“I’m living in a world with no consequences”, Sacramento emcee/producer dahLak describes the cultural landscape he’s found himself in. In rap, you can have far more drinks than hangovers. You can f*ck with no strings attached and spend with no worries. No health problems will ensue, the money grows on trees. Fantasy is fun! Right?
The problem is it’s not easy to leave; as dahLak articulates with his pre-album mixtape Of No Consequence. It’s too fun, it sounds so good. You can party to it, it’s sexy and seductive and it confirms what we all want to believe. And for those good times, those great moments, those high-points, it has its purpose. It obviously can’t last, but while it’s here, don’t think to hard about it. After all, it is Of No Consequence.
New music from 9th Wonder & Buckshot's album, 'The Solution,' out Nov. 13th on Jamla/Duck Down Music. Fans in the New York Tri-State can catch 9th Wonder & Buckshot, Murs and Sean Price performing live at Santos Party House on November 13th: http://tktwb.tw/SPnT8C .
DJ Vlad: "Shyne explains why he's been so candid on Twitter in recent months, revealing that it's not a stunt for publicity, as some blogs have suggested, but rather he's just trying to be real. The famed rapper also details projects he has lined up right now, including a book, a bio produced by Mark Whalberg and his mixtape Gangland."
Mark Morrison, K.O. MCcoy, Young Buck "Wanna Be Your Man 2.0"
Mark Morrison, K.O. MCcoy and Young Buck deliver a brand new cover of the 80’s hit single “I Want To Be Your Man” by late funk artist Roger Troutman of Zapp.
“Wanna Be Your Man 2.0” sees Morrison team with Allure Entertainment recording artist K.O MCcoy aka The Queen of Nashville, and former G-Unit emcee Young Buck, with production from DJ Dev, Broadway and Lil Dev of Devastatin Musik. The song is set to appear on the British R&B stars upcoming album, I Am What I Am, due early 2013.
Earlier this year Morrison featured on Trae Tha Truth's "I'm On 2.0", which landed MTV's Jam of the Week, and interpolated his hit single “Return of the Mack”.
This year marks the 25th anniversary of “I Want To Be Your Man”, originally released in 1987 by Roger Troutman, on his Unlimited! album. It reached number-one on the Billboard Hot R&B Singles chart and number-three on the Billboard Hot 100.
AUDIO: Mark Morrison - "Wanna Be Your Man 2.0" feat. K.O. MCcoy & Young Buck