I'm promoting a guy called Respect Tha God...He goes back a LONG way...Part of the "Perverted Monks" crew (founded by Jeru the Damaja and Afu-Ra) and has extensively collaborated with Afu-Ra (Afu's first 2 albums) and has worked with the likes of Smith 'N' Wesson, Pf Cuttin (Blaze, Blaze), Snowgoons and Da Beatminerz. Respect has released a total of 8 mix CD's in just 3 years distributing over 50,000 CD's and MP3's worldwide. He has also extensively toured the US and Europe. I firmly believes he deserves an even bigger platform and I'm doing my best, via you and people like you, to obtain just this!
Shunda K of Yo! Majesty has dropped the latest single and video from her solo album debut The Most Wanted, out now.
The clip for the song "It's Time To Get Paid" features vocals by Berlin-based producer, Snax. Shot on location in Berlin at Netto Grocery Store and Monster Ronson's Ichiban Karaoke Nightclub, the clip also features an appearance by everyone's favorite "F**k The Pain Away" performer, Peaches.
1. NEW MEANING OF TALENT 2. CHOICES 3. LET IT POP OFF 4. RHYMES CRIMES 5. HANG ON 6. ROUND HERE 7. DON'T GIVE UP 8. HOUR BY THE HOUR 9. VOICE MAIL 10. DOPE MUZIK 11. FULL MOON 12. SERIOUS 13. GO HEAD 14. L.I.R.R. 15. NEVER DIE 16. MY LIFE IS YOUR LIFE
Preserves is a new record by ST/MiC and Elusive. It all started with the Beat Placement record Elusive released on Fly Definition Music back in the spring. ST/MiC was asked to do a verse on one of the beats for a promotional track. Problem was, he couldn’t pick just one of the beats. So naturally, the hungry emcee in him ate up several of the beats in a short period of time. It started with the title track, Fly Def, which ended up being the first promotional freestyle for the Beat Placement (later on he added Jazz Addixx on the second verse to complete the track for the final version of Preserves). Within the first week ST/MiC had written 4 of the songs, recorded two, and by the end of the month he had written the entire EP, recorded all of the verses and was mixing down his verses while waiting on the cameo verses from the other emcees he included on the project. Everything came together really fast honestly. It was less than two months from the time ST/MiC got the beats until he finished the project, aside from having it mastered, which is a story in and of itself.