The Top
"Recently introduced to our pages with Charles Bradley-assisted single America, Windy City-bred, L.A.-based rapper and producer E-TRAIN returns to our pages with newly-released album standoutLonely at the Top. On this eclectic, contemplative jam, the artist’s own lush, sampled production serves as backdrop for verses examining the psychological cost of success. For more, check out the artist’s Wrath of Roxane+ LP, streamable for free via the artist’s SoundCloud page”


E-TRAIN - America - Featuring Charles Bradley 
"Most rappers find inspiration in booming bass lines or James Brown breaks, but Chicago-bred and Los Angeles-based rapper and producer E-TRAIN isn’t most rappers. For his The DJBooth debut, America, E-TRAIN finds inspiration and musical kinship withCharles Bradley, the 62-year-old Brooklynite turned internationally acclaimed blues and soul singer. Pulling double duty on the mic and behind the boards, TRAIN grabs the instantly compelling horn line and organ chords, along with Bradley’s soul-shaking hook, to lay down America‘s sonic foundation. Lyrically TRAIN proves that he’s been through enough hard times to make him a hip-hop bluesman in own right: “…forever fight for the Wrath of Roxanne, my gift and my curse / for the love that I’ve had and the loss I’ve endured.” Fans eager to hear more impossible-to-categorize music like America should be sure to check out TRAIN’s recently re-released album WRATH OF ROXANE+, available for free stream now.”

    DJBOOTH.NET

    E-TRAIN - Lonely At The Top

    "Recently introduced to our pages with Charles Bradley-assisted single America, Windy City-bred, L.A.-based rapper and producer E-TRAIN returns to our pages with newly-released album standoutLonely at the Top. On this eclectic, contemplative jam, the artist’s own lush, sampled production serves as backdrop for verses examining the psychological cost of success. For more, check out the artist’s Wrath of Roxane+ LP, streamable for free via the artist’s SoundCloud page


    E-TRAIN - America - Featuring Charles Bradley 

    "Most rappers find inspiration in booming bass lines or James Brown breaks, but Chicago-bred and Los Angeles-based rapper and producer E-TRAIN isn’t most rappers. For his The DJBooth debut, America, E-TRAIN finds inspiration and musical kinship withCharles Bradley, the 62-year-old Brooklynite turned internationally acclaimed blues and soul singer. Pulling double duty on the mic and behind the boards, TRAIN grabs the instantly compelling horn line and organ chords, along with Bradley’s soul-shaking hook, to lay down America‘s sonic foundation. Lyrically TRAIN proves that he’s been through enough hard times to make him a hip-hop bluesman in own right: “…forever fight for the Wrath of Roxanne, my gift and my curse / for the love that I’ve had and the loss I’ve endured.” Fans eager to hear more impossible-to-categorize music like America should be sure to check out TRAIN’s recently re-released album WRATH OF ROXANE+, available for free stream now.”

  7. PIGEONSANDPLANES
E-Train – Glow So Hard
Kardi says: This’ll probably be the track that you queue up, to tell your friends that you knew about me ‘fore I blew up.
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    E-Train – Glow So Hard

    Kardi says: This’ll probably be the track that you queue up, to tell your friends that you knew about me ‘fore I blew up.

  8. BLAHBLAHSCIENCE
E-TRAIN – So Good (Ft. Molly K)
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When it comes to summer jams “So Good” hits that sweet spot. The new track from E-TRAIN is his first release since WRATH OF ROXANE+. The song is previewed here for the first time from an upcoming untitled project expected September 5th and it features LA-based Molly K on the sugary hook. Good luck not singing along to this one.
E-TRAIN performs this Saturday in West Los Angeles @ Touch Vinyl with SoundFanua and A Sol Mechanic (INFO) NO COVER 8pm door.
E-TRAIN – What Tomorrow Brings + Animal Remix
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“What Tomorrow Brings” is featured off of E-TRAINS forthcoming WRATH OF ROXANE + release. The deluxe reissue of his debut by the same name [-] is expected later this November, of which will also include a collection of unreleased bonus tracks. More new material expected before 2012 leading up to the debut of his new “Glow So Hard” video.
E-Train – Glow So Hard From Space
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E- Train drops another new jam from his forthcoming Wrath of Roxanne LP… date TBD. looking to chillax and wind-down for a minute? this is your joint.
E-Train – Get Down
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previewed from the Wrath of Roxane, E-Train drops us an ABSOLUTE BANGER with “Get Down”!!! so we’ve figured this one out after a few listens. here’s the process… get down. get down again. eat candy.
E-Train – Never Love You (Feat. Young General and Kilo)
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from the heart of Chicago, on the rise and LA based MC, E-Train teams up with Young General and Kilo for “Never Love You”. track is straight up SICK!! the single drops today via Interscope and his full-lengthWrath of Roxane is in the works… GET INTO IT!!

    BLAHBLAHSCIENCE

    E-TRAIN – So Good (Ft. Molly K)

    by admin

    When it comes to summer jams “So Good” hits that sweet spot. The new track from E-TRAIN is his first release since WRATH OF ROXANE+. The song is previewed here for the first time from an upcoming untitled project expected September 5th and it features LA-based Molly K on the sugary hook. Good luck not singing along to this one.

    E-TRAIN performs this Saturday in West Los Angeles @ Touch Vinyl with SoundFanua and A Sol Mechanic (INFO) NO COVER 8pm door.

    E-TRAIN – What Tomorrow Brings + Animal Remix

    by admin

    “What Tomorrow Brings” is featured off of E-TRAINS forthcoming WRATH OF ROXANE + release. The deluxe reissue of his debut by the same name [-] is expected later this November, of which will also include a collection of unreleased bonus tracks. More new material expected before 2012 leading up to the debut of his new “Glow So Hard” video.

    E-Train – Glow So Hard From Space

    by admin

    E- Train drops another new jam from his forthcoming Wrath of Roxanne LP… date TBD. looking to chillax and wind-down for a minute? this is your joint.

    E-Train – Get Down

    by admin

    previewed from the Wrath of RoxaneE-Train drops us an ABSOLUTE BANGER with “Get Down”!!! so we’ve figured this one out after a few listens. here’s the process… get down. get down again. eat candy.

    E-Train – Never Love You (Feat. Young General and Kilo)

    by admin

    from the heart of Chicago, on the rise and LA based MC, E-Train teams up with Young General and Kilo for “Never Love You”. track is straight up SICK!! the single drops today via Interscope and his full-lengthWrath of Roxane is in the works… GET INTO IT!!

  9. AUDIOMUFFIN.COM
"I was talking to Mark from HoneypotUnlimited the other day and he mentioned that his guest for his podcast was going to be a rapper named E-Train.
My first thought was, “What the fuck, Train is in LA and didn’t even bother to see if I wanted to hang out, not even for coffee?”  But then I was like, “And he is a rapper now and neglected to mention that as well, what a guy!”
But it turns out, E-Train and AudioMuffin’s Train are two different people.  And things are about to get really confusing in the Train game because E-Train has some of the freshest hip-hop I have heard in a long time.
Mark said E-Train reminded him a bit of that new Cudi style, and I would have to agree but am also hearing a little dab of Atmosphere in his voice.  Not to say that E-Train doesn’t have a very unique delivery of his own.  I mean, when an artist is breaking out they are apt to be compared to others, but a year from now all anyone will be talking about is what a unique sound they brought to music.  This is life.
The track that initially knocked me out of my chair is Glow So Hard From Space.  I’m a sucker for slow sung hooks on hip-hop.  And there is that weird horn sound that takes over the song between chorus and verse.  The fact that this little riff gets its own break a few times in the song seems like a really brave move and sold me on it.  And as soon as the first verse drops your brain thinks for a second you’re listening to Cudi.  But you soon realize you’ve been tricked by a sing-songy rap verse.  I love me some sing-songy rap verse.
What I soon discovered with E-Train’s other songs that are floating around the internet, is that the music is all very inventive and fearless.  There is also a lot of singing, in rap style by E-Train and also on the hooks by collaborators.  In the land of hip-hop and indie rock music blending into each other, E-Train has taken another step closer to genre-less music.
E-Train is currently finishing up his debut album here in Los Angeles, titled Wrath of Roxane.  You can also hear E-Train on Mark’s podcast which is being recorded tonight and I’m not sure when he releases that stuff, but check back in a couple days and it should be there.  And here are a bunch more tunes, sorry they are only streaming.”

    AUDIOMUFFIN.COM

    "I was talking to Mark from HoneypotUnlimited the other day and he mentioned that his guest for his podcast was going to be a rapper named E-Train.

    My first thought was, “What the fuck, Train is in LA and didn’t even bother to see if I wanted to hang out, not even for coffee?”  But then I was like, “And he is a rapper now and neglected to mention that as well, what a guy!”

    But it turns out, E-Train and AudioMuffin’s Train are two different people.  And things are about to get really confusing in the Train game because E-Train has some of the freshest hip-hop I have heard in a long time.

    Mark said E-Train reminded him a bit of that new Cudi style, and I would have to agree but am also hearing a little dab of Atmosphere in his voice.  Not to say that E-Train doesn’t have a very unique delivery of his own.  I mean, when an artist is breaking out they are apt to be compared to others, but a year from now all anyone will be talking about is what a unique sound they brought to music.  This is life.

    The track that initially knocked me out of my chair is Glow So Hard From Space.  I’m a sucker for slow sung hooks on hip-hop.  And there is that weird horn sound that takes over the song between chorus and verse.  The fact that this little riff gets its own break a few times in the song seems like a really brave move and sold me on it.  And as soon as the first verse drops your brain thinks for a second you’re listening to Cudi.  But you soon realize you’ve been tricked by a sing-songy rap verse.  I love me some sing-songy rap verse.

    What I soon discovered with E-Train’s other songs that are floating around the internet, is that the music is all very inventive and fearless.  There is also a lot of singing, in rap style by E-Train and also on the hooks by collaborators.  In the land of hip-hop and indie rock music blending into each other, E-Train has taken another step closer to genre-less music.

    E-Train is currently finishing up his debut album here in Los Angeles, titled Wrath of Roxane.  You can also hear E-Train on Mark’s podcast which is being recorded tonight and I’m not sure when he releases that stuff, but check back in a couple days and it should be there.  And here are a bunch more tunes, sorry they are only streaming.”

  10. KICKKICKSNARE.COM
E-TRAIN: So Good (Ft. Molly K)

“So Good,” written and produced by hip-pop artist (did I just create a new genre?) E-TRAIN. The song features LA-based Molly K on the chorus and second verse, who helps welcome E-TRAIN back on his first release since WRATH OF ROXANE. The song will be featured on his upcoming untitled project, due September 5th (in honor of Roxane’s birthday). It’s a perfect driving-with-the-top-down summer melody and could fall nicely in a mixtape alongside “Sunday Afternoon” by Lighter Shade Of Brown, no? E-TRAIN performs this Saturday with SoundFanua and A Sol Mechanic at Touch Vinyl in West LA. Click here for more info!

E-TRAIN: Be Easy

Give E-TRAIN about an hour with a LUCCA flavored beat, featuring a Bob Marley sample, and you’ll quickly get in return new reasons to Be Easy. A performance of blazing ferocity blanketed with a chill facade sounding of early-Kanye holding a nickel c-note bag of funk. MP3: Be Easy by E-Train 

E-Train: Glow So Hard From Space

The fantastically talented E-TRAIN gives us another taste of his upcoming debut album, Wrath Of Roxane, scheduled to see daylight November 11, 2010. Glow So Hard From Space romantically falls somewhere new for the artist, with it’s soft, natural chorus and minimalist instrumentation. A fresh departure from the heavier hits this crew also produces. Now check out the track below, and join me for an echo’y hand clap on the 3 & 7. MP3: Glow So Hard From Space by E-Train 

Damn + January Jones + Shake It Over & Over

DAMN via E-TRAIN‘s vault first debuted many moons ago on radio station B96 (96.3 WBBM-FM), CBS’s Chicago top hits station. Back in rotation. Also, Hot Chip at the hands of Diplo. And Hoodie Allen, who we were sad to miss the other night at the Roxy. His high-energy songs, clever pop lyrics, and all. All songs under a Gucci ad on a rainy day in Venice, CA. Not too shabby. Checking the other half of KKS out of the hospital today. So here’s to getting life back on track. Watch. Out. MP3: DAMN by E-TRAIN MP3: January Jones (Feat. Chris Wallace) by Hoodie Allen MP3: Shake it Over and Over (Diplo Remix) by Hot Chip Tweet You may also enjoy…:… Read More →

Atari Ferrari + E-TRAIN

Enter music explosion. First up, we have a couple tracks from Chicago’s Atari Ferrari. The self-described Nintendo Pop electronic trio is scheduled to release their new album titled Enzo’s Notes on September 5th and we have a taste of what’s to come with, Dream Season. Also below, the track STR8 BIT from their last album still on rotation at the headquarters. Next, and from the same music family, we have E-TRAIN himself (of E-TRAIN Music Group) with an album peek via this throw down, kick-ass and not-looking-back track Get Down. It’s already been given some love on the Hype Machine charts, and we’re happy to give it some more. MP3: Dream Season by Atari Ferrari MP3: STR8 BIT by Atari… Read More →

    KICKKICKSNARE.COM

    E-TRAIN: So Good (Ft. Molly K)

    “So Good,” written and produced by hip-pop artist (did I just create a new genre?) E-TRAIN. The song features LA-based Molly K on the chorus and second verse, who helps welcome E-TRAIN back on his first release since WRATH OF ROXANE. The song will be featured on his upcoming untitled project, due September 5th (in honor of Roxane’s birthday). It’s a perfect driving-with-the-top-down summer melody and could fall nicely in a mixtape alongside “Sunday Afternoon” by Lighter Shade Of Brown, no? E-TRAIN performs this Saturday with SoundFanua and A Sol Mechanic at Touch Vinyl in West LA. Click here for more info!

    E-TRAIN: Be Easy

    Give E-TRAIN about an hour with a LUCCA flavored beat, featuring a Bob Marley sample, and you’ll quickly get in return new reasons to Be Easy. A performance of blazing ferocity blanketed with a chill facade sounding of early-Kanye holding a nickel c-note bag of funk. MP3: Be Easy by E-Train 

    E-Train: Glow So Hard From Space

    The fantastically talented E-TRAIN gives us another taste of his upcoming debut album, Wrath Of Roxane, scheduled to see daylight November 11, 2010. Glow So Hard From Space romantically falls somewhere new for the artist, with it’s soft, natural chorus and minimalist instrumentation. A fresh departure from the heavier hits this crew also produces. Now check out the track below, and join me for an echo’y hand clap on the 3 & 7. MP3: Glow So Hard From Space by E-Train 

    Damn + January Jones + Shake It Over & Over

    DAMN via E-TRAIN‘s vault first debuted many moons ago on radio station B96 (96.3 WBBM-FM), CBS’s Chicago top hits station. Back in rotation. Also, Hot Chip at the hands of Diplo. And Hoodie Allen, who we were sad to miss the other night at the Roxy. His high-energy songs, clever pop lyrics, and all. All songs under a Gucci ad on a rainy day in Venice, CA. Not too shabby. Checking the other half of KKS out of the hospital today. So here’s to getting life back on track. Watch. Out. MP3: DAMN by E-TRAIN MP3: January Jones (Feat. Chris Wallace) by Hoodie Allen MP3: Shake it Over and Over (Diplo Remix) by Hot Chip Tweet You may also enjoy…:… Read More →

    Atari Ferrari + E-TRAIN

    Enter music explosion. First up, we have a couple tracks from Chicago’s Atari Ferrari. The self-described Nintendo Pop electronic trio is scheduled to release their new album titled Enzo’s Notes on September 5th and we have a taste of what’s to come with, Dream Season. Also below, the track STR8 BIT from their last album still on rotation at the headquarters. Next, and from the same music family, we have E-TRAIN himself (of E-TRAIN Music Group) with an album peek via this throw down, kick-ass and not-looking-back track Get Down. It’s already been given some love on the Hype Machine charts, and we’re happy to give it some more. MP3: Dream Season by Atari Ferrari MP3: STR8 BIT by Atari… Read More →

  11. GOWHEREHIPHOP.COM
"Ladies and gents, we are proud to spotlight another positively unique artist based in Chicago, a producer/singer/songwriter with some hip hop and "Nintendo-Pop" flavor by the name ofE-TRAIN. You should definitely take the time above to grab his mixtape, or at least sample two of the standout records on it featuring abstract RMXs of songs with the likes of Lil’ Wayne, The Game, and The Beatles?! E-TRAIN shows off his ridiculous flow on the “Throw Water On ‘Em RMX”, even tossin’ in a Bill Bellamy reference, all while remaining easy to understand. And you should be immediately intrigued to see Lil’ Wayne and The Beatles on the same song as E-TRAIN meshed the 2 together brilliantly and jumps on the song himself, based on The Beatles’ classic “Help”. Both E-TRAIN’s and Wayne’s verses sound great over the RMX, which is another testament to E-TRAIN’s skills as he arranged not only that record but also the “Show Me What You Got RMX” on the mixtape that I particularly enjoy as well.
Get familiar with E-TRAIN so you can head over to Debonair THIS THURSDAY night. You’re guaranteed to enjoy a great show, sponsored by GWHH, hosted by Hussle Simmons, and featuring live performances from E-TRAIN above, our own LA & Mr. Music, as well as A&R, Young General, J Gatz, and a DJ set from Atari Ferrari. For more information on the show, simply peep the flyer below, head over to our Upcoming Shows page for more on the latest shows in the Chicagoland area, and hit the jump for more info on E-TRAIN. Enjoy!”

    GOWHEREHIPHOP.COM

    "Ladies and gents, we are proud to spotlight another positively unique artist based in Chicago, a producer/singer/songwriter with some hip hop and "Nintendo-Pop" flavor by the name ofE-TRAIN. You should definitely take the time above to grab his mixtape, or at least sample two of the standout records on it featuring abstract RMXs of songs with the likes of Lil’ Wayne, The Game, and The Beatles?! E-TRAIN shows off his ridiculous flow on the “Throw Water On ‘Em RMX”, even tossin’ in a Bill Bellamy reference, all while remaining easy to understand. And you should be immediately intrigued to see Lil’ Wayne and The Beatles on the same song as E-TRAIN meshed the 2 together brilliantly and jumps on the song himself, based on The Beatles’ classic “Help”. Both E-TRAIN’s and Wayne’s verses sound great over the RMX, which is another testament to E-TRAIN’s skills as he arranged not only that record but also the “Show Me What You Got RMX” on the mixtape that I particularly enjoy as well.

    Get familiar with E-TRAIN so you can head over to Debonair THIS THURSDAY night. You’re guaranteed to enjoy a great show, sponsored by GWHH, hosted by Hussle Simmons, and featuring live performances from E-TRAIN above, our own LA & Mr. Music, as well as A&R, Young General, J Gatz, and a DJ set from Atari Ferrari. For more information on the show, simply peep the flyer below, head over to our Upcoming Shows page for more on the latest shows in the Chicagoland area, and hit the jump for more info on E-TRAIN. Enjoy!”

  12. MOSTLYJUNKFOOD.COM
"On this banger, produced by The Letter N, the homey E Train talks that talk: “my money gon’ multiply like Bebe’s kids.” This is one of a couple hundred joints E Train trimmed to just 11 forWrath of Roxanne.
Oh my god, based god. Every joint we get from TRAIN is good he hasn’t let us down yet. Can’t wait to hear more.”
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    MOSTLYJUNKFOOD.COM

    "On this banger, produced by The Letter N, the homey E Train talks that talk: “my money gon’ multiply like Bebe’s kids.” This is one of a couple hundred joints E Train trimmed to just 11 forWrath of Roxanne.

    Oh my god, based god. Every joint we get from TRAIN is good he hasn’t let us down yet. Can’t wait to hear more.”

  13. BETTERPROPAGANDA.COM
Inspired by his mother Roxane Malo, up-and-coming rapper/producer E-Train has already garnered radio exposure in Chicago and is currently finishing his debut album “Wrath of Roxane” in Los Angeles.
What has been most impressive throughout E-TRAIN’s career has been the speed of his evolution. He started as a front porch freestyler at the age of 18, his trademark flavor and flair already visible. By 20, he was a respected battle rapper, winning competitions in Dayton, Madison and Chicago. He followed his heat in the cipher as a self-made mixtape king and by age 21, was featured with The Clipse on DJ G-Spot’s ‘Midwest Invasion’!!
Still, how long can you rap on other people’s beats? So he taught himself to produce. Soon he was laying the track down with the same skill and ease and vision that he used to write rhymes. By 22, his single ‘DAMN’ was spun on CBS radio’s B96 (Chicago’s #1 Hit Music Station)!

    BETTERPROPAGANDA.COM

    Inspired by his mother Roxane Malo, up-and-coming rapper/producer E-Train has already garnered radio exposure in Chicago and is currently finishing his debut album “Wrath of Roxane” in Los Angeles.

    What has been most impressive throughout E-TRAIN’s career has been the speed of his evolution. He started as a front porch freestyler at the age of 18, his trademark flavor and flair already visible. By 20, he was a respected battle rapper, winning competitions in Dayton, Madison and Chicago. He followed his heat in the cipher as a self-made mixtape king and by age 21, was featured with The Clipse on DJ G-Spot’s ‘Midwest Invasion’!!

    Still, how long can you rap on other people’s beats? So he taught himself to produce. Soon he was laying the track down with the same skill and ease and vision that he used to write rhymes. By 22, his single ‘DAMN’ was spun on CBS radio’s B96 (Chicago’s #1 Hit Music Station)!

  14. GOODMUSICALLDAY.COM
Sit Back and Relax…
E-Train blesses us with a perfect song to put on and chill to as we re-coup from the weekend. This has a very trippy instrumental and mixed with his flow this begins to have a very old-school CuDi feel to it (think back on the ‘A Kid Named CuDi’ tape).  Hopefully he will throw another verse or so on this some time soon, but as of now here is 2:50 of pure chill music.

    GOODMUSICALLDAY.COM

    Sit Back and Relax…

    E-Train blesses us with a perfect song to put on and chill to as we re-coup from the weekend. This has a very trippy instrumental and mixed with his flow this begins to have a very old-school CuDi feel to it (think back on the ‘A Kid Named CuDi’ tape).  Hopefully he will throw another verse or so on this some time soon, but as of now here is 2:50 of pure chill music.