Grime & UK Rap fans should definitely take the time to download this new mixtape from new artist TheUrbanGuidebook.com
London born emcee J. Karma moved to Norwich at an early age and started recording around 2008. With a host of local acts all doing their thing, J. Karma knew it was time to unleash some of his music. After creating a local buzz by shifting over a thousand CD's and getting airplay from Future FM, J. Karma is a name to watch out for. Inspired by life and all the stresses and joys of inner city living combined with his unique but diverse style of riding a beat can be heard all the way through his latest release 'The Next Level'. J. Karma has arrived and arrived with a bang. Tipped already by various tastemakers to do big things, J. Karma is ready to take his sound to the next level.
With a string of solid reviews from some of the UK's leading on-line magazines and blogs, as well as FM and Internet radio play and recently being interviewed for Rago Magazine, the vibe is already building for J. Karma's 'The Next Level' mixtape. This talented songwriter and performer has teamed up with a host of featured guests including Grime star Little Dee who was part of the chart-topping Roll Deep and now reps hard with the OG'z alongside P Money & Blacks. The mixtape also features Tommy Bones, UK Hip-Hop veterans DPF & Reds from Chronic Redye, as well as rising UK rappers Franko Fraize and Jammin Kane. Quality music throughout, this is a must for fans of Grime, Hip-Hop and Urban Music.
J. Karma - The Next Level (Tracklisting)
01. Intro 02. Cocky As Fuck 03. Over Here Feat. Tommy Bones & Little Dee 04. Follow Me 05. Is That It? 06. Big Money 07. Intermission I 08. Round And Round 09. On Fire 10. Complete 11. Neveragain 12. Intermission II 13. Keep Pushin' Feat. Franko Fraize 14. Don't Need You 15. Raw Feat. Reds & DPF 16. Let Me Break It Down 17. Sick With The Mic Feat. Jammin Kane
MP3: Young Malice (Scarface Protege) - "Fame Monster"
Courtesy J. Melo.
You may remember Young Malice from Scarface's group The Product. The trio put out a critically acclaimed album in 2006 via KOCH (now EOne) titled One Hunid. Nas among others anointed the album a classic and it is viewed that way by many nowadays. Young Malice and The Product also appeared on Scarface's last album Emeritus on a track titled Soldier Story which also featured Z-Ro.
Young Malice is currently working on his new mixtape The Situation Room. Here goes the first leak, "Fame Monster." A concept already done by Lady Gaga, but Malice offers a street perspective on what fame can do to a rapper to ruin lives and careers.