Wais P gets a hand from Spanky Wilson to add some Illadelph soul to his pimp cup. "Girl, tell em what you do for pimpin'...Pleasure's what I give for money, have you tried it with sweet wine...honey". Now that's pimpin...shouts to DJ Concept on the Machine.
PR: D. Allie Gives Away Free Music for His Birthday
Courtesy Progress Report.
This weekend shall mark the 29th year I've been on this earth, and yes I will be that 40 year old rapper in case you were wondering (you know you were. lol). Anyways, I just wanted to let you guys know what I wanted for my birthday, and that is for you guys to just PAY ATTENTION AND SPREAD THE WORD per usual. I realize I am preaching to the choir on this one, but here are a few specific things you can do.
For the week of my birthday we are putting up our debut album for FREE DOWNLOAD on our store. I'm sure many of you already have the album, but if you do not please take this time to give it an honest listen. Any feedback is welcome and appreciated.
If you already have the album please pass the link along to your friends and tell them to do the same.
Philly Emcee Has-Lo enlists legendary producer Kev Brown for his latest reenvisioning, "Never Was Yours." The track appears on Has-Lo's upcoming project "Conversation B" which hits stores November 15th.
Never Was Yours is a stark look at life's often unforgiving path. The recognition of everything's impermanance is reflected upon throughout the tracks lyrical display of wisdom. Has-Lo tackles aging, disapointment, loss, financial woes, and the devils deals we make to attain success, all with a stoic's calm and unflinching eye of a narrative reporter.
"I compete to win though I lose myself / In a penthouse room, with a view from hell"
Underneath Has' heavy lyricism, Kev Brown kicks another Low Budget classic. Kev's track features a funky guitar chop, minimal drum programming, and an atmospheric vocal sample to complete that completes the transformation.
Conversation B is a complete re-envisioning of In Case I Don't Make It. Exile, J-Zone, Oddisee, Kev Brown, Eric Lau, Apollo Brown and more lend their extensive production powers to the project. It is eclectic, melodic, chaotic, bleak and brutal all at once. The journey of a man at the tipping point continues.
Houston's own Rob Jay is excited to release his soulful sophomore EP, Millionaire Before 30. Produced and mixed entirely by Ammbush from the Drums & Ammo collective, the eight-track digital project is being offered to fans for free download.
"This project was really my first full-length collaborative effort where it's just me and a producer," says Rob Jay, explaining his work with Ammbush. "His studio puts you in this ultra hip-hop state of mind. It makes you feel like rap is the only thing that exists." Aside from Ammbush's involvement in the album, Rob Jay's only other guest feature is from John Dew, a fellow Houstonite who was featured on the EP's latest single, "Wise Man," and also handled art direction for the album. "I'm not one to ask someone to be on my album just because they may be hot right now," notes Rob. "John Dew is a friend and I really like his music; the collaboration came naturally."
Rob Jay takes on a variety of different themes with each track on the EP, ranging from his dedication to the rap game on "Hip-Hop Lifer" to his bedroom prowess on "Love Sex, Drug Sex." Before "Wise Man," Rob dropped his first single titled "My Past Life," a conceptual piece that discusses the trial and tribulations of his hypothetical past life in Harlem during the late 1960s. "Millionaire Before 30 serves as a progression from my last project in the sense that it's more cohesive and it's not a group of songs that was thrown together," says Rob. "It's the best-engineered project I've ever done."