Travel with super producer Amp Live (of Zion I) as he takes you on a musical journey by fusing art & science and mixing glitch, hip hop, quirky electronic, and jazz. His newest opus, "You Are Not Human" (The Love EP), is inspired by the affairs of the heart. It is the first of many Amp Live projects in the coming years as he continues to follow up his previous remix EP releases for albums like Radiohead's "In Rainbows" and Tyler the Creator's "Goblin."
One Fan At A Time Now Scheduled For September 22nd Release; Latest Single Heavy On Wordplay
With the September 22nd release of One Fan At A Time around the corner, Hollywood FLOSS continues to satiate fans with freebies from the new album, and the latest in line is "Line 'Em Up," a song that serves as the second single from the forthcoming album. In the tradition of so many great hip-hop songs before it, FLOSS' aim with the new single is simple: show and prove. But while the idea may be simple, the execution is far from it, with FLOSS deliver quick witted lyrics and deft wordplay along the way. "This is the type of track that's essential to prove your lyrical and song making skills," explains the H-Town emcee. "A good old brag track."
Produced by Chris Rockaway, who's quickly making a name, himself, working with a wide variety of up-and-coming Houston talents, "Line 'Em Up" is supposed to convey a Houston sound while being reminiscent of East Coast style lyrics. " I grew up on brag rap and battle raps, killing the competition, so it's second nature," explains FLOSS. "I enjoy taking it back to coming up with dope rhymes; wordplay gets a reaction out of the listener." The track also features Chicago rapper YP, who, according to FLOSS, helps to round out and diversify the sound of the track. "YP captures and matches the same intensity," FLOSS explains, noting that YP is, "a very underrated hungry MC."
Audible Treats Celebrates 100th Podcast With A Compilation Showcasing Some Of The Hottest Tracks From Past To Present
Audible Treats is celebrating its 7th birthday this week, and like any self-respecting seven-year-old, we're going to make it the coolest birthday happening this side of the Mason-Dixon. Although we couldn't get everybody a pony this year, we took the time to dig through the archives of our music libraries to create a two-part mega podcast that is unlike anything you've heard before. Our 100th podcast features songs from past and present clients such as The Pharcyde, Bone Thugs & Harmony, Hieroglyphics, Rah Digga, Talib Kweli, Black Milk, E-40, Kreayshawn, and many, many more. Clocking in at just over four hours, the series is free to download or stream and will be an essential part of any hip-hop collection, if not the illest downloadable party favor ever.
What started out as a little nugget of an idea in the minds of our President, Michelle McDevitt, and Marketing Director, Gavin Rhodes, Audible Treats has grown into one of the industry's most successful and well-respected marketing and publicity firms. In the relatively short span of seven years, we have transformed the careers of hundreds of clients, ranging in scope from Grammy Award-winning hip-hop legends to budding indie rock darlings, national music festivals to local streetwear brands. And in only two years, our CMJ and SXSW artist showcases have become the most popular destinations for both music journalists and fans. Audible Treats has grown into a pretty impressive nugget, and we're only getting bigger! Having always prided ourselves on our varied range of artist styles and statures, Online Marketing Manager Dan Friedman explains, "Audible Treats has been intrumental in moving the needle for a wide range of artitsts that span from regional heroes to international stars and this podcast is a great representation of that." Adds Mrs. McDevitt, "Although our podcasts have never been a focal point for our campaigns, they're one more way we share our clients' material with music fans. They also demonstrate how we've always been early adopters of emerging trends; when we started producing podcasts back in 2005, hardly any clients had heard of them and now we average over 20,000 downloads per episode." Thanks for your support over the years. Sharing is caring; this is our gift to you.
Tracklist Part 1: Pharcyde - "Bong Loadz 2" Talib Kweli - "Right About Now" Edo G & Pete Rock - "Wishing" One.Be.Lo - "Rocket Ship" M1 - "Love You Can't Borrow" The Pack - "Vans" Federation - "WEAR MY STUNNA SHADES" Bone Thugs & Harmony - "Fire" Hieroglyphics - "Don't Hate The Player" Huey - "Pop Lock & Drop It" Butta Verses - "Jones In Ya Bones" LifeSavas feat. Fishbone - "Dead Ones" Phat Kat feat. Elzhi - "Cold Steel" Junk Science - "Jerry McGuire" Musab - "Kool Aid (Gettoe Juice)" Diams - "Jeune Demoiselle" G&D - "One' Akrobatik feat. Talib Kweli - "Put Ya Stamp On It" Nicolay & Kay - 'The Gunshot" K'naan - "Strugglin" Shaya - "Proud" eLZhi feat. Royce Da 59 - "Motown 25" Tanya Morgan - "How Low" J*Davey feat. Pacific - "Slayers" Opio - "Some Superfly Shit (remix)" E-40 - "Break Ya Ankles" Metermaids - "Nightlife" Keelay and Zaire - "The Times" Black Milk - "Without U" Illa J - "Showtime" Finale - "One Man Show" Black Poet - "Aint Nuttin Changed" Del The Funky Homosapien - "Sometimes I Gotta Get Stupid" Sandpeople - "Hate Aside" !llmind - "Look of Love" Big Urban - "Your Mother Is a Hipster DJ JS-1 - "Ridiculous" (Remix) Fly Gypsy - "Block Rockin" Shady Nate - "Billion Dolla Plan"
Part 2: League510 - "I'm On" D. Black - "Touch The Stars" iLL-Literacy - "Gentleman's Kool-Aid" Tanya Morgan - "We've Just Arrived" Trinity - "Roc Raida Ribute" Finale - "Motor Music" Diamond District - "Gully" Kam Moye - "Let's Be Honest" D-Lo - "No Hoe" (Snoop Remix) Amplive - "Gary Is A Robot" TRUTHLIVE - "The Unlearning" Donwill - "Love Junkie" (Wallpaper Remix) The Niceguys - "Not At All" BlackSheep - "Birds Of A Feather" DaVinci feat. Big K.R.I.T, Webbz, & J. Rockwell - "The Beginning" Rah Digga - "This Ain't No Lil Kid Rap" Canibus - "Merchant of Metaphors" Erk Tha Jerk - "Perfect Mistake" DaVinci, Roach Gigz, San Quinn, Big Rich & Cellski - "Black & Orange" Von Pea feat. Josie Stingray & Rapsody - "New Pair" The Left feat. Hassaan Mackey - "How We Live" Moe Green - "Lights Camera Action" IMAKEMADBEATS feat. Dj Dolo - "Flyers" Kokayi - "Chanticleer" A.Dd+ - "Likeamug" Feat. Sore Nottz & Asher Roth - "Gotta Get Up" Clear Soul Forces - "Gon' Get Em'" Kokayi - "Nicotine" Isaiah Toothtaker - "Faith No More" Roach Gigz - "F A Chorus" DELS - "Trumpalump" Dj JS-1 - "Boom Slap" Kreayshawn - "Gucci Gucci" Rockwell Knuckles - "Play Catch" A-Plus - "Give It Away" Kyle Rapps feat. Talib Kweli - "Universe Traveler"
This is an enhanced podcast, which means that if you play it in iTunes, you can skip from song to song..
MP3: Paul White ft. Homeboy Sandman - "A Weird Day"
Courtesy Nora Ritchie.
Los Angeles Times: "Rapping With Paul White...firmly establishes him [Paul White] as one of the finest producers in any genre."
Fader: "wild psychedelic shit"
Diplo: "I'm his biggest fan."
The Guardian: "a 21st century DJ Shadow"
BBC: "White's music is charmingly bizarre."
Okayplayer: "Paul White doesn’t make beats he makes film scores."
Last week, the Los Angeles Times premiered Paul White's latest track "A Weird Day" ft. recent Stones Throw signee Homeboy Sandman from Paul's new album Rapping With Paul White. On the track "the Queens-bred Sandman spins a surreal and whimsical tale of a trip to London" over Paul's swirling, marching beat and eerie synths.
1. Young Simmons & Murdah Baby - Intro Prod By SpeakerKnockerz 2. Young Simmons feat. Murdah Baby - Done Seen Alot Prod By Collin (Lazy K Productoins) 3. Murdah Baby - 60 Bar (Freestyle) Prod By Olympicks(MMG) 4. Young Simmons feat. Fred The Godson - How Bad You Wanna Know 5. Young Simmons feat. Murdah Baby - So Connected Prod By Dj Lazy K 6. Young Simmons & Murdah Baby - #YoungMurdah (Freestyle) over Drakes Money Can Buy 7. Young Simmons & Murdah Baby - Freestyle over JayZ/BigL 7min Freestyle (Beat) 8. Murdah Baby - Speaks 9. Murdah Baby feat. Bizz & Young Simmons - Right On Time (Remix) Prod By Lazy K Productions 10. Murdah Baby feat. Young Simmons, Superstar K & Billy Bam - Jordan In The 90s (Remix) Prod By Cryptonite (Lazy K Productions) 11. Young Simmons feat. Dante Hawkins - Ready To Go Prod By Lazy K Productions & CookinSoul 12. Young Simmons - Uptown (Freestyle) Prod Murdah Baby & El Grande (Lazy K Productions) 13. Young Simmons - Pour Some Liquor Prod By Murdah Baby & Mobucks (Lazy K Productions) 14. Murdah Baby - Niggaz In Paris (Freestyle) (MayaTheB.Com) 15. Murdah Baby - 70 Bar (Freestyle) Prod By R.E.D 16. Young Simmons - Outro