Free Music Friday For The WIN! Yeah, I needed two Fs' in the middle, but it wouldn't look right. So on to the free music!
Actual Proof :: LRG Presents Still Hotter Than July
These cats stay on their hustle. I believe I've been promoting about three of their projects already during the past year and they still on their grind. Check the smile there and they still show that they love what they do and that's real hip-hop. THis project named after the 1980 Stevie Wonder record features the likes of 9th Wonder, Median, Chuuwee, and more.
Tracklisting: 1. Get It Done [prod. 9th Wonder] 2. Word Up [prod. E. Jones] 3. No Doubt [prod. KP] 4. One Two [prod. Enigma] 5. Time [prod. Scottie Royal] 6. High (ft. Thee Tom Hardy) [prod. Enigma] 7. Nice as I Am [prod. Amp] 8. Paradise [prod. Enigma] 9. The Marvel (ft. Chuwee) [prod. 9th Wonder] 10. Rod Strickland [prod. Khrysis] 11. Light of Day (ft. GQ) [prod. 9th Wonder] 12. Zonin’ Out (Blaow) [prod. 9th Wonder] 13. It Seems (ft. Sean Boog) [prod. Ka$h] 14. Words [prod. Amp] 15. Represent (ft. Rapsody) [prod. Amp] 16. Light the World [prod. Khrysis] 17. Take It Back (ft. Drique London] [prod. Khrysis] 18. Callin’ Me (ft. Median & Bluu Suede) [prod. E. Jones]
Ghostfunk (Ghostface Killah X Afrofunk) - produced by Max Tannone
Here's a dope Ghostface/Afrofunk blend that surely blends smoothly together. This is from the same guy who brought you Dub Kweli/Mos Dub, blending dub with the different BlackStar tracks. Check this one out, there are many breaks you'll be familiar with.
Tracklisting: 1. Make It N.Y. 2. Dem Back 3. Mighty Agho 4. The Same Girl 5. Three Lords 6. Danger 500 7. Astro Easy Love 8. Dear Psychedelic Woman 9. Breakthrough Kids 10. Funky Criminology
Pill finally made it to the Maybach Music Group! Yet he ain't resting on the luxurious life, he's taking advantage of the buzz he's been getting to release this free mixtape for you all to download and bump. Pill spits over a mixture of original and well-known instrumentals, and the guest appearances on this tape includes Rick Ross (of course), Yo Gotti, Tech N9ne, Pusha T, and more.
Tracklisting: 1. Intro 2. Stayin Down 3. Scottie Pippen, Tim Duncan 4. Cashin' 5. Gotta Have It (f/ Gucci Mane, Gorilla Zoe and Starlito) 6. I'm on One Freestyle 7. Pacman (Remix) (f/ Rick Ross, Tity Boi a/k/a 2 Chainz, Meek Mill, Yo Gotti, and Gunplay) 8. New Clothes and New Shoes 9. THousand Poundz (f/ CyHi Da Prynce and Pusha T) 10. She Like to Party 11. Pretty Girl Rock Freestyle 12. Get Ya Right 13. One of These Days 14. Ya Killin Me (f/ Tech N9ne) 15. Send One Down (f/ Trae Da Truth) 16. Spendin' the Night 17. Tear it Down 18. Get Ya Roll On 19. Motivation Freestyle 20. How You Want It
Strraight from D.C. is Phil Adé, signed with soul singer Raheem DeVaughn's 368 Music Group and presenting us with "A Different World." THis mixtape brings one of the finiest in soulful hip-hop as this tape features production from 9th Wonder, Oddisee, Bink!, and others.
Tracklisting: 1. ADW Intro (feat. Laura Song) (Prod. by Mark Henry & Q-Heff & Dre King) 2. King (Prod. by Bink!) 3. Monte Carlo Dreams (feat. US Royalty) (Prod. by Sunny Norway) 4. Cloud 9 (feat. Tracie Jospehine & GLC) (Prod. by Sunny Norway) 5. High On Life (feat. Raheem DeVaughn) (Prod. by 9th Wonder) 6. Otherside (Prod. by Mark Henry) 7 A Different World (Prod. by Oddisee) 8. Scoreboard (feat. Black Cobain) (Prod. by Bink!) 9. The Let Out (Interlude) (Prod. by Sunny Norway) 10. You're the One (feat. Killa Kyleon) (Prod. by Sunny Norway) 11. The Weekend (feat. U-N-I) (Prod. by Sunny Norway) 12. Second Chance (Prod. by Mark Henry) 13. See You Again (feat. Kevin Ross) (Prod. by Nieze) 14. Incense (feat. Mac Miller) (Prod. by Sunny Norway) 15. Your Hands (Prod. by Mark Henry & Dre King) 16. Coming Home (Prod. by Sunny Norway)
Here's a free-P that serves as one of the most recent hip-hop soundtracks that has been missing since...a mighty long time! This freeP features ten original cuts by real emcees on the come up, suc as Laws, Emilio Rojas, Rittz, Thee Tom Hardy, and more. A pair of Pumas' may be expensive, but this EP is FREE to all!
Tracklisting: 1. Gilbere Forte’ - Winner (ft. Freeway) [prod. Reef] 2. Emilio Rojas - Home (ft. JoyLuv) [prod. J. Glaze] 3. Laws - Incredible (ft. Mimi) [prod. L.A. & Feb 9] 4. Rittz - Triumphant [prod. DJ Burn One] 5. Sir Michael Rocks - Never Slip [prod. Tall Black Guy] 6. Marky - By Any Means [prod. The MadMan] 7. Shane Eli - Who’s Laughing Now [prod. Shane Eli] 8. Skewby - Cant Nobody [prod. Skewby] 9. Spree Wilson - Lay It Down [prod. Shoden!1 & Spree Wilson] 10. Thee Tom Hardy - Part of Thee Game [prod. Brad Brown & TTH]
That's it for the "FMFTW 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...
To show appreciation for the consistent support of their movement, Rushin Embassy Entertainment has decided to leak a series of tracks from Sean Hines' second LP "The Sean Hines Theory". The first leak is titled "Nancy Reagan" and features Jyshoun.
(ATLANTA, GA – July 2011) The annual A3C Hip Hop Festival continues to bring the best of Hip Hop to Atlanta. In addition to live performances from over 200 artists including the LR Generations Show, Hip Hop fans will now be able to listen to their favorite artists on the inaugural festival compilation, A3C Volume 1.
In the first partnership of it’s kind, the A3C Hip Hop Festival and iHopHop Distribution present A3C Volume 1 featuring original music from artists participating in the 2011 festival. The compilation will be available October 6, the first day of the festival, on iHipHop Distribution. The first single from A3C Volume 1 is “For the Paper” by former Roc-A-Fella artist Freeway. Freeway performs on October 6, 2011 in the Hip Hop DX showcase. Stream “For the Paper” on iHipHop (http://www.ihiphop.com/?p=99027%22) or download the single from iTunes (http://itunes.apple.com/us/album/for-the-paper-single/id451750391).
The LR Generations Show on October 7 presented by LRG, JAMLA and 9th Wonder features artists Corey Gunz, Freddie Gibbs, Kid Daytona and Laws along with the JAMLA crew. 9th Wonder’s new independent label, JAMLA artists include Skyzoo, Rapsody, Thee Tom Hardy, Big Remo and Actual Proof.
Additional artists confirmed so far to perform at the 2011 festival include Random Axe (Sean Price, Black Milk and Guilty Simpson), Freeway, MURS, XV, Aleon Craft, Elzhi (of Slum Village), Jon Connor, Young Scolla, Tabi Bonney, ski beatz, Soul Khan, Jarren Benton, J-Live, Percee P, Ras Kass, Chase N Cashe, Rockie Fresh, Shawn Chrystopher, Rittz, SL Jones, Moe Green, KD, LE$, Ethereal, Willie Evans Jr., P Dukes, Nice Guise, Lidolido, Eternia, Eyezon Soweto, Shokanti Verde, The reMinders, Boog Brown, Ultra Beast (Senor Kaos and 4-Ize), Dillon, Paten Locke, Chancellor Warhol, Dee-1, Big Rec, Danny!, Goines, Johnny Spanish, Lyriciss, YONAS and Neak.
These are still just a handful of the several hundred artists and events to be announced for the 2011 A3C Hip Hop Festival. Performers and showcases will be released on a continual basis until the start of the festival.
This is the last week A3C is accepting artists’ submissions through ReverbNation and Sonicbids. The final deadline for ReverbNation is August 1, 2011 and the final deadline for Sonicbids is July 29, 2011. All artists that submit through Sonicbids receive a 3-day festival pass. A3C staff listen to every submission and are looking for talented artists from across the country who can bring something unique to the festival.
The A3C has not only become the largest Hip Hop festival in the southeastern United States, but is the premier gathering place for MCs, DJs and producers that create Hip Hop music as well as participants and fans of the culture. In addition to the live performances and showcases like Perfect Attendance, the A3C Hip Hop Festival features turntable, producer, and breakdance competitions as well as educational and community programming including panel discussions and workshops. The 2010 festival included such iconic artists as Jean Grae, 9th Wonder, Rhymefest, Camp Lo, Murs, Killer Mike and Beat Minerz.
A3C Hip Hop Festival tickets are available on the A3C website. 3-day passes are $33 until August 1, 2011 and $40 after August 1. Daily passes are $15/day. For discounted hotel accommodations, contact the Days Inn Atlanta Downtown at 1-866-650-7925 with the event name, A3C Festival, and booking code, A3C. The hotel is located at the intersection of Spring Street and Baker Street, approximately 2 miles from The Masquerade.
Specific showcase, panel, artist and event updates will continue to be announced through the A3C website through the event’s start on October 6, 2011. For more information about becoming involved in the A3C as an artist, partner, volunteer or media representative, visit www.a3cfestival.com.
ABOUT THE A3C: Now in its 7th year, the A3C Hip Hop Festival is a 2-day, 3-night event held annually in Atlanta, GA and features live performances from a wide variety of approximately 200 artists. The live performance schedule is enhanced by day and evening content showcasing some of the most exciting breakdance, graphic art, fashion, film, equipment demonstrations and panels relating to Hip Hop culture.
Since 2005, the event has featured over 600 of the most elite artists in Hip Hop including: Rakim, Buckshot, Black Sheep, DJ Premier, The Juice Crew, Biz Markie, Del the Funky Homosapien, The Clipse, Souls of Mischief, Little Brother, Wale and B.o.B. In 2010, the A3C was attended by over 20,000 fans and featured partnerships and co-sponsored events with Red Bull, Fadia Kader’s Perfect Attendance, 2DopeBoyz, The Smoking Section, iStandard, Kevin Nottingham, Unique Squared, DJBooth, SESAC and more.
The A3C will take place October 6 – 8, 2011 in Atlanta, GA with its hub at the Masquerade located at 695 North Avenue, Atlanta, Georgia 30308.