MILC is a Hip-Hop/R&B Duo. Consists of artist's TyPhilly & RED. Both Born & Raised In New York City, who both rap & sing. The letters in the word MILC stand for a number of things that the two artists go by on a daily.
RapReviews' podcast lineup brings you another epic show from Jeep Ward a/k/a DJ Halo in his Subways & Sidewalks series. This time it's the Grand Re-Opening!! Here's what Jeep has to say about it: "Holy snap! I have been on hiatus for long enough, damn. Sorry to be away but I got robbed, had an HD crash and then moved 3000+ miles so it's been tough. New studio is up and running, functionally at least, in Oakland CA. Yup, home of MC Hammer and E-40 is my new residence, so peep game..."
* Factor - Alive Tomorrow ft. NOMAD (From Woke Up Alone out July 23)
* Thelonius Tut - Get Hi ft. Calest (Theloniustut.bandcamp.com)
* Blue Sky Black Death & SAS - Valley of Kings ft. Cam'ron & P.A.P.I. (BSBD.Bandcamp.com)
* Sadistik - Kill the King ft. Decon the Villian (From Flowers For My Father)
* Aesop Rock - Harbor is Yours (HALO Remix)
* Botzy - Thrill is Gone ft. Justyn Dow (From Buck Fotzy out July 11)
* Blue Sky Black Death & Dinero Farrar - This is It ft. Child Actor (From Cliff of Death)
* PremRock & Willie Green - Jogger ft. Open Mike Eagle (HALO Remix)
* Bisco Smith & Bq:Ram - Picture Perfect (From Atlantic Sky)
* Bisco Smith & Bq:Ram - Searching ft. Milly (From Atlantic Sky)
* Sadistik - Russian Roulette ft. Cage & Yes Alexander (From Flowers For My Father)
* JnaturaL ft. Eligh - Push Away (From Bad Woman Rising out June 9)
* Sister Crayon - Cynic (From Cynic EP)
* Willie Green ft. PremRock - Fasho Fasho! (From We Live In The Future)
* Foreign Legion - Roommate Joint (From Playtight)
It's time for another new edition of The Hip-Hop Shop. Episode #220 is entitled R.I.P. PureEnergy. I'm doing a dedication to a friend from the gaming community, so Richie Branson, Mega Ran, K-Murdock and Mister Wilson are all featured this week. Thanks for listening and remember to share the show with a friend and tell them to check it out every Tuesday on RapReviews.com!
* Random - Final Fantasy (Lost Perception Remix)
* mc chris - Nerd Cave
* Richie Branson - #BringBackCrono (All I Had)
* Random (Mega Ran) - There, Their & They're
* Richie Branson - Otaku King
* K-Murdock - Thief's Theme (Locke)
* Random f/ Mister Wilson - Eat Em Up
The track is featured on Drique’s collaborative EP with U’nique Music entitled Payton & Kemp. Have a great rest of the weekend and if you decide to post the video let us know so we can promote the link via Facebook, Twitter, etc.
Ultramagnetic MC's - "The Critical Beatdown Tour" Europe, Summer 2013
Courtesy Wanja Lange.
The group, made up of Kool Keith, Ced Gee and TR Love are gracing Europe with their presence for their first tour in 25 years, celebrating the anniversary of "Critical Beatdown", the groups debut studio album. Critics have proclaimed the 1988 released "Critical Beatdown" as a classic album of hip hop's "golden age", having influenced artists such as Public Enemy, more so gangsta rap in general, and several generations of underground hip hop artists, even laying the foundation for producers like Dilla and Madlib with their innovative sampling techniques. "Critical Beatdown" was unmatched in originality and ferocity, deserving nothing less than a world widely celebrated anniversary.
Lead by Kool Keith, arguably one of Hip Hop's most interesting characters, The Ultramagnetic MC's are known to have made some of the best Hip Hop of all time.
Don't believe it? Ask De La Soul, The Prodigy, Nas and many more of your favorite artists!
The Ultramagnetic MC's have come back together to give Hip Hop Fans all across the globe what they are missing, a true authentic hip-hop show! This tour is not only for the fans they made 25 years ago but also serves as an introduction to those of a younger generation who may have never heard of them, showing them where their favorite rappers got their style from!
These three seasoned, but never outdated MCs promise to shake the building down! If you want to be part of Hip Hop History, do not miss this once in a lifetime opportunity to see The Ultramagnetic MC's on "The Critical Beatdown Tour" at one of their stops in Belgium, France, the UK, Ireland, or the Netherlands.
July 2, Paris- Le Trabendo
July 4 Amsterdam- Melkweg
July 5 London- Clapham Grand
July 6 Brighton- Concorde 2
JULY 8 Norwich- Norwich Arts Center
July 9 Leeds- Brudenell Social Club
July 10 Glasgow- O2 ABC2
July 11 Manchester- Band On The Wall
July 12 Dublin- The Sugar Club
July 20 Belgium- Dour Music Festival