Señor Kaos Returns with an “Automatic Classic”

Atlanta’s own, independent emcee Señor Kaos returns with another hit, appropriately titled “Automatic Classic.” The song reminds listeners of an era that emphasized good beats and good rhymes.

The Automatic Classic video premiers tomorrow (8.28) and is directed by Mike Moore. Filmed on the streets of Atlanta, scenes include Hip Hop shops the Beat Lab and the Bench, a graffiti backdrop by graff artist “Lerch” and appearances by emcees 4-Ize and Punchline, producer Illastrate, breakdance crew Burn Unit, DJ Dainja and a number of other notable Atlantans in the Hip Hop community. The video also honors the late Jax of Binkis Recs.

Kaos is proud to say, “The video shows a side of the Atlanta Hip Hop community not typically seen on television, a well-rounded, smart, classic side.”

Kaos was voted earlier this year as the Best Atlanta Based Hip Hop Artist of 2008 by local Hip Hop radio show, Beatz & Lyrics (WRFG 89.3FM). He is also featured on DJ Spinna’s new album “Sonic Smash,” the first Atlanta Hip Hop artist to have collaborated with one of New York’s City’s most legendary DJs and producers.

Kaos’ video released earlier this year, “Girls Rock Too Remix” received over 17,000 views on DimeWars. He has interviews on Comcast’s The Stand on Demand and The Smoking Section.

In the past year Kaos has shared the stage with Ice Cube, Sean Price, Roxanne Shanté, Tanya Morgan, Camp Lo and Jeru The Damaja to name a few. His upcoming shows include performances with the Slaughterhouse Tour presenting Joe Budden, Royce The 5’9, Crooked I and Joell Ortiz on Sept. 26 at The Loft and Rakim on Oct. 3 at the East Atlanta Icehouse.

The song “Automatic Classic” is available for purchase on iTunes. The video will be available at or view directly at:


About Señor Kaos: Content, delivery and showmanship are the three core values for Atlanta emcee Señor Kaos, whose unique approach to Hip Hop has sent him around the globe. As an emcee, marketer and blogger, his persona and work ethic makes it hard to disagree with his self-proclaimed title as “Cultural Influencer.” Kaos got his start in the music business at just 15 years old. At the age of 20, he was able to finance, secure distribution and release his own record independently. In 2003, he founded Vintage Imperial, a lifestyle marketing company specializing in viral marketing, product seeding/placement, focus groups, web development and event coordination. He also runs a popular blog called The Kaos Effect.
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