Shinobi Ninja, the six member consortium of Brooklyn-based musicians get set to drop their forthcoming mixtape, 'The Chronicles of Hashy Larry', au-gratis on your browser's nearest search bar. To kicks things off, the crew hits you in the face with "Scatta", featuring iD Vicious. This track goes hard and epitomizes the group's style of mashing up Hip-Hop, Punk, Reggae, Rock, and Metal, into one explosive track that will leave your head spinning!
PR: Hip Hop Karaoke Buffalo Is Back This Saturday August 6!
Courtesy of Tony C.
After too long a hiatus, Hip Hop Karaoke Buffalo is back: 10pm, August 6 @ Acropolis! (708 Elmwood Avenue). The event will be webcast live to the internet, but be sure to come out and find out what has already captivated audiences in NYC, Toronto, LA and London.... Hip Hop is fun again!!!
Hip Hop Karaoke was designed for the inner Jay-Z and Busta Rhymes in all of us. It’s truly your chance to rhyme (outside of the shower). We provide the beats, the lyrics, the mics, the DJ, and even a hypeman to help you out! All that’s left is for you to come on up and rock the crowd.
All contestants will receive a free drink, and the greatest performance of the night will receive a gift card. Over 400 classic hip hop songs to choose from, all of your favorites from the 80's, 90's and even the 00's! Visit www.hiphopkaraokebuffalo.com for more details and the full song list.
MP3: P-Real f/ Landlord, Ron Browz - "I Ain't Seen Nothing"
From Success Media.
Fresh off the release of Tony Yayo's song "Money To Burn" ft. Currensy and P-Reala. Philthy Rich Records own, P-Reala releases a new song "I AINT SEEN NOTHING" ft. Ron Browz and Tha Landlord off his upcoming mixtape "The Money Machine" scheduled to drop in September. We would like for you to take a listen and show support via Twitter and Facebook by posting the links and leaving comments. Thank You.
Amid protest and outrage, what are quickly becoming non-isolated incidents of Police brutality continue to impact the Bay Area community. In January '09, Oscar Grant, unarmed, was shot to death by BART Police officer Johannes Mehserle, and just last month another unarmed victim, Ernesto Duenez, Jr. was fatally shot. Others, names including James Rivera and Rita Elias, have suffered a similar fate at the hands - and weapons - of Bay Police while utilizing the city's public transportation.
As the unprovoked violence continues, so do the protests, and musicians, no strangers to speaking against injustice over the years, have started to lend their voices and visuals to the cause. REL, the instrumentalist and producer also known for his work as one-fourth of the Drums & Ammo collective, has joined those voices with "Public Transit," the latest single and video from his forthcoming experimental instrumental album, On My Way.
"The song and video were made to express the feelings of confusion, hurt, and anger in our community as a result of three Police officer-involved shootings that have taken place on Bay Area public transit lines, " explains REL, who self-directed the video shot the footage video using his iPhone while riding the BART. He later added civilian-captured clips of the recent murders, bringing the video a sense of power and urgency. "The hardest part," explains REL, "was being able to get across all of these emotions without any words at all." Other victims in the videos include Charles Hill and Kenneth Harding.
In the latest chapter in his series of official, artist-sanctioned remixes, producer/deejay Quickie Mart gives a nod to his New Orleans roots with his remix of "Shake Fa Ya Hood", the 1997 street classic from 7th Ward rapper Ricky B (hear the original here). "Shake" follows similar Quickie Mart remixes of songs by Shyvonne and Freddie Gibbs, who also appears on his Haze Diaries mixtape trilogy with NYC rapper Gotham Green (check out Haze Diaries). Ricky just released The Archives, his first new album in over a decade (listen to "Go On Rock Wit It" here).