June, was born in Memphis, TN in 1989. He grew up listening to classic soul records from his father, which influences his music. June and his producer (also his younger brother, Teddy Walton) have created their own movement and sound known as "Urban Epic" which fuses HipHop/Soul/Rap/R&B with a twist of Pop. He has gained a large online buzz with over 300,000 fans. Here for your listening pleasure is June's debut single, "City Love". The song will be featured on his upcoming debut album, "June2Real", releasing for free this summer.
To commemorate the launch of their new album "Genesis" (and 4/20), CoSS and Numonics unveil their latest track "CHIEF". The track finds LA's CoSS providing an ode to the sticky green stuff over a brooding jazz sample led beat from Numonics. The track will be featured on the duo's upcoming album "Genesis" which is due out this summer.
Today, Grammy award winning recording artist and producer David Banner releases the video for his third single “Californication” featuring Snoop Dogg, Game, Nipsey Hu$$le, Ras Kass & Kree off his free album Sex, Drug & Video Games which will drop on May 22, 2012 as a FREE Download for his fans on livemixtapes.com & davidbanner.com. The album will feature Chris Brown, Lil’ Wayne, Big K.R.I.T., A$AP Rocky, 2 Chainz, Bun B., Maino and more. The program kicked off on March 14 with the release of the single “Believe” featuring Big K.R.I.T. and will continue to feature new music off the album every other Wednesday with accompanying videos the following week. The video for Californication will available on April 18th online.
MP3/Video: Saukrates - "Doorite" Ft. Nickelus F & K-os
This coming Tuesday, April 24th, Saukrates will release his long-awaited new album, Season One. The project is being released via Saukrates' label, Frostbyte Media, and in order to hold fans over for the next few days until release, Saukrates is unleashing the album's latest single, "Doorite," featuring fellow Canadian emcees Nickelus F and k-os.
The track, produced by School Of Velocity for Humbled Music Productions, is built around booming drums and bouncy keys, and Saukrates takes advantage of the triumphant instrumental to express the story and patience of an artist that had it all and lost everything, but refused to stay down. "You couldn't imagine all the day that I flipped from hero to zero," raps Soxx. "Flip shit backwards; zero to hero."
In addition to the new track, Saukrates is excited to release the second in a string of webisodes to be released in conjunction with the new album. In this latest webisode, titled “Saukrates Philosophy: Part II,” Saukrates breaks down how being an athlete - particularly a soccer player and hockey - has influenced and prepared him to traverse his way through music.
Video: Mega Ran "Language Arts" Kickstarter Update #2 - $15,000!
Thank you for your continued support! Let's keep building on to make this album/comic/videogame project the most successful it can be.
$10,000 has been unlocked. the game will be developed for iOS and Android phones.
The comic will now be an 80+ page graphic novel, due out just in time for Volume 3 this holiday season.
But what about the music? That's where the next goal of $15,000 will come in. with that, we can afford
-A minimum of TWO music videos for the album funding an aggressive radio promotions campaign Physical versions will include full color 4 page CD jackets with lyrics inside! I've always wanted to do those. -I'll leak the first single EARLY (like as soon as we hit 15k) Volume 1 will be a FREE DOWNLOAD!
Here we go! 13 days to do it, Then I'll leave ya alone. promise.
Video: Sozay f/ Kottonmouth Kings - "Stoners New Year"
It's 4/20 aka the official Stoners New Year. In honor of the special occasion, we present you with a brand new video from LA rapper Sozay and long-time weed representers, the Kottonmouth Kings. Featuring Latin bombshell, Yvette Martinez and Irish-Filipina beauty, Lauren Lux. Feel free to share it with your friends and happy Stoners New Year!
Diplo and Flosstradamus recently hit the studios to get work on a remix of Usher's very succesful track 'Climax' (which Diplo produced) and it was definitely time well spent. Feel free to post/share/tweet/etc.