True entertainers.... The LEL Brothas don't just provide an A-List performance every time they hit the stage, but an entire experience. This Hip hop duo has performed across the entire USA and heavly in the overseas markets. The LEL Brothas music caters to an extremely wide demographic. The LEL Brothas were named in 2011 Ambassadors of the American Hip hop culture by the US state dept for being the first American Hip hop group to ever perform in the Kingdom Saudi Arabia while on their world tour. Anything from private events, weddings, festivals, concerts, award shows, movies etc the LEL Brothas is your choice to make your event successful!
The LEL Brothas (Formed in early 2006) is an American Hip hop group from Prescott Valley, Arizona. Founded by DJ Clone, this group also includes member LBC and hype man CB5. Experts in the music industry expect The LEL Brothas to become major players in the Hip hop/music industry. This group not only present music but a unique movement.
The LEL Brothas have rapidly gained international exposure by bringing not only music, but an entire movement to the industry. From early success with the "Fresh out the Root" album in early 2007 to "The Epidemic" in early 2010 the LEL Brothas have shown versatility with their music. In late 2011 the LEL Brothas made Hip hop history by being the first Hip Hop group to ever perform in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, a closed country that usually does not allow public concerts of non Saudi music.
Although the group officially has two members, DJ Clone and LBC, the LEL Brothas often perform with hype man CB5 who refereed to himself in a interview with Arizona in the Morning Talk Show as the LEL Step child. All three of these rappers are originally from California but met each other and started the LEL Brothas in Prescott Valley, Arizona.
The LEL Brothas originally formed in 2006 While recording their debut album "Fresh out the Root" the LEL Brothas were signed by producer Wade Martin to JWM Records.
The LEL Brothas topped the internet charts and local radio charts within Arizona with the "Fresh out the Root" album. in 2010 the LEL Borthas released their second album "The Epidemic." The LEL Brothas movement, The LEL Nation, encourages fans to dress as zombies and attend shows showing they have been assimilated into the LEL Nation.The LEL Brothas seem to follow a virus theme that drives their music and will define their future albums.
In Early June 2011 the LEL Brothas made Hip hop history by being the first Hip hop group to ever perform in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. While in Saudi Arabia the LEL Brothas were named American Cultural Ambassadors of the Hip hop culture and performed at venues including the US Embassy, the American School and the US Ambassadors Residence.
Fresh Out the Root (2007)
*"Dislocate" received regular Airplay in the southwestern USA and achieved #54 of the top 102 songs of the year on Arizona Radio. This song was also #1 for multiple weeks on multiple internet radio charts.
The Epidemic (2010)
* "I Like to Party" has received regular Airplay on many Radio Stations across the USA including Q102.9 (AZ) 98.3 (AZ) as well as radio stations in Manama, Bahrain and has been broadcast on Saudi Arabian and Filipino TV.
*"Hatas" has received regular Airplay on many Radio Stations across the USA including Q102.9 (AZ) 98.3 (AZ) as well as radio stations in Manama, Bahrain and has been broadcast on Saudi Arabian and Filipino TV.
This song was also used in an independent film and is scheduled to be included in the Video Game "Rockband 3"
DJ Clone (Vocalis,TurnTables, Drums),
CB5 (Hype Man)