PR: Styles P Becomes "Master of Ceremonies" on October 4th
Courtesy of Geo @ E1.
Styles P -- MC, songwriter, CEO and author -- is set to release his long-awaited fourth studio album, "Master of Ceremonies," on eOne Music on October 4, 2011. The album features fellow D-Block members Sheek Louch and Jadakiss, as well as hip hop heavyweights Lloyd Banks, Rick Ross, Busta Rhymes, Pharrell, Pharoahe Monch, Aja, Rell and Avery Storm. Additionally, Pete Rock, Black Saun, Statik Selekta, Warren G, AraabMuzic, J. Music House, Phonix, Reef and others handle production. Styles'new single, "Harsh" features Rick Ross and Busta Rhymes is a classic Styles street anthem, and is at urban radio now.
Styles says, "'Master of Ceremonies' is a body of work that follows the finest lyrically tuned MCs. Point blank, period. It was made with respect of the craft."
The prolific rapper first came onto the scene as a member of the Lox (with Sheek Louch and Jadakiss), and the group released three successful albums and penned numerous hits for the Bad Boy label. Quickly earning the reputation as one of hip hop's most respected lyricists, Styles since then has continued to work with Sheek and Jada as a third of D-Block, and has released 14 mixtapes, as well as 3 solo albums.
Last year, Styles also released his first novel Invincible (One World/Random House) to much acclaim. He also co-owns Juices For Life, a juice bar in the Bronx, which can also be seen in the video for "It's OK."
DJ Mars x Adele x Rob Dinero x Ne-Yo x Pitbull Remixes
Courtesy: DJ Mars.
What's good party people. Its crazy,school is back in session and its still 200 degrees outside. Thanks to all of my Team Keri crew,I've been having an amazing summer. Every concert has been a blast,and every afterparty filled to capacity. Also,thank you to my man Steve Harvey for booking me two years in a row. The 2011 Hoodie Awards were crazy. We had Vegas on smash. Thanks again bro!
To all my dj's rocking from club to club,city to city...I have two new remixes for that crate of yours. Me and my brother Dj Rob Dinero cooked up this future classic..."Rolling in the deep" x Adele. But wait sucka's,that's not all. For all my party rocking dj's,I have a Dj Mars reedit of "Everything Tonite" by Pitbull and Ne-Yo. Its a reworking of the Afrojack remix. As an added bonus I put my vocal accapella in there as well! As I always say,"download now and thank me later"! http://www.mediafire.com/?6k6tzic98iyv893 .
With the summer ending it only means one thing...CAU HOMECOMING 2011...details to come...Don't just watch the throne,pay attention to who is sitting in it!
"Gucci Gucci" Gets Remixed By South London MC Giggs, NYC Secret Show Footage Hits The Web
Amidst the chatter on the Interwebs about who she is and supposedly isn't, Kreayshawn is steadily conquering the airwaves and growing her empire. The pint-sized director and unlikely fashion icon recently traveled outside of the US for the first time ever to perform in France and England and continues to zig-zag across the country to handle radio and press, much to her kitties' dismay, who wait patiently for her return to Cali.
The song that started it all, "Gucci Gucci," has taken on a life of its own, with dozens of people posting their remixes and "how to do your make-up like Kreayshawn" tutorials on YouTube. Now, hot on the heels of Weezy's and Trey Songz' mixtape versions of the song, "Gucci Gucci" is getting the royal treatment, compliments of South London-based rapper Giggs. Crowned Best UK Hip-Hop Act at the 2009 BET Awards and recently signed to XL Recordings, Giggs jumps on the first verse of the song with his deep, monotone drone, that paired with Kreayshawn's higher register, paints the song a different color. Giggs is hungry and wants that "peanut butter jelly." Ladies, guard your Lunchables.
Also, for those who couldn't make Kreayshawn's secret fans-only private show last month in New York, here's footage capturing her day leading up to her performance with sidekick L1L D3BB13: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v59nBL8hLfc .
Long Island's Hollywood Peoples drops his debut leak, "Definition Of A Man", which made its online premier, courtesy of the fine folks over at DJBooth.net. The single, which is taken from Hollywood's forthcoming mixtape, True Hollywood Story, breaks down the complexities of maintaining while on his path to glory. The anthemic production is supplied by FnZ, who flips a sample from arena-rock hitmakers Styx’ "Crystal Ball". "I ain't got the knowledge of a prophet, but I profit off the land, cause I'm just a definition of a man". DOWNLOAD:
Signed to Drumma Boy's Drum Squad imprint, New Orleans native, Allie Baby, is ready to unleash new music with a vengence on her new mixtape 12:47 hosted by DJ Smallz featuring Young Buck, OJ Da Juiceman, Don Trip, Gangsta Boo, Rantz Davis and production from Drumma Boy & Mannie Fresh.