PR: Senor Kaos New Album "The Kaos Effect" In Stores Now
Courtesy Senor Kaos.
I just want to say THANK YOU to everybody in ATL who came out to "The Kaos Effect" album release party this past friday night 11.11.11 at 529. Shouts to J-Live, Ekundayo, Lyric Jones, Binkis Recs, 4-Ize, Fort Knox, DJ Deliver, DJ Mafioso, Locsmif, Fort Knox, Hollywood Shine, and Speakeasy Promo for making the show a success. One of the craziest parts of the evening was getting off stage and somebody telling me I finished my set right at 1:11am. WOW!
In case you haven't heard, my new album "The Kaos Effect" IS OUT NOW!!! Whew... Feels great to be able to say that.
The album is produced entirely by Atlanta mainstay Illastrate.
In addition to Illastrate’s production the album also features guest artists: J-Live, Fresh Daily, Binkis Recs, Ekundayo, Ozy Reigns, Lyric Jones, Fort Knox and includes cuts by DJ Dainja. The album is available in physical and digital formats via New York based Indy label High Water Music. Distribution is handled via Fat Beats.
You can also purchase digital and physical copies at SenorKaos.com Anyone who purchases the CD this week will receive an autographed copy singed by yours truly.
If your in ATL you can catch the album at Moods Music and Criminal Records in Little 5 Points. If your local mom & pop record store doesn't have The Kaos Effect tell em to order than thang via Fat Beats Distribution ASAP!
Video: Mr Jay f/ Smith Dele - "Tear This Place Down"
Mr Jay, Smith and Dele have teamed up to create a dubstep influnced banger which has been playlisted on AKA and is building up steam on national radio. The 3 artists have collectively supported Professor green, N dubz, Blackstreet, Dru Hill,Lloyd, JLS, Flo Rida, Taio Cruz and Tinchy Strider to name a few.
Download: Montage One, "Find One" (produced by Jake One)
Courtesy Dunn Deal PR.
Being an artist on the road may be stressful, but it has its perks: you get to see the sights, perform in front of screaming fans, and even enjoy a little groupie love. And if you’ve got someone waiting for you at home… well, what happens on tour stays on tour, right? Not so fast. On newly-leaked album cut Find One, making its world premiere as the 15th entry in DJBooth and Event Electronics’ 20/20 Music Series, Montage One joins forces with rapper-producer Jake One to give his industry peers a reality check.
Led off with a famous snippet from ‘89 film Harlem Nights, Jake’s funky sample work bangs in the back as he and the Los Angeles representer exhort fellas to give their women the love and respect they deserve - that means chocolate on Valentine’s and birthdays, spending time with the kids, and no breezy on the side (Or, if you must, don’t be stupid about it.) This insightful jam, along with previous 20/20 Music cut Black Spaceships, can be found on 10.6.3 OGX, due out in February.
Hot on the heels of his recent Burnt Fingaz 2 compilation, producer J-Roots teams up with Reds of Chronic Redeye and Soldjasoulz to bring you a gritty, one emcee/one producer project that takes it back to the essence of the art form and should get fans of that hardcore Boom Bap flavour turning the volume up a notch and reaching for the king skins.
Raw street reports with heavy wordplay over big drums and chopped samples is the order of the day here as the Burnt Fingaz camp return with another slice of hip hop served in it's purest form - strictly for the love of the music with no regard for radio friendliness or commercial viability. From the underdog's anthem of 'E.A Sh*t' to the meat hook realities of life served up on 'Report From The Real' this project confirms that HHC Magazine (RIP) where correct in labelling Reds and the fam as ''true children of the sound system age... here to stay''
For those that have been sleeping, Reds is an emcee that earned his stripes spitting at sound system sessions in the nineties and formed his own Chronic Redeye Music imprint in 2004 which has seen him recording with artists such as Bronze Nazareth, Main Flow, Timbo King and Deadly Hunta, along with numerous cuts with the artists in his immediate circle such as DPF, Franko Fraize and Lyrical T. No one in the East does it quite like this.
In a time when a lot of music has been cleaned up to within an inch of its life, J-Roots and Reds have taken a rawer and organic approach to recording which allows the listener to be immersed in the smoked out, cognac soaked vibes that these N- City basement sessions produce. One take straight spitting with no punch-ins is the style here, strictly real talk and sick loops combined with cuts from resident turntablist Professor Breakz. The result is hard hitting. Time to see who can take the weight...
Tracklisting: 01. Reds Intro 02. EA Sh*t 03. Beg No Friend 04. Step Aside 05. Dark Overture 06. Report From The Real 07. Domepiece (Revisited)
Los Angeles, CA, November 2011 – Following his full length debut, “For the Rest of My Days”, released through Fat Beats Distribution last September, Hip Hop producer, The Silent Titan, drops his second single, "So Exquisite" featuring Prince Po from the legendary Hip Hop group, Organized Konfusion. Aptly titled, the song allows Prince Po to wax poetic about his status in the game as well as his impeccable mic skills. With thumping bass and crisp snares permeating the track, The Silent Titan reminds listeners that the classic Hip Hop sound is alive and well.