West Up. We have a new artist to introduce you to today by the name of Internal Definition. Hailing from Ranco Cucamonga, CA but now residing in Los Angeles, Internal Definition has been working hard making a name for himself through his music. He sent over one of his tracks – titled “Internal Affairs” – and we have it for you, along with the music video. The song was produced by Curtiss King and is featured on the album of the same name. The title track encompasses a wide array of topics central to Internal Definition’s life, including his fears and problems, from losing touch with family members and loved ones to the ups and downs of the music business. You can listen to the song below, as well as watch the music video.
Internal Definition – “Internal Affairs” (Prod. by Curtiss King) [Free Stream/Download]
Internal Definition, born and raised in Rancho Cucamonga, CA, is the future of Hip-Hop. Since his first recorded song back in Fall of 2009, Internal Definition has come a long way while upgrading his flow, punchlines, delivery, and overall personae. He’s fought an uphill battle with being a young white artist from the suburbs of Southern California, but has come to gain respect from a lot of Hip-Hop’s up and coming artists including Polyester The Saint, Curtiss King, Noa James, and others while also becoming recognized by blogs, college and independent radio stations, club promoters and others. Internal Definition is easily one of the nicest with word play and punchlines but also has the ability to dig deep and deliver slower tempo’d, emotional records. As 2013 rolled around, people were finally starting to become true fans of the artist and following his campaign slogan of “Check The ID” which he began back in 2012. With the artist now residing in LA, he has big plans for the rest of 2013 and 2014 to extend his brand on the Hip-Hop scene in LA and surrounding cities and gain more recognition. Internal Definition will not take no for an answer and will work day and night to gain the respect of Hip-Hop bloggers, radio station hosts, and club promoters not only in California but all around the United States. Tell a Friend to Check The ID.