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Stoic Bliss
Origin Queens, New York, U.S
Genres rap, hip hop
Years active 2004–present
Labels G-Series
Associated acts Fuad al Muqtadir, Double R, Fokir Lal Miah
Members Ac1d
Past members Xtro
B1shop
Tizzy Montana
Rul
Fly
Mana

Stoic Bliss (SB) is a Bangladeshi-American hip hop band.[1] It consists of hip hop artist Kazi & rap artist Ac1d.[2]

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Contents

History

Early years

Stoic Bliss began their work when they met native producer Syeem, who produces most of their tracks.[3] After their first album, Xtro, B1shop, Tizzy, Rul, Mana, and Fly left the band. Since then, Ac1d & Kazi have remained the active members of the band.[citation needed]

Lights Years Ahead (2005–2006)

The band's debut album, Lights Years Ahead (আলোক বর্ষ দূরে),[4] was released in Bangladesh in June 2006.[5] This album featured early Stoic Bliss members: Xtro, B1shop, Tizzy Montana, Rul, and Fly.

The single Abar Jigay raised the group's popularity among Bengali speakers.[6] Light Years Ahead sold well over 250,000 copies within the first 10 months, making Stoic Bliss an emerging music group in Bangladesh. Other songs like Mayabi Chokh, Shesh Barer Moto, Chow Mei Fun were also popular among listeners. This album featured early Stoic Bliss members Xtro, B1shop, Tizzy Montana, Rul, Fly, and Mana, the only female member of the group. Abar Jigay was used in popular media.[7]

Kolponar Baire (2006–2007)

Stoic bliss released their second album, Kolponar Baire (Beyond the Imagination), in the middle of the 2007.[8]

Upcoming Project (2008–2014)

After the second album, the band didn't appear for few years and had few performances as the members advanced their careers. though Kazi was heard on several mixed and solo albums.[9] After a long break, Stoic Bliss has announced their short return by promoting a few teasers of upcoming songs on social media. A release date will be announced soon.[10]

Discography

Studio albums
  • Light Years Ahead (2006)
  • Kolponar Baire (2007)
  • SB3

References

  1. ^ "deshi hip hop pioneer".
  2. ^ "Stoic Bliss biography".
  3. ^ "The most popular hip hop group in faraway Bangladesh".
  4. ^ "On 'Stoic bliss'".
  5. ^ "Abar Jigay by stoic bliss".
  6. ^ "Stoic Bliss - Light Years Ahead : Album Review".
  7. ^ "Rumana Mallick a.k.a Mana A Recent Graduate talks about her former Band".
  8. ^ "Producer Rajiv Rahman's new albums released".
  9. ^ "Lal Miah's Master Plan".
  10. ^ "Exclusive Interviews with Stoic Bliss".


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