South Florida artist Audyo Sound & DeFame have teamed up to form Hip Hop/Soul duo Sound Famous.

A clever play on both of their monikers Audyo Sound & DeFame, are using Sound Famous to pose the question..

“What does fame, sound like?”

Sound Famous distinguish themselves by balancing aspects of the mainstream and underground with style and integrity.

Audyo’s soulful, R&B delivery and unorthodox flox, become the perfect blend to DeFame’s brash and direct approach.

Together they’ve released two concurrent projects (The Turnaround & Talking Headz) now available for download.

“The Turnaround” stands apart from your everyday mixtape with a thought provoking, message underlined throughout the entire project.

While boasting a staggering, 20 man posse cut entitled (The Hunger Games) and implementing a rare collection of instrumentals, skits and interludes.’The Turnaround” is a reflection of a lost art in our culture.

The booklet insert for “The Turnaround” uniquely, mimics “the View Master” and it’s reels, adding to the nostalgic feeling of the project and making the Turnaround an instant fan favorite and gem for any Hip Hop Head.

“Talking Headz” takes a darker approach by touching upon hot button issues plaguing our society. Using original production by the ‘Speaker Meds” Talking Headz, carries you through eye opening songs like “Dirty Money & Fringe Class” made certain to evoke thought and challenge the “powers that be.”

Through years of networking on the local scene, Sound Famous have gathered the talents of various, independent artist and use each release as a platform to showcase the talents of many.

By keeping everything in house from production, mixing, photo shoots and direction their own videos. Sound Famous take extreme pride on being hands on with their art.

Collaborating on song concepts and choruses, Sound Famous have strengthened their song writing ability and musical range to cover any topic or beat.

Whi8le still focusing on their emerging solo careers, Audyo Sound and DeFame bring a new energy to the scene and defy what an “upcoming rapper” is suppose to be.

So what does Fame, Sound like?