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The Combine "Like A Winner"


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When one of the best emcees hooks up with one of the finest vocalists in Los Angeles you get…The Combine! The two long time friends, Triune and E.Q., have released a new album entitled “The Combine” with several notable contributions including this latest visual for "Like A Winner." Featuring Kace The Producer, "Like a Winner" has already hit approximately 500k hits on Soundcloud.
The first single from the album, "Forever", was featured in a web series called Football For Life on USA Football’s YouTube Channel and the second single, "Dime City", has been featured on CBS Sports TV show “The Making Of A Pro” as the theme song. In fact, the album has songs encompassing a winning sports theme to them, coupled with top quality production, Triune’s lyrics amaze while E.Q. puts his sharp vocals on top.
Twitter / Instagram: @itriune @iamedotq
About Triune:
Triune inked his first record deal with Antagonist/Image Records in 2004, and was the lead artist for the group “Live This” that went on to sell 30,000 albums. He was also featured on KRS-One’s “Life” album in 2007 that sold 65,000 albums. In 2008, Triune’s lead single “Unintended Consequences” for an experimental album entitled “Legion of Doom vs. Triune’ was picked up and featured as the lead single off of the soundtrack for the film “Pathology” which starred Alyssa Milano. He made numerous appearances on “The Wake Up Show”, “Sway in the Morning”, radio drops in regular rotation on 95.5 KDAY & 99.1 KGGI, a victory on BET’s “Freestyle Friday”, releasing many mixtapes, and touring the world with legendary artists such as KRS-One, De La Soul and Talib Kweli.
About E.Q.:
Forrest "E.Q." West was born with a passion for music and showed dedication to it at an early age. His mother, Grammy award winner Deniece Williams, had major influence in his life without having to do much of anything. At the age of 8 he went and saw his mom perform in London and at that moment, when he saw the crowd he realized music was what he wanted to do with his life. It was in his blood. He got involved in school and church choir as well as writing his own music. At the age of 14, E.Q. started his own Pop/R&B music group, Keyz2poetry. The group was together for 2 years before they decided to part ways. E.Q. was far from done with music. He attended the Musicians Institute in Hollywood, CA and learned the history of music, how to read/write music and how to perfect the music that rekindled his love for making it. He had grown up and found a more mature, raw way of delivering his vocal singing and rapping. E.Q. known for his love for R&B, he has incorporated Pop and a splash of Hip-Hop to create music that is original to say the least. He has now made Keyz2poetry a production company.
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