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Audio: Proxy "History of Me" (beat by @SymbolycOne) @sohhpr


Audio: Proxy "History of Me" (beat by Symbolyc One)

Courtesy Josh @ SOHH.

Single from Proxy's "Magnificent" album out now on Group Vigilant. Beat production by Symbolyc One.

Deltron 3030 Extends Tour; New Album Out Now (@OfficialDELTRON)


Deltron 3030 Extends Tour; New Album Out Now

Courtesy Sean.

NEW ALBUM DELTRON 3030: EVENT II OUT NOW VIA BULK RECORDINGS

Deltron 3030 is pleased to extend its fall tour to include a West Coast run in November in support of the new album Deltron 3030: Event II. The band recently announced the first leg of their tour, which begins October 8th in Boston at Royale and will now wrap up November 27th in Ventura, CA at the Ventura Theatre. The tour will feature a sixteen-piece orchestra -- dubbed the 3030 Orchestra -- on select dates, noted below, in addition to the three-piece touring band. Additionally, Juan Alderete, known for his work in The Mars Volta and Racer X, will play bass throughout the tour. Deltron 3030 is also thrilled to announce that they will appear with the 3030 Orchestra on Late Show with David Letterman on October 15th.


Released this week, Deltron 3030: Event II has received much early praise. The New York Times noted, "Del the Funky Homosapien hasn't lost his verbose velocity, and his partners retain their gift for brooding airs and funk grandeur." Positing the new album alongside its predecessor, FILTER praised Deltron 3030: Event II as "a gem in its own merit." XXL lauded Del's MC skills, saying he "effervescently glides on and off beat and into double time while nonchalantly flipping sci-fi slang." HipHopDX called the record "a worthy follow-up, well-thought-out standalone project, and a very necessary commentary on society, government, and machinations by which the two interact." Gizmodo noted "The best news in all of this is that after more than a decade of building anticipation, the new album holds up. Actually, it really holds up. The beats are no less incredible, and the lyrics are no less weird and compelling. In fact, there are a lot of parallels between this alien dreamscape and our own, which make the album feel especially relevant."



Deltron 3030: Event II, which is available digitally via iTunes as well as physical retailers, is Deltron 3030's long-awaited successor to their self-titled cult-classic debut. Deltron 3030 -- composed of a trinity of alt-rap all-stars: rapper Del The Funky Homosapien, producer Dan "The Automator" Nakamura and DJ Kid Koala. Individually, the collaborators of Deltron 3030 stand at the top of their respective musical disciplines; together as Deltron 3030, they warped space, bent time, transcended genre and blew minds with Deltron 3030, an album that still stands today as one of the most important records in the annals of underground hip-hop.



Del The Funky Homosapien, founder of Oakland's seminal Hieroglyphics crew, launched his career as part of his cousin Ice Cube's posse, da Lench Mob, and gained recognition as a top-tier hip hop verbalist with his 1991 debut, I Wish My Brother George Was Here, featuring the memorable tracks "Mistadobalina" and "Dr. Bombay." He would release three more albums -1993's No Need for Alarm, 1998's Future Development and 2000's Both Sides of the Brain - before joining with Nakamura and Koala for Deltron 3030.



Dan "The Automator" Nakamura, the architect of the sonic landscape within which Del and Koala work their magic, first captivated the hiphop underground with Dr. Octagonacologyst, his collaboration with Ultramagnetic MC's Kool Keith. He went on to produce Cornershop's breakout album, When I Was Born for the 7th Time, and to team up with fellow superproducer Prince Paul under the name Handsome Boy Modeling School, before forming Deltron 3030 with Del and Koala.



Kid Koala, a native of Vancouver whose turntablism mixtape Scratchcratchratchatch, recorded on cassette while a university student, brought him to the attention of superstar British DJs Matt Black and Jonathan More, better known as Coldcut; the duo signed him as the first North American artist on their new label Ninja Tune, launched as a haven for the world's most exceptional DJ and EDM talent. A year into his signing, Koala met Nakamura at the New York show of his first U.S. tour; the two hit it off immediately, and - beginning with Deltron - Koala became one of The Automator's most frequent collaborators.



Deltron 3030 Tour Dates:

10/8 - Paradise - Boston, MA

10/9 - Brooklyn Bowl - Brooklyn, NY #

10/10 - Howard Theater - Washington DC

10/11 - Jefferson Theater - Charlottesville, VA

10/13 - Theatre of the Living Arts - Philadelphia, PA #

10/14 - Highline Ballroom - New York, NY #

10/16 - Phoenix Concert Hall - Toronto, ON

10/18 - The Vogue - Indianapolis, IN

10/19 - House of Blues - Chicago, IL #

10/20 - First Avenue - Minneapolis, MN

10/23 - Masquerade - Atlanta, GA

10/25 - Mountain Oasis Festival - Asheville, NC #

11/10 - Fun Fun Fun Fest - Austin, TX #

11/15 - Boom Fest - Denver, CO #

11/17 - Showbox - Seattle, WA #

11/18 - Commodore - Vancouver, BC

11/19 - Alix Goolden Hall- Victoria, BC

11/21 - Star Theatre - Portland, OR

11/22 - Wow Theatre - Eugene, OR

11/23 - Fillmore - San Francisco, CA #

11/24 - The Fonda - Los Angeles, CA #

11/25 - The Observatory - - Santa Ana, CA

11/26 - House of Blues- San Diego, CA

11/27 - Ventura Theatre - Ventura, CA

# - ft. 3030 Orchestra



Deltron 3030: Event II



Deltron 3030: Event II tracklist:

1. Stardate (ft. Joseph Gordon-Levitt)

2. The Return

3. Pay the Price

4. Nobody Can (ft. Aaron Bruno of AWOL Nation)

5. Lawnchair Quarterback Pt. 1 (ft. David Cross and Amber Tamblyn)

6. Melding of the Minds (ft. Zach De La Rocha)

7. The Agony (ft. Mary Elizabeth Winstead)

8. Back in the Day (ft. The Lonely Island)

9. Talent Supersedes (ft. Black Rob)

10. Look Across the Sky (ft. Mary Elizabeth Winstead)

11. The Future of Food (ft. David Chang)

12. What Is This Loneliness (ft. Damon Albarn and Casual)

13. My Only Love (ft. Emily Wells)

14. Lawnchair Quarterback Pt. 2 (ft. David Cross and Amber Tamblyn)

15. City Rising From the Ashes (background vocals by Mike Patton)

16. Do You Remember (ft. Jamie Cullum)
Video: Sands on Sports #92 w/ Rubix (@TheFakeJSands)


Video: Sands on Sports #92 Special Guest Rubix

Courtesy BUKA.

The hip hop sports talk show featuring J. Sands. In-depth sports analysis along with hot opinions from your favorite rap artists and more.

Mr. Green f/ Matisyahu, Benefit & Kyon Williams - Human In Disguise (@GreenHipHop)


Mr. Green f/ Matisyahu, Benefit & Kyon Williams - Human In Disguise

Courtesy Matt B.

I also want to take this time to announce that in 2014 we will be dropping an official "Live from the Streets" album featuring the songs from all of our best episodes along with some surprises and extra stuff nobody has heard yet.

Chi-Ali Connects w/ BX Producer G-Rod on "Untouchable" (@DiamondMedia360)


Chi-Ali Connects w/ BX Producer G-Rod on "Untouchable"

Courtesy DM360.

Veteran Bronx producer G-Rod is pleased to release "Untouchable," the latest release from his Sour Music Group imprint, featuring Bronx rap legend Chi-Ali. "Untouchable" boasts G-Rod's signature boom-bap style production and scratch composition, coupled with Ali's braggadocio rhyme schemes to create a rather potent East Coast themed underground anthem. "Untouchable" is now available for download via all major digital retailers.

Video: @TaylorJTakeover - "One Mile (Remix)" @RapPublicist


Video: Taylor J f/ Rocko - "One Mile (Remix)"

Courtesy Nancy B.

Atlanta indie Big Play Entertainment is enjoying a nice response to their recently released "Just Push Play" label compilation project. It's nearing 40,000 on LiveMixtapes after only two days. Here is a new visual from Minnesota signee, Taylor J; a remix to his popular "One Mile" track, this time with an assist from Rocko. The tape also features roster artists YC, RL, Pink Bitchh, Coldheart, J. Alston, James London, Conrad Black, Dose, Tae Bae Bae & more. Cameos include Gucci Mane, Rich Homie Quan, Rocko and Lil Durk.
@RProphet and Big V from Nappy Roots + More "I Got 5 On It"


R Prophet and Big V from Nappy Roots + More "I Got 5 On It"

Courtesy JM.

I Got 5 On It is the new song that features both R Prophet and Big V from Nappy Roots - on their first song together in more than 10 years. This song is a shout out to Teddy Bridgewater who wears #5 for the Louisville Football team, and is a highly ranked NFL prospect.

Video: L'Orange & Stik Figa "Smoke Rings" (@MelloMusicGroup @StikFiga785)


Video: L'Orange & Stik Figa - "Smoke Rings"

Courtesy Mello Music Group.

With L’Orange & Stik Figa’s new album The City Under The City less than two weeks away, today we are pleased to bring you the first visuals for the project. Set in the steel remains of a burnt out building, Stik Figa weaves his way in and out between worlds of smokey grey and rich color.

Video: Polar f/ @MistahFAB "Dee-Jay" (@TherealPolar @GHG_Inc)


Video: Polar f/ Mistah FAB - "Dee-Jay"

Courtesy Grindhouse.

Who said Hyphy was dead?? This track will slap in any mix or set you inject it in! Polar goes in wit Mistah Fab & Clyde Carson on this one! If you don't have this in ya mix GET IT!!!! It WILL keep the crowd GOIN! #ALRIGHT!

PR: B-Real, Xzibit & Demrick - "Serial Killers Vol. 1" @B_Real @Xzibit @iamDemrick @BRealTV


PR: B-Real, Xzibit & Demrick - "Serial Killers Vol. 1"

Courtesy Mando UN.

Los Angeles, CA - Serial-Killer: “a person who attacks and kills victims one by one in a series of incidents.” When B-Real, the front-man of the legendary hip hup Cypress Hill conceptualized his next group effort, he envisioned putting together a team of emcees with the sole purpose of murdering every track and any competition. The first member he reached out to was fellow West Coast legend Xzibit, known for his brash vocals and hard hitting lyrics. At the time the two artists were sharing a studio in Los Angeles and were both working with an up and coming emcee by the name of Demrick (formerly known as Young De). While working in the studio the three began collaborating on songs and as Xzibit stated in a recent interview “It was organic and took a natural progression.”

When interviewed in March of 2010 Demrick hinted to the fact that with everyone's schedules it would be some time before hearing a completed Serial Killers project. The three remained close, continued to work and tour, both independently and together. Recently B-Real and Xzibit sat down to speak about the project and said that they were both excited that it's finally complete. With a release date set for Halloween, October 31st, the two went on to say that they were confident with the body of work and that it would surprise new and old fans alike.

With over two decades of hip hop experience, 25 million plus records sold and a worldwide fan-base, B-Real and Xzibit combined their skill and energy along with Demrick's fresh outlook to create an aggressive sound which can only be described by the definition of their name: Serial Killers!

For the first visual, B-Real, Xzibit & Demrick collaborated with Director Matt Alonzo to shoot "First 48". BREAL.TV was on set and here is a BTS look at the video.


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