Los Angeles emcee Monk McNasty defrauds the myth of Santa Claus in the new music video for "Dadda Clause", directed by Emerg McVay. McNasty made his name as a battler on the GrindTime circuit before releasing last year's Full Metal Rapshet mixtape.
Audio: yU "Can't Hide (feat. EyeQ)" New Non-Album Bonus Cut!
Courtesy Mello Music Group.
Today, enjoy the non-album bonus cut from yU "Can't Hide" (ft. EyeQ) produced by Slimkat78. Slimkat78's production features vocal sample and chopped up horns while yU and guest MC, EyeQ, trade verses. The combination between yU, EyeQ, and Slimkat78 seems effortless while yU and EyeQ's chemistry is undeniable. Enjoy!
So after many years of being under the study of Beat-Making John Robinson has finally decided to let the rest of the world hear what he creates outside of writing lyrics and working with various other producers around the world. "My beats are very personal to me, they are like therapy for whenever I am not writing. It is another outlet to express myself creatively." says J.R. when asked why he hasn't put his beats out there sooner.
Welcome to the first installment of Brilliant Soundscapes, enjoy and spread the vibes.
Thanks to everyone who submitted and took the time to comment and vote for their favorite entries. There were some real stand out tracks, and allot of really great efforts all around. We thought that over all Fef had the cleanest sound, and his remix fit the track well. The drums hit hard, it was carried by a dope bassline, and a hypnotic melody. Everyone agreed that Rakmas' remix was the runner up. It changed ths sound of the track, hit hard, had some nice played chops, filtered samples, and dope bassline. Third place was a tie between Kafutchino and Sicktunes. Kafutchino had a dope remix. Drums sounded like sp 1200, hit real hard, and the low fi sample fit the hard hitting drums well. Only thing was, by the second verse the vocals start to drift, but a nice effort. Sicktunes the 3rd place runner up had another dope remix, a sound that fit the track with a eerie change up for Killah Priests part.
Special thanks to Lee, Chris and Soundcloud, Destruments, IDE & Alucard, Creative Juices Music and all the producers.
MP3: Aaron Cohen - "Never Should Have Let Me Go" (prod. Infinite Jeanius)
On "Never Should Have Let Me Go", the Brooklyn by way of Seattle rhymesayer Aaron Cohen sets free the white whale off his forthcoming mixtape Crack. Produced once again by North Carolina's Infinite Jeanius, AC drops bars that parallel his skills to the one that you let get away over this anthemic instrumental straight out the trap house...wisen up and stay tuned for that Crack music!!
PR: M.O. Opening for AZ's Tour in Canada Through December
Courtesy of mdotodot.
Underground Hip Hop legend AZ will be touring across Canada next week ya boy M.O.
Catch us live Wednesday December 21st 2011 in Montreal (at Underworld), Thursday December 22nd 2011 in Saint Catharines, On. (at Red Hot Chilli Pepper), and Friday December 23rd 2011 in Ottawa (at Ritual).
Also I'll be in Sudbury hosting the 2nd Annual Boxing Day Bash at Cranky Joe's on Dec 26th.
Then It's back to MTL where I'll be your host for the Cheap & Easy New Years Party at Underworld. This is not to be missed.
See ya there!
If you haven't seen it be sure to watch Chosen One. #ShortDaysLongNights coming soon
"Distractions" is produced by Oh No. The video was directed by Darryl Phillips, of ICU Media. To download the MP3 for free visit www.facebook.com/talibkweli . 'Prisoner of Conscious' out in 2012 through Blacksmith / EMI.