SaulPaul to perform at Phillips Arena in Atlanta to kick off national release of Dream in 3D project (Details Coming Soon)
SaulPaul nominated for the esteemed honor of being a Texas State Artist. Texas State Artists will be designated by the Texas State Legislature sometime between January and May 2013, during the 83rd legislative session.
The story of sin and redemption is a cliché. But there’s a grain of truth to a cliché, and the truth is a buff and charismatic man standing with a classical guitar before a group of students at Manor Excel Academy. He is the rapper, filmmaker, speaker and author known as SaulPaul, he of the “Tower to Tower” CD and DVD, with a sequel on the way in the spring.
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SaulPaul, A Musician with a Message
This article highlights how SaulPaul performed and engaged a crowd of over 800 people from diverse backgrounds and musical taste…And still rocked the crowd!!!
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SaulPaul Steals the Show
SaulPaul was invited to participate in one of the premiere artistic events in Austin, TX – The Hip Hop Theatre Explosion – and he stole the show with an awe-inspiring performance.
The reviewer is quoted as saying, “With a performance truly unlike any you have seen, SaulPaul interacts with the crowd, stopping the tune here or there to tell you a little of his past – from the foster home, to the University, to the pen and back. When freestyling, “This is not just hip-hop, this is real art,” he said, speaking for every artist in the room.
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SaulPaul – From the Stage
SaulPaul has charisma. And his stage presence is so magnetic, he can work any crowd. It’s one reason, his unique mash up of hip hop and singer/songwriter music connects with and moves every audience he stands before. The review reads as follows…
When spoken-word artist and self-described “cool-looking black guy” SaulPaul waved his hand between himself and the audience and said, “This barrier right here … it’s officially broken,” he set the tone for the night. Walls were coming down.
Through hip-hop verse, music, and narrative, SaulPaul told his hard life story without blame or apology, morphing from foster child to scholarship student at UT to inmate at the state pen to UT student again. He’s a disarming raconteur. He finished with improvised spoken word; as the audience shouts out words, he writes them on his arm, then turns them into hip-hop poetry. (Off the cuff, he matched “banana” with Tony Danza and “swelling” with cerebellum.)
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