Audio: Pragmatic Theory Presents Weirddough - Conversations
Courtesy James Whitehead.
Pragmatic Theory, in conjunction with the underground music blog Rhythm22, is a collective of international talent that releases music free to download all in appreciation of music. With our most recent compilation release, the Pragmatic Theory collective returns to their roots with THE SOUL SESSIONS. We have been blessed to have such names as Miles Bonny, Ta-ku, Stonesthrow/Someofthaship Dudley Perkins a.k.a Declaime, UK artist Melanin 9, Keith Murray's younger brother Fish Grease, Chief, ESTA., Repeat Pattern, Vanilla, BudaMonk, Melodiesinfonie, & much more!
Also last night, I did a great live interview with AZ's hottest mixshow DJ, John Blaze. Check out 2 hours of music, news and very candid conversation. It'll be replayed on www.radiosupa.com - check it out!
Lastly, for those who fancy their raps a little more...real, here's a track I did with Phoenix MC J-Story called The Subway. One of my favorite verses in recent memory.
The Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania duo of Crumb and JustTraxx better known as Dope Means are unveiling their debut LP "Government Funded" onto the world on 6-18-2013. The group is led by MC Crumb who joined the Army and was deployed to Iraq and recently returned to the States.
The Triple-D's own JT sent us some serious heat earlier this week. For those who don't know, JT is an up&coming hip-hop artist from Dallas, TX. Being one of the forefront members of the "New Dallas Movement", he kind of left us no choice but to get on board.
Responsible for the sickest music videos in Dan-e-o's music career ("Serial Killer" and Perfeck Strangers' "Work To Do", "Stay Me" and "True To You") Will X Movement is back to present the short film, "Three's A Crowd".
Audio: Rilgood f/ Fat Tony & Chase N. Cashe "God Bless America"
Courtesy Matt B.
Rilgood returns with new track "God Bless America," fittingly, just in time for the upcoming Memorial Day weekend. He brings along Houston spitter Fat Tony and New Orleans represenative Chase N. Cashe (produced by Dave Maxweel). Just a musical piece to serve as an ode to America; the good and the bad.
At 19 years old the world is your oyster, but very few are truly pearls. Roble Regal is one of them. The Toronto native raised between Canada and America is far from your average hip hop recording artist. Experimenting with vocals and a wide range of deliveries, this aspiring artist meets musicality with powerful, well thought out, and conceptual lyrics.