Before Jaecyn Bayne releases his debut LP, Audio Therapy,, he will be releasing a new EP, The Prognosis, as well. Signed to renowned Jazz label “Owl Studios”, Jaecyn Bayne’s debut LP, Audio Therapy, is slated for a 4-24-2012 release date and will feature guest appearances from Styles P, Fred the Godson, Canibus & Keith Murray alongside production from Streetrunner and Bronze Nazareth among others.
Included is the first leak, “We Got Now,” from Jaecyn Bayne’s The Prognosis EP:
Latest leak from Blacastan’s forthcoming LP "The Master Builder Part II" 2 X CD (disc 1-full length album; disc 2-mixtape version of full album plus bonus cuts) which is now available, hosted & mixed by Doo Wop & Mr. Peter Parker. Blacastan’s "The Master Builder Part II" features appearances from Slaine, Celph Titled, Moe Pope, OuterSpace, Mr. Green, Reef The Lost Cauze & more.
In the world of hip-hop, Atlanta-based Boog Brown spreads her "Dope Girl Magic" like her life depends on it and returns us to the roots of a genre that has literally changed the world. Currently based in Atlanta, Detroit native Brown is not only an emcee, poet and publisher; but she describes herself as a "lover, fighter and artist." This is reflected in her personal style, lyrical approach and unique perspective. Boog Brown is currently signed to Mello Music Group (home to Oddisee, Apollo Brown, Gensu Dean and more).
Today, Boog Brown teams up with director W. Feagins, Jr of High Impact Multimedia to bring us the video for DMV producer Nick Tha 1Da's remix of "Shine." Shot in a stark black room, the video leaves all the bells and whistles to the wayside and simply lets Boog spit. The song appears on Boog's Brown Study Remixes and will also appear on Nick Tha 1Da's upcoming album Give Tha Drumma None. Boog's lyricism on Shine strikes a balance between rugged and emotive with a lyricism that bends her words into a concise rhyme pattern that nimbly graces Nick's soulful and driven remix.
Video: Snow The Product - "Murda Bizness" Freestyle
Courtesy Dove @ Tygereye.
March 2012 is in like a Beauty and out like a Beast! Snow Tha Product wrecked it in Texas at SXSW this month, and now she's giving us her take on Iggy Azalea and T.I.'s Bei Maejor-produced single "Murda Bizness"!
Check out the new rework from Flosstradamus aptly titled "Hood Fantasy" that caters to my life-long soft spot for Ludacris and Shawnna. In case you haven't seen them live, here are some upcoming shows that are not to be missed. Feel free to share the love.
Thu. 03-29-12 - Lexington, KY @ Rupp Arena (University of Kentucky) Sun. 04-01-12 - Hollywood, CA @ Drai's Hollywood Fri. 04-13-12 - Miami Beach, FL @ Mansion Sat. 04-14-12 - Flagstaff, AZ @ Northern Arizona University Thu. 04-19-12 - San Francisco, CA @ Manor West Fri. 04-20-12 - Las Cruces, NM @ Dublin's Street Pub Sat. 04-21-12 - Norfolk, VA @ Old Dominion University
Next week, on April 2nd, L.E.P. Bogus Boys will release a collaborative EP with fellow Chitown-reppers The Hood Internet. The project, TEHO, will clock in at eight songs, with The Hood Internet remixing and mashing-up a collection L.E.P. stand-out tracks released over the past few years. Before then, the duo of Count & Moonie are excited to release the latest visual from their Now Or Neva mixtape, "Claim My Shit."
Video: M-Phazes f/ Brown Bag AllStars - "What It's All About"
In promotion for M-Phaze's remix producer compilation Phazed Out, the ARIA Award winning beatsmith bands together with New York's Brown Bag AllStars for the MonStar Films directed visuals for the album cut "What It's All About."Phazed Out is now available both digitally and on CD through Coalmine Records.
Earlier this month, 4th Pyramid released his new album, The Pyramid Scheme, his first since signing his label, Silk Ivory, to a joint venture with Lyrics to Go/Universal Music. Along with the album release, Pyramid also unleashed his latest video for "Can't Stop," an official single from The Pyramid Scheme. And now, as a thank you to fans that have supported the album, Pyramid is releasing a bonus song, one that doesn't show up on the original album, for free.
The song, "Simmy Auto," is produced by Simahlak, whose production should be described as nothing less than full-body. The hard-hitting, bass-heavy track is driven forward by a gritty guitar line and sets the tone for 4th Pyramid, who matches the beat step-for-step with a bouncy flow and swift wordplay. "At the time, I had taken a little break from recording in the studio so I wanted to really show that I could still deliver some super lyrical shit," explains Pyramid. "Even the title of the song is a play on words, switching the usual Semi-Auto to incorporate Simahlak's nickname, 'Simmy.'"
4th Pyramid has worked with Simahlak on several other tracks and projects, and has developed a respect for the man's work ethic. "I remember having to do an insane amount of takes before we settled on this version," recalls Pyramid. "When you work with a guy like Simahlak, it's like being in the dojo; he holds you to the highest of standards."
Earlier this month, MUMBLS released his Hella Novellas mixtape. The Berkeley rapper will be hitting the road next month, opening alongside Fashawn as part of his mentor Andre Nickatina's nationwide Where's My Money? Tour, but first, he's keeping things rolling from the mixtape with the latest visual from the project, for the track "Spellbound."