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They also put together a promo video for the project
Hungarian Producer Mr. Joeker who produced the entire Cymarshall Law Album Hip Hop in the Soul has just released for free digital download his first The Inside Man full of new instrumentals and bonus remixes for tracks by , Elzhi , , Kev Brown & More. Mr. Joeker & Cymarshall Law are currently working on a sequel to their first album together.
You can download the project here : Mr. Joeker – The Inside Man Vol 1 http://hosok.hu/egyeb/mr_joeker_the_inside_man.rar
Just making sure that everyone who supported and posted my last album “Where Da Sidewalk Ends” or my songs “Doin My Numbers” “Impeach The Governor (Blago)” and “Mr. Anonymous” is serviced with a copy of my new album “The Light In Da’ Addict” first, which is available now for free downloading. This time around I went the route of a centered around the world of porn addiction and addiction as a whole. Much like the last project its filled with creative rhymes, humor, concepts, stories and my signature sampled based production. It should definitely have the net buzzing this summer. Its already receiving very strong early reviews from www.beatspermil.com (calling it “one of the best albums of the year so far” along with a 9/10 rating) and Miles Raymer of The Chicago Reader.
Feel free to liberally post it on your site along with the cover and banner. You can also re-post “Where Da’ Sidewalk Ends” along side “The Light In Da Addict” being that its all apart of a 3 album series/collection (in sequence with the Shel Silverstein books). with the next album being “The Getting Tree” which will be released in December ’09.
“The Light In Da Addict” is available free for download at www.jaywhoshow.com which is also the link you can post on your site.
If for some reason you have a problem here is an alternative link to “The Light In Da’ Addict”-http://www.filesend.net/download.php?f=9cbff64879dfdfa999b04656fbe0526 although I prefer use of the first link for tracking purposes.
Matt Cali presents “California Grown” The Mixtape a collective of Northern and Southern California’s freshest MC’s !!!
This mixtape is dope beginning to end, featuring material both exclusive and non-exclusive mixed by Nor Cals Mc/Dj himself MAtt Cali!!
M-PHAZES: ‘One Stop Shop Producer’s Conference’ Vlog (Part 2)
M-M-M-M-Phazes Good Gracious. Australia’s golden boy producer is back with part 2 of his vlog series documenting his recent trip to the states, which is centered around his trip to Sha Money’s One Stop Producer’s Conference. Hosted by phazes alter ego, ‘M-Figgidy Phazes’, this vlog documents the second part of his trip, where he first touches down in Phoenix and makes a few detours before the One Stop festivities get underway. Check it out as Phazes stops by Power 98.3 ‘The Pulse’ (shouts to Yaya, Cory Gunz & Termanology).
New Jack Hustle (Shawn Jackson & Newman of Giant Panda)
After a long period between shooting and today, the video for “Lionel” from the New Jack Hustle (Shawn Jackson and Newman of Giant Panda) album “Sound Check” is r
eady for the world.
Filmed on location at the old 360 Vinyl (shout to Kez and the crew) in Portland, OR. and featuring Ohmega Watts (in the video and on the song).
It can be viewed here or on tres records blog.
Koncept feat Donny Goines & 6th Sense
On Day 4 of Brown Bag Season, we present to you a video of KONCEPT, Donny Goines & 6th Sense in the studio recording “Put Your Hands Together”
RELEASE DATE: June 2nd 2009
+ Money I$ King
PRE-ORDER: TRUTH & SOUL
PRESS RELEASE: Lee Fields is a bona-fide, 100%, unadulterated, pure, gut-bucket soul singer. While the crate-digging funk and soul community bestowed “legendary” status upon him due to his undeniably solid series of rare 7″ singles (and one LP) recorded and released on his own independent labels in the 70s, he’s never been one to sit in a dusty corner. New York label/production team Truth & Soul, are ready to bring him to light with a brand new album of beat-heavy, deep soul ballads that will show soul-revivalists the world over what real soul is.
After his rediscovery in the mid 90s, his faithful have featured him on a slew on singles, a full-length on Desco Records entitled “Let’s Get It On’, a full-length on Soul Fire entitled “Problems”, and on Sharon Jones’s critically acclaimed album, “Naturally”. Most recently, he has featured on a number of tracks by French house producer, Martin Solveig. Suprisingly, many of of those songs have become top ten hits for Solveig and have turned Lee Fields into a bonafide celebrity in France and other parts of Europe. Yet, outside of a rabid cult following, his story remained untold in America.
When Truth & Soul rose from Soul Fire’s ashes in 2004, the first mission of label owners/producers Jeff Silverman and Leon Michels, was to record a sweet soul record that would be modeled after the near perfect formula that bands like The Moments, The Delfonics, and The Stylistics had created. But with a decidedly modern bent. The two producer/songwriters were perfect for the job, having dedicated their talents to the likes of Adele, Iggy Pop, Amy Winehouse alongside Just Blaze, Ghostface Killah and Jay Z
Turning their attention to Lee Fields, the duo wanted an album full of music that was both tough as nails and sweet as honey. They wanted ballads laced with lush strings and smooth vocal harmonies layered over a hard-hitting rhythm section. Michels and Silverman enlisted the service of a the group of New York studio musicians that have provided the back drop for records by The Dap Kings, Amy Winehouse, Bronx River Parkway, El Michels Affair and TV on The Radio. Those musicians include Leon Michels, Homer Steinweiss, Quincy Bright, Nick Movshon, Thomas Brenneck, Toby Pazner, Aaron Johnson, Dave Guy, Michael Leonhart, and members of legendary doo-wop group, The Del-Larks.
Four years later and Lee Fields & The Expressions have successfully created a unique and personal sound that can hold court with the bands they set out to emulate. However, what they’ve created in the process goes beyond just a carbon copy of a sweet soul music from the 60′s and early 70′s. The formula has remained the same but the style has been adapted for the ears of youngsters whose experiences with soul began with Amy, not Al, Otis and Marvin. Thirty years of retrospection has colored this cross-generational melding of the minds. It sounds odd on paper, but the results are classic: hip hop-reared record collectors come full circle to produce an album of beautiful soul music with one of the progenitors who made it all possible.
the way into September. We began recording these new tracks back in November so that we wouldn’t compromise any quality in the slightest…and now we’re ready to officially unleash Brown Bag Season!
Hope you enjoy the madness!
KONCEPT feat Donny Goines & 6th Sense “Put Your Hands Together”
(produced by DJ Goo)
The Audible Doctor (Emcee/Producer)
Soul Khan (Emcee)
DJ E Holla (DJ)
Deejay Element (DJ)
DJ Goo (DJ)
J-Love – DJ Threat’s Still Missed
J-Love feat Action Bronson – Another Victory
Pugs Atomz f 6th Sense (prod. by Ill Poetic) – Winners
First leak off the upcoming mixtape from Pugs Atomz, Road to the Top, presented by 2DopeBoyz x FakeShoreDrive. Be sure to check out both sites for leaks leading up to the release in a few weeks. Then after the tape, Pugs will be dropping his official album; with the lead single (Wait & See featuring Sadat X) hitting iTunes on June 1st.
Serious Freestyle from Torae
“Lay It Down”:
Custom Made’s “New Life”:
Sandpeople – Money Is On The Mind
The Song: Money Is On The Mind
Being part of a hip-hop crew comes with benefits – never get lonely on the road, never run out of song ideas, the more the merrier, right? Sure, right up until show money and royalty checks need to get split. So Sandpeople, a 10-member hip-hop collective repping Portland, Oregon, have a lot of mouths to feed, and just like Wu needed C.R.E.A.M. back in ’93, in 2009, Sandpeople are in pursuit of that almighty greenback with “Money On Their Minds,” from Long Story, Short… the Pacific Northwest collective’s new studio EP.
Over a slick vocal sample, hard drums, guitar loops, and synth stabs courtesy of producer/rapper, Sapient, crew members Al-One, Ethic, Mo-B, Sapient, Gold, and Onlyone trade tales about the struggle, hustle, and hopes of an independent artist. Highlighting his own grind and aspirations, Ethic raps, “We gotta hustle strong ’till the customer’s gone/ ‘Till the rented van turns into a bus that we’re on/ And independent plans turns all of us into dons/ ‘Cause the business plan holds up just as much as the song does Yeah, it’s all love/ But it’s all from our own pockets, and we can’t eat off a small buzz.” While the jury is still out on the success of that business plan, the verdict on the song is in – Sandpeople have a great one on their hands with “Money Is On Their Minds.”
The latest track from Finale’s debut album A Pipe Dream & A Promise, “Issues,” traces the difficulties of growing up in a less than ideal situation and doing what you have to do to make the best of it. Supported by the electronic beat of Swiss producer Dimlite, Finale spits verses of true stories about those who have had to face adversity in their life. Finale offered this explanation of the track: “When I got the beat, Dimlite just sent me the drums and I wrote it within an hour. I thought of the craziest and most real stories. I think rappers forget to show the moral of the story. I think they are so used to telling the outlandish, most gangsteriffic crap, they forget to tell the stories that people can relate to, like teen pregnancy, like my mom was 15 when she had me.”
The song wraps up with a monologue by Prince Whip-A-Whip, a Bronx native rapper and former member of the Cold Crush Brothers, who reminds us of the underlying passion, substance, and self-expression that marked the experience of the early days of hip-hop in the Bronx.
A Pipe Dream And A Promise is now available everywhere.