Producer / DJ duo Jack Beats, known for their chop and drop style of mixing diverse samples with crushing bass, are releasing their Evolution mixtape next Tuesday (8/7) on OWSLA, Skrillex's record label. Including collabs from Diplo, Dillon Francis, Example and Takura, this is the first of 2 mini-albums Jack Beats are dropping in the coming months.
Getrightmusic.com & Deep Concepts Media bring you Natures latest mixtape: The Ashtray Effect mixed and hosted by DJ Superstar Jay & DJ Mickey Knox. The Ashtray Effect is a collection of Natures most recent collabs, exclusives, and a few classics mixed to perfection by 2 of the best djs the game has to offer. Download and enjoy.
1. Redemption prod Sickness & DJ Supa Dave 2. Obey prod Little Vic 3. Control Your Heart w/Tommy 2face 4. Tis The Season w/Doap Nixon 5. Ya Homie 6. Get Off My Cloud w/The Kid Daytona prod DJ Concept 7. Cruise Control w/Narez 8. Hustle Harder 9. New Ports & Cools 10. Word Is Bond 11. Foreign Affairs 12. Blood Stream w/Little Vic prod Snowgoons 13. One Shot prob. Scram Jones 14. Def Con 3 prod Little Vic 15. A Beautiful Day 16. Open Your Eyes w/Little Vic prod Velotz 17. More Then The Music w/Heather B 18. Can't Change 19. Move Over w/Kaze prod 9th Wonder 20. The Needle 21. Let Off prod Scram Jones 22. Supa High 23. Make Motion 24. In The Streets 25. I Dont Make Believe w/Dread Child 26. Its Like That w/Ali Vegas 27. Take The Money w/J Sands 28. Where You At? W/Screwball
New Orleans-based emcee Harn SOLO presents the Mally X-directed music video for "Say Bruh", the first single from his new album Shooting Star, produced entirely byNOLA HipHop Award-winning producer Pro Prospek. Moving from Los Angeles to New Orleans a few years ago, SOLO has since performed alongside Wu-Tang Clan, Rebirth Brass Band, Mickey Factz and more. SOLO has seven albums under his belt including The Awakening, SOLO 3.0, Reaching Higher and The Grind, his recent full-length with fellow Nola emcee Lyriqs da Lyraciss also featuring 2011 NOLA HipHop Award Album Of The Year winner Lyrikill.
Video: @DevoSpice Says "The Fat Boys Screwed Over a Fan"
In 2010 I paid The Fat Boys' manager $500 to get Prince Markie Dee on one of my songs. He never sent me the verse, and his manager is now refusing to give me my money back even though I won a court case against him. Instead he threatened me and called me a racist.
7evenThirty - GetUp!!! (Audio) // Too Raw For This Planet
Courtesy Mello Music Group.
Jackson, Mississippi is not immediately known for producing MC’s influenced by Wu Tang Clan, A Tribe Called Quest and Digable Planets as well as who navigate concepts about alternate worlds and time travel yet one emcee is changing that. 7evenThirty is too raw for this planet.
Whether this is your introduction to 7evenThirty or you’ve heard his past underground material, pinpointing this alien’s origin is no easy task. “GetUp!!!” finds this microphone extra-terrestrial standing out amongst the regular degular everyday life. Ruthless rhymes mixed with “time-travel and zappin’ n****s” is a particularly curious formula that requires a particularly eccentric mind to pull off right. 7even takes us from the funkiest corners of the South to the illest galaxies in space. Swedish beat wizard Erik L crafts a spacey, thumping electronic bass line that serves as 7even’s launching pad.
Though at any moment he can beam up in the mother ship, it seems 7evenThirty is confined to our planet for the time being. The official arrival, Heaven’s Computer, crash lands on September 25th via Mello Music Group.