As YONAS' official debut "The Proven Theory" continues to build momentum unlike any other Independent Artist we've seen, he releases his second video from the album, for the fan favorite "SHY KIDZ".
Within the first week of the albums release, The Proven Theory broke the Top 100 for Rap / Hip Hop on the iTunes Charts. At SXSW, YONAS sat down with KarmaloopTV to give fans a look into the album, and now he's giving fans another taste of the album with "Shy Kidz" - a track that leaves no doubt as to how or why he's been honored by the likes of Billboard, the New Music Seminar and the Independent Music Awards for his songwriting prowess.
From start to finish YONAS powers through the track with fluid lyrical precision and relates to people world wide as he states "It's broken, ain't no fathers/ houses empty back to the charters/ If it kills you, it makes you larger/ whatever don't crush you makes you harder."
MP3: J. Rawls f/ Edo.G, Copywrite + More - "Are You Listening"
To celebrate the release of his new album The Hip-Hop Affect, Ohio producer J Rawls presents one more leak from the album, the east-west posse cut "Are You Listening?" Bringing together Dogg Pound affiliate Bad Azz, Boston veteran Edo G, Ohio MC/MHz member Copywrite, and Beat Junkies DJ Rhettmatic on the scratches, "Are You Listening?" is an unlikely but surprisingly natural collaboration.
The Hip-Hop Affect hits stores everywhere today (5/17), and also features appearances from Rhymefest, Sadat X, Diamond D, Tanya Morgan, Kev Brown, Casual, Count Bass D, Oh No, Stalley, Wise Intelligent, El Da Sensei, J Sands (Lone Catalysts), John Robinson, Fat Jon, and more.
Beats & Bullets : Soundtrack To A Shootout is a project designed as an instrumental sound score to a shootout cinema/street scene. Features all-star Digi Crates Records producers Kyo Itachi (France), King AL (Sweden), Miedlev (Sweden), Tape Roc (Sweden) and DJ Kryptonite (UK), as well as Roc Marciano of Fat Beats/Decon contributing his production to the project.
While in Cali last month, I had a great time visiting the good people at Alchemetric in San Fransisco. I arrived at the studio with Lil Mike ready to work but with no idea what to expect. We sat around for about an hour and I came up with about five hooks to five songs (while everyone else was drinking and ate bbq, much to my chagrin lol). Fortunately my songs usually come out better when I'm hungry; here’s my latest example.