Presented by TheHipHopHead.Net & Bostonianz617 (Blogspot) Boston's own Producer Explizit One brings you "Long Time Coming" The Mixtape featuring key songs he's produced that capture the growth of his sound between 2007-2012. Hosted by Immortal Technique's own DJ G.I. Joe. The mixtape features a stellar line-up appreciated by any true hip-hop fan.
Rapper Big Pooh of Little Brother, Devin The Dude, Edo G., Jaysaun, Slaine, M-Dot, Akrobatik, Verbal Threat, Boom Bap Project, Wispers, Omega Red and many more. All songs were produced by Explizit One.
Our new album "The Good Life" by JR&PH7 (Soulspazm Records / Foundation Media) dropped on iTunes today. If you like soulful beats and dope rhymes, this one is for you! The record includes features by Freeway, Phonte, Sean Price, Saigon, Roc Marciano, Ras Kass, Kid Daytona, Torae, Guilty Simpson and many more.
JR&PH7 "The Good Life"
1. Until it's All Said and Done feat. Sean Price and Skyzoo
2. Goodbye feat. Phonte and Median
3. It Is What It Is feat. Fly Union and Chuuwee
4. Poppin' Fly feat. Hezekiah and Thomas Clay
5. Makin' Moves feat. King Mez and Roc Marciano
6. Magic feat. Torae and Mela Machinko
7. Who Want What feat. Freeway, Saigon and Ras Kass
8. Humid Nights feat. The Kid Daytona
9. Silent Symphonies feat. J. Good and Vincent J. Kelly
10. Mellow Relax feat. The Regiment
11. Finding Out feat. Mela Machinko
12. Motor City Movin' feat Guilty Simpson and Journalist 103 (of The Left)
13. Uncut Raw feat. Caucasian
14. Just Like SAC feat. Chuuwee
15. Never Enough feat. St. Joe Louis
Steddy P & DJ Mahf Mixtape, "Wait A Minute" f/ Mac Lethal
features new music and remixes of their latest work. "End of the World Party" EP written by Steddy P is a painstakingly realistic satire inspired by current events, liquor, politics, living in between the two party system and more. DJ Mahf's remixes compliment the new material to help create cohesive chaos. Guest appearances from Mac Lethal, Tef Poe, Adrian Truth, and Dom Chronicles. The EP features production from Info Gates, Smart Alec, Charlie Beans, and Matthew Sawicki. Recorded and mixed by Matthew Sawicki at Suburban Pro Studios. Released on Election Day, 6th of November, 2012.
College Professor & Int'l Runway Model Releases Rap Album
Courtesy Build a Buzz.
ATLANTA, GA., November, 2012 - Haitian-American rapper “A Lady Named Pearl” is making a name for herself for more reasons than one. As if the Clark Atlanta University professor and international runway model isn’t busy enough, she’s now added recording artist to her resume. Her debut album “Transformation” is an honest look into the mind of a true renaissance woman whose rich life experiences are expressed through Hip Hop beats peppered with Afro-Caribbean influences. “Natural”, the album’s first video, is a rhythmic tribute to natural beauty and showcases Pearl’s commitment to empowering her fans.
Although the path from model to professor to rapper may seem an unlikely journey, Pearl sees it matter-of-factly. She says, “After graduating from Florida State, I was discovered by a photographer and went on to model. A mentor convinced me to go back to school and obtain an M.B.A. A few years later I began teaching. After several careers, I decide that I wanted to dedicate my time to my first love, music.” Inspired by the likes of Lauryn Hill, Fela Kuti, The Roots, and Grace Jones, it would only be a matter of time before her passion birthed her first full length release. The result is a 12 track soundscape executively produced by Daz-I-Kue of Bugz In The Attic fame.
While Pearl’s long term goals include building a school and using her resources to help Haiti, she’s currently focused on promoting “Transformation” and establishing her unique brand. Strong in her convictions, she’s clear about the message she wants fans to take away from her music. Pearl states, “You can transform into who you want to become. Don’t let anyone stand in your way.”
Check out A Lady Named Pearl’s new video for “Natural” at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A-XzpCMTWnY from the debut album “Transformation” available at online stores including iTunes and ALadyNamedPearl.bandcamp.com.
Free DL: Apollo Brown & Guilty Simpson "Reputation"
Courtesy Mello Music Group.
In a city in depression, rife with corruption and crime, many people have found an outlet in music. Amidst a scene that has played a pivotal role in modern hip-hop and electronic music, Guilty Simpson and Apollo Brown emerge, together, as the next up to bat. Dice Game, the collaborative album from the two, is Detroit through-and-through: uncompromising, gritty and soulful.
Here is the latest video released by Rich. E Rheu, directed by Jerrell Gibbs. This is the latest release after the much anticipated "Yellow Tape" project by Richie was released, receiving over 9,000 downloads in the first four days.
Video: Trel Mack in the Studio Working on "Secret"
Courtesy Quinton H.
With all the successful exposure he has been gaining Philly rapper Trel Mack is making much awareness in the industry. With all the press received from his new EP "Inspired By Greatness" that contains the hit records "No Holding Back" & Dreams of a Winner", Trel Mack only gains more hunger. Here is some recent footage of him in the studio working on a new record "Secret".
Saigon - Bread and Circuses from Suburban Noize Records
Saigon’s “The Greatest Story Never Told” released on 2/15/11 was one of the most anticipated hip hop releases of the last decade. After 5 years of major label struggles, Saigon was finally free to make his mark independently and was welcomed by a massive outpouring of fans hungry for conscious hip-hop. The album debuted on the top 200 chart at #61, #7 on the Rap chart, #9 on the Indie Chart. The album has gone on to scan 40,000 units.
“The Greatest Story Never Told Chapter 2: Bread and Circuses” further explores Sai’s unique social commentary. The lead single & video will be politically charged “Not Like Them” featuring Styles P. The album will be aggressively worked to Press, TV and Radio.
Saigon is on the Wu-Block tour with Ghostface, Raekwon, Cappadonna, Jadakiss, Styles P and Sheek Louch through the end of September.
Press Release: Termanology & Lil Fame Are 'Fizzyology'
Courtesy Matt B.
LP Includes Appearances from Busta Rhymes, Bun B, Styles P, Freeway, and Billy Danze, plus production from Fizzy Womack, DJ Premier, The Alchemist & Statik Selektah and more.
Fizzyology Will Be Released On 11-6-2012
When Lil Fame aka Fizzy Womack (of the world famous Brooklyn duo M.O.P.) and Termanology (of ST. Da Squad & 1982) first came together to make an album, it started out as a solo Termanology effort produced by Lil Fame, who has helmed the boards on songs for Cam’Ron, Cormega, AZ, and others in recent years. But halfway through recording the release, Fame ended up dropping verses and hooks on almost every song, so the two artists then decided to make the LP a true collaboration album. Fizzyology was born. The end result is 15 tracks deep of timeless music and a landmark recording for both musicians.
With Lil Fame handling the bulk of the production, the album has a hardcore feel that will be familiar to Mash Out Posse fans, while also showcasing Fizzy’s growing talent as a producer with some more soulful sounds. M.O.P. fans can look forward to a brand new M.O.P. album very soon, and Fizzyology will give Lil Fame a chance to really shine as a producer in the meanwhile. The album also features Term and Fame going in on the mic over production by the legendary DJ Premier, plus incredible offerings from beatsmiths The Alchemist, Statik Selektah and J Waxx.
“Fizzyology” drops on November 6th, 2012 on ST./Brick Records.
1.)After Midnight (produced by Fizzy Womack)
2.) Fizzyology (produced by Alchemist)
3.) Hustler’s Ringtone f/ Bun B (produced by Fizzy Womack)
4.) The Greatest (produced by Fizzyology)
5.) From The Streets f/ Freeway (produced by Statik Selektah)
6.) Play Dirty f/ Busta Rhymes & Styles P (produced by DJ Premier)
7.) It’s Easy (produced by Fizzy Womack)
8.) Too Tough For TV (produced by Fizzy Womack)
9.) Pray For Me f/ Kira (produced by Fizzy Womack)
10.) Not By You (produced by J. Waxx)
11.) Family Ties (produced by Fizzy Womack)
12.) Endtro (Fame & Glory) (produced by Fizzy Womack)
13.) Lil Ghetto Boy f/ Lee Wilson (produced by Fizzy Womack)
14.) Crazy f/ M.O.P. (produced by Statik Selektah)
15.) Thuggathon (produced by Statik Selektah)