Audio: A.M.J "Class Of My Own" March 31st - Leaked Intro
What’s So Special about the Song & the Artist: This song "Run It Through" is the intro to A.M.J's latest project "Class Of My Own". For this song he just goes in! Three minutes and forty three seconds later its like your in a trance. This catchy beat and the change of his flow on this track make it dope! This is his 3rd project and from what Ive heard possibly his best. Every song is unique and you can really see his progression from project to project.
Video: Q The Question on DJ Carmela Show Naples, Italy!
Courtesy Quinton H.
SKE Records Co-CEO Q The Question linked with with DJ Carmela on the DJ Carmela show out of Naples, Italy. DJ Carmela interviewed Q The Question on taking the SKE Records brand worldwide and Q explained to her why he knows Trel Mack is next!
With his long-awaited full-length solo project Ascension now available digitally, Jasiri X is debuting the latest video off the project: "Pillars" featuring Rhymesayers emcee Brother Ali. Ascension, produced entirely by Religion, is available in stores now.
Slaine Drops New Track Featuring Kali & Reks & Releases Video Blog Featuring Termanology
Courtesy Kerosene Media.
Slaine of rap super group La Coka continues to roll out new material from his upcoming new solo album "The Boston Project" as he dropped the track 'The Fuckery Hotel' featuring Kali & Reks online.
"The Boston Project" is scheduled to hit stores April 16th via Suburban Noize Records/Commonwealth Records and is currently available for pre-order online.
"The Boston Project" is a tribute the city of Boston. To aid him in his creative endeavor, Slaine enlisted the help of some of the city's top talents to work with him on "The Boston Project". The emcee worked with Boston based producer Lu Balz to put the album together and collaborated with Beantown alumni Termanology, Reks, Esoteric, Ed O.G., Smoke Bulga, Lou Armstrong, Jaysaun, Millyz and many others. Not only is "The Boston Project" is an audio snapshot of life within the city limits, but it's also a celebration of the wealth of musical talent that the city of Boston has to offer.
In a new video blog series documenting Slaine's rise through the Boston hip-hop scene to national prominence, Termanology tells fans his first violent encounter with the emcee online.
1- Nip Slip
3- Things Have Changed
4- /tagged/me (interlude)
the instrumentals are included on digital and hardcopy!
Whats up y'all...it's Von Pea. I dont usually send out newsletters (I'm too busy watching fights on Worldstar while reading The Wall Street Journal) but this is a special occasion. I have a new EP called "Duly Noted" and its produced by frequent collaborator AEON (he produced a lot of my Peas Gotta Have It album).
The EP is filled with (whatever you liked about my music in the past) and there's a LOT of (that amusing thing i did that time) not to mention Aeon's production on here is similar to (whatever your favorite beat of all time is). The stand out song is (the song you'll end up liking the most) where I said "(the line you liked)". haha...
I wont take up too much of your time, so ill just say that YES! NEW PROJECT! DULY NOTED! PLEASE BUY IT IF YOU LIKE WHAT YOU HEAR! THANK YOU IN ADVANCE!
p.s.: Watch the video for "Things Have Changed" (click on that ghetto screenshot)
Hamza Ahmad AKA Hanz Gable is a New York born Hip Hop artist of Palestinian descent who hails from Fort Greene Brooklyn New York. This 20 something artist first caught people’s attention with “Who’s Gonna Stop Me” which featured M.O.P.’s Lil Fame.