Audio: Cappadonna f/ Show Stopper "In The Dungeon"
Courtesy Matt B.
While he joined Busta Rhymes & Canibus on the JP Beats produced “CB4” from JP Beats “The Warning’ Compilation (11-6-2012) and commingles with his comrades on RZA’s “The Man With The Iron Fists” OST on the Wu-Tang Clan reunion track “Six Directions Of Boxing” and the upcoming Wu-Tang Clan & D-Block project "Wu-Block" (11-27-2012), Wu-Tang Clan's tenth official member, Cappadonna, returns with his own forthcoming double-CD, 'Eyrth, Wynd & Fyre,' which will be released in January 2013 on RBC Records. "In The Dungeon" is produced by J Glaze (who has previously produced for Method Man, INS Deck, Young Money, Q-Tip, Kurupt, Green Lantern, Nicole Wray, NYoil, JoJo Pellegrino etc) and shows that Capp’s “PLO Flow” is just as sharp as ever.
Press Release: 10 Year Anniversary of Sportn' Life Records
Courtesy Sportn' Life.
SEATTLE, WA – Nov. 2012 – Sportn’ Life Records announced today that it will celebrate its 10-year anniversary with a show that includes the label’s entire roster of talent on stage. The 2D kickoff will be held on November 21, at Barboza Night Club, 925 E Pike St.
The celebration will highlight every artist currently represented by Sportn’ Life Records. This impressive roster includes Fatal Lucciauno, Spac3man, Marissa, Fly Moon Royalty and Larry Hawkins & Davey Jones. D.Black, now Nissim, will be making his comeback-after-retirement performance. Each artist exemplifies a unique sound and an unparalleled stage performance.
“We’re excited to have the entire Sportn’ Life family together for the 10-year anniversary celebration, all in one place at one time,” said DeVon Manier, President and Co-Founder, Sportn’ Life Records. “I’m proud of what we’ve accomplished together as a group over the years and look forward to continuing to grow the company with the consulting and management division, and more,” Manier said.
11 full length projects and 57 singles released 2002-2012
Released first single on vinyl in 2002: D.Black “You need a Thug” & Last Men Standing “We Are”. Both songs were produced and recorded by Seattle’s legendary Vitamin D.
Hosted label showcases at Bumbershoot Festival and the Capitol Hill Block Party.
Performed national festivals such as SXSW in Austin, TX and CMJ, in NYC.
Shared the stage with some of the industry’s top names, including Nas, Ice Cube, Wu Tang Clan, Mos Def, Big Boi, Sharon Jones & the Dap Kings, Girl Talk, Allen Stone and more.
Garnered a national distribution deal with Burnside Distribution in 2008.
Music licensed to MTV, ESPN Action Sports, Under Armor and a few independent films.
Broadened its scope in 2011 and created a Management, Consulting & Artist Development division, allowing the label to diversify its operations in the music industry.
Q Dot x Kuddie Fresh remake Michael Jackson's "Thriller" into "Iller", the new single and video off "The Darkness". The video was filmed by Brian Tolliver in Downtown Tacoma. S/o to those who support it by reposting it!
Murs and 9th Wonder present the Hobostewd-directed music video for "Funeral For A Killer", a cut off their forthcoming album The Final Adventure, dropping November 13. Adventure will be Murs and 9th's final album together. The iTunes edition will include two bonus tracks, while the iTunes deluxe version includes the bonus tracks and all of the instrumentals. Murs recently released This Generation, his collaboration album with Cali rapper Fashawn. He recently curated Through The Mic, the Los Angeles County Museum of Art's first-ever hip-hop concert series, and this year's installment of his annual Paid Dues festival featured Wu-Tang Clan, Odd Future, Kendrick Lamar and many more.
“I hooked up with Popcaan because I’ve always been a fan of his music. With Love We Bad I wanted to do something different and I wanted to work with someone from my roots, someone back home in Jamaica” - Sincere
SECOND LINK - http://www.mediafire.com/?nw175ri5wi725ss .
1. Intro (Prod. By DJ DA)
2. Karma Jonze - Old News
3. SL Jones ft. Freddie Gibbs - M.E.M.P.H.I.S.
4. T.I. - Trap Back Jumpin
5. Lil Mouse - Get Smoked
6. Big K.R.I.T. ft. Slim Thug x Lil Keke - Me & My Old School (Remix)
7. Chalie Boy - No Hook Needed
8. Karma Jonze - Pussy Rules The World
9. Devin The Dude - Bust One For Ya
10. Freddie Gibbs ft. Kirko Bangz - Bout It Bout It
11. Curren$y ft. Young Jeezy x Lil Wayne x Big K.R.I.T. - Don't Miss This Jet (Remix)
12. Delo ft. Paul Wall - Soda
13. Mason - Boys Talking Like They Real Freestyle
14. Gorillaz ft. MF Doom - November Has Come
15. Marcus J - The Darkness Pt. 2
16. Karma Jonze - Misery Without Company
17. Joey Bada$$ - Waves
18. Marcus J - Classic Flow #2
19. Marcus J ft. Ogden Payne - Let The Sax Blow
20. Karma Jonze x Marcus J ft. Lucky Live - Press Release
21. Big Sean ft. Royce Da 5'9 x Kendrick Lamar - 100
22. Marcus J - Classic Flow #3 (The Formula)
23. Outkast - Wallin'
24. Karma Jonze - Illusions
25. Marcus J - Wanna Be's
26. Dom Kennedy ft. Tyga x Juciy J - My Type Of Party (Remix)
NBC's "The Voice" Star, Moses Stone, To Release Anticipated Debut Mixtape "Resilient"
Courtesy Yo! PR.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE // Known for his electrifying and stunning performances at NBC's hit TV show "The Voice: Season 2" (2012) where Moses Stone entertained millions of viewers nationwide with his unmatchable persona and dynamic stage presence, gained him the respect from music fans and worldwide superstar Christina Aguilera, who picked Moses for her team. Stone was the first emcee/singer ever in the history of "The Voice".
Fast forward, the aspiring and much talented Washington DC born and Hollywood based rapper/singer is excited to officially announce the release of his highly anticipated debut mixtape, "Resilient", which will be available for download on November 13, 2012.
"My 'Resilient' mixtape was based on the last year of my life. I've had success, failure, and experienced the good, bad and the ugly that the entertainment industry comes with: Coming off a hit TV show like 'The Voice', making history being the first of my kind having it all, to then fighting to keep the momentum alive on your own, getting out of a bad deal and situation and come back stronger and more knowledgeable about the snakes, fake and real people in the industry. People will find out the real story about my time on 'The Voice' and what happened afterwards as well. This is my real life! I am 'Resilient'."
Spearheaded by the first single, "Pray For Them" (click here to listen), which is already making a huge impact online, the craze for Moses Stone continues after he rocked "The Voice" stage and the breakthrough success of his debut runaway single, "My Moment", which caused a whirlwind on iTunes earlier this year.
His mixtape, "Resilient", is an audacious masterpiece of energy and sound. With the mixtape days away from dropping, Moses Stone is ready to show his undeniable talent with an onslaught of new singles and this is only the beginning for this rising star who is already proving that his sound is unmatched. And with good reason, Stone has kept his name ringing from coast to coast, even after "The Voice", with his scorching singles and he is refusing to slow down from his increasing momentum.
Moses Stone is a Pop artist that incorporates elements of Hip-Hop, Pop and Motown, as a rapper, singer, and piano player. It's what fuses his unique new flavor and style, which is a tremendously welcome change as well as a breath of fresh air.
Moses has had an early start of success at a young age known as "Young Moses" (aka That Dude Young Moses), an acclaimed performer who has appeared on MTV's "Say What Karaoke" and BET's hit show 106 & Park's "Wild Out Wednesday" where he earned first place in both competitions as well as the respect of the audience. Furthermore, Moses performed live on Showtime for the main event of the boxing match between Lateef Kayode vs. Antonio Tarver, walking Kayode out to the ring performing his single "My Moment".
Moses also strongly believes in community awareness and actively participates in various fundraisers and charity events including, Kicks 4 Kids, and fundraising for domestic violence and abuse.