Video: Fonzworth Bentley Talks About Diddy & Rap Career
Courtesy of DJ Smallz.
Fonzworth Bentley goes into detail about his incredible journey in the entertainment industry and speaks on how he made his transition as Diddy's assistant with Bad Boy Records and his supporting cast role on MTV's "Making The Band" television show to becoming a hip hop artist under his own spotlight, signing to Kanye West's G.O.O.D. Music imprint and starring in his own television show "G's To Gents" on MTV.
Royce Da 5'9 has been enjoying a lot of success this year alongside his Slaughterhouse collective, Eminem/Bad Meets Evil Billboard smash with Bruno Mars, and with the release of his new solo album "Sucess Is Certain", Royce took the time to hook up with Young Product who is also an artist from Detroit. The track is below and is titled "Go Crazy"
We're back with a new episode, with some help from our friends. This ep of the Mega Ran and Miss Monica show is guest starring MC Pennywise of Writers Guild, who hangs out while we talk about topics ranging from football, to work, to the VMA's to the 10 year anniversary of 9-11. Happy Labor Day! Thanks so much for your support and for tuning in! I'll be on the road so we hope this HUGE 2-HOUR show will hold you over!
Video: Gees Extortion - "Rise of an Underground King (Part 1)"
Courtesy of Javi S.
On his journey to the release of his debut LP, Organized Rhymes, Real Radio Records' Gees Extortion takes us on a trip to Jersey to work with emerging producer Clipsmoke ("Vete Pa'l Carajo). Part one features Gees discussing working with the producer, changing the name of his LP to Organized Rhymes, the status of Hip Hop and more.
Yep, this is no overstatement! I got over five dope free music fo y'all this week, including a surprise bonus at the end that'll have your heads nodding, no doubt. It's FMF in ya area!
CyHi The Prynce :: DJ Scream & DJ Spinz presents Jack of All Trades
CyHi the Prynce's one of the hardest working members of G.O.O.D. Music, if not the hardest worker, period. He's been releasing so many mixtapes and songs throughout the year that he don't even have to do an album this year. CyHi takes time to freestyle over classic hip-hop joints and today's joints. CyHi's working to be the jack of all trades and a master of 'em all.
Tracklisting: 1. Jack Of All Trades 2. Assassin 3. Artist 4. Farmer 5. Robber (Interlude) 6. Blacksmith 7. Carpenter 8. Teach-Her 9. Jack (Interlude) 10. Motivator 11. Hunter 12. Historian 13. The Heist (Interlude) 14. The Messenger 15. Ambassador 16. Charmer 17. Preacher 18. Musician
"Classics, future classics, and exclusives all produced by Exile." That's self-desciption for y'all. What else can I say? Nothing more to add, just look at the tracklisting below to see all the folks co-signing the classics offered here.
Tracklisting: 1. Intro To The Outro - DAG SAVAGE aka Johaz & Exile (Exclusive) 2. Evolve - Pharoahe Monch 3. Leimert Park - Co$$ (Exclusive) 4. Growing Pains - DAG SAVAGE aka Johaz & Exile ft. Fashawn & Blu and Exile (Exclusive) 5. Brolic - Bun B (Exclusive) 6. Freedom Remix - Fashawn (Exclusive) 7. Slowly - ADAD (Exclusive) 8. Your Life - MED ft. Blu 9. Give It Up - Strong Arm Steady ft. Guilty Simpson and Talib Kweli 10. Flawless - J. Mitchell ft. Co$$ 11. Count Your Blessings - Emanon aka Aloe Blacc & Exile 12. Below the Heavens Medley - Blu & Exile 13. Cold Hearted - Blu & Exile 14. Pearly Gates (Non-Album Version) - Mobb Deep ft. 50 Cent (Exclusive) 15. Disturbed Remix - Blame One ft. Sean Price and Fashawn (Exclusive) 16. Klepto - Exile (Exclusive) 17. Mic Jackson - DAG SAVAGE aka Johaz & Exile (Exclusive) 18. Wait For Me - Big Sean ft. Lupe Fiasco 19. Forgive Us - Emanon aka Aloe Blacc & Exile (Exclusive) 20. S.O.F. Remix - Fashawn (Exclusive) 21. Boy Meets World Medley - Fashawn 22. Samsonite Man - Fashawn ft. Blu 23. New Seasons - Blu & Exile (Exclusive) Tema Do Canibal - BK-One ft. MF DOOM (Exile Remix) (Exclusive) 24. And They Say / Outro - MED (Exclusive)
J.Period + DJ Spinna + Spike Lee + 40 Acres :: Man or the Music 2
J.Period puts in COMPLETE WORK in his mixtape. This one is no different as he links with DJ Spinna and Spike Lee to give you "Man or the Music 2" This is unlike any MJ-tribute mixtape as it includes rare, live, and remixed gems unavailable anywhere else - including never-before-heard MJ tributes from Erykah Badu & the Roots, ?uestlove, Stevie Wonder, YahZarah, and more.
Tracklisting: 1. Don Cornelius Intro 2. Wanna Be Where You Are (Live) 3. Tito & The Jackettes (Interlude) 4. The Love You Save (Asakusa Remix) 5. Rock With You (Marksmen Remix) 6. Steppin Out (Interlude) 7. Who's Loving You (Live) 8. Buttercup 9. People Make The World Go Round 10. I Shot The Sheriff (Live) 11. Enjoy Yourself 12. Billie Jean Medley (f/ Caetano Veloso) 13. Bad (Mark Ronson Remix) 14. Tell Me I'm Not Dreamin' 15. Thriller Outtakes (f/ Vincent Price) 16. Got The Hots 17. Sunset Driver 18. Ease On Down (12" Mix) 19. Get On The Floor 20. Shake Your Body (12" Mix) 21. Shake A Body (Demo) 22. Love Is The Thing You Need 23. I Am Love 24. Do Not Adjust The Color (Interlude) 25. Can't Let Her Get Away 26. Remember The Time (New Jack Mix) 27. Remember The Time (DJ Spinna Remix) 28. Jackson 6 (Interlude) 29. Human Nature (Live) (f/ Erykah Badu & The Roots) 30. Stevie Interlude 31. Human Nature (Live) (f/ Stevie Wonder) 32.It Ain't Hard To Tell (J. Period x DJ Spinna Remix) (f/ Nas) 33. Got 'Til It's Gone (f/ Janet Jackson) 34. 2-4-6-8 Appreciate (Interlude) 35. Can't Help (f/ YahZarah) (DJ Spinna Remix) 36. Spike Lee Interlude 37. Maybe Tomorrow
Texas always keeps it movin' in hip-hop ever since Rap-A-Lot started over twenty years ago. Killa Kyleon proves that the good ol' Country Rap Tunes isn't slowing down at all with his brand new mixtape known as "Candy Paint and Texas Plates 2." Guest appearances includes Bun B, Big K.R.I.T, Mac Millker, Lil Keke, and the late Pimp C. Kyleon even gives a dedication to the latter with "A Letter to Pimp C" at the end. Check it out!
Tracklisting: 1. CPTP2 Intro - Poppa Speaks [prod. by Chinky P.] 2. Regular/Average [prod. by Cy Fyre] 3. Bodies Hit the Floor (f/ Bun B) [prod. by Lex Luger] 4. Top Down [prod. by Knecesary] 5. Who Shot Ya (Freestyle) 6. Hustler's Prayer [prod. by Big K.R.I.T.] 7. Make Me (f/ Jack Freeman) [prod. by Tha Bizness] 8. Watch the Reaction (w/ Pimp C and Lil Keke) [prod. by Steve Below] 9. Come on Baby (f/ Mac Miller) [prod. by Cookin' Soul] 10. Change Up [prod. by Jake Beats] 11. Quickie (Freestyle) 12. Salute Me (f/ Doughbeezy) [prod. by Cy Fyre] 13. H.A.T.E.R. [prod. by Cookin' Soul] 14. Beyoncé [prod. by D. Willz] 15. Dope [prod. by Cy Fyre] 16. Ballin' (Freestyle) 17. Dreams [prod. by Killa] 18. Gangsta Life (f/ Ced B.) [prod. by Stadium Status] 19. Time Machine (w/ Big K.R.I.T.) (Freestyle) 20. Money Takers [prod. by Trakksounds] 21. Letter to Pimp C [prod. by DJ Don]
For those who care, here's a new Lil B mixtape, released months after his controversial "I'm Gay" album was released. He forgives you if you didn't like it. Swag. Tracklisting: 1. Tonight 2. I'm in the Streetz 3. I Forgive You 4. Can I Live 4real 5. Durty Pop 6. Neva Stope Me (Remix) 7. Take a Picture BasedGod 8. Bitch Fuck With Me 9. Gotta Question 10. Heard Her Cry 11. 30 Year BasedGod 12. I'm 2 Real
For those who are fans of the DMV/D.C. real live hip-hop, download this free project A.S.A.P.! "Monunental II" serves as a sequel of the first one that was released back in 2009, and even that one is still fresh today. All of the tracks are produced by A.B the Pro. Hear it!
Tracklisting: 1. Intro 2. Long Gone (f/ A.B the Pro) 3. Rumours (f/ Gordo Brega and A.B the Pro) 4. By Any Means Necessary 5. Clappas (f/ Wooptie and Roc Mikey) 6. Write a Song (f/ Secret Society) 7. This Feeling 8. Seems Like (f/ A.B the Pro) 9. World Wide (f/ Gordo Brega) 10. Sound of Summer 11. Top Ramen Noodles 13. All Night Long 14. All I Wanna Do (House Party National Anthem) 15. Told You So (f/ Diamond District and Fat Trel) 16. Don't Stop 17. DC State of Mind 18. I Got Doe 19. How Could You (f/ A.B the Pro)
So Illogic and Walter Rocktight decides to release his shelved Rhymesayers-intended record for FREE! But so far, he only released two tracks of the album that you'll see below. But it's dope nionetheless! The full release may be on next week's FMF if they decide to release it in full!
That's it for the "You Gon' Luv This!" Edition of "Free Music Fridays." If you have any free music you would like to share with the world, please e-mail me at email@example.com. If you're an artist with your free mixtape/album shown on this page and you want to send me a link re-up, corrections, and/or questions, e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org, as well. Thanks for reading and enjoy y'all! Two fangas, one love...
The Real Frequency has been putting on for the local Toronto, Canada, scene for a minute now. We’ve already seen some of what's to offer with previous singles from their new album, The New North, and the quality keeps coming with another single, "Change," this one courtesy JD Era, also recently anointed as the newest artist signed to Raekwon's Ice H20 label. In the coming weeks, The Real Frequency and JD Era will also release a video for the single.
The track, which also features LOKZ, is easily one of the smoother songs on the compilation album, a fact that, according to JD Era, compliments and plays up the power of the song's the message. "'Change" was inspired by the title of The Real Frequency's project The New North," explains Era, adding that he feels the "album symbolizes a changing of the guard, a passing of the torch to those next up from Toronto." JD’s laidback flow is framed by bouncing percussion, clean guitar, and fluid piano licks courtesy of producer Soundsmith and complimented by LOKZ's effortlessly soulful vocals.
As with recent singles from The New North, this latest track is accompanied by a behind-the-scenes video, with JD Era discussing the significance of The Real Frequency and The New North album, shining a little light on his own track, and breaking down where he thinks Toronto hip-hop is headed in 2011 and beyond.
For those of you in the know you might have already seen 40DUBst's amazing debut video 'Welcome To Dartford'. It has already been aired on the UK's leading urban TV Station Channel AKA as well as getting a major thumbs up from Grime Daily and other leading music tastemakers.
We live in a world where people follow fashion. It's true. something works and everybody jumps on it, but not 40DUBst. These Dartford lads are doing it a little bit different and with bags of originality and uniqueness. There is no doubting that this three man act is destined for absolutely massive things.
The video for the 40DUBst debut single 'Welcome To Dartford' was shot on location in where? Yes folks you've guessed it... Dartford, well mainly Temple Hill Square to be exact, which is where 40DUBst originate from. The video was shot, directed and edited by top music video producer 'Chas Appeti', who brought the boy's personalities out in this Jeremy Kyle style video.
There's so much more to come from 40DUBst so be on the lookout for more quality music real soon!!!
Ever wonder how a 15-year-old rapper under the mentor ship of the greatest rapper alive balances school and a hip hop career? Lil Chuckee gives you some insight. In addition, the New Orleans MC discusses his transition from public school to home schooling and the support of his parents.
Be on the lookout for his upcoming mixtape "Twap or Die" hosted by DJ Smallz & DJ Infamous, coming soon.