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Reel Wolf Records Presents Psych Ward “Street Slime” Coming February 29th, 2012 Also dropping: J Nyce “Vaults of Horror Vol. 4”
All hard copies of the album can be purchased at: http://www.reelwolf.com/store All Digital sales will be available on iTunes Feb. 29th.
New Video “ENTER THE PSYCH WARD” Coming Soon
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#Justsayin’ featuring Sadat X (of the Legendary Brand Nubian Crew) is the second single from Fokis’ recently released “A Vintage State Of Mind” Mixtape (Hosted By Sadat X & Mixed By DJ Chonz) Scratches performed by DJ Chonz.
Download Fokis’ “A Vintage State Of Mind” Mixtape (Hosted by Sadat X & DJ Chonz): http://fokis.bandcamp.com/album/a-vintage-state-of-mind-mix-tape
MP3 DL link to Fokis f/Sadat X “#Justsayin”: http://fokis.bandcamp.com/track/justsayin-ft-sadat-x
Twitter: @Fokeezy @Sadatx @Djchonz
How about some free albums from the man that is Rain? Ooh go on then.
“Rain is a London based artist that has already received attention from some of the main tastemakers in the UK as well as clocking up airplay on BBC 1Xtra, Kiss FM, Choice FM and most leading urban pirate & internet radio shows, as featuring on numerous blogs and on-line magazines. ‘Rains World’ is his brand new mixtape that is hosted by the legendary UK powerhouse Mykal Million and features collaborations with R’n’B superstar Trey Songz, as well as Blade Brown, Haze from Eurogang, Katie Pearl and Money Mayhem and production from Trackspros, Paperchase, Tha Bizness, Focus and Ben Rosan. Rain’s definitely got the internet going nuts with this one. Along with the brand new release Rain has also dropped a brand new video for ‘No How No Way’ featuring Money Mayhem, which is the third music video from this project. Well produced and well executed this release is something you need on your iPod right now!”
01 – Out My Window (Prod. by Trackspros)
02 – No How No Way Feat. Money Mayhem
03 – Styling On You
04 – My Hustle Feat. Blade Brown
05 – Calling Me (Prod. by Paperchaser)
06 – If I Told You Feat. Trey Songz (Prod. by Tha Bizness)
07 – Special Feat. Katie Pearl (Prod. by Focus)
08 – Don’t Understand Me
09 – Skit – Ty Nitty from Infamous Mobb
10 – On This Trip Feat. Haze
11 – 48 Laws
12 – Too Many Times
13 – I’m Leaving (Prod. by Trackspros)
14 – Love Me Or Hate Me
15 – Leave Me Alone (Prod. by Ben Rosen)
16 – Wasted Years
Really heavy track from Swift Kirabo. I’m always a sucker for straight story telling, and this track gives it. Swift has some really tight flow so be expecting us to be posting more of his stuff in the near future.
“The video is about two close friends who grow up with each other and slowly separate ways due to their different lifestyle and soon after they lose contact they become enemies see how this happens”
“Cookin’ Up A Classic is the latest single off Circa ’95 debut album “FREE LUNCH”. It is an ode’ to that time when we would listen to mixtapes, with dope scratching and raw lyrics. Inspired by Nas and Dj Premier, this was our opportunity to bring it to the modern times. The track was produced by J57 of The Brown Bag All Stars and features cuts by DJ Charlie Hustle of the RDAC. We shot the video on a day trip to Hunter Mountain. Being fans of snowboarding it only made sense for us to take a camera and show everyone how we get down. Reph is good on the board for a city kid and Patty is new to the sport but learning quickly. One thing is we aren’t afraid of trying something new. We don’t mind falling because somehow we just get right back up. Look out for our future releases, as they promise to be even more ground breaking and unconventional.”
Too Many Ts are a perfect example of why I love hip-hop, no bullshit gimmicks just fun. Check their latest episode of “Too Many TVs” and get a first look at their song “Big Time Charlie”, which they’re asking people to help make a video for.
Stealf, the producer and backbone of the De Facto Entertainment imprint, has dropped this new free download project that is well worth checking out. Kicking off with a huge cypher called “Coming For The Top Spot” we soon get into some interesting solo tracks from US artists such Solomon D’Augustine, Jackitdown Brown, Nu JerZey Devil, before getting some quality Uk material from the likes of Big Dutty Deeze, Mista Flix and Clas-Sick. St. Laz’s ‘You Can’t Go Back’ is one of the projects highlights as is the Stealf Remix of S. Kalibre’s ‘Say Peace’ which feature Kashmere, Sonny Jim, D Gritty & Genesis Elijah. On the whole this is a well rounded project and some both fans of UK and US Rap should enjoy. Make sure you grab this from this direct link now – http://www.defactoentertainment.com/releases.
Just in case you missed them, peep these videos from the project –
West Coast veteran Planet Asia’s new album ‘Black Belt Theatre’ drops tomorrow (28/02/2012), and to celebrate we have “No Apologies,” his historic collaboration with East Coast don Raekwon of Wu-Tang Clan, produced by fellow Cali native Oh No.
The blaxploitation-inspired album ‘Black Belt Theatre’ also features appearances from Talib Kweli, Paul Wall, Ras Kass, CampLo, Strong Arm Steady, Fashawn, Willie The Kid, Mistah FAB, Torae, Rasco, and many more.
Link to Planet Asia ft. Raekwon (prod. by Oh No): “No Apologies”: http://naturesounds.bandcamp.com/track/no-apologies