DJ Dyllemma & MC Eleven of Reservoir Sound return for their monthly installment of the Year in Review series. Today, March 11th we find the duo accompanied by Jimmy "The Gent" for turntable instrumentation & co-production on their 3rd single "No Noo Nooo."
Mixtape: ME8ighty - "T.O.P #TalentOverPopularity EP - Vol. 1"
Courtesy Dreem Entertainment.
ME8ighty - 23 year old emcee from the small city of Saginaw, Michigan delivers a bevy of clever rhymes along with slick anecdotes and enticing vocals that will leave a listener wanting more. He's has been working diligently since his last release in 2011 "On 80s Radio: Vol.2" and he's back with the new EP called T.O.P #TalentOverPopularity - featuring #dope artists such as, Ray P. & Bishop (his label mates from D.R.E.E.M. Entertainment), Jon Connor's newly signed artist to All Varsity Music, Justin Daye - DJ [of EST], and Ramesses D.B.I. [of Hood Council].
All of us here at the underground music blog Rhythm22 are hoping to be featured on your site & appreciate your time to go through our music submission from our collective Pragmatic Theory, which is a collective of artists from all parts of the globe making their musical contributions.
Video: Dubb Sicks "Head in the Hoopty" ft. Michael White
Head in the Hoopty is the earnest plight of two amazing broke southern gentlemen appempting to entice females into performing felatio in their rundown vehicle. It's a glimpse into the world of beauty, pain, and humor that engulf the lives of the underprivaliged. At a time when it is fashonable to pretend to be richer than you actually are, it is both heartwarming and beautiful to see the other side of the struggle. Please play the video and enjoy "Head in the Hoopty"
The Certified Fresh Jumpoff Present: Midnight Marauders Remix Competition
Courtesy Kevin Nottingham.
If you’ve been with KevinNottingham.com for a while, you may remember one of our niches from 2008 – 2010 was our weekly remix competitions. Back then we held contests for producers to remix classic albums such as Illmatic, The Blueprint, and Mama Said Knock You Out. With our remix competitions and sample compilations, we prided ourselves in being a producer’s community… and we still do. Which is why we’re bringing back our weekly remix competition for the 20th anniversary release of A Tribe Called Quest’s Midnight Marauders! Only this time, we’re doing it better. We’ve teamed up with iStandard Producers, The Certified Fresh Jumpoff, and producer extraordinaire DJ Pain1 to make this contest our best one yet.
Each week, for the next 14 weeks, we will provide you with an original sample used to create each track from the album. You will take that song and your skills, and sample it into a brand new creation… a remix, if you will. In some of our previous contests, we have provided you with the acapella to use in your remix. This project will not be using the acapellas from Midnight Marauders. Instead, after we complete the 14 weeks of our beat contest, we will select some of your favorite emcees to rock over your beats (similar to how we did the Mama Said Knock You Out project). The finished project will be released by November, just in time for the album’s 20th anniversary!
PRIZES: In addition to being included on our 20th Anniversary Tribute Album to Midnight Marauders, the winner for each week will also receive a free account and teaser kit at iStandardProducers.com(courtesy of iStandard Producers).
Hit the link below to catch up on the contest rules and learn how you can submit.
i hope you all can enjoy and feel what im putting out, my new album entitled (swxrve) is dropping next month. all im trying to do is keep hiphop in motion. i dont want fame nor riches. i just want real hiphop listeners.
“What’s Wrong,” was initially produced and recorded for Rakim’s “Seventh Seal” (2009) LP, but due to clearance issues was nixed from the retail release of the project. It has since sat dormant until Rakim gave the track back to Marco and he decided to use it for his forthcoming free-LP “Newport Authority 2” as Marco states “I’ve recorded so much quality material over the last few years and I really want to share it all. It couldn't all possibly fit on “Port Authority 2”; hence “Newport Authority 2” came to be.”