New Music From The Man With The Iron Fists Soundtrack
Courtesy 'Stache Media.
"I Forgot To Be Your Lover," William Bell's 1968 soul classic has been newly recorded for The Man With The Iron Fists soundtrack album by The Revelations, the Brooklyn-based soul band fronted by vocalist Tre Williams. The Revelations, together for four years, have made a name for themselves as advocates of classic soul for the hip-hop generation. In addition to this record, The Revelations contributed their musicianship to the backing tracks of four other songs on the soundtrack album: "Black Out", "Built for This" (the album's first single), "The Archer" and "Six Directions of Boxing." The Revelations have collaborated extensively with RZA over the last four years. Together they produced two Wu-Tang compilation albums, "Chamber Music" in 2009 and "Legendary Weapons" in 2011.
I Don't Know Ya is the first single off of THE EMPTY THEATER, a project from one of North Carolina's best kept secrets; New Bern native Chedda Chapp. The project was produced primarily by Nerv Reck, best known as J Cole's mentor, who also serves as Chapp's manager. We welcome and appreciate any feedback.
New Hip Hop// Keith Murray, Cordello & Bravo- Vanity Fair
Courtesy DJ Mickey Knox.
Here is a unreleased track out the vaults of the Deep Concepts Media library. This particular song was the 1st record recorded for the Opportunity Knox series back in 2010. Download for free and enjoy.
On his recent #NoDaysOff tour, Chipz Da General stopped by Orlando-based Wired Radio to discuss his upcoming album No Days Off: Business as Usual, which drops October 22, 2012 via Jas Group Entertainment. Watch the video below for the full interview!
Jack Davey, frontwoman for the electro-soul duo J*Davey, who've graced the cover of LA Weekly's Beautiful People issue and won over the hearts of your favorite musicians' favorite musicians such as Prince and ?uestlove, has been experimenting with a solo sound, one that's much more rock-driven than before. Says Jack, "This project is definitely a departure from the lush soundscapes and sexual overtones that make J*Davey special; it's straight to the gut, a bit easier to swallow, but still edgy."
Although Seattle's Dyme Def hasn't released new music since last December's full length release of Yuk The World, group members Fearce & BeanOne have been steadily dropping new material, which include their mixtape There Goes The Neighborhood, in addition to several leaks, as well as a hail of videos for their songs "Let It Be," "I Want It All," and "Bully," the latter of which shed's light on the international epidemic. For the duo's latest leak "That Aint Hip Hop???," Fearce challenges your right to judge what is or is not Hip-Hop over BeanOne's moving guitar loops and boom-bap percussion. This song has not been tied to any forthcoming projects, however you can rest assured that more material is underway.