Shane Eli Performing Live at the HOUSE OF BLUES on Thursday June 21st
At this point you have probably received a few email blasts about Shane Eli performing live. Some of you have checked him out, others haven't. After tearing down the Viper Room on May 12th he was just asked to play the main stage at the House of Blues on the Sunset Strip on Thursday June 21st!
This is Shane's biggest show to date, and the fact that it's happening in Los Angeles makes it even sweeter. Performing with his full live band, this is going to be an incredible night you cannot miss!
If you've never seen Shane Eli live before, NOW IS YOUR CHANCE!
Video: REKS - "Chasin" (Produced by Statik Selektah)
One of the earlier leaks, “Chasin,” from REKS Straight, No Chaser now appears in video form. REKS Straight, No Chaser is entirely produced by Statik Selektah and features appearances by Action Bronson, Slaine, Termanology and more.
Video: IAME (of Sandpeople) - "Bell Toll" ft. DJ Spark
IAME returns with new visuals for the song "Bell Toll" off his recently released Lame$tream album. Directed by Noah Porter, this tripped-out, literally dark video matches the mood of the song which finds IAME's brand of cynical humor applied to a broad range of personal demons and societal ills. These concepts are tied together by the surgical work of Sandpeople's DJ Spark. Smoke M2D6 is responsible for the 808-heavy beat layered with elements of classical piano and futuristic synths. Enjoy "Bell Toll" and make sure to check out the rest of Lame$tream at www.heavennoise.com .
BURNTmd (feat. Craig G & DJ Grazzhoppa) - "Smooth Criminal Part II" (prod. by Reef Ali)
Brooklyn-born, Vermont Transplant and now Colorado resident BURNTmd borrows a chapter from Kool G. Rap's rap pages with the Reef Ali produced "Smooth Criminal Part II," the latest leak off his forthcoming project Not So Black & White, which drops next Tuesday, June 12th. Ironically, another Juice Crew member makes a fitting contribution to the song's smoothness, with a guest feature from the Queensbridge battle legend, Craig G. For good measure, Europe's 1991 DMC Champion DJ Grazzhoppa cuts up a scratch chorus which swipes a bevy of quotables from Nas, Eazy-E, Big Daddy Kane and more.