Elusive teams up with Domination Recordings to release the remix version of his latest production album titled “District 2 District” featuring Planet Asia, Royce Da 5'9, Main Flow, Casual, Gift of Gab, Prince Po, El Da Sensei, Omega Red, Ricky General, Whosane, Naptron, Neb Luv, Lady G, Trenseta and Bruce Hathcock. "District 2 District" The Remixes now available for digital download at iTunes & Amazon.com.
Tracklisting: 1. Intro feat. Bruce Hathcock 2. District 2 District feat. Planet Asia and Ricky General 3. What Yall Chasing feat. Royce da 5'9, Naptron and Bruce Hathcock 4. Too Many feat. Casual 5. Whats Poppin feat. Whosane 6. To the Top feat. Main Flow and Omega Red 7. Danger feat. Trenseta 8. What It Do feat. Prince Po 9. Clapped Up feat. Naptron and C France 10. Green Berets feat. Planet Asia 11. Rhyme Games feat. Gift of Gab and Whosane 12. Gangstas feat. Killah Priest, Ras Kass and Ricky General 13. Paper Chasin feat. Neb Luv and Naptron 14. Last Bar feat. Planet Asia 15. My Swag feat. Lady G and Whosane 16. Bomb Hard feat. El da Sensei 17. On Lock feat. Main Flow and Whosane 18. Change the Game feat. Naptron and C France 19. Cold With It feat. Lady G and Trenseta
MP3: Mr. Brady - "Get Choze" Feat. Diamond D and Blu
Mr. Brady Brings Together Old School And New School With Latest From Labor Of Love
While outside may feel like a winter wonderland, this next serving from Cali rapper Mr. Brady has a warm, laid back feel – one that harkens memories of past summer seasons – with "Get Choze," the latest single from Labor of Love, Brady's latest release on Clear Label Records. Produced by Brady, himself – Mr. Brady eschews rhyming on Labor Of Love, instead handling production duties for the entire album – the producer/rapper acquired the collaborative efforts of the legendary Diamond D and fellow west coast rapper Blu.
It was after a connection on MySpace between Brady and Diamond D that the track came to be, and with Brady's vision to bring the old school and new school together, Blu added the perfect final piece. "I wanted to bridge the gap between the O.G's like Diamond D and artists that I consider to be the future, like Blu," explains Brady. "Nobody is really doing that right now and making it sound right, so I wanted to do something different, something that I thought would sound right."
Hailing from San Diego, California, Mr. Brady is not new to the hip-hop game. Mr. Brady has worked with artists like Diamond D (producer of The Fugess and Mos Def), Killah Preist, Guilty Simpson, Blu, Evidence and more. He has toured around the globe including extended trips through Europe, Canada and the USA performing with such legends as Common, The Roots, Slum Village and Souls Of Mischief. After promoting himself and seeing his buzz-factor increase, Mr. Brady established the label Battle Axe Records in 1999. In 2003, Mr. Brady teamed up with the powerhouse group Deep Rooted, who signed to Clear Label Records. His latest solo album, Labor Of Love is available now.
MP3: Ghostpoet - "Cash And Carry Me Home (Alex Patchwork Remix)"
UK emcee Ghostpoet recently released the video for the first single "Cash And Carry Me Home" from his upcoming debut album Peanut Butter Blues & Melancholy Jam. The single doesn't officially drop until January 24, 2011 so Ghostpoet is lacing us yet again, this time with a dreamy remix of the track by Alex Patchwork. Peanut Butter Blues & Melancholy Jam will be released on Gilles Peterson's Brownswood Recordings on February 7, 2011.
MP3: Ghetto the Plug f/ Tity Boi - "I See You Haters"
Ghetto the Plug has a lot of songs with big features to premiere and we start today with the Tity Boi assisted "I See You Haters." Tity Boi is one half of the Playaz Circle signed to Ludacris' Disturbing Tha Peace and has recently made a lot of noise with his "2 Chains" single. Ghetto the Plug also shares the same DJ as R&B star Monica.
Ghetto the Plug hooks up with DTP artist Tity Boi to blaze the streets with "I See You Haters." Sure to be a celebratory record in the streets, "I See You Haters" is set to appear on Ghetto's "Dopish" (Dope-ish) mixtape hosted by DJ Bobby Black.