5 ELA have released the new song “Wrath Of Jesus”, produced by Black Bethoven, as a prelude to their upcoming EP release ‘STARFLEET Official’. The track continues to push the bounds of their ‘GALAXY SOUND’ to epic heights, with lyrics stretching the bounds of the heart and the limits of the human potential for love.
Since the release of the Black Bethoven album ‘Heat’ and their own album ‘Global Warming 2022’, 5 ELA have been on a mission to prove that their metaphysical lyrics over hard hitting future funk tracks is the future of hip hop, and as ordained ministers of the culture, “Wrath Of Jesus” is testimony to the ELAvation.
Stay tuned to http://www.STARFLEETOfficial.com for more information about the upcoming release of the ‘STARFLEET Official’ EP. 5 ELA ‘Global Warming 2022’ is available now at www.the5elementz.com.
5 ELA are Detroit Hip Hop Champions, the 7 Mile Road Star Children of Motown who helped craft the art of Hip Hop in D-Mecca, from the Hip Hop Shop and Saint Andrews Hall in the 1990s to the STARFLEET Official Galaxy Sound of today. Mudd and Thyme continue the mission of growing 5 ELA to be one of the most influential Hip Hop groups of all time, and as their artistry continues to grow alongside the legacy of their partners Proof and J Dilla, they have once again ELAvated the frequency of Detroit Hip Hop funk with STARFLEET producer Black Bethoven.
5 ELAs’s original producer James “J Dilla” Yancey was the craftmaster of the sound of Detroit neo-soul hip hop from the 1990s, when he recorded locally with his talented peers in his family’s Conant Gardens basement before earning worldwide fame as one of the greatest Hip Hop producers of all time. Many original classics have never been shared with the world, but now for the first time the 5 Elementz “YesterYears” EP (1994) has been released for digital sale, available at http://the5elementz.com. The project features the original songs remastered, including “Don’t Stop”, a project that helped Thyme, Mudd and Proof (of D12) launch 5 ELA as one of the most legendary groups in Detroit Hip Hop history. Continue reading