We would like to introduce the latest single, "Start It Up" featuring Jack Fiskio, off of TJ Hickey X Nasty Beatz's latest mixtape One Night Stand. The track features a cool electronic beat which was produced by Nasty Beatz. TJ Hickey holds down the track lyrically with some hot verses throughout while Jack Fiskio performs the catchy hard hitting hook making for something both unique and entertaining to the ear!
Born in east Africa, Tos moved to the states in 1996. Fast forward to more recently Tos, during his studies at the University of Oregon, met producer Will Cornell a.k.a. 1800. Together the two crafted a full length album by the name of "Incense and Innocence" This is the first track from the two featured musicians released by GetLiveStudios, but is quickly becoming one of our new favorite songs.
Audio: OnlyOne of Sandpeople - "Say What" (prod. Sapient)
The 9 tracks on this new project are all produced by Sapient and highlight OnlyOne's razor-sharp wit. Most of the songs feel unfinished with either verses or hooks missing, but the simple combination of OnlyOne's rhymes over Sapient's beats gives this informal album plenty of replay value. Police Brutality (B-Sides) is available now on itunes and other digital music stores.
Didn’t send y’all an email last week but I did not forget a week of ‘Da’ What is Hip Hop? so this week’s blast has got info on 2 POSTSSS! *2 Chainz Voice* Last week’s was provided by the Bay Area’s Kidd Upstairs. He kept it short and sweet with a consise editorial about why he chose to rap and what it has done for him. You can check it here: http://da-what.com/2013/07/01/da-what-is-hip-hop-kidd-upstairs-editorial/
This week is Harn Solo who reps New Orleans. Hip hop has taken this kid all over the place and his hunger keeps him working hard. Although he was raised on Golden Era hip hop, he has developed his own style and made music that really reflects him. Read what hip hop means to him: http://da-what.com/2013/07/08/da-what-is-hip-hop-harn-solo-editorial
First off, on behalf of Trek Life and Duke Westlake, I'd like to thank you for supporting the Hometown Foreigner project on your site. It seems increasingly rare that people discuss what they like, because more often than not, people talk about what they're not feeling. This video was shot over the course of three months and checks in at a little under 35:00 minutes. We hope that you press play and enjoy.
West Coast Gangster brutality meets East Coast Boom Bap on PKnuckle's "Block Monsters." The Mel Man produced track, which most appropriately samples the theme song from the TV show, The Munsters, should have your subwoofer rattling until Halloween.