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I Bet She’s Freaky

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Suffice it to say, rapper and producer, Ole-E, is an old soul. The
music of storytellers like Marvin Gaye, Al Green, Curtis Mayfield and
The Isley Brothers provided the soundtrack to his childhood growing up
in Albany, GA, where he was raised by grandparents. Having mature
mannerisms personified him as an old man, so his nicknames were
“Granddad,” and then Ole-E. Now, the self-described “Rappa-Sanga” also
goes by “Stank Sinatra” because his nasally, melodic flow style
combines rapping and singing.

Ole-E attributes meeting music consultant and Grammy Award winning
songwriter, Sid “Uncle Jamz” Johnson as a pivotal career moment. In
the late 90’s, Ole-E performed with Suthern Klick on Southern House
Records, an independent label owned by Toney “Montana” Mosley in
Albany. Under consultation from Johnson, Southern House signed to
MCA/Universal in 1998, and its groups, Suthern Klick and Field Mob
inked record deals. Albeit brief, Suthern Klick (oft- spelled as
Southern Klick) enjoyed commercial success and toured as the opening
act for Cash Money Millionaires. Ushering in a genre of grittier,
funk-infused rap, “Like Dat” entered Billboard at #36 in November of
1998.

Ole-E released If The Streets Could Talk (2003) on Mosley’s current
label, Dirty South Entertainment. Many who purchased the CD online
reached out to tell him how much they loved his down-to-earth style.
“I like to talk about relationships, really dig deep and get into
everyday life situations,” says Ole-E. “I want people to be able to
listen to my music as sort of a guideline through a bad thing, like
‘He’s been through the same things we’re going through now,’ and feel
better.”

Backed by some of the Midwest’s and South’s hottest producers and
beat-makers, Ole-E’s forthcoming CD, Up My Wager has a crisp,
instantly likeable quality because of its mainstream potential. “I Bet
She’s Freaky (f/Zay),” a song which explores when a man looks at a
conservative woman and wonders about her erotic side, falls somewhere
near the Trey Songz/Gucci Mane category in terms of how well it could
be received by urban radio. Featured singer Zay hails from
Indianapolis, Indiana.

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