A.M.P., Rick Ross and Steven Day Guy jumped in the lab together to bring this track to life. "What U Expect" is out now on A.M.P.'s project Streets Need Me and is produced by Epidemic Music production team, Dope Boyz. More is to come from Fetti Records recording artist A.M.P.
MP3: Virtuoso f/ DJ Haitian Star, Torch - "Wie Kings"
(produced by Sicknature of Snowgoons)
"Wie Kings" is a ground breaking exhibition of bilingual word wizardry by lyrical legend Virtuoso and german hip-hop pioneer Torch. This cross continental collaboration is laid atop an intricate orchestral arrangement with pounding percussion and a beastly bassline courtesy of Sicknature of the Snowgoons. This innovative piece of ear candy can be found on Virtuoso’s recently released third full length album “The Final Conflict” out now Big Bang Records and available at iTunes, Amazon, Newbury Comics, UndergroundHipHop, and SandboxAutomatic.
VA artist JASON (JASON804) is Letting us All Know He Means Business
You are now on the road to success!” says JASON as he enters the booth to record the very first song from the street album with Big Boyz Music, in which they’re all hoping to be one of the biggest releases at the beginning of the year. Road To Success is a highly energetic and savvy street album to set up the launch of JASON’s forth-coming album entitled Mind Of A Champion (M.O.A.C.) Everything from the cover design by Steve Santos of Esiness Design (www.esinessdesign.com) to the lyrics and beat selection speak to a purpose. The project includes original compositions from “The Big Boyz” as well as other household names you may have already familiarized yourself with, including Kanye West (Kinda Like A Big Deal, Power) where JASON conveys his cunningly gritty mic skills, and The Neptunes (I’m Good) where he exudes humility and evenly delivers a hardcore presence. JASON and Big Boyz Music continue to work hard to bring you a very complete and captivating release that you can enjoy and will want to listen to again and again!
Underground hip-hop legend Matlock follows up the critically acclaimed single “Brand New Nikes” with the 2707 album on the FLY PIG label. Guests include; JUICE, EC illa aka Whitefolks, PaceWon, Young Zee, Psalm One, Wes Restless, Werdz and Southkid. Production by Mr. Green, Wes Restless, Kaz One, Prolyfic, Heartbeat, Custom, DJ Monky, Ben Rosen and more.
1. 2707 (prod. by DJ Monky) 2. Brand New Nikes (prod. by Mr. Green) 3. Please Do (prod. by Custom) 4. Knife & Fork (prod. by DJ Monky) 5. Blaze It Up feat. EC illa, Wes Restless & Psalm One (prod. by Prolyfic) 6. God vs. Money (prod. by Kaz One) 7. The Legend of Billy Boombox (prod. by Custom) 8. This Is For You (prod. by Custom) 9. I Don't Play That feat. Southkid & Young Zee (prod. by Ben Rosen) 10. Margo's Song (prod. by Wes Restless) 11. Bright Sunny Day (prod. by Ben Rosen) 12. Priceless feat. Werdz, PaceWon & JUICE (prod. by Mr. Green) 13. Honky Kong (prod. by Kaz One) 14. Days I Remember feat. Wes Restless (prod. by Wes Restless) 15. Last Train (prod. by Heartbeat)
Male or female, hiphop doesnt get much better than this.
Brooklyn's Jamaican born MC Gangalee has been on the grind for several years releasing a succession of mixtapes & EPs, but 2011 could be the year where this unbelievably talented artist steps up. With the completion of her studio album "The Black Pin Up" not far away, and the restructuring of her label, Gangalee has always earned props for writing & performing from the heart.
The two videos "Opulence / Hot 2.0" & "Pretty Girls" both draw on her hip hop and Jamaican influences, with the hard hitting message in Pretty Girls a throwback to the Lauryn Hill era
"Pretty Girls" is taken from her EP "Vintage Roots" and we've got some bangers below for you to download, including her track Get That Money Y'All ft Drake. Also be sure to check the original version of "Hot" also taken from "Vintage Roots".