Cam Meekins is definitely the next young white rapper to keep your eye on and he’s headed to NYC for his debut show at The Canal Room (285 West Broadway) on August 10th at 9 PM. This Boston boy just turned 18 years old and is already getting recognized by outlets like the New York Times not to mention, creating buzz among the music industry.
Cam writes his own lyrics and beats with a 'storyteller mc' approach and has a similar sound to Mac Miller, Mike Posner and B.o.B. Check out his new music video "Rain" as well as a link to his mixtape "1993", which is self-produced along with Matty Trump, Big Jerm, Ski Beatz and others.
Soopafly To Release Anticipated New Album "Best Kept Secret" August 30, 2011, Tours With Snoop Dogg, Working With Dr. Dre on Detox
Los Angeles, CA (Aug. 2011) - Long Beach, California emcee/producer, and third member of Tha Dogg Pound, Soopafly, is back with the release of his highly anticipated new studio album Best Kept Secret, available August 30, 2011. The album features collaborations with Daz & Kurupt of Tha Dogg Pound, Goldie Loc, Maylay, Kokane, Short Khop, Mykestro, Damani, Bad Lucc, J Black, Pilot, Terrace Martin, Toke tha Smoke, and Deacon of the Chuuch, in a series of gritty and polished tracks. Meanwhile as the rapper prepares to release his new album, fans have the opportunity to see him perform live on the international Doggumentary Tour with Snoop Dogg, throughout the year.
Best Kept Secret boasts 18 brand new recordings, which transcend across the vast spectrum of Hip-Hop while staying true to the fundamentals of Soopafly’s signature style. With additional production from Daz Dillinger, Tmg Music Group (Fly2k prod), Tweet, Jelly Roll, 1500, and Stones Throw Records artist Dam Funk, the forthcoming high-octane album has been generating buzz amongst music aficionados since tracks “Best Kept Secret” and “G-Funk Martian”, were leaked.
Soopafly is also currently working on new projects with Short Khop, Latoiya Williams, Mark Morrison, and he’s now back working with Dr. Dre, on the highly anticipated album, Detox, “I'm in studio working with Dr. Dre again. Making sure this Detox sound got my imprint on it too. You won't be disappointed” says Soopafly.
C.E.O.of his own production company Fly2k Productions, Soopafly, real name Priest Josef Brooks, met Snoop Dogg and Dr. Dre during his teens, proving himself with his keyboard skills, which lead to playing keyboards for Dr. Dre and Ice Cube on “Natural Born Killaz”, from the Murder Was The Case Soundtrack. He was soon signed to Death Row Records, and assigned to produce on classic albums such as; Dogg Food by Tha Dogg Pound, Tha Doggfather by Snoop Dogg, and All Eyez On Me by 2Pac.
With two independent albums under his belt, hit singles such as “Like It Or Not”, “Put The Monkey In It” with Daz Dillinger, and “I Don’t Hang” from A Thin Line Between Love & Hate Soundtrack, the multi-platinum music producer continues to solidify his position as one of the most respected rappers/producers in the industry. With his enigmatic charisma and kinetic flow stamped on every track, Long Beach’s original rapper will release Best Kept Secret under his own imprint Fly2k Records on August 30, 2011.
Dukwon, a rapper hailing from Jacksonville, FL, compares Jacksonville Beach to other local Florida beaches such as Miami, St. Pete and West Palm. He desribes the "salt life" as well as some of the latest hip hop models born and bred from the city. His current single "Fly Girl" is out now, as well as his latest mixtape "Right B4 Da Deal" hosted by DJ Smallz.
Current NYC resident emcee, Timid, drops a jewel with "This Is The Way", the Grand Daddy I.U. produced neck breaker featuring the Bostonian legend, Edo G and DJ Dirty Digits on the 1200s. Timid shows and proves that he's not just another face in the crowd as he delivers quality bars alongside the veteran Edo. "So fly I define the why of divine design/the reason behind it is because I'm assigned/to be, nothing less than Malcolm at the window/stir it up and mix in Martin in front of kinfolk/the audacity of hope the embodiment of dope/I could ask if you could cope but the answer would be nope". "This Is The Way" is now available on iTunes.
PR: Newmoney Nominated at 2011 Underground Music Awards
Courtesy: Yo! PR.
New Jersey Rapper Newmoney Gets Nominated At 2011 UMAs For His Critically Acclaimed Mixtape "Just My Thoughts"
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE -- Hip-Hop's next breakthrough artist Newmoney is excited to announce his nomination for the prestigious 2011 Underground Music Awards in the category "Best Underground Street Album" for his critically acclaimed project "Just My Thoughts".
"I'm honored to be nominated for 'Best Underground Street Album'. I want to congratulate all the nominees and I want to thank everybody at the Underground Music Awards for giving underground artists a platform to be recognized for their hard work," stated the New Jersey rhymespitter, who is currently gearing up for the release of his upcoming mixtape "Ambitions Of A Writer". The project is hosted by DJ Don Demarco and exclusively produced by hit maker Jahlil Beats (credits: Lil Wayne, Chris Brown, Meek Mill, Soulja Boy, Fabolous).
Newmoney spent his early years in Irvington, New Jersey, a small township of a little over 60,000 people in Essex County, but with a violent crime rate six times higher than the entire state. Located outside of Newark, the city was hit hard by the crack epidemic during the 1980s, the time Newmoney was born, and still struggles from the effects today. Irvington is also credited with producing some of Hip-Hop's most groundbreaking (Lords of the Underground), infamous (Tupac Shakur's “god brother” and Outlawz member Yaki Kadafi) and influential (Queen Latifah) recording acts.
Newmoney, who grew up idolizing emcees like Jay-Z, Biggie, Big L, AZ, Redman, and DMX, is a true product of his environment. From the breakup of his family to multiple evictions and the traumatic death of his mother from cancer on Christmas morning, his life experiences have shaped the person and recording artist he is today.
MP3: Roach Gigz - "Got 'Em Like (Styrofoam Cup Session)" (Prod. By Zodiac)
Courtesy: Audible Treats.
Producer For The Weeknd Partners With Roach, Southern Hospitality For New Remix
Critical Praise for Roach Gigz:
"Here’s to the new age of rap. And Roach Gigz. Who is awesome." - The FADER
Roach Gigz has kept fans plenty busy over the past few weeks. First came the "Stupid (Remix)," featuring Husalah and Lil B. Next, the release of Roach's debut EP, Bitch, I'm A Player, followed last week with the release of his video for "F A Chorus," shot and directed by Kreayshawn. Now, with more BIAP videos forthcoming, Roach has teamed up with the good folks over at Southern Hospitality, to take fans back a little, with a remix from Roachy Balboa 2 fan favorite "Got 'Em Like."
The remix, officially titled "Got 'Em Like (Styrofoam Cup Session)," comes courtesy of Canadian producer Zodiac, best known for his work producing for The Weeknd, including House Of Balloons favorites "What You Need," "The Party & The After Party," and "Loft Music." And his work remixing Roach proves just as enjoyable. Or as Southern Hospitality co-founder Davey Boy Smith puts it, "We didn't expect [Zodiac] to tap so deeply into [Roach Gigz'] very real love for under-the-counter cough mixture. But that's exactly what he did, in this gritty, overflowing, potent reinvention."