Black Astronaut Is An Unprecedented Musical Collective Comprised of Lead Songwriter Charles Luck, Rapper/Singer/Producer Tino Red, Rappers Gyro, JonJo/InZane, RINO, KLAIRVOYANT, Freeze, REP, S-Class, Demise, and B Daz. Ex Members Include Pastor C, Sticky Bud, Vedo and FlipLeaf. The group has 5 singers: Muze, Jonathan BT, Cyr, Zack David, and Addie. We specialize in true hip hop and EDM along with strong classic rock influences. We are influenced by artists as varied as Eminem to The Beatles to Avicii. Black Astronaut is a music lovers dream come true, because we are ever expanding and mixing new genres in an attempt to reignite music. Let's face it, it's pretty bad right now. We are based out of Atlanta but our artists come from Chicago, Kentucky, Bristol, London, Germany, Sweden, Philadelphia and more. We don't even know where Addie is from. We hope to reintroduce lyric focused rap music to the new generation for the good of the spirit of hip hop and music in general. In other words, I would say, we are the last people to say we have the answers to life and the worlds problems, but to us it FEELS like music is a big part of the answer, whatever that "answer" is. So we take what we do pretty fucking serious. So if you don't, you should. Ninja. -CL
(Tracks That Say Charles Luck & (Artist) Were Written By Both Of Them)
Contact Us At Astronaut.Black@gmail.com
"Life On Mars" Is Our Debut Album And Mission Statement.
Its A 5 Mic Album. Or At Least I Tried Very Hard To Make It One. So If It's Not, Tell Me. I'll Try Again. Also, PLEASE: NOBODY SUE ME, please. I'm not making any money at all off your samples, if you want a song removed just email me, it'll be down in a couple hours, no problem. I have massive respect for the rights and desires of my favorite artists but also there is no way for me easily contact that level of artist to ask. So just tell me to take something down if you don't like it, or perhaps we could work out a deal where you sell it and it stays up. It's up to you, just don't sue me. C'mon. It's MUSIC. The human race needs this stuff guys. It manages to connect us in an age where we're starting to seem permanently divided and it seems that divide is increasing. It can make good people out of complete shitheads, take me for example. Some would say I was irredeemable at a certain point there. And I would've agreed. In the words of the great Chumbawamba, I believe "MUSIC MATTERS." It most certainly does, today more than ever before, and its importance and ability to promote change in The Race is probably more than we may ever even know. -CL
- Hip-hop & Rap