MP3/Video: Fatal Lucciauno - "Reflections" Ft. The Good Sin
Courtesy Audible Treats.
Fresh off the release of his new, free EP The Message, produced entirely by Jake One, Seattle's own Fatal Lucciauno is excited to release the latest single from his official sophomore album, Respect, which will be released next week, February 21st, via Sportn Life Records. The song, "Reflections," is produced by MTK and features The Good Sin.
I-20 f/ Ludacris - "The Definition" + "Celebrity Rehab" Mixtape
Courtesy Justin Melo of Hoopla Worldwide.
The project features 16 original records from the Disturbing tha Peace signee. Joining I-20 on the guest tip throughout Celebrity Rehab are Ludacris, Killa Kyleon, Rain, Fat Ray, Ro Spit and more. DJ Pain1 provides most of the project’s production, with additional production coming courtesy of Trakksounds, Dirty Dunnz and Memory.
01. Tyson [prod. DJ Pain 1] 02. Blood & Tears [prod. DJ Pain 1] 03. Supernova [prod. DJ Pain 1] 04. The Meaning [prod. DJ Pain 1] 05. I’m the Man (ft. Killa Kyleon) [prod. Trakksounds] 06. The Reason [prod. Trakksounds] 07. Sleepin’ on Me (ft. Rain) [prod. DJ Pain 1] 08. Cocaine [prod. DJ Pain 1] 09. The Definition (ft. Ludacris & Nathaniel) [prod. Dirty Dunnz] 10. ‘Dis Paper [prod. Too Much] 11. The Life [prod. DJ Pain 1 & Memory] 12. The Sound of Success [prod. DJ Pain 1] 13. Oh No (ft. Fat Ray & Ro Spit) [prod. Trakksounds] 14. The Reintroduction [prod. Dirty Dunnz] 15. Catch a Body (ft. Fat Ray) [prod. DJ Pain 1] 16. God’s Plan (ft. J. Serious) [prod. DJ Pain 1]
Video: Moe Green - "Welcome to the Trap House" (prod. Cache)
Courtesy Nora Ritchie.
Quality Control Marketing and SAE San Francisco present Live from the Control Room Session One featuring Moe Green from Vallejo, CA and producer Cache repping Tracy, CA. Filmed by none other than Casual, from the Hieroglyphics, this session and track were recorded at the SAE San Francisco campus, by SAE students, as part of the Live From The Control Room EP series. SAE San Francisco is the newest campus in SAE's long legacy of training students for success in the audio and entertainment Industries.