The first single from the new Angerville mixtape THIS HITS FOR FREE PART 4 now available free at http://angerville.bandcamp.com. Video produced by Angerville Entertainment and edited by Concrete Guerilla Films. Beat by CFC Productions, shot on location in beautiful Toronto, Canada. Follow us @angerville @consciousthott @masterlunatic and Like our Facebook Fanpage http://facebook.com/angervillespage .
Rediculus Announces Lost Things Debut Single and Knowledge Giving Birth First Re-Education Tour
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Rediculus isn't missing a beat this year. Fresh off the success of Masters of Conversations: Punchlines and Parables and Big Dutty Deeze: The English Gentleman, Rediculus wastes no time hitting us with something dope and new, Lost Things: The Search for Lost Things.
Lost Things is Rediculus's new project featuring Prome on the vocals and Rediculus on the production. Prome matches intense verses laced with pop culture references, spirituality and self-awareness perfectly over the soulful sample driven sonic landscapes that Rediculus is known to provide.
The first single, Red Road, is a big taste of what the album has in store. Clocking in at just 1:50, it's short, hot and to the point. The track blasts you from the first kick to the last piano hit with raw boom bap crunch and grit. Prome takes the music to a new level with darts like "Father forgive us/knew better/we'd do better/but ain't no mo' teachers". The 10 track debut EP is slated to drop by the end of the month.
Knowledge Giving Birth Productions is also proud to announce its first KGB Re-Education tour which will feature Lost Things, Rich Malone, The Day Laborers and Notoriety. Making stops in Chicago, Cleveland, Boston, Connecticut and Brookyln NYC, this tour promises to bring great music to each venue and re-educate people on how they see hip hop and the future it holds.
Brenton Brown is back with the final release before the debut of The Brenton Brown Affair. "Capulets & Montagues," is a twist on the classic tragedy Romeo & Juilet as told through the words of Brenton, New Jersey emcee Ess Vee and Miami lyricist Quest. The hook is sung by Bryan Black over a beat produced by Dj Brothawolf.
MP3: The Niceguys for Best Group at HPMA's + #Overtoast Single from James Kelley!
Houston Hip Hop quartet The Niceguys are proud to be nominated for a 2012 Houston Press Music Award for "Best Rap Group" - the same award they won last year! The group's DJ Candlestick is also nominated in the "Best DJ" category. Fans can vote now on the Houston Press website, and on August 5 winners will be announced! Also on Sunday, August 5 The Niceguys will perform in the HPMA Showcase at The House of Blues' Bronze Peacock Room at 8:00pm alongside their fellow nominees.
As the September 11 release date nears for their album James Kelley, The Niceguys are filming new videos for the project. In the meantime, they are sharing the single "#Overtoast" (music and artwork below), a fan favorite at this year's SxSW conference. They also just released the song "Magick" (music and artwork below), and have more singles to come!
Doc Ish Protege Sinis Releases New Mixtape & Video
Grammy Award winning producer Doc Ish (producer of Eminem’s “We Made You” and who alos released a star-studded compilation, The First Treatment, in 2010) recently made a new addition to his Inyahead/Sony imprint, signing Sinis to a new deal and both are currently working on Sinis’ debut EP for the label.
Sinis (born Eliud Sanchez Jr. and raised in New Britain, CT) quickly gained popularity on Connecticut's underground rap scene due to his affiliation with local outfit the U.N.I.T and the group was ultimately signed to an indie label that soon went south.
Looking to create a buzz, Sinis linked up with upstart local producer Jack Nickelz to create Sinis’ debut mixtape, iPod Masterpieces: Ninth Wonder Edition, which was ultimately planned to be the first in a series of mixtapes.
With some good momentum built up, Sinis assembled a team of CT producers to begin work on his debut LP, You’re Welcome, which debuted on iTunes in 2009. With a recent Grammy Award win and his profile significantly raised, Doc Ish saw potential in Sinis and upon his return back to CT sought out Sinis, to further develop his talents for his then still new Inyahead Imprint.
To bridge the gap between the EP they are working on which will be released this fall, Doc Ish and Sinis decided to revisit iPod Masterpieces series, recently releasing the newest installment ; DJ Premier Edition which finds Sinis rocking over classic Primo instrumentals; the mixtape can be downloaded here: http://www.datpiff.com/Sinis-Ipod-Masterpieces-mixtape.364589.html .