"Myspace Feel The Music Series" Brings Iconic DJ's to New York, Los Angeles and San Francisco
Courtesy Greg Miller.
Free Performances Will Take Place in New York (10/20), San Francisco (11/1) And Los Angeles (11/17)
October 12, 2012 - Myspace is excited to announce a free three-city "Myspace Feel the Music" DJ concert series that will feature an all-star line-up of iconic DJs, including Chromeo & Questlove in New York, DJ Z-Trip and Switch in San Francisco and DJ Jazzy Jeff in Los Angeles. Denon is sponsoring the series in conjunction with the launch of its new line of lifestyle-focused headphones. Free admission will be given to fans that RSVP at www.myspace.com/feelthemusic on a first-come, first-serve basis.
Happy Halloween!!! In order to celebrate this fun time of year the homie Nature is dropping this record to let you know how Halloween goes down in the projects. Produced by Sickness from the good people over at DCM. Free download for all, enjoy!
I'll be performing in Atlanta, Denver, Ft. Collins, and Toronto the next two months. If you're going to be in any of the cities below let's connect:
10/18 @ Euphoria Lounge - Denver, CO
10/19 @ Hodi's Half Note - Ft. Collins, CO
11/17 @ El Mocambo - Toronto, CANADA
AVAILABLE FOR FEATURES
I get hit up almost every day for features but never really had the time/opportunity to do most of them. I've been able to clear out my schedule to knock out more during the next few months. Producers & artists, if you're interested in a Soul Khan feature please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. My manager will go over details to see if we can make something happen. Serious inquiries only please!
Freeway, hip-hop’s original bearded luminary, is excited to unveil the first single from his upcoming album, Diamond In The Ruff, which is now set to be released on November 27th via Babygrande Records. Titled “Jungle,” Philly Free’s futuristic yet animalistic banger premiered on Pitchfork earlier this morning.
A follow-up to his feature on Stalley’s track of the same name last October, Freeway breakdowns the risks, rewards, and rules of life in the concrete jungle, with a specific focus on pushing product. In true Freeway fashion, “Jungle” utilizes a rich and punchy percussion-heavy style of production, topped with a synthesized string, brass, and church choir sustain and complete with squealing synth arpeggiated accents, that doesn't overshadow his gritty flow, but rather provides a solid foundation for him to spit on. The hook says everything he wants you to know: “Let me show you how we do it in the jungle/ Make work tumble, move it by the bundle.”