Over 15 Of Vallejo's Rising Rappers Come Together For Hometown Posse Cut
We already told you that Moe Green has been hard at work, dropping guest verse, after freebie, after video for fans in the wake of his highly regarded Lionheart EP. Continuing that run, Moe Green now pops up on one of the largest posse cuts, maybe ever, and is proud to stand alongside his emcee neighbors to rock the hometown mega anthem "1 Vallejo." Produced and put together by Indecent The Slapmaster, who also raps on the song, "1 Vallejo" also includes the likes of Kobra Abysmal, Rux, Cousin Fik, Shigady da Playboy, Willie Joe, J-Cizzle, YC da kidd, Indecent the Slapmaster, D-Boi, Driyp Drop, Davie the fly kid, Dl da arsun, Mr.Apher, Young Smokes, and TouchScreen Trell. With so many emcees dropping verses, "1 Vallejo" is easily the most comprehensive representation of the current Vallejo rap scene to date.
October 14, 2011 - Los Angeles, CA - Game will be hitting cities nationwide this fall on tour in support of his R.E.D. Album, which debuted #1 on Billboard's Top 200 album chart the week of its release.
The R.E.D. album, said to dually stand for Game's "REDedication" to rap and family, showcases production from Dr. Dre and DJ Premier and features from established south region stunners Big Boi, Young Jeezy and Rick Ross and west coast collaborations with Snoop Dogg, E-40 and scorching newcomers Kendrick Lamar and Odd Future's Tyler the Creator.
The R.E.D. Album is Game's fourth album to debut #1 on Hip-Hop/Rap album chart and his third on the Top 200 chart. Game's platinum selling debut, The Documentary, was released on Aftermath/G-Unit/Interscope Records in 2005 and produced a two-time Grammy nominated single, "Hate It or Love It," which reached #1 on the Hot R&B/Hip Hop songs chart. Game's second album and #1 debut, Doctor's Advocate, also sold upwards of 1 million records and his third album, "LAX," missed the #1 spot by just 1000 copies, debuting at #2 on the Top 200. Known as much for his street bangers and Pop pleasers as he is for his deeply interpersonal reflection albums Game continues to demonstrate his flourishing versatility.
Thu Oct 20 San Diego, CA 4th & B Fri Oct 21 Scottsdale, AZ The Venue of Scottsdale Sat Oct 22 Los Angeles, CA House of Blues Sun Oct 23 Flagstaff, AZ Orpheum Theater Mon Oct 24 Tucson, AZ Rialto Theatre Wed Oct 26 Santa Barbara Velvet Jones Thu Oct 27 San Francisco The Regency Ballroom Fri Oct 28 Stateline, NV Montbleu Resort Casino & Spa Sat Oct 29 Idaho Falls, ID The Peppertree Sun Oct 30 Boise, ID Knitting Factory Mon Oct 31 Salt Lake City Rockwell Wed Nov 02 Boulder, CO Fox Theatre Thu Nov 03 Denver, CO Ogden Theatre Fri Nov 04 Aspen, CO Belly Up Sat Nov 05 Omaha, NE Omaha Music Hall Sun Nov 06 Minneapolis, MN Epic Tue Nov 08 Toledo, OH Headliners Wed Nov 09 Detroit, MI St. Andrews Hall Thu Nov 10 Fort Wayne, IN Piere's Entertainment Center Fri Nov 11 Milwaukee, WI Rave Mon Nov 14 Austin, TX Emo's East Tue Nov 15 New Orleans, LA House of Blues Wed Nov 16 Houston, TX House of Blues Thu Nov 17 Dallas, TX House of Blues
Reject, reppin' Murda Mass and Jersey's Madd Maxxx recently united to form the coalescence better known as Hostile Figures. Their debut release, titled It F*ckin Figures, came in the form of a 10 track FreEP, which was made available for download, courtesy of DatPiff.com. Check out the lead single, "Get F*cked Up' from this project and stay tuned for their forthcoming full length (currently untitled).
MP3: Roach Gigz Ft. Danny Brown & DB Tha General - "Drugs (Remix)"
Courtesy Audible Treats.
One Of Detroit's Finest Joins In For A Remix From Roach's Bitch, I'm A Player EP
Leading up to the release of his Bitch, I'm A Player EP, Roach Gigz released "Drugs," a track that featured fellow Bay rapper DB Tha General. Unsurprisingly, the song fast became a fan-favorite, with Roach and DB trading their energetically under-the-influence bars atop producer C-Loz' equally bouncy, synth-driven production. Now, Roach Gigz is excited to release a remix for the track featuring Danny Brown.
J-ZONE is a connoisseur of humbling reality checks, lesser-known rap albums from the early ‘90s, self-deprecation, and full-fledged lampoonery. His primary hobby is assailing our daily acts of bullshit. Throughout his decade and change in the music business, he's worked with the likes of Gnarls Barkley, The Lonely Island, Biz Markie, E-40, and Prince Paul, to name a few. As a writer, his work has been published in the Common Culture pop culture textbook series, SLAM Magazine, The Source, and London's Hip-Hop Connection (HHC), among others. He's a regular contributor for ego trip NYC and moonlights as a high school sports reporter in the New York Metropolitan area. J-Zone has also taught music classes in the SUNY (State University of New York) system. He's an insubordinate curmudgeon and a New York native who will invoice you if you send him emoticon and acronym-laden text messages. He lives in Queens, New York with his beloved grandmother, "Evil E".