Seriously, I feel like a dealer ridin' dirty on 85, with coke in the trunk and cops in the rear mirror. Because I'm giving away so many free music this week, I can swear that six of them are probably illegal! So before the R-I-Double A decides to raid in my momma's house and confiscate my laptop and hard drive, know that it's been nice knowing y'all on FMF! FMF to the DEATH (or at least until all of the artists decide to charge).
Chris Brown :: Boy in Detention
"Um, this ain't a RAP mixtape! This is Chris Brown, dude!" Um, if you listen you'll see that it IS a rap mixtape! Chris Brown decides to take a hand in rapping and he's doing it seriously, as evident by appearacnes and productions from Kevin McCall, 9th Wonder, Big K.R.I.T. and Shawty Mane. Yes, the Shawty Mane, who's also known as JUSTIN BIEBER! Yes, even the Bieb' raps and he go swag like Jack Swagger himself (Ugh, may "swag" R.I.P. soon).
Tracklisting: 1. First 48 [prod. Jukebox] 2. Crazy [prod. David Banner] 3. Freaky I'm Iz [f/ Kevin McCall] 4. Diesel & Swizz Beatz [prod. by Kevin McCall] 5. Body on Mine (f/ Se7en) [prod. by Infinity] 6. Spend It All (f/ Se7en and Kevin McCall) [prod. Info] 7. Private Dancer (f/ Se7en and Kevin McCall) [prod. Cornelio Austin] 8. 100 Bottles (f/ Se7en) [prod. DJ Chuckie] 9. Leave the Club (f/ Joelle James) [prod. by J.U.S.T.I.C.E. League] 10. Real Hip Hop #4 (f/ Kevin MaCall) [prod. by 9th Wonder] 11. Your Body [prod. by Hudson Mohawke] 12. Ladies Love Me (f/ Justin Bieber a/k/a Shawty Mane) [prod. by David Banner] 13. Real Hip Hop #3 [prod. by 9th Wonder) 14. Real Hip Hop (f/ Kevin McCall) (prod. by 9th Wonder) 15. Snapbacks Back (f/ Tyga) [prod. by Mike Will] 16. The Best Yo [prod. by Beat Syndicate] 17. Marvin's Room (RMX) (f/ J Valentine, Dawn Richard, Se7en and Kevin McCall) [prod. by Ryan M. Tedder] 18. 100% (f/ Kevin McCall) [prod. by Kevin McCall] 19. Last [prod. by No I.D.] 20. Sweetheart [prod. by Kevin McCall] 21. Strip (f/ Kevin McCall) [prod. by Tha Bizness] 22. Yoko (f/ Berner) 23. Wiz Khalifa & Big K.R.I.T. [prod. by Big K.R.I.T.]
DJ Drama & Celeb Forever :: Lights (#LightsMixtape)
Celeb Forever is living like his name because it seems like he's been a celeb forever, indeed. Thanks to the appearance of Gucci Mane, Emilion Rojas, Rick Ross, and Curren$y, as well as a co-sign from DJ Drama, the spoltight's on Celeb and the lights aren't dimming anytime soon.
Tracklisting: 1. Intro (Drama Speaks) 2. Say the Right Things [prod. by Drum Squad] 3. Alive (f/ Curren$y) 4. Nicky Barnes (f/ Pill) [prod. by Lex Luger] 5. Timeless (f/ Rick Ross) [prod. by The Olympicks] 6. I Don't Believe You (f/ XV and Donnis) 7. Do You Mean It [prod. by Oddz N Endz] 8. Physical 9. Drama Speaks 10. H.B.S. (f/ Sean McGee) 11. K.O.D. 12. High Horse (f/ Gucci Mane) [prod. by Drum Squad] 13. Hip-Hop Heores (f/ Laws, Emilio Rojas, and Carti Yae) 14. Cook (f/ Styles P) 15. Bring It Home (f. Durand Bernarr) 16. Outro (Drama Speaks) 17. You Earned It
Game & DJ Skee :: Hoodmorning [No Typo]: Candy Coronas
Hoodmorning y'all! No typo, but Game is putting in CRAZI WERK! [sic] before his "R.E.D. Album" drops on August 27th (Hopefully the label won't push the album back though). Here's Candy Coronas for Friday night. And it's okay, you can drive after putting Game's Candy Coronas in your system. #Pause #NoHangover #Wolfpack #RandomKevinNashHashtag
Tracklisting: 1. Hoodmorning [prod. by Mars] 2. Drug Test (f/ Dr. Dre and Snoop Dogg) [prod. by DJ Khalil] 3. Can You Believe It (f/ LIl Wayne and Birdman) [prod. by Lifted] 4. Mr. West/Money & Power [prod. by Che Vicious] 5. Monsters in My Head [prod. by Boi-1da] 6. Wow (f/ Gucci Mane) [prod. by Mars] 7. 25 to Life [prod. by Mars] 8. Out of Towner [prod. by Terrace Martin 9. Standin on a Corner (f/ B.o.B and Wiz Khalifa) [prod. by Gun Roulet] 10. Grave Yard (f/ Sam Cooke) [prod. by Mars and Point Guard] 11. The Town [prod. by Mars and Rance] 12. Uncle Otis [prod. by Mars & Point Guard] 13. Infrared [prod. by Cool & Dre] 14. Change Your Life (f/ BWS) [prod. by Mars] 15. Red (f/ Redman) [prod. by Cool & Dre] 16. I'm On [prod. by Mars] 17. Ace of Spades (f/ Jim Starr and Paypa) [prod. by Mars] 18. Fucked Up (f/ Menace) [prod. by Mars] 19. She Wanna Have My Baby (f/ Trey Songz) 20. Rough (f/ Yelawolf) [prod. by Jim Jonsin]
Giving y'all some soulful freeP, Muhsinah (pronounced Mu-see-na), who you may recognize from Common's "Change" and The Foreign Exchange's "Daykeeper," gives y'all "Gone" with six original tracks for y'all to ride to. So what it ain't hip-hop, but it's still good music (no Kanye-o).
Tracklisting: 1. Down to 1 2. One 3. Stop & Go 4. Stop 5. Gone 6. Till I'm Gone
I missed the original version and I may give it to y'all next week if the link is available. But this remix tape is so fresh like his last name, I couldn't NOT share it with y'all.
Tracklisting: 1. A.C. Green 2. The Worth (f/ Mike Golden) 3. Sofa King Cole [Redux] 4. Living Remix (f/ Casey Veggies and Tayyib Ali) 5. So Gone Based Remix (f/ Lil B) 6. We Good 7. About It [prod. by Cardo] 8. Go Crazy [prod. by Sledgren & Cardo] 9. They Don't Understand Why Remix (f/ Tayyib Ali) 10. As Far As You Let Me 11. Too Far 12. June 13th [prod. by Mike Daley & The Gift] 13. What's The Hurry (Interlude) 14. What's The Hurry 15. Otherside (f/ Rich Hil) 16. Time 17. Living Super Remix (f/ Casey Veggies, Tayyib Ali, Naledge, & Phil Ade) [Bonus Track] 18. Otherside Redux Freestyle [prod. By Matt Max] [Bonus Track] 19. Duckin N Dodgin (f/ Casey Veggies & Prod By Uncle Dave) [Bonus Track] 20. A.C. Green Remix (f/ Vic Mensa) [Bonus Track]
What do you get when you combine La Coka Nostra/Special Teamz heavyweight Slaine with Showoff's Statik Selektah beats? REAL HIP-HOP! Point blank period and you'll definitely hear plenty of that here on "State of Grace."
Tracklisting: 1. State Of Grace (Intro) 2. Don’t Talk Greezy 3. Offensive Lines f. Action Bronson & Ill Bill 4. That’s How It Is f. Termanology & Tully Banta-Cain aka Novacaine 5. Trail of Blood (OG Beat Version) 6. Tonight f. Cyrus Deshield 7. Gotta Go f. Kali & D-Stroy) 8. American Way 9. Run It (From The Town OST) 10. Night After Night 11. Molly f. D-Stroy 12. Hold Up f. Reks 13. Concepts (Freestyle) 14. Shade 45 Freestyle f. Kali & D-Stroy 15. Mistaken Identity [Bonus Track]
That's it for the "Ridin' Dirty in 8-5 Edition" of "Free Music Fridays." If you have any free music you would like to share with the world, please e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you're an artist with your free mixtape/album shown on this page and you want to send me a link re-up, corrections, and/or questions, e-mail me at email@example.com, as well. Thanks for reading and enjoy y'all! Two fangas, one love....
"Mista Flix has dropped a debut release to be proud of and we're sure any discerning Hip-Hop fan will agree." 100 Per Cent UK www.100percentuk.com
"This exciting new artist spits intelligent bars with an on-point delivery which compliments Stealf's raw sounding Hip-Hop vibe. This deadly duo have gave up the goods here" Da Real Biz www.darealbiz.com
"Mr Flix has a unique style, he works with words as any rapper should, but it's the way he does it. If you're a little dumb you won't get it, but if you're switched on then this emcee will enlighten you" From The Gutta www.fromthagutta.com
Mr Flix is a South London based artist who grew up on Hip Hop from an early age. Whilst many around him worshipped the commercial scene, Flix stayed true to the foundations of real hip hop, drawing influence from the likes of Jedi Mind Tricks and Immortal Technique. Now he looks set to write his own chapter in the musical world, with insane flows and metaphors which would leave Mensa scratching their heads, he is about to arrive and stay for good. There is no doubting that Mr. Flix is all up in the mix!
Debuting on the scene with his Stealf produced EP "Conceptualized Deceit", it seems that Mr. Flix is already going from strength to strength. The EP features Loop Genius & Roskrypz, as well as New York rapper St Laz. Flix looks set to blow as he has a busy schedule planned for the rest of 2011, with further releases expected. With a number of established artists already said to be ready to collab with Mr Flix, it looks as though this is just the beginning for an artist who just simply wants to make authentic Hip Hop.
Hailing from St. Pete, FL - Famous Kid Brick, who currently has one of the biggest records in Florida with his hit "I'm On It" talks about his grind, shows off his new face piece, and previews his second single "Dumb Doe" acapella style!
URBAN WRESTLING FEDERATION REACHES AGREEMENT WITH MAYBACH MUSIC GROUP’S ‘CAROL CITY CARTEL’ TO BE INVOLVED IN UPCOMING UWF PRODUCTIONS
Artists to Participate in the Programming and Promotion of the UWF, which is Revolutionizing Sports Entertainment Through it’s Combination of Urban Music & Professional Wrestling
NEW YORK – The Urban Wrestling Federation announced today that they have reached agreement with the ‘Carol City Cartel,’ aka Triple C’s, who record under the Maybach Music Group imprint, founded by best-selling hip-hop artist and entrepreneur Rick Ross.
To further develop their exploding roster of talent, the UWF has turned to artists coming from one of the most influential groups in urban music. The Triple C’s (Gun Play, Torch, Young Breed) have been tapped to be utilized in the programming, characterization, and promotion of future UWF battles including the next arena filming, which will take place in Miami this Fall.
Additionally, plans are in the works for a UWF promotional mix tape to be released in the near future; where artists from the Maybach Music Group’s Carol City Cartel will make significant contributions. In addition to the promotional mix tape, these tracks will be used for entrances during UWF matches, pay-per-view presentations and other promotional events.
The Triple C’s of the Maybach Music group will be joining the list of artists already involved with the UWF, including 40 Glocc, Melle Mel, Red Café, Big Block, Uncle Murda, Brisco, Billy Blue, L.E.P. Bogus Boys and Cuban Link. The UWF continues to be in negotiations with Maybach music for involvement of additional artists with the UWF.
Last week, UWF Founder and CEO Steve Karel, aka ‘Steve The Hustler,’ was seen shooting footage of the Triple C’s in Miami’s South Beach, which will be used for the next UWF broadcast event, as well as in a promo video
“We’re thrilled to have the Carol City Cartel artists, Gun Play, Torch and Young Breed of the Maybach Music Group involved in the Urban Wrestling Federation,” said UWF President Steve Karel. “As we continue to grow the federation, more and more top-level talent are coming to the table realizing that the ring is the newest place for artists to gain exposure and prove that they’ve got what it takes to hold their own and prove domination.”
URBAN WRESTLING FEDERATION The Urban Wrestling Federation, which debuted earlier this summer with “First Blood,” a dynamic and exhilarating performance that combined the worlds of hip-hop music and professional wrestling was created by television and live events veteran, Steve Karel. The inaugural battle was filmed live at New York’s famed Hammerstein Ballroom on June 3rd, as well as various other locations around the country, and was viewed by thousands as part of 100+ showings on top pay-per-view platforms.
The UWF has raised the action bar of professional wrestling to a never before seen level of entertainment. ‘First Blood,’ was shown on iN DEMAND, DIRECTV, DISH Network and TVN Ent. Full schedules, additional content, branded clothing and products can be seen at www.UrbanWrestlingFederaton.com
James Gray, Jr., better known as Scoog, is a rapper and entrepreneur. He hails from New Orleans, LA. He grew up partly in what is known as the 7th ward and 9th ward parts of the city, Lacombe, Louisiana, and the popular New Orleans East. Scoog started rapping at the tender age of 12. He recorded his first original song at the age of 15.
Scoog attended Southern University in New Orleans but he was forced to transfer when Hurricane Katrina demolished New Orleans and other southern cities in 2005. He relocated to the Bay Area, where he continued his education and graduated from California State University, East Bay with a Bachelor's Degree in Liberal Arts. He also continued to draw attention with his unique southern flow. Scoog is also known for his drive, ambition, and persistence.
In 2008 Scoog founded the company Gray Line Entertainment. After working with several underground artists in New Orleans, the Bay Area, Los Angeles, and Atlanta, Scoog has earned the respect as one of the most talented underground artist to emerge. With the release of his 2011 EP "S.C.O.O.G. Promotional CD", Scoog gained world wide notoriety by earning sales success through internet distribution outlets such as iTunes, Amazon.com, and other distribution outlets.