Video: Planet Asia in Black Belt Theatre (Trailer 1)
Courtesy Wandering Worx Ent.
Planet Asia stars as a one man army killing machine as he fights against Colonel Lataya Fang and his gang of thugs. Also starring Sage Brocklebank (Psych - USA Network) and William "Sleepy" Stewart (True Justice - Producer Steven Seagal).
JETSETMAFIA is a new music, visual art, and fashion collective that fuses Hip-Hop, Pop, Dubstep, House, Rock, Reggae and Electronic Music. Artist/fashion model Liz Harlow shows and proves her versatility, alongside artist/producer Black Kennedy. In promotion for the group’s forthcoming FreEP, International Audio Espionage, the forward thinking duo is pleased to launch both the audio and visuals for the project’s debut leak “Bass Cannon”, the former of which features Boogie (of DMP). Check it out as JETSETMAFIA add their own twist to this Flux Pavilion produced trunk rattler.
Download: Bang You're Dead, "Alive" (Partymonster Remix)
Courtesy Dunn Deal PR.
DJ/producer Quickie Mart and singer/songwriter/musician Jes Hudak together form Bang You're Dead, presenting their new two-song single out now on Beatport. The A-side is a remix of their song "Alive" by fellow New Orleans dubstep producer Partymonster, and the B-side is the brand new composition "Second Chance".
PR: Paid Dues Announcement and Upcoming Tour Dates
Courtesy Kosha Dillz.
Hello, world! Big news! Kosha Dillz is officially part of the Paid Dues Festival, the holy grail of Hip Hop Festivals. The line up includes the Wu-Tang Clan, Mac MIller, Odd Future, and more. It's going down on Saturday, April 7 at the NOS Events Center in San Bernardino, CA. Paid Dues is is THE biggest Hip Hop festival to be a part of, and it's put on in conjunction with Guerilla Union who does Rock The Bells. It's the Big Kahuna of Hip Hop waves! Tickets are on sale now, so go get yours!
UPCOMING TOUR DATES!
February 18 Las Vegas Ski & Snowboarding with 3rd Rail Jam // RSVP Las Vegas, NV
March 7 Middle East // RSVP coming soon Cambridge, MA
March 13 through 18 SXSW (including an Austin OY VEY!) Austin, TX
April 7 PAID DUES FESTIVAL San Bernardino, CA
FREE DOWNLOAD OF MY LATEST SINGLE "MY FAVORITE RAPPER IS A D#$K!"
Fresh off of the recently released Jetlag EP, it's My Favorite Rapper is a D#$k! This Wavves spin off of "I Wanna Meet Dave Grohl" tells the all-too-familiar disappointing tale of meeting your favorite artist and finding out they're a total D-bag! Listen and download HERE. Feel free to post this to your blogs!
SUPER BOWL FAME!
If your head has been in the clouds, you might not know that my song "Cellular Phone" was in the Bud Light "Rescue Dog" Super Bowl commercial. The dog's name is WEEGO. Reminds you of Arnold? This commercial was rated up to #1 on USATODAY.com polls! Click here to watch the commercial. Click here to watch the original video.
Jaiy Bradie (pronounced Jay Brady) raps with plenty of attitude. Born and raised on Chicago’s notoriously vile Southside, the certified street prophet drops bars laced with witty wordplay and a “run it or get run over” mentality. Hailing from a metropolis that has birthed a myriad of successful Hip-Hop lyricists such as Common, Kanye West and Twista, Jaiy pays homage to personal experiences with his own unique approach to the Windy City mix. His life has played out like one movie after another: guns, drugs, jail, violence and death, balancing the sordid details on his new mixtape, F*&ck Your Celebrity aka (F.Y.C.) hosted by DJ Scream Making clear his intention of kicking the new year off by unleashing his verbal venom on narcissistic stars, the business-minded MC has compiled a collection of songs that are equal parts entertaining and shocking.
This coming Tuesday, February 21st, marks the long-awaited arrival of BBU's brand new mixtape, bell hooks. The tape, presented by Mad Decent and mixed by DJ Benzi, will be released by Mishka Records, but before then, the four-man Chicago-based group is excited to release the album's final leak, "Beau Sia."
For BBU, the song, which premiered on the Mad Decent blog, is all about breaking the preconceived notions and often-false labels placed on socially- and politically-minded artists. "When you're 'Conscious' or 'Revolutionary,' fans and media like to put you in boxes," notes Epic. "This song was us stepping out of that box and just having fun."
To do that, the group called on producer Stefan Ponce ("He actually helped us out a lot with this record," says Illekt), who supplied the guys with a rowdy, up-tempo beat that plays to BBU's Juke sensibilities, and, most of all, let's the group get loose, as Epic, Illekt, and Jasson Perez take turns kicking school-yard game to the ladies, kepping it fun but smart. "Girl, we can kick it, but you gotta get on my level, intellectually," remarks Illekt, with Epic joking, "Yes, conscious folk do be fucking. Where do you think all these little vegan dread-locked babies come from!"