Vote For Former New Artist Spotlight Alum, Remot!! Remot has been killing it lately with projects from Mick Boogie’s camp and a newly released EP with Mekka Don. Help dude out by voting for him in the K-OS remix contest
This is what you gotta do: (it’s not complicated, i promise)
1. Go here: http://www.indabamusic.com/submissions/show/4900
2. Click on “Vote For Me” and wait for a pop up
3. It will ask for your email. Enter your email and click OK and wait for a confirmation Email
4. Check the email you input and just click the confirmation link.
5. Repeat this for ANY other emails you might have just to get that extra 2-3 votes. It’ll matter!
Zshare link for the song: http://www.zshare.net/audio/5384091864eb2584/
From our good friends at Culture VI
One of my favorite people in hip-hop. We sat down to talk about what indie artists need to focus on. Spoke about everything from performing to 401K plans. A really, really smart dude. I’ll be filming a video feature on him in the studio recording for his new album. Gonna be dope!!
Here’s a track I did with Words called “sinatra” for my album “ninety-four” last year in case you don’t have it (either to post or for your own personal listening pleasure). Thanks!!!
And here’s me performing “sinatra” (without Words). We’re gonna be filming a video to this next month.
From the mixtape DINNER IS SERVED, dropping in Philly on Jan. 31 (physical copies) at Nico’s mixtape release party, worldwide Feb. 2 (download).
Nico the Beast f/ , Nex Millen
produced by Alex Wood
Another day, another remix! This time Charlie Smarts is the man on display. The mulit talented, muilt-membered Kooley High presents . Charlie remixes People Under The Stairs’ “ ” and makes the track his own. Enjoy and tell your friends that Kooley High is coming!
ALSO….two songs featuring Tab-One of Kooley High.
also here’s the link to the “One Day” Hip Hop Documentary which is being released this month.
+ Tab-One’s “Flow Glow” Prod. by Jake One:
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+ Tab-One’s “New Year Revolution” Video:
+ “One Day” Hip Hop documentary starring , Skyzoo and Kooley High Preview:
“2 dope boyz” is myself and my partner in
Together known as Definition in the early 2000′s, we haven’t dropped anything as a group in a while.
Zone and I will be releasing his debut album/mixtape (i hate the word mixtape, its nearly all original material) withand Terry Urban, entitled “That Dude’s Mixtape” this March.
Featuring the likes of T3 (), Naledge ( ), Pryslezz, Dwele, and myself.
We will both be touring out the midwest (and possibly
Video for “Tobacco & Snow Covered Roads”
The Jake Music Group announced today that the “New:Magic:E.P. – The Aggressive Soul Remixes” from new artist Crew54 and The Jake will be released online on January 27, 2009. Available exclusively at TheJakeBeats.Blogspot.Com, the album will be a re-visioning of the Crew54′s classic 2007 album “Aggressive Soul”, released by Millennium VII Entertainment.
“New:Magic:E.P. – The Aggressive Soul Remixes” picks up where the earlier genius of Kanye West, 9th Wonder and Murs left off. “Man, I just loved that rawness and soulfulness of The College Dropout and 3:16 The 9th Edition, and the aggressiveness and excitement of the MCs,” New Hampshire beatsmith The Jake emphatically states. “Combining my sample-based beats with a hungry, aggressive group like Crew54 just made sense to me.” Crew54′s work has been featured on popular hip-hop music websites Hip Hop Game, Zilla Says and Black Man With A Blog.
With a golden-era vibe updated for today’s streets, the first single, “Stay On It” (featuring Lower Life Form) describes the real grind that goes along with trying to make a name for yourself: “Trying to take it day by day, but days are getting shorter/We on the grind in these streets trying to collect supporters,” flatly states G-Christ, while partner Brew’s infectious hook urges his fellow M.C.’s to “stay on it” all day, every day.
The “New:Magic:E.P. – The Aggressive Soul Remixes” contains 6 solid tracks, all produced by The Jake. The tale
nted producer has laced tracks for MCs such as Median (Justus League), Rapsody (9th’s – It’s a Wonderful World), K-Hill (Kick-a-Verse), Rashid Hadee (Neblina), D.Rose (Soul Spazm) &, Sene (Shaman Work). The Jake has also produced songs for rappers with a heavy street following Lower Life Form, Flow Factory, and Jermiside of the Red Giants
Now available for free download is the “Wondabat…Where Art Thou?” mixtape from Flux of the Binkis Recs! fam. The 9-track mix features production from Ras, Madlib, , , King Lenario, Willie Evans Jr and Zo. Plus guest appearances from The Hheads and !
Free Download: Flux “Wondabat…Where Art Thou?”
For more info, check out: Myspace.com/Binkis
Rhyme Derby feat. Seminole Sport – Download Link:
80′s Baby - Download Link:
About the album:
Rack-Lo The Lo-Life legend (Spit Factory) teams up with Krohme of Godsendant Music to bring you another Hip Hop classic “Beat Down Season” On this joint, Rack-Lo incorporates a Military landscape while penning some classic songs that will hit the people for real. The CD contains 12 songs and features some of Rack-Lo’s partners in rhyme; Fi-Lo, Malik-Lo, Mafiasco, Krohme, Atari Blitzkrieg, Little Indian and Timbo King of Wu-Tang fame plus Spit Factory’ youngest in charge Seminole Sport. Songs such as; “I’m Doing Me” “Rhyme Derby”, “Instructionz”, “Beat Down Season”, “Love Song” and “80′s Baby” will surely touch listeners. The entire album was produced by Krohme of Godsendant Music. Album is on sale now at iTunes, Amazon, Rhapsody, Napster and all other major digital spots for downloading.
1. I’m Doing Me
2. Rhyme Derby feat. Seminole Sport
4. 3 Kings
5. Beat Down Season feat. Fi-Lo, Seminole Sport, Malik-Lo, Krohme
6. Money feat. Mafiasco
7. Play The Encore feat. Atari Blitzkrieg
8. I’m Rack
9. Money, Hoes & Clothes feat. Seminole Sport
10. Love Song
11. 80′s Baby
12. Solid Gold Remix feat. Timbo King, Little Indian, Atari Blitzkrieg
Westcoast legend…. A remix album filled with Cube and cameo’s….
Fell free to post and : 5th of January 2009
A. Pinks “Will Rap 4 Food” Mixtape AVAILABLE NOW!!!
01-Think Pinks Intro
04- I Go In
06-In My Own World (prod. by Astronote)
07-Who Got The Juice?
08-Colors ft. Sha Stimuli, Malik-16
09-Mocha Soul ft. Nobody Famous, Rymz Well (prod. by Nobody Famous)
10-Meatloaf ft. Film Skool Rejekts (prod. Cyrus The Great)
11-The Illest ft. Canibus (prod. by Grand Larceny)
12-X-Complex (prod. by K-Salaam)
13-Politics As Usual
14-Buy You Some ft. Emilio Rojas (prod by. M-Phazes)
15-On Fire ft. Skyzoo (prod by. Cookin’ Soul)
16-Held Me Down (prod. by Frequency)
17-Hold My Ground (prod. by Boulawan)
18-What’s Happenin’ ft. Skinny C, Rymz Well, Nobody Famous
(prod. by Nobody Famous)
19-Incredible ft. Mickey Factz, Skyzoo, Torae
20-Think Pinks Outro
22-Hit The Lights(I’m On!) (prod. by Baritone)
Peace & Love~
Thanks For The Support.
Held Me Down (Hip-Hop)
01.EMiNEM Ft.50 CENT & Dr.DRE-Crack A Bottle(FINAL VERSION)
02.50 Cent – Heartless
03.N.O.R.E. ft. Capone, , Ron Brownz-Rotate
04.B-Real Ft. Damian Marley-Fire
05.Josh Franks Ft. T.I., & Bun-B-Dro By Da Pound (Dirty)
07.GZA(Genius) ft. Bronze Nazareth-7 pounds
08.50 Cent-I Get It In
09.Freeway ft.Lloyd Banks-Reperations
10.Swizz Beatz ft. Lil Wayne-Up In This Club
11.Grandmaster Flash Ft. Busta Rhymes-Bounce Back
12.Hot Stylz Ft. Slim, Yung Joc-Ooh Yeah
13.Grandmaster Flash Ft. Red Cafe, , Lynn Carter-Swagger
14.Kid Cudi-Sky High
15.Jay Rock, Problem, Bangloose, Yung Bruh-Bonified Hustla
16.Max B-So Wavy(rmx)
DOWNLOAD: Excess Bangers 8: “Practice” Makes “Playoffs” (Sharebee)
Making a stronger impression than any single live performer on the rigid Philly hiphop scene in the past year, MAGr has convincingly expedited themselves to the penthouse floor of the local live performance circuit. Sharing stages with the likes of Redman, Buckshot, Pharoah Monche, Souls of Mischief, Mr. Lif, Blu and fellow Illadelph juggerknot Reef the Lost Cauze, MAGr’s rowdy, yet inviting live performances have garnered uncontested praise from fans and peers alike…
Spending the better half of the decade paying dues as young soloists, defining their individual styles and waiting patiently in long-standing shadows of Philadelphia’s ‘Footwerk Generation’ of independent hip-hop trailblazers, Distant Starr & Al Mighty eventually joined forces to create a style bigger than the limelight… Like a northeastern Outkast, rarely does a rap duo present such a contagious, nearly impossible chemistry in their sound. Distant’s free-form musical aesthetic and imagery are bold, but seamless complements to Al Mighty’s abrasive punch lines and laidback city swagger, which emanates on record, stage and camera. With a ca
talog already over 100 tracks and no formal release to date, the upcoming No News is Good News album is only snapshot of the things to come from this refreshing combo.
Somobe – Buildin
GZA f/ – 7 Pounds (Official Remix)