Video: Mr. Green "Live From the Streets - 3 Block (Part 2)" f/ Action Bronson
Mr. Green continues his 'Live From The Streets' series with the second installment of footage gathered from Philly's 3 Block skate park. In this episode, Mr. Green assembles all of the audio assets gathered from 3 Block, which includes the verbal testimony of a brutally honest homeless man named Thomas, who talks about the trials and tribulations of his life. The dialogue is later used as the narrative of the finished product along with a 'live from the streets' scratch-outro of an Action Bronson vocal drop...check it out.
Los Angeles - January 2012 - Multi-platinum selling group Far East Movement (aka FM) premiered the much-anticipated music video for "Jello" today through VEVO. The hypnotic high-energy hard-hitting "Jello" (co-produced by The Stereotypes and FM and featuring Rye Rye) serves as the first song off of Dirty Bass, FM's hot sophomore album out this spring.
Check out "Big Gold Chain" the new single from Lyriciss's upcoming The Balance: Money EP. Money is part two in Lyriciss's four part series for the The Balance available exclusively through DJBooth.net. Stay tuned for the The Balance: Money EP available online January 24th.
Since Declaime aka Dudley Perkins and Georgia Anne Muldrow co-founded their own label, SomeOthaShip in 2010, the duo has been releasing projects from artists including Quazedelic, Riff Raff McGriff, and others. The pair is also focused on developing a collection of their own releases, and while Georgia will release Seeds, a collaborative effort with Madlib on March 27th, Declaime has been equally busy as he continues to promote his latest album,Self-Study, released in 2011.
The latest single from Self-Study is "Ship's Doctor." Georgia Anne Muldrow produced the song, and in continuing their efforts to keep things in-house and hands-on, Dudley and Georgia directed and produced the video together. The straightforward clip features Declaime embodying his Dr. Shrooman persona, as his rhymes – a mix of slippery wordplay and spiritually-guided social commentary – unravel throughout the song, accompanied by a mix of scrolling effects that help to drive home his message.
Hip-hop has, time and again, proven to be a hotbed for breeding new and exciting genre offshoots, and Cisum Tomorrow (with Cisum – Music, spelled backwards – pronounced Kiss 'Em), is the latest to follow in that tradition. The Los Angeles, California-based duo, comprised of Supernova and Mozenraff, first met in 2009 and developed the sounds and styles of what they now call Hipno – a mashing of hip-hop and techno – shortly after. A combination, as they say, of "futuristic concepts, hard hitting beats, and lyrics that stay true to who they are as music lovers," the duo's latest single, "U Wanna," serves as a perfect introduction to the duo's sound.