With 2011 winding down, ZAKEE's recently released and very much genre-bending album, Assimilations, continues to draw critical acclaim, and with that praise, ZAKEE has been offering fans a healthy serving of new content and material. With a remix for "Shadow" still forthcoming, along with a video for "Double Up," ZAKEE is excited to release the latest visual from Assimilations, for the fan-favorite single "Push The Power."
Here goes the new mixtape by producer Trakk Sounds and www.thafixx.com! The mixtape features all exclusive music recorded for this project by Bun B, Killer Mike, Freddie Gibbs, Kirko Bangz, Pill and many others!
1. Intervention Intro 2. Bun B, Pill, I-20 & Killa Kyleon - King Hustler 3. Yung Quis, Gerald G & M.U.G (Co-produced by Rapid Ric) - Fix Yo' Face 4. Mistah Fab, Devin The Dude, Rittz & P. Dukes - Amazing 5. Freddie Gibbs, M.U.G, Slim Thug & Big B - Certified G's 6. ST 2 Lettaz, Fame$ity & Lil' Ray - Purple Ninja Turtle 7. Delo, M.U.G & Mookie Jones - Round & Round 8. Paul Wall, Niq & Delo - Goin 2 Hard 9. SL Jones, KD & Corner Boy P - Til I'm Gone 10. Magno, Trey Murch & Jkeezy - Check Out My Melody 11. GT Garza, Scooby, Kirko Bangz, Propain, Greezo & Brian Angel (Produced by DJ Pain) - Living to Die 12. Dat Boi T, HoodStar Chantz & Felony (Co-produced by E.C. Martinez) - Talkin' Down 13. Jackie Chain, Mookie Jones & Big Sant (Produced by B Don & G Luck of GLP) - TCB (Takin' Care of Business) 14. Delo, GT Garza & Fame$ity - Finally Made It 15. Scooby, Killer Mike, Killa Kyleon, Yung Redd (Produced by Claymaker) - Death Around the Corner 16. Devin The Dude, Killa Kyleon, Lil' O, Delo, Fame$ity, Mookie Jones, M.U.G, Yung Redd, Scooby, Surreall (Co-produced by B Don of GLP) - Houston Smokers Only Anthem
Video: Yinka Diz f/ Dae One & Kree - "Done It All"
Courtesy Dunn Deal PR.
Emcee/producer Yinka Diz presents life from a 'street cosmopolitan' state of mind on New Art, New Money, his new mixtape featuring Glasses Malone, Marky, Nike Nando, Annimean, and producer/rapper Dae One and singer Kree, who both appears on latest single "Done It All", also produced by Dae. Born in Chicago to a mother from the infamous Cabrini Green projects and a Nigerian immigrant father, Yinka was living in the Inland Empire section of Southern California by elementary, and Paris by high school. Soon after his return stateside, he organized and embarked on a 2006 West African tour, which led to his return the following year to take part in the 2007 African Music Awards Showcase. Yinka currently resides in Washington, D.C.
DICE MUSIC'S OWN ARIEZ ONASIS PULLS ANOTHER JACKMOVE, THIS TIME ON DRAKE AND LIL' WAYNE'S "THE MOTTO." GET READY FOR ARIEZ' UPCOMING ALL-ORIGINAL DEBUT THE HEARTBREAK KID COMING SOON, PRODUCED EXCLUSIVELY BY J. CARDIM AND FEATURING APPEARANCES FROM CLINTON SPARKS, KEVIN COSSOM, ROCK CITY, VERSE SIMMONDS, TUGE AND MORE.
Video: Phil Ade - "Coming Home" (dir. Oliver Whitehouse)
Courtesy Langston S.
Phil Ade teams up with British music video director Oliver Whitehouse to create a reflective and somber visual "Coming Home." This Sunny Norway produced track can be found on Phil Ade's latest project A Different World. Watch it now!
Armageddon sits behind the Director's chair alongside Gee Notes (of Beast Corps) for the visuals to, "Dance With The Devil." Shot in short-film style, the story follows a street gang in desperate need of a mischievous, adventurous night, and embark on a dark, twisted ride that ends even more demented than it began. Amidst the suspense and mystery, Armageddon still incorporates the classic, fun vibe of Hip-Hop culture as he rocks to a packed house party. "Dance With The Devil," is off his recent SoFlo Entertainment/Geddy Music release, The Journal Vol I: Rebirth.
MP3: Hood Samaritan - "Rise Up" (prod. by Blockhead)
After getting out the gates with their debut leak "Paris", the Hood Samaritan crew, comprised of emcees Kyle Rapps & Y-Love and producer/deejay Diwon, are back for round two in their promo campaign for their forthcoming FreEP, Honey Dijon. This time around, the prolific Blockhead lends a hand to the samaritan movement with "Rise Up", an uplifting opus of boom-bap drums and moving strings that compliment their positive, yet sincere rhymes. "Stay fly, the price of low-living is way high/ I'm all about giving but don't take mine/ we can build together watch the cake rise."