Tragedy Khadafi feat. Killa Sha, King David & Planet Asia - Best Of Both Coast B.A.M. - Sickest (remix) Slain feat. ill Bill, sean Price & Blacastan - The Boulevard Apathy feat. Ill Bill - The villain Blaq Poet - Butchershop (remix) Jedi Mind Tricks - Target Practice Maffew Ragazino feat. Action Bronson - Jordan vs. Bird Cool Hand Lukey feat. Lil' Fame - Off The Corner DJ Mickey Knox feat. Nutso & Blaq Poet - Let The Guns Blow The Academy feat. Jadakiss, LA The Darkman, Sav Killz & Billy Danze - Rich Righteous Teachers Kool G Rap & The A-Alikes - To Live And Die In NY Timbo King - The Autobiography Of Timothy Drayton (produced by Fizzy Womack) Freestyle - Lil' Fame, Cool Hand Lukey & Che Broadway DJ JS-1 feat. O.C. - Life MC Eiht - I Need That DJ JS-1 feat. Lil' Fame, Joell Ortiz & freddie Foxxx - Reppin NY B.A.M. feat. Lil' Fame & Idryse (produced by Fizzy Womack) - Overload
DJ Toshi and Che Broadway return with another installment of Classic Storm Radio on NukeKnocka.com's Pirate Radio, RadioHipHop.com and Chambermusik Radio via Live365.com. This week's special guest is Brooklyn Rapper/Producer Li'l Fame of the legendary group, M.O.P..
Li'l Fame, known for his aggressive, brash delivery and unapologetic subject matter achieved instant notoriety with fellow Brownsville native, Billy Danze, after the explosive single, How About Some Hardcore rocked the streets of New York in 1994. Fame, who has also been making quite a name for himself as a producer in recent years under the moniker Fizzy Womack, sat down with us to discuss his origins, career to this point, his crew First Family, artists he is currently listening to and how he feels about today's influx of the new mainstream. Also in the building, was First Family affiliate, Cool Hand Lukey, who chimed in and couldn't wait for the freestyle session to begin, where we were blessed with some live fire from a true Brooklyn Hip-Hop legend.
Throw in new music from Tragedy Khadafi, B.A.M., Sean Price, Apathy, Blaq Poet, Jedi Mind Tricks, Maffew Ragazino, Nutso, Jadakiss, Billy Danze, Kool G. Rap, A-Alikes, Timbo King, OC, MC Eiht, DJ JS-1, Bumpy Knuckles and many others... And you have the hottest underground digital mixtape there is… Until next week!!! So, download it, drop it into your iPod, iPhone, Android or whatever it is you use to inject music into your ears! Support Real Hip-Hop!
DJ Toshi's Classic Storm Radio – Hosted by Che Broadway – Thursdays, 9pm – 10pm EST on NukeKnock.com's Pirate Radio, RadioHipHop.com and Chambermusik Radio via Live365.com.
PR: Big Daddy Kane & M.O.P. Added to 2011 A3C Lineup
Courtesy A3C Festival.
(ATLANTA, GA – September 2011) Organizers behind the A3C Hip Hop Festival in Atlanta October 6-8, 2011 at The Masquerade are excited to announce Big Daddy Kane and M.O.P. have been added to the 2011 festival lineup.
Red Bull Music Academy presents “An Evening with Big Daddy Kane: Sowing the Seeds of Hip Hop” on Saturday, October 8. Brooklyn native and architect of Hip Hop, Big Daddy Kane headlines a night of music that pays tribute to the birthplace of Hip Hop and the site of the 2012 Red Bull Music Academy - New York, New York. The evening begins with an intimate conversation with Kane on his career, Hip Hop and much more, hosted by Karl Injex. The show then moves into a musical journey through NYC's five boroughs showcasing classic Hip Hop joints spun by Da Beatminerz and performed by some of today's most cutting edge names including Skyzoo, J-Live, Jean Grae and Boy Jones, son of the late Ol’ Dirty Bastard.
Popular duo M.O.P. will headline the AllHipHop.com Breeding Ground Showcase on Saturday, October 8 along with Dead Prez. The showcase also features Elzhi (of Slum Village), Ras Kass, REKS, Termanology, Killa Kyleon, Paten Locke, Issa and DJ Statik Selektah and is hosted by Atlanta radio personality Jay Force.
These are just a few of the events and artists featured at the 2011 A3C Hip Hop Festival. In addition to more than 200 live performances, A3C offers turntable, producer, and breakdance competitions as well as 12 panel discussions, film screenings and equipment demonstrations.
A3C Hip Hop Festival tickets are available on the A3C website. 3-day passes are $40 online and $45 at the door. For discounted hotel accommodations, contact the Days Inn Atlanta Downtown at 1-866-650-7925 with the event name, A3C Festival, and booking code, A3C. The hotel is located at the intersection of Spring Street and Baker Street, approximately 2 miles from The Masquerade. For discounted airfare, call AirTran at 1-866-68EVENT (1-866-683-8368) and reference event name, A3C Festival, and event code, ATL100311.
The 2011 A3C Hip Hop Festival is supported by Xfinity, Jakprints/IndieMerch, New Era, Jagermeister, Native Instruments, Sennheiser, iHipHop and many other sponsors, partners and friends.
Specific showcase, panel, artist and event updates will continue to be announced on the A3C website through the event’s start on October 6, 2011. For more information about becoming involved in the A3C as an artist, partner, volunteer or media representative, visit www.a3cfestival.com.
ABOUT RED BULL MUSIC ACADEMY: The Red Bull Music Academy is a traveling music workshop and platform for those who shape our musical future. 60 selected participants of all aspects of rhythm and sound from across the globe come together for two weeks in a different musical metropolis each year. The next Academy returns to the United States in 2012 in New York City. The application process opens in February 2012. For more information, visit www.redbullmusicacademy.com/worldtour.
ABOUT A3C: Now in its 7th year, the A3C Hip Hop Festival is a 2-day, 3-night event held annually in Atlanta, GA and features live performances from a wide variety of approximately 200 artists. The live performance schedule is enhanced by day and evening content showcasing some of the most exciting breakdance, graphic art, fashion, film, equipment demonstrations and panels relating to Hip Hop culture.
Artists previously announced to perform at the 2011 festival include Dead Prez, Random Axe (Sean Price, Black Milk and Guilty Simpson), Freeway, Aleon Craft, MURS, XV, Elzhi (of Slum Village), Cory Gunz, Freddie Gibbs, Jean Grae, Big K.R.I.T., Rapper Big Pooh, Smoke DZA, Homeboy Sandman, REKS, Termanology, Action Bronson, Nottz, One Be Lo (of Binary Star) and Diamond D. For a full list of artists visit: www.a3cfestival.com/artists-full-list
Since 2005, the event has featured over 600 of the most elite artists in Hip Hop including: Rakim, Buckshot, Black Sheep, DJ Premier, The Juice Crew, Biz Markie, Del the Funky Homosapien, The Clipse, Souls of Mischief, Little Brother, Wale and B.o.B. In 2010, the A3C was attended by over 20,000 fans and featured partnerships and co-sponsored events with Red Bull, Fadia Kader’s Perfect Attendance, 2DopeBoyz, The Smoking Section, iStandard, Kevin Nottingham, Unique Squared, DJBooth, SESAC and more.
The A3C will take place October 6 - 8, 2011 in Atlanta, GA with its hub at the Masquerade located at 695 North Avenue, Atlanta, Georgia 30308.
Finally! Nick Nemesis comes thru and drops his brand new mixtape "May I Help You?". Not to mention the tape is hosted by the great Dj Semi (Chris Webbys Official DJ). Above is a song attached to give you a preview of what the tape is about and the front cover is attached! This mixtape includes features from Young Hash (From Cory Gunz Militia Gang) D.M.A.C. and of course the whole Deific Ink crew Joel Venom, Blak Spyda, Dante Outten & Mike Snow.
Nick Nemesis is known for preforming with the likes of Mac Miller, Freddie Gibbs, Lloyd Banks, Chris Webby, Skatterman and even the legendary Snoop Dogg! Also recording tracks previously with Los (Swaggaboylos) & Freck Billionaire.
Having aligned himself with super-producer and Norfolk, Virgina native, Nottz, Derek 32Zero is proud to unleash to Hip-Hop lovers everywhere his debut single from the up and coming project 'I'm Not Bargaining.' Teaming up with Talib Kweli on LIFT EM UP produced by Nottz, Derek 32Zero is proving himself as quite the lyrical slayer and someone to keep a watchful eye over.
Chicago Up-And-Comer Featured On Latest Single From A3C Volume 1
The A3C Hip-Hop Festival, now in its seventh year and already well known for bringing the best and brightest stars in hip-hop together, has partnered with iHipHop Distribution for a brand compilation, A3C Volume 1. The track list, revealed earlier this week, boasts a whopping 45 songs spread across two discs and features new, exclusive tracks from the range of artists participating in the 2011 festival. The A3C Volume 1 compilation will be available everywhere October 4th on iHipHop and can be pre-ordered now on iTunes.
Now, following previous singles from Freeway as well as M.O.P. & The Snowgoons, iHipHop is excited to release the compilation's third single, "Spotlight" from Chicago up-and-comer Rockie Fresh. Boasting a unique sound that has deep urban undertones and an alternative rocker mentality, Rockie continues to break barriers and defy conventions. Working with artists ranging from Fall Out Boy lead singer Patrick Stump to internet phenom Lil B, and with co-signs from the likes of new-age college rap sensations like Asher Roth and Kidz In The Hall, Rockie's grassroots movement has every corner of the music world talking. From Complex Magazine to BroBible.com The Source to MyspaceMusic, and BET to RockTheVote, Rockie is quickly taking the industry by storm.