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  • Writer's pictureBrandie Green


Remedy Da Franchise earned a major highlight in an interview with LA Weekly. Remedy's fresh energy and authentic sound have been making waves in the music industry, and it's no surprise that her collaboration with ALIBI Music on their Old School Rap album has caught the attention of many.

A Timeless Journey Through Hip-Hop with Remedy Da Franchise

Remedy Da Franchise is not just an artist; she's a time traveler in the world of music, bringing the essence of the '90s straight to the present. Her tracks "Are We Clear" and "Get Busy" on ALIBI Music's Old School Rap album are a testament to her deep connection with the genre and her ability to recreate its golden era for today's audience.

The Process Behind the Masterpieces

Remedy's approach to creating these songs was immersive and thorough. She surrounded herself with the sights and sounds of the early '90s, from listening exclusively to old school hip-hop to binge-watching the Wu Tang series. Her dedication to embodying the period is evident in the music she produced, which delivers a party vibe reminiscent of hip-hop legends like Salt-N-Pepa.

More Than Just Music – A Cultural Resurgence

What excites Remedy most about this project is the versatility it showcases and the creative challenge it presented. Making new music that resonates with the feel of old school hip-hop isn't just about beats and rhymes; it's about capturing an entire cultural movement that shaped a generation. Remedy and the ALIBI team have done just that, and the potential for these tracks to be featured in period pieces or projects celebrating hip-hop culture is immense.

From Underground to Mainstream – Remedy's Rapid Ascent

With less than a year focusing on TV and film, Remedy has already secured several placements and collaborated with notable names in the industry. Her journey has been marked by coverage in hip-hop magazines, awards at underground shows, and a growing presence in the sync world.

Stay tuned to Remedy's journey through her website and follow her on Instagram, Facebook, TikTok, and some of her music in ALIBI's catalog.

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