Knoc-Turn'al ft. CyHi Da Prynce & K-Young "If You Wanna" (Remix)
Knoc-turn'al brings out CyHi Da Prynce to join him alongside K-Young for the "If You Wanna" Remix. An up-tempo inspired track produced by Treacherous Records in-house producer Komplex and CyHi adds a new flavor to this remix.
Knoc-Turn'al's album "Knoc's Ville"just dropped this Tuesday (5-10-11) via Hoopla Media Group/Treacherous Records on iTunes, Amazon and all other Digital outlets. The album features Crooked I, Jayo Felony, Yuckmouth, Sly Boogy and more.
Video: Neek The Exotic & Large Professor - Behind The Scenes Of "Still On The Hustle"
Neek the Exotic & Large Professor are continuing to roll out more goodies as the anticipation builds for their forthcoming full-length album, Still On The Hustle, dropping May 17th on Fat Beats Records. Following a video of the two speaking on the album last week, the two hip-hop vets, who came up together in Queens, New York, are releasing this behind the scene's look at the making of their recently released music video for "Still On The Hustle." Aside from giving fans a closer look at the video shoot, and continuing to let fans in on new info about the album, the video sheds a lot of light on the duo's connection to their Flushing, Queens neighborhood, which served as the shoot location for the music video. As Mark Carranceja, director of the video and part of Noisemaker Media, recalled, "Every time we walked around, every block, Neek new somebody...He knew about 20 people in 5 minutes and I feel like that kind of connection to the public is really important to show to people."
With a unique and smooth delivery, G.R. King’s new highly anticipated and hyped album, Biorhythm, brings a style that is unique and fresh to the hip-hop world.
G.R., who has already taken the music world by storm, takes pride in his unique beats. He is a trendsetter and go-getter pursuing success with a ferocity that is rarely seen, even in the highly competitive music industry.
“I have no interest in being a run-of-the mill rap artist,” G.R. explains. “I feel that my music, and my artistic vision, will explain where I come from. I feel that music is a universal language, and I try to explain the way I see the world through my eyes so that everyone will easily understand it.”
G.R. expresses multiple layers of his personality by delivering several different types of messages and styles. His artistic vision is conveyed to the fullest when he steps behind the mike and drops a ‘hot verse’ with a high level of passion, energy, and emotion.
In addition to his unique delivery, G.R. takes pride in his ability to make and produce several unique beats that have turned the world of hip-hop upside down. Using a combination of sample beats and instrumentals, G.R. does several collaborations with
G.R., who was born and raised in the steely and industrial city of Peoria, Ill., talks about his experiences from a global perspective while still finding the delicate balance of maintaining his musical roots.
From writing music about the fast paced Hollywood lifestyles, to rapping about serious subjects about love and loss, there isn’t a subject that G.R. is afraid to tackle. The Biorhythm cd is highly autobiographical and revealing of the mysterious life and times of G.R. It is presented and told with a unique sound and delivery only G.R. can attain.
Audible Doctor Presents: "The Spread EP (Vocal Version)"
The Audible Doctor Presents: The Spread EP (Vocal Version). For those that missed it, The Spread EP is an instrumental project consisting of 7 beats released as a free download with the idea that anyone could download the instrumentals, record to them as they like and then send their songs to THESPREADEP@GMAIL.COM for an opportunity to have their song released by The Audible Doctor as the Vocal Version of the EP. Well the winners of the have been picked and the Vocal Version is here (with 2 bonus remixes & all the instrumentals). Enjoy the project and if you missed your chance to submit a song for this EP no worries, The Spread EP Vol. 2 is coming later this year.
Audible Doctor Presents: The Spread EP (Vocal Version) Download "The Spread EP (Vocal Version)" HERE
Hello friends, family, fans and freaks. Since I have been oh so intensely effective at communicating with everyone over the past six months, I wanted to make sure you are all aware that I am currently on a 60-day National Tour and most likely will be in a town near you in a time real soon.
*As you may observe. We have some gaps in between dates that we still need to fill, due to shows falling through and what not. I really really want to meet you all if I can and it'd be a shame not to be able to hang. So...
*If anyone can assist us with the locations listed below, please email Brady at Skillkrane@gmail.com, Thanks.
Dates we need to book:
-May 21st, Ohio or Wisconsin
-June 3rd, Nebraska or Kansas
-June 8th, Kansas or Colorado or New Mexico
-June 11th, Colorado
-June 12th, New Mexico or Colorado
-June 14th, Nevada or New Mexico
-June 15th-19th, California (from San Diego to San Fran)
I am pleased to announce that the April tour in Europe was a success. I'd like to thank everyone who assisted us on our journey and all who patiently awaited our return. If you'd like a Photo-Diary (words-Chris Keller, pics-Satori Photography)recap of our experiences while we were there, feel free to go HERE.
Video: Prince Aries & DaVinci - "Clean Ass Whip" Feat. San Quinn And Matt Blaque
Following the recent release of his Clean Ass Whip mixtape, Prince Aries is excited to release a brand new video from the tape, this one for the mixtape's title track, "Clean Ass Whip," starring on the song, and making his production debut along with co-producer Big D, is Aries' SWTBRDS label mate DaVinci, who's currently putting the finishing touches on his forthcoming EP and LP, Feast Or Famine, and The MOEna Lisa. The tape is largely a collection of West Coast classics, and while "Clean Ass Whip" serves as one of the mixtape's new exclusives, you'll be hard pressed to find a song on the project – or anywhere, for that matter – that fits such a textbook definition for riding music.
All the way down to the first sampled note of the beat, the track begs to be played out of car speakers, windows down, on a nice spring day, and director Marcus Ubungen doesn't disappoint, featuring DaVinci and SF legend San Quinn, as well as chorus crooner Matt Blaque, alongside a classic Chevy Chevelle and sleek Corvette as they ride through the city showing off some of San Francisco's finer sights. "It's one of those good ol' cruising songs that the West Coast is known for," remarks Aries. "Basically, just hop in your whip, cruise around, and play this song. Loud."
A-Side To Second Single Delivers 'Straight Up Rocker'
The Gowanus neighborhood of Brooklyn, New York hasn't always been known as a hot bed for rising indie talent, but Lighouts, the duo consisting of guitarist/bassist/drum programmer Gavin Rhodes and vocalist/guitarist Greg Nelson, arrived on the scene earlier this year with plans to change all of that. They led with debut single, "See Clear," an A-Side, B-Side collection that also included a cover of The Stone Roses' "Here It Comes," and, as they continue to lay the finishing touches on their upcoming album, Want, are now releasing their latest single (which, like all of their singles, will also include an original B-side and a cover tune), "And It Comes And Goes." The single, which recently debuted as AOL Spinner's MP3 of the Day, does well in continuing to show off the duo's diversity, and so much so that Lightouts originally considered offering up this latest single as their first, before eventually opting to lead with previous single "See Clear." "Musically, this is our most raucous and climactic song," explains Rhodes. "We originally considered using it for our debut single but 'See Clear' won out because we thought it showed more range."
Upon listening to "And It Comes And Goes" two things quickly become clear: First, you likely haven't heard rhythm guitar work this enjoyable in some time, and, second, Lighouts have a knack for delivering catchy, sing-a-long choruses that still manage to do well in maintaining the group's edgy, distorted-guitar driven sound. As wailing guitar feedback fades into racing, thumping drums and an infectious quick-fire bass line, it's Rhodes' driving guitar and Nelson's lightly effected vocals and quips that truly grab the listener's ear as the song pushes forward, whipping into full frenzy as the chorus hits with Nelson belting the line, "Day light, all night, all night long." For Rhodes, who follows with his own dizzying guitar solo, the mission was clear. "'And It Comes and Goes' is a straight-up rocker," he remarks, before adding, "Play it loud."