Still a member of the rap group P.C.O., Kronik Luciano breaks through spitting propane over some of the hottest tracks in the game . The properly entitled album \'So International\' speaks to the stagnant music industry and yells out for artists to be original and \' step out of the box \'! Kronik Luciano has already been a part of a nation-wide movement that was started when P.C.O. signed to Black Market Records the one-time largest Independent record label in the west, and has featured on Brotha Lynch Hung\'s \'EBK4\', Mr. Doctor\'s \'Bombay & Doc Holliday\', X-Raided\'s \'Nefarious\' and Black Market Films GREEDY the motion picture soundtrack in which \'Ballin So Long\' achieved major attention with label fans across the U.S.A. not to mention a dozen or more other features . Raised in Sacramento, California in one of it's oldest neighborhood\'s Oak Park, gangs became an ordinary part of everyday living. With the loss of friends and the everyday struggle, Kronik Luciano looked and listened to the streets formulating alot of the scenarios that later became the fuel for the fire. And to quote Kronik Luciano on his new album and his new label he states: \'So International, this album is about growth and the want to have others who listen to grow as well. I\'ve always believed and want others to believe that if you shoot for the moon, the worst that can happen is you\'ll touch the sky !\'
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