Video: The Tuna Brothers - Island Retreat (Produced by Symphonik Bang)
Working under hazy clouds of substances unknown back in 2008, Shanky Lightfoot and Mista Plus recorded a couple of tracks together for the love of hip hop music. For the next 4 years and what is now the quiet before the storm, The Tuna Brothers, are completing their evolution into a Hurricane of Hip Hop and rhyme flows etched in lyricism, storytelling, and activism.
Archived Edition! Classic with Jeru Da Damaja!! on BBR (3 YR Anniversary)
Courtesy DJ Lord Ron.
13 dayz to listen to this special edition! Tune in now if you missed this now classic 3 year anniversary show with show hosts Rebels To The Grain, DJ Lord Ron, LA Mixmaster Ralph M and legendary guest from the Gang Starr Foundation, Jeru Da Damaja on Breakbeats & Rhymes radio show.
After a 2-year hiatus, Jamall Bufford returns with "10,000." The Ann Arbor native says he's taken the last 2 years to "rest, regroup & reevaluate" as well as work at the local teen center in Ann Arbor, the Neutral Zone, as the emcee workshop advisor. In his recent tradition of releasing music around his birthday in December, Jamall follows 2009's "It's A 1derful Life" mixtape & 2010's Crown Royale LP (alongside DJ Rhettmatic) with this winter-time heater produced by fellow Athletic Mic League King 14KT.
While Livin Proof is busy promoting his latest mixtape, Die For A Deal, he is also gearing up to bring his fans a visual for the single "Cut The Check" produced by V-Notes for Fantom Of The Beat (Producer of Lil Kim' “Magic Stick” Ft. 50 Cent). This trailer shows some scenes of the upcoming video as well as some exclusive shots with fellow Brooklyn Rapper Uncle Murda.
MP3: Pac Div - "Sneakerboxes" Ft. Chip Gnarly and Big Sik
Courtesy Audible Treats.
LA rap trifecta Pac Div have recently released their anticipated sophomore album, GMB, and are tenaciously leading the charge in the city's rap renaissance. Their latest single, "Sneakerboxes," which Billboard premiered today, continues to keep it in the California family with features from 17-year-old Chip Gnarly reppin' Inglewood, and long-time collaborator Big Sik.
Small Professor: "The Easiest Way" (feat. Guilty Simpson)
Small Professor recruits recent dice gamer Guilty Simpson for the lead single from SP's "Yokozuna", dropping December 5th. While the rest of the project finds SP remixing choice cuts from his "Gigantic, Vol. 1" compilation, this is the sole original cut...a dramatic, bassy string loop that leads straight into a choice sample of "Breaking Bad", which in turn sets up GS to talk his sh*t over a frenetic piano sample.
BBG is a group from Brockton, MA consisting of @PhatPeazy, @PassportPudgee, @HazeCarrera, @UpNorthBurdman, and @MoNastyCarter. "F*ck Yo Beat" is their latest release consistening of the years hottest beats. BBG has decided to release a Webisode in order allow fans to get further familiar with what viewers can come to expect in the future.