MHz Legacy Announces Winners For "Yellow + Blue" Producer Remix
Courtesy Audible Treats.
MHz Legacy, in conjunction with their label, Man Bites Dog Records, is excited to announce the winners for their Yellow + Blue Producer Remix Contest.
The grand prize winner, taking home a unique song recorded by MHz Legacy, a MASCHINE Mikro MK2 from Native Instruments, and a watch courtesy of FLUD Watches, is Psymun. The first runner-up for the contest, winning a watch courtesy of FLUD Watches and clothing courtesy of Akomplice Clothing, is Melvin Junko, and the second runner-up, winning a watch courtesy of FLUD Watches and back catalog courtesy of Man Bites Dog Records, is SenturyStatus.
In December, MHz Legacy, announced the Yellow + Blue Producer Remix Contest. Presented in conjunction with 2DopeBoyz, Native Instruments, FLUD Watches, Akomplice Clothing, Audible Treats, and MHz Legacy's label, Man Bites Dog Records, the contest gave aspiring producers the opportunity to remix "Yellow + Blue," the Blu-featuring standout track from MHz' recent album, MHz Legacy. Over the two weeks in which the contest ran, MHz Legacy received over 200 total submissions, with entries coming from all over the world, including multiple continents. "I really appreciated the number of submissions we received for the contest -- there were hundreds we had to listen to!" notes Tage Future, who, with the rest of the group, judged each individual entry. "The winning submissions needed to be dope, and they needed to move me. There was a lot of strong competition in the mix, and we had fun going through the selection process."
One thing that stands out in particular about each of the winning remix submissions is how different they are, not only from each other but also from the original, something that, according to Copywrite, was an important aspect of the overall judgement process. "I didn't want any of the remixes to have the same vibe as the original," notes Copywrite. "To me, a great remix creates a completely different vibe from its original but still fits 100%. 'Yellow + Blue' is my favorite song on the MHz Legacy album, and we appreciate everybody who took the time out to remix our song."
Audio: Honey Cocaine & The MIDI Mafia, "He's The One" ft. Roxie LS
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Cambodian-Canadian rapper Honey Cocaine presents "He's The One", her new single produced by Grammy-nominated music producers/songwriters/artists The MIDI Mafia, the producers behind records for Justin Bieber, 50 Cent, Frank Ocean, Brandy, Cee-Lo Green and more.
Yo Soy La Mierda: La Subida de un Hombre Negro is the tenth indie release from Quanstar. Teaming up once again with the msuic making super-duo of LexZyne Productions, Quanstar takes listeners on an eclectic journey through his ego.
This 7 track Free EP Introduces an combination of Alternative Hip-Hop artists with various styles merged into one original piece of work. Members on this project consists of MonoPoleJoe, Signature, Reidy, BDaMan, Bill$ and Burgdaddy. It also features production from their in-house producers, SayJak and Signature as well as production from Slomo.
C-Rayz Walz & Rebel Diaz "CRAAZY" Official Video!!!
Courtesy Sun Cycle Entertainment.
Wants to thank everyone for the support on the release of The New Video for CRAAZY. Thanks to Sense Hernandez and Julio Knapp for visualizing our music and allowing us to share it with the world. One love to RDACBX ! So dope to have features from Alice the Goon and Baby Bronx!! Our Family is strong and present in this video and you will hear much more from all of us in the near future! Much Love to all that have supported today.. if you havent seen it yet... Here it goes...
Here is a video we did for Oh No feat. Blu & MED that just came out today. Due to hectic schedules we were not able to get everyone together in making the video so we decided to have some fun with it. We hope you like it and please let me know what you think.
D-Sisive - Knoblich - The Complete '08 Comeback Special
.mixed by: DJ Grouch
.production: D-Sisive, Orin Isaacs, The Arkeologists, Muneshine, MoSS, Anonymous Twist, Bird, Gamshooter & Justin Trugman
.featuring: Muneshine, Guilty Simpson & Frankenstein
I awoke from a deep hibernation. Asleep for close to seven years. A sink full of dirty dishes and the Beach Boys masterpiece, Pet Sounds, successfully played the role of alarm clock. I was switched on. Ignoring the morning breath and bed sores, I ran with a creative explosion that would reign the next 5 years of my life.
I abandoned what I refer to as my Laundry Room period, but could never forget it, as I would spend half of a decade documenting it.
The words poured out of me. I couldn’t turn the faucet off even if I wanted to. I found my voice and it was the perfect time to say something with it.
Let The Children Die was to be my debut. Urbnet, my record label, wanted to release something right away. Something to wet appetites. Something to remind people I was still alive. We rushed out an EP. The BOOK [Ballad Of Orville Knoblich]. I had already released a re-working of the Iggy Pop classic, The Idiot, telling the story of a relationship between a man and his prostitute love. The Idiot:Hijacked fell on deaf ears. Understandable, since I hadn’t released music in so long. I hoped The BOOK wouldn’t suffer the same fate.
Fortunately, it didn’t. It laid the foundation for what would result in seven critically acclaimed albums over the course of five years, and a platform for my voice and I. It also gave me my first Juno Award Nomination for Best Rap Recording in 2009. This was also the year I developed my addiction to releasing new music.
In November of 2008, I decided to release a mixtape of features, selections from The Idiot:Hijacked and The BOOK, as well as songs that were recorded for the EP, but didn’t make the cut. On January 1st , with help from the incredible DJ Grouch, we released Knoblich|The Complete ’08 Comeback Special [a play on the legendary 1968 Elvis Presley television special].
In May of this year, The BOOK will celebrate its fifth birthday. I feel it’s the perfect time to re-release this time capsule of a moment that defined the artist I am today. And the perfect time to admit I have a thing for Elvis-themed mixtapes.
Also, feel free to pay what you can for this, if you can. I’ve given away a lot of free music. With this one, the option to pay is there if you feel the need to. ☺