Free Download: Kosha Dillz - "The Jet Lag EP" + New Video
What's up everybody? Dillzionaires and Dillzionettes... Its your favorite hustlin' rapping homie Kosha Dillz here with some great news for you, including a new project called "The Jet Lag EP" that you can download for free!
Being from Minnesota, warm weather has a special significance for me. This is why I am very excited to release the All My Life EP just in time for summer via Parisian record label Kitsuné. If you haven't heard the soundcloud sampler, check it out and leave a comment telling me what you think. It will be available on all digital music retailers May 28th and is currently available for sale exclusively through Beatport. As a special treat, I'm unveiling a video I just completed for Dream On, the last song on the EP. Feel free to share it far & wide!
Video: C-Note f/ Dem One, IL Twice - "Power of the Third"
A video released by Open University Productions out of San Jose CA. The Track is produced by C Note and features Dem One, IL Twice, and Noah Deeakili. The Track is off of C-Note's debut album "Keepin It 100."
Audio: Statik Selektah & Termanology - "What the Streets Want"
2012 was a crazy year... and album, that’s how hip-hop heads worldwide will remember it. Following in the footsteps of great DJ/Producer and MC duos like Eric B. & Rakim and Gang Starr, Statik Selektah & Termanology once again combine to form the powerhouse group 1982. The formula is perfected and flawless as Statik crafts the perfect sonic landscapes for Term’s more mature and sophisticated delivery; see the uplifting first single “Shining.”
Holding Term down on the microphone side of things are great guest spots from some of the hottest new talent in the game; Mac Miller, Roc Marciano and Freddie Gibbs blend nicely with iconoclasts Bun B., Havoc of Mobb Deep and Lil Fame of M.O.P and Shawn Stockman from Boyz 2 Men. 2012 has already garnered high praise as this month’s Source Magazine has given the full length it’s coveted “Independent’s Day” column and XXL has a great review ready for it’s May 22nd issue. The duo will also hit the road in both the states and abroad, April - July for full tour support of the album. 2012 will indeed be the year of 1982.
Statik & Termanology’s 2012 LP will be released on 5-22-2012
Included is a link to “What The Streets Want,” which is a bonus track from 1982’s “2012” LP.
MP3: J57 f/ DJ Brace, Rasheed Chappell - "Elite Status"
J57 is set to release 2 EP's: 2057 & The Ports EP's, on 5.22 only at J57music.com. Check out a track off of each EP below. "Elite Status" Featuring Rasheed Chappell is taken from 2057 & "Four Finger Ringers" Featuring Sene & DJ Brace is taken from The Ports EP.
Earlier this month, Fly Moon Royalty announced their new EP, Dimensions. The EP, which will be released as a free download on May 22nd, is a thank you to fans that supported Fly Moon's self-titled debut, and following the recent release of lead single "My Heart Keeps Pumping," AdraBoo and Action Jackson are excited to give fans a brand new track today, "The Birthday Song."
Despite a potentially deceiving title, "The Birthday Song," says Fly Moon Royalty, isn't meant to be taken on face value. "This song isn't your average Happy Birthday song," explains AdraBoo. Inspired by a close friend, the song is instead about how being around a close friend or loved one can brighten even the darkest days. For his part, Action Jackson delivers a bright, bouncy instrumental, complete with keys, bells, and chimes, as Adra sings on the song's hook, "You make everyday feel just like it's a birthday/ Can I share 365 more with you?"
After introducing two album cuts, "Don't Have You" & "Lonely Roller" (ft. J.Nics), Steven A. Clark released the non-album cut "Chemistry" a couple weeks back, a spontaneous collaboration with production team Mr. Familiar. Steven added his own spin to what was originally an instrumental release for Mr. Familiar's upcoming Time Traveler EP. Steven A. Clark and The Free Lve Collective, a Miami based lifestyle brand, presents an "out of this world" interpretation of visual chemistry. "Chemistry" promo video created and edited by Free Lve.
HOOD MOST WANTED 8 1. 2 CHAINZ & DRAKE – NO LIE 2. 2 CHAINZ & 50 CENT – RIOT (RMX) 3. FUTURE – SAME DAMN TIME 4. MGK feat. 2 CHAINZ, MEEK MILL, FRENCH MONTANA & YO GOTTI – WILD BOY (RMX) 5. WAKA FLOCKA & MEEK MILL – LET DEM GUNS BLAM 6. DRAKE & LIL WAYNE – HYFR 7. 2 CHAINZ & T.I. – SPEND IT (RMX) 8. BIRDMAN & RICK ROSS – BORN STUNNA 9. DOUT GOTCHA – FREESTYLE 10. WIZ KHALIFA & 2 CHAINZ – ITS NOTHIN 11. FUTURE – JORDAN DIDDY 12. GUCCI MANE, CHRIS BROWN & LIL WAYNE – CYEAH CYEAH CYEAH CYEAH 13. WAKA FLOCKA & TREY SONGZ – I DON’T REALLY CARE 14. DOUT GOTCHA – BREAK IT DOWN 15. USHER & RICK ROSS – LEMME SEE 16. TYGA & LIL WAYNE – FADED 17. DRAKE & KRAZY DRAYZ – THE MOTTO (RMX) 18. CASH OUT & AKON – CASHIN OUT (RMX) 19. MAC MILLER & LIL WAYNE – THE QUESTION 20. RICK ROSS & USHER - TOUCH-N-YOU
HOODS MOST WANTED 9 1. CHIEF KEEF feat. KANYE WEST, PUSHA T, BIG SEAN & JADAKISS – I DON’T LIKE (RMX) 2. MEEK MILL, FABOLOUS, FRENCH MONTANA & DJ DRAMA – RACKED UP SHAWTY 3. KANYE WEST, BIG SEAN, PUSHA T & 2 CHAINZ – MERCY 4. MAINO & WAKA FLOCKA – MOBBIN 5. WALE, RICK ROSS & FABOLOUS – ALBERT PUJOLS 6. FRENCH MONTANA, BIRDMAN, WALE, FABOLOUS & JADAKISS – EVERYTHINGS A GO(RMX) 7. FAT JOE, 2 CHAINZ & FRENCH MONTANA – NO COUNTRY 8. CAMRON & T.I. – JUNGLE 9. JADAKISS, MEEK MILL & YUNG JOC – BY THE BAR 10. MEEK MILL – FLEXIN ON EM 11. JADAKISS, FABOLOUS & LLOYD BANKS – RESPECT IT 12. RICK ROSS, DRAKE & FRENCH MONTANA – STAY SCHEMIN (RMX) 13. JADAKISS, STYLES P, WALE & FRENCH MONTANA – PAPER TAGS 14. N.O.R.E, STYLES P & RAEKWON – GOOGLE THAT 15. LOVERANCE, 50 CENT, YOUNG JEEZY, T.I. & CHRIS BROWN – UP (RMX) 16. SHEEK LOUCH – SHOW YOU 17. KRAZY DRAYZ – TWO TURNTABLES 18. NAS – DAUGHTERS BONUS TRACKS 19. OV MAYOR – BIKINI SONG 20. DMX & SNOOP DOGG – SHIT DON’T CHANGE
Recording artist Jeury San has been in the studio 24-7 lately creating musical goodness. Whilst finishing up his work with producer Villain, the lyricist decided to drop this new song. Jeury San wanted to comeback with a heavy hip-hop flow over a gritty beat, a step in a different direcion from all of his latest releases which have had a more mainstream sound; he wants to show everyone that he can still flow with the best of them & that J. San never left! This track is a taste of what's to come from his upcoming mixtape "Barely Human" which is a compilation of freestyles on beats from your favorite radio hits and even a few originals such as "San Back".