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Forthcoming EP Features Young Chris & Joell Ortiz of Slaughterhouse/Shady Records
(A Wasteland, U.S.A.) Sometimes NOT seeing IS believing.
They have been around and those that have heard them believe like a child who’s never seen Santa Claus or the Tooth Fairy. Joell Ortiz of Slaughterhouse lends his vocal prowess to The Invincible Bullies soulful and haunting “Boom Boom,” a new track from the elusive, new three-member posse from nowhere.
“I’m a beast/No, I’m out of this world/
No, I’m both/I’m Hip-Hop’s Chubaka…”
“Boom Boom,” a leak off The Invincible Bullies’ anticipated forthcoming Camping in a Wasteland EP, is an intense, piano-pounding warning to the group’s enemy forces, seen and unseen. Shooting the competition “right offa yo’ feet” with lyricism and brute force is mission number one – that the seemingly “invisible” Invincible Bullies got Joell Ortiz in the booth to lend the opening bars on “Boom Boom” is, by itself, a miraculous reason to listen.
“I align with none of my kind/And blow ya whole mind/Bitch…”
In a diverse rap landscape that includes Odd Future, Big KRIT, and Young Money, The Invincible Bullies with their camera-shyness, complex metaphors and ghostly good production are here to stay. Says Mr. Winston:
“Yo, who’s that spittin’/It’s the one and only Mr. Winston/
Won’t stop ‘til Jay-Z goes back/To clackin’ and clickin’…”
That is certainly an impossibly long time from now.
What Little We Know About The Invincible Bullies:
Already experiencing influence, The Invincible Bullies expect to be a presence felt everywhere and nowhere – by everyone and no one at the same time. Comprised of three unlikely characters and a legion of associates, The Invincible Bullies are a unique new group that have already collaborated with some of Hip-Hop’s most notable artists such as Joell Ortiz, Young Chris of Jay-Z’s Rocafella Records, Wiz Khalifa, and Rhymefest to name a few.
The group consists of Donovan Ainger aka Judas Preacher, Abdullah Smith aka Cataract, and Mr. Winston aka Winston the Terrible. “We’ve been fortunate to have a finger on the pulse of the underground and key people that believe in our movement. This has allowed us to lock in acts based on our music, but also those that vouch for us, “ D. Ainger explains. The group effortlessly melds hard beats with emotive, expressive rhymes that exemplify how the exceptional break from the mediocre.
With their vast amount of resources, the covert operation has assembled their first chapter, “Camping In A Wasteland,” an EP that has already garnered the group attention from a number of websites and blogs. “We were truly happy to get the nods from those sites and blogs,” says Mr. Winston jokingly. “It truly co-signed what we already know about IB. We’re incredible.”
Thousands of views, but the group remains an enigma to the general public. “We are from different places in the country and that’s a blessing. A force we don’t understand yet brought us together,” Cataract says. “We are ready to attack this game from several angles with fresh sounds.” The group also crafted a well-received ode to Fox’s hit show with “24 (Power Like Jack Bauer)” and their epic remix version of Kanye West’s “Power,” which was melded with the score of “Inception.”
The group call themselves The Invincible Bullies – not because they pick on the weak – but because they accept the challenge of taking on those that attempt to crush their will to live. “This is why we called the album ‘Camping In A Wasteland,’ said Winston, “because we were forced to do this when all odds said no.” Through 2010 and 2011, the group will release three EP’s that will hopefully unravel the mystery behind Donovan Ainger, Cataract, and Mr. Winston.

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