Video: PT - "The Declaration" (prod. The Symphony)
Courtesy Dom P.
Amassing a contagious fan base by overwhelming industry showcase audiences, launching clever grassroots marketing campaigns, and simply being good people, the Business As Usual (BAU) collective has become a movement (see ď#BusinessĒ trending on Twitter). Their industrious, magnetic artist known as PT isnít just an ambassador, but more of a living embodiment of the groupís mission.
Big news! Iím doing a show on October 24th at the Broadway Comedy Club in New York City along with Worm Quartet. This show is going to be recorded for a live DVD release!
In order for this to be a success I need to have a good crowd, so if you can make it to the show I would greatly appreciate it. If you canít make it please tell any friends you have in the New York area who may like what I do. I need a good crowd in order to have a successful recording.
Hereís all the info:
October 24, 2012
Broadway Comedy Club
318 W 53rd St.
New York, NY 10019
Tickets are $12 in advance and $15 at the door. The club has a 2 drink minimum (doesnít have to be alcoholic). Doors at 8:30. Show starts at 9:00.
What up! I'm very happy to announce the news of my upcoming Instrumental album "Doctorin". The album is executive produced by the one and only Large Professor and drops on the 30th. To celebrate the news I'm dropping a FREE instrumental mash up mix of a bunch of my beats today. A lot of the beats in this mix are unreleased so enjoy and as always any support by posting or spreading the word is greatly appreciated! There are links below and the Cover Art to "Doctorin" is attached...Thank you! And feel free to hit me with any questions or feedback!
PDP (Phil Da Phuture) teams up with Fat Trel for new video for "Do What I Do" helmed by acclaimed music video director Jerome D. "Do What I Do" can found on PDP's new mixtape Louder Than You available on Halloween.
Video: Stu Bangas & Vanderslice - "The Realest" Ft. Ill Bill & Slaine
Courtesy Audible Treats.
Following the late-August release of their new full length album, Diggaz With Attitude, producers Stu Bangas & Vanderslice have kept the ball rolling with a string of new videos and singles. All told, the production duo has released a collection of singles that have featured the likes of Roc Marciano, The Alchemist, Evidence, Apathy, Vinnie Paz, Celph Titled, Planet Asia, and more, and today, Stu & Vander are excited to release the video for the latest single from DWA, for the song "The Realest," which features rappers Ill Bill and Slaine of La Coka Nostra.
New Music From The Man With The Iron Fists Soundtrack
Courtesy 'Stache Media.
"I Forgot To Be Your Lover," William Bell's 1968 soul classic has been newly recorded for The Man With The Iron Fists soundtrack album by The Revelations, the Brooklyn-based soul band fronted by vocalist Tre Williams. The Revelations, together for four years, have made a name for themselves as advocates of classic soul for the hip-hop generation. In addition to this record, The Revelations contributed their musicianship to the backing tracks of four other songs on the soundtrack album: "Black Out", "Built for This" (the album's first single), "The Archer" and "Six Directions of Boxing." The Revelations have collaborated extensively with RZA over the last four years. Together they produced two Wu-Tang compilation albums, "Chamber Music" in 2009 and "Legendary Weapons" in 2011.
I Don't Know Ya is the first single off of THE EMPTY THEATER, a project from one of North Carolina's best kept secrets; New Bern native Chedda Chapp. The project was produced primarily by Nerv Reck, best known as J Cole's mentor, who also serves as Chapp's manager. We welcome and appreciate any feedback.
New Hip Hop// Keith Murray, Cordello & Bravo- Vanity Fair
Courtesy DJ Mickey Knox.
Here is a unreleased track out the vaults of the Deep Concepts Media library. This particular song was the 1st record recorded for the Opportunity Knox series back in 2010. Download for free and enjoy.