BEAT BUTCHA IS A PRODUCER FROM THE UK AND PART OF THE ALL ELEMENTS CREW - His instrumental Cd - "Raw and Uncut" is out now
After years of establishing himself as one of leading producers in the UK hip hop scene, Beat Butcha has been working hard on solidifying his name in the US. Via a wide range of work producing for Sean Price, Tony Yayo, Danny Brown, Havoc of Mobb Deep, Mac Miller, Canibus, Souljah Boy, and many more.
'Raw and Uncut' is the first in a series of instrumental compilations, containing 20 fresh previously unreleased instrumentals versions to tracks he produced for the likes of Tony Yayo, Havoc (of Mobb Deep), Sean Price, Agallah, Jaz O, Lil Eto, Sav Killz and plenty more.
The release is available from iTunes, Amazon, Bandcamp and relevant digital retailers, physical CDs are also available from selected retailers.
MP3: Cali Swag District - "Still Ain't No Fun" (Snoop Remake)
319 Music Group (home to Cali Swag District and more) is prepping for the release of there label compilation album, "Cali Swag District Presents: 319" coming soon. Here goes the first single off the record by Cali Swag District, TY Dolla$ign & Smitty Boy, "Still Ain't No Fun", a remake of the classic west coast record by Snoop Dogg, Tha Dogg Pound & Nate Dogg.
Artists: Cali Swag District, TY Dolla$ign & Smitty Boy Song: Still Ain't No Fun Download link: http://hulkshare.com/xi4g3gedal0d . Album: Cali Swag District Presents: 319
The Writers Guild is a new collective consisting of MC Pennywise, Mr. Miranda, RoQy TyRaiD, Random (Mega Ran) and Roknowledge. The era of the Guild begins with a flurry of new music promised starting this today at writersguild.bandcamp.com.
"Here's a demo of a song we made about a year and a half ago at my east coast studio '36 East'. It's featuring Kosha Dillz, one of the rawest Jewish kids I know proving again that hip-hop comes in all shapes, sizes, forms and races... I thought I'd show him some love. The very special guest featured on this track is one of the illest of all time Kool G Rap."
I am not here today to debate the merits of the music of the White Girl Mob, which is made up of Kreayshawn, whom you already know I dig, DJ Lil Debbie and V-Nasty (pictured L to R). I’m here to tell you they’re kicking your ass when it comes to internet promotion. Actually I’m not just here to tell that to you, I’m here to show you how they’re doing it.