Free DL: Bronze Nazareth (Wu-Tang) - The Migration Sessions
Bronze Nazareth coordinates with www.thedistinctlife.com branding co. to give you - The Migration Sessions. Backed by the polished fashion expertise of Rick Williams (Burn Rubber) Distinct Life re-opens the vault, to bring you a glimpse into the sounds of the Great Migration, a modern Hip Hop Classic. Included are a few never before heard selections from the Migration sessions, as well as several instrumentals from the LP. Enjoy!
MOBiLOGIX Makes Progress with Danny Brown and Guilty Simpson
D. Allie here. Wanted to let you guys know that Eddie Logix produced a new album with Mobil who is an MC that has been building a solid buzz in Detroit and surrounding areas for quite sometime now. As a testament to that, the album features guest MC appearances from many of Detroit's finest including Danny Brown and Guilty Simpson. To listen to the album click here. If you'd like to download you can name your own price (that includes free for all my fellow people in the struggle).
If you like what you hear tell a friend. Not only is the album great, but they also have one of the illest promo photos in the game which you can see below. Per usual thanks for taking the time out of your day and if you have any questions at all just reply to the email and we'll hit you back as soon as we can. Below are links to the songs with Danny Brown and Guilty Simpson.
PR: New Bonus Track Added to Seattle MC Khingz Latest Album
Today Wandering Worx Music releases the first of two bonus tracks from Seattle MC Khingz' latest album "Liberation of the Monster". Seattle Weekly reviewed Khingz' Liberation as one of the top 5 releases of 2012. Don't get caught in this Monsoon Wreck featuring Vancouver BC rapper Attikus and New Jersey representative P. Genz. The song is produced by up and coming producer Rel!g!on. The album is now available through Wandering Worx BandCamp Store for the "Name Your Price" option.
The Next 48 Hours With Mystikal is an original 2 part web series that goes behind the scenes of Mystikal relaunching his career with YMCMB. Part 1 follows Mystikal during SXSW 2012 where he has a YMCMB & Dorito's Show, a meeting with producer Diplo and on the set of the Machine Gun Kelly's "Wild Boy(Remix)" music video shoot. Cameo's from Bow Wow, Lil Chuckie.
Video: Chuuwee "Wild Style" Trailer & Large Professor Studio Footage
Here is the official promo trailer for Chuuwee’s Wild Style LP.
It’s only right that Chuuwee enlist producers that fit the mold of the sound he is searching for. Though he’s still feverishly recording material for his proper debut, Chuuwee recently linked up with the legendary Large Professor to record some material and at a recent sit down with Timm Hotep & Sucio Smash of Squeeze Time Radio, Chuuwee announced Large Pro’s inclusion on his debut project, of which a preview can be seen here.
The Hieroglyphics crew has long been heralded as one of the most consistent, talented crews in hip-hop, and while the credit in nearly all rap crews goes to the rappers, each crew has its own unsung hero's operating outside of the public eye. For Hiero, that behind-the-scenes operator is producer/DJ DJ Touré, who is now stepping firmly into the limelight with the release of his own album, Touré's Theory: Session One. The album will be released July 17th, as a joint venture between Clear Label Records and Touré's own 101% Music.
To celebrate the album announcement, Touré is excited to release the album's lead single, "She Like It," a track that features B-Legit and D-Lo. The song, co-produced by Grammy-winning producer Bobby Ozuna, has a classic West Coast bounce as Touré layers horn and guitar chops, a soulful concoction that manages to serve as a perfect match both for B-Legit's smooth baritone and D-Lo's frenetic, off-kilter flow.
Touré made this track with a specific goal in mind: bringing together the old and new guards of Bay Area hip-hop. "My inspiration for this song was to bring different styles and generations of hip-hop together on one track," explains Touré. "B Legit and D Lo had never been on a record together, even though we're all from the Bay and know each other."