Video: Dorrough Explains Different Levels of Lean & Dangers
DJ Vlad: "Ice Cream Paint Job" rapper Dorrough explains the different levels of lean, revealing that there are different stages of potency, with the strongest being "muddy," which Dorrough says will physically effect you in the biggest way. Dorrough also speaks about new music he's working on, including a mixtape with French Montana & DJ Smallz and possibly a new project with DJ Drama.
Available NOW after heavy fan-demand the last couple years is Panacea's most critically-acclaimed release, The Scenic Route. This special version of the CD commemorates the 5-year anniversary of the album's release in Fall of 2k7 and features an ALL NEW art design by Rodrigo Pradel (rodrigopradel.com) + 6 exclusive BONUS remixes from the 2009 companion project- The Re-Route.
Aside from the fact it's STILL half-off all merch at myself & Random's shared bandcamp site (till year's end), we also set-up this cool "Triple Play" option you can grab for $19.99, which features ALL the physical versions of music from the Forever Famicom series; Including the original & DLC 2 albums on CD, as well as the limited-edition 7" vinyl pressing of the single for "The Girl with the Make-Up", PLUS, to complete your collection of all FF-related releases, you get a FREE download of DLC 1 too! Act fast as supplies are LIMITED! Also, Ran & I do still plan on releasing a "Game Of The Year Edition" of Forever Famicom next year, but this is your best bet to get the whole collection right now!
I got one more release before the year's out, plus something special I'll be giving all you loyal subscribers in my next and last email blast of 2k12, so stay tuned...
With "Qllection" Q-Fingaz gives you a versatile mixture of boom bap, funky and smooth, even jazz influenced beats. Perfectly combined with some of Hip Hops best Masters of Ceremony from legendary Masta Ace to Hieros Casual, Punchline of EMC and J. Sands, to name a few.
After moving to London from Scotland Show N Prove has established himself as one of the top British producers collaborating with both major acts and underground artists. At the end of 2011 he released a successful compilation of instrumentals to round up his years contributions to the scene.
With a catalogue that is unmatched by many, Moka Only is often considered to be a pioneer and driving force behind Canadian West Coast hip hop, as well as an important component in popularizing the art of freestyling in Victoria and Vancouver. In the 13+ years since his debut, Moka Only has released more than 50 albums, both solo and collaborative. He records under a variety of aliases, with the most popular being Ron Contour, Flow Torch and The Durable Mammal. He has been a contributing member of numerous groups and collectives, including Perfect Strangers, Code Name: Scorpion, Cryptic Souls Crew, The Dominant Mammals, City Planners, Nowfolk and Swollen Members, along with many others. Amongst all of that, Moka has worked with underground hip hop heroes like J Dilla, Aceyalone, OH NO, MF Doom, Buck 65, K-Os, Sixtoo and more.
- The latest in Moka’s annual Christmas album series.
- Featuring guest spots from Aro and LMNO.
- Album now available on URBNET.
Ma$e chats several interesting things with Sway including his new life as a free agent, reason for leaving the No Way Out Tour years ago, past talks with G-Unit and more. There’s a particularly interesting soundbite at 5:10 -- "You know how Puff is, I love him, but he’s gonna cut your arm off to get free – when you finally get free, you’re gonna have an invisible leg or something."
Wais P & Action Bronson Take the Boat on "Staten Island Ferry"
As NYC's favorite panderer Wais P inches closer to the December 27th release date of his forthcoming mixtape PV$$Y RICH, the Brooklyn veteran shares the wealth with Flushing's Action Bronson on "Staten Island Ferry." Produced by Sebb (Kool G Rap, Prodigy, Tony Yayo, Big Noyd), the crosstown duo chef up a pimped out banger that's as lyrical as it is comical.
Masta Killa is currently celebrating the release of his new album Selling My Soul, but he hasn't forgotten about his late, great Wu-Tang Clan comrade Ol' Dirty Bastard. Joining forces with Raw Rolling Papers, Masta Killa has included a limited-edition "Ooh Baby I Like It Raw" shirt in the deluxe version of his new album, paying homage to one of ODB's most famous quotables. Now, Masta Killa and Raw are giving fans a chance to win one of the limited-edition shirts in a new contest.
Answer the question below to win a shirt, plus a copy of Selling My Soul on CD and a handful of Raw Rolling Papers. Three of these prize packs will be available, for the top three entrants. To celebrate the contest, we're also including "Dirty Soul", Killa's ODB tribute track, which appears on Selling My Soul. Check out the track here.
Contest question: Which songs did Masta Killa and Ol' Dirty Bastard appear on together? Name as many as you can. Email all entries to firstname.lastname@example.org.