The international collective Pragmatic Theory, in conjunction with underground music & culture magazine Rhythm22, makes available to all free to download compilations and have recently been offering up album exclusives by individual beat makers. This month Pragmatic Theory presents DJ SAPIEN with Dumplings. After his first album THE MIT TAPE, composed from inspiration found on a trip back to his homeland, Taiwan native offers up 11 tracks we are proud to have on the Pragmatic Theory bandcamp platform.
I'll keep this one fairly short as I'm sure you're busy: I wanted to share with you today our latest release entitled "Round My City" produced by 6ix of Visionary Music Group and mixed/mastered by Matty Trump. This song contains those west coast high energy "turn up" vibes that many party-goers can really enjoy, in some ways comparable to the work A$AP Rocky puts out.
With guest appearances from The D.I.M.E., and original production from Bre$Ez, Bleszid, 8ight 5ive, and NastyFace, Bink$ skillfully offers a surreal vision to his listeners. From living your life out loud to being driven for success, “MANish” personalizes the experience on a level that is both relatable and tangible to listeners from every walk of life. While it is easy for men to feel Bink$ Win$ton, women alike can appreciate the honesty in his perspective and music.
For the final leak from his upcoming street album, "Hindsight", Lennon teams up with the Mayhem Machine's young gun Chris Crack & his New Deal Crew comrade Cutta. On "New Bitch" Crack & Lean narrates their personal encounters of women-juggling while Cutta lays his vocals on the smooth and catchy hook. Cutta handles double-duty on this one as he also produced the joint.
Hey this is a released by Mike Melinoe a 21 year old artist of Organic Geniuses (which is a hip hop collective of producers, graphic designers, artists and video directors) one of his most future creative videos snippet entitled "Starving Marvin".
Trust Nobody" Semi-Autobiographical by Hip Hop Mogul Steve Love
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Party promoter Steve Love is best known as the manager for local hip-hop giants Baby Drew and Coo Coo Cal, but he recently added a new item to his résumé: author. Love's debut book, "Trust Nobody," started as a semi-autobiographical screenplay but was revamped after Love met local urban crime novelist Charles Burgess, who helped the budding writer develop his story into a novel.