In an undisclosed location out in the middle of West Citris, New Jeruzalum, DJ Brownbum goes deep in the crates with a few contributions from The Custodian of Records for Vol. 3 of Jersey Radio.
1. Biz Markie – A One Two
2. – Princess of The Posse
3. Word of Mouth – Coast to Coast
4. Ministers of Black – Step Into My Office
5. – Freestyle
6. Redman – Funkarama
7. Milkbone – How Yah Like It
8. Ready Ta Role – Drug Game
9. Apache – Gangsta B#tch
10. Double XX Posse – Not Gonna Be Able To Do It
11. Lords of The Underground – Chief Rocka
12. Channel Live feat. KRS One – Mad Izm
13. Rotten Raskalz – Oh Yeah
14. Naughty By Nature – Guard Ya Grill
15. Twin Hype – Do It To the Crowd
16. – 900 Number
Free Download: Jersey Radio Vol. 3
I haven’t had a chance to check this yet, but DJ Gemz passed this onto me, and I always find all female comps interesting. A little variety as far as time periods, so check it out and let her know what you think. Click on the pic to download
2) Queen Latifah – UNITY
3) Lauryn Hill – Doo Wop
4) The Herbaliser – The Blend
5) Roxanne Shante – Bite This
6) RatheMC ft. Kid Cudi – Me and My
7) Foxy Brown ft. Sizzla – Come Fly With Me
2nd Fes Taylor Single
Fes Taylor is officially releasing the official 2nd single from his album, Inspectah Deck Presents Fes Taylor: Flight 10304 (T-2 Fly). The track is titled, House Wife Ho and it features Mr. Prezident. It is produced by Blastah Beatz. The B-Side of this 2nd single is included and it features Inspectah Deck.
OFFICIAL 2nd SINGLE
Fes Taylor f/ Mr. Prezident – House Wife Ho (Inspectah Deck Presents…Flight 10304 In-Stores Now!)
OFFICIAL B-SIDE to 2nd SINGLE
Fes Taylor f/ Inspectah Deck – The Streets (Inspectah Deck Presents…Flight 10304 In-Stores Now!)
General Steele “NO SLEEP TILL BUCKTOWN” featuring Boot Camp Clik, Ruste Juxx, The Representativz & Young Coke
General Steele calls in the troops! “No Sleep Till Bucktown” features Louisville, Top Dog & Rock of Boot Camp Clik, along with Ruste Juxx, The Representativz & Young Coke.
DL Link to “No Sleep Till Bucktown”:
Finale – Heat
The Song: Heat
“Heat” prod. by J Dilla
The successes of J Dilla have served as inspiration and driving motivation for all Detroit artists. For Finale, who himself received a personal Dilla co-sign early in his career, it’s only fitting that the emcee has a song on his a
lbum, A Pipe Dream And A Promise, produced by the late legend. That song is appropriately titled “Heat.” Speaking about creating the song and being able to work with Dilla, Finale says, “It was off a beat CD, but it was done before he passed away and I was able to build with him about it before he passed. I did three joints with him off the beat CDs he sent me; ‘Heat’ ended up being one of the joints we did. I look at that joint more like a tribute”
Featuring hard drums and distorted chops, “Heat” finds Finale spitting a braggadocio-filled stream-of-consciousness flow that showcases the Detroit emcee’s ability to rip a mic. Showing off his smooth wordplay and seamless flow, Finale raps, “Be a needle, we need you to get in the groove / Don’t sleep, keep it rolling / I’m a truck, I live in Michigan/ But Chilly never been in my forecast, like Usher / Won’t change, even with the aftermath, like Busta.” Closing out the song is a live performance clip of an impassioned Finale chanting J Dilla’s name in tribute to the fallen legend. The ultimate tribute, though, is keeping the producer’s name alive with great music, and with “Heat,” Finale does just that.
A Pipe Dream And A Promise is now available everywhere.
Soulstic f/ Supastition & Angelina – Beyond Borders
After leaking the first track (“Unfold” f/Oddisee) last week from his forthcoming LP, Beyond Borders, today Soulstice has unveiled the title track and had this to say about its creation.
“It wasn’t until we were a few songs into recording “Beyond Borders” that I came up with the name and concept for the album. After that moment, I knew I wanted to get artists from as many different countries as possible while still keeping the album cohesive. Supastition is from the crop of North Carolina artists that have recently gained prominence on the indie scene. Like myself, Supa’s toured all over Europe, so I knew he’d have a great perspective to add to my title track and his lyrics are always dope. Angelina hails from Moscow and currently resides in London. Her family, all musicians, left the Soviet Union seeking musical freedom. After previewing some of her music, I discovered that she both sings and does a cool rap, spoken word kinda thing. I insisted that she do both on “Beyond Borders.” Russia also has a special significance for me and for this project since my first trip abroad was a six-week stay in St. Petersburg, Russia. This embodies many of the themes that inspired the album.”
DL link to Soulstice f/Supastition & Angelina “Beyond Borders” (produced by SBe): http://www.zshare.net/audio/597098117a53f0f0/
Marco Polo & Torae unveil their second track off the “Double Barrel” album in stores June 2nd. “Party Crashers,” the title speaks for itself. If Marco Polo & Torae aren’t on ‘the list’, you may want to think about adding them immediately.
Download The Track Here:
Cymarshall Law Freestyle Over Jadakiss Kiss My Ass Beat