MP3: Mayday f/ Brotha Lynch Hung, Ces Cru - "Strange March (Remix)"
Courtesy Mayday Online.
MAYDAY! marches further into Strangeland with a remix for "Death March" featuring fellow label mates, Brotha Lynch Hung & Ces Cru! Music produced by Plex Luthor & Gianni Ca$h Listen to the original on ¡MAYDAY!'s Strange Music debut album, Take Me To Your Leader, in stores NOW!
Illmaculate is releasing the album's latest single, "Territorial," which calls on the help of guest rapper OnlyOne. "I think the message is conveyed in the title alone," explains Illmaculate. "The song is about all the things I'm territorial of: my family; my neighborhood; my block." This song, along with most of the Skrill Talk, was produced by G_Force and Trox Diesel, and developing such a close working relationship benefited the construction of the track. "I recorded to an unfinished version of the beat, produced by G_Force," notes Illmac, "then Trox blessed the song with all the final touches."
MP3: Steven A. Clark - "Lonely Roller" Ft. J. Nics
Courtesy Audible Treats.
On June 11th, Steven A. Clark will release his latest album, Fornication Under Consent Of The King. Last month, in announcing the project, the Miami-based singer released the album's lead single, "Don't Have You," and now, with an official music video still forthcoming for that track, Steven A. Clark is excited to release the album's latest single, "Lonely Roller" featuring J. Nics.
ince releasing his first album, STRIPES, in 2011, Steven A. Clark has found his name mentioned amongst the rising crop of new R&B singers – a list that includes names like The Weeknd and Frank Ocean – and for fans just getting into Clark's music, "Lonely Roller," which Steven A. Clark also produced, is a perfect example as to why those comparisons are being made.
"The song is about being fed up with my relationship at home and using the strip club as a stress reliever," explains Steven A. Clark. "Problem is, I end up falling for a stripper." Clark's songwriting is on full display here, as he weaves through the story, singing, "She wasn't the greatest dancer/ But when she spoke to me/ I fell intrigued from what she said."
The song features a strong guest verse from rapper and fellow Miamian J. Nics, while singer Victoria Blue also adds her vocals to the track, embodying the dancer of Clark's desire, tempting him as he helplessly pushes away. "Strippers are more than just great dancers," notes Clark, "the best ones know all the right things to say."
Artist: Meftah Beats Location: Michigan Genre: Hip Hop, Instrumental
"Hip-Hop is my door to enlightenment, Sound is the language I speak, and You havethe ears to listen. Meftah Beats comes out of a glove of love called Michigan, and he is here to set you all FREE!!! All of these productions are done with 100% heart, soul, and mind, and if anybody can feel them working, then great thanks goes to whoever it shall be. Peace to you all, and may my sounds soothe your ear drums.
This last project was a huge success in regards to my sample work. In response to all the good music I collected the past year or so, I made these recordings (and more that I can send out) for the enjoyment and use of all the Hip-Hop heads who know what it's about. From Emcees, to B-Boys, to DJs, anybody is welcome to bounce to these!!! Peace, and one Love." - Meftah Beats