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Coco Solid: The Radical Bad Attack


Coco Solid: The Radical Bad Attack

ELECTRIC LOVE Single Release: 3 June

THE RADICAL BAD ATTACK Album Release: 16 June

MYSPACE SECRET SHOW Wellington: 18 June

ALBUM RELEASE PARTY Zen Bar Auckland: 21 June

A new double album, a scorching new single, live shows & even secret shows… Coco Solid strikes back with the upcoming release of her double-album THE RADICAL BAD ATTACK.

Coco Solid is set to bomb her cult international fan-base with the latest grand-concept album. Mixing psychedelic raps, 80's electro, booty-bass, dancehall, grime, punk and experimental noize, Coco is joined by over a dozen eclectic artists and flexes her musical muscle over 21 tracks.

The first disc (SEX) is dedicated to the dance floor with the second (SCIENCE) showcasing more experimental sounds.

The album features both underground and established names. The usual line up includes Erik Ultimate, DJ Han Baby and long-time punk producer ALC5, as well as some new recruits: Ex-Coolie Melissa West, The Grafitti Girls, Kidz With Guns, Flowsion, Agent Ali and DJ Exile all feature alongside producers DJ Jizmatron, Extravagangsta, Sam Moore and Alan Holt.

The futuristic single ELECTRIC LOVE reunites the award-winning team behind the Bnet hit CRIME FIGHTERS. With eternal partner in rhyme, Erik Ultimate and local producer (& Hungry Eyes member) DJ Jizmatron, they have pulled out another pioneering track... with an overwhelming music-video to match. Watch the video at

A MySpace Secret show in Wellington and an album release party in Auckland gives fans a chance to see the duo perform live for the first time in over a year. Myspace are also hosting online-video and album listening post exclusives leading up to the album release.


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