Video: TRUTHLiVE - "Poetry In Motion" Feat. Trevor Wesley (Prod. By Jake One)
Roughly a year since the release of his well received debut LP Patience, produced entirely by Jake One and released on his own label Interdependent Media, the California MC and musical jack of all trades, TRUTHLiVE, is gearing up to drop his new EP The Remembering. The new EP continues building momentum to what has already been eye catching start for the emanating wordsmith, producer, DJ and entrepreneur. Having gained the attention of regional commercial radio (106.1 KMEL in San Francisco) and various video Networks (namely MTV) with the release of his single "Ready Set Go" feat. label mate Moe Green, TRUTH was propelled into a variety of National appearances. Most notably sharing the stage with emerging stars such as J. Cole, Jay Electronica, and Kendrick Lamar, as well as being an official showcasing artist at the highly regarded SxSW, A3C and CMJ festivals (to strong critical acclaim respectively). The Remembering will drop in July 2011 on Interdependent Media/iM Culture, prefaced by the release of this new video for "Poetry In Motion," from the album Patience.
Los Angeles, CA (May 2011) - Snoop Dogg’s Doggystyle Records recording artist MacShawn100, releases another hot single, off his upcoming new album Tha Bigg Fish, called “U Hear Me”. The new single is accompanied by another street anthem, “Girlz & Boyz” featuring Bay Area legends C-Bo and Rappin’ 4-Tay.
“U Hear Me” and “Girlz & Boyz”, both produced by Troy Sanders, come hot on the back of last years underground smash “And U Do Know That”. The video for “U Hear Me” world premiered this week, featuring cameo appearances from Snoop Dogg, Warren G, Tha Dogg Pound & Wiz Khalifa.
Vallejo, CA bred emcee, MacShawn100 released two well received albums, his debut album in 1997 titled Music fo' the Mobb and 2001's Worldwide Bosses and Playas. Mac has guest featured on numerous album releases, including his cousin E-40's platinum selling album In a Major Way, he also joined Death Row Records in the late 90’s, where he appeared on platinum selling albums Chronic 2000 and Too Gangsta For Radio.
The album Tha Bigg Fish is scheduled for release this fall on Doggystyle Records, with two more singles scheduled this summer.
MP3: Matt Fingaz x Focus x Raheem - "I Can See It All"
Matt Fingaz is proud to unleash the song I CAN SEE IT ALL, a track which saw the industry insider link with Atlanta based producer and a.Fam CEO Focus, while placing the undeniably eloquent vocals of Raheem Devaughn to it for an additional splash of soul.
So content were the trio as to how the song turned out that it ended up on the recent release from the former Aftermath producer, Music of the Misinterpreted as well as being featured on Matt Fingaz's impending release, The Human Experience.
PR: Lyn Charles; Worked w/ Big KRIT, Freeway & More
Lyn Charles has been featured on 50 blogs for his latest project American Tragedy which dropped on May 10 2011. We would like for you to review the record and give us feedback on your website or other channels that you guys use to review the work of artists. We like what you stand for and we also pride ourselves with quality work. The project features artist Big KRIT (Def Jam), Kendrick Lamar (Top Dog), Freeway (old rocafella member), and bj the chicago kid).
Gowanus Duo Continue To Explore Early 90's Deep Cuts With Latest B-Side
In their recent burst onto the indie music scene, Gowanus, Brooklyn rockers Gavin Rhodes and Greg Nelson, collectively Lightouts, set out on an early 90's-style project that pairs their new A-side singles with a pair of B-sides: an original and a cover song. Not too long ago fans saw the release of Lightouts' second, riff-heavy single, "And It Comes and Goes," and that single is now being paired with its B-side, a cover of The La's "I Am The Key." "Half of the fun of picking these tracks is exposing overlooked bands and tracks to our fans," explains Rhodes. "The La's are mainly known for their track 'There She Goes,' and only tangentially because it was covered by the crappy Christian band Sixpence None The Richer, which is ironic because it's rumored the song is about heroin. What people don't realize is that in the early 90's, The La's were poised to be bigger than Oasis. Their singer Lee Mavers was a musical prodigy and had more swagger than both Gallagher brothers combined. Unfortunately, The La's only put out one album."
Right from the start of "I Am The Key" Lightouts fans receive the fuzzed out rock bark that seems to be developing into the duo's signature sound. A range of guitar instrumentation plays off the brilliance of the original version as punched out acoustic chords poke through a chunky distorted guitar line. The vocals pay a more strict homage to original, but do receive an added melodic boost from singer Greg Nelson. "I was immediately taken with it," he says of the song, "the melody is very simple and catchy and the lyrics are concise yet poignant." Adding in their own twist, the Gowanus duo threw in a tasty bridge section for acute listeners, "It came about naturally, while jamming on the track before we recorded," explains Rhodes. "We like to think our version sounds like a drunken Wedding Present covering The La's.”
Armageddon returns with with the official music video to another heart felt rhyme dedicated to his Uncle and fans who have been supporting him throughout these years. Its been a long road since the Terror Squad days and true battle to garner his own spotlight in this industry. The music video for this song, "Sending My Love" , will be released next week as anticipation builds for his Deluxe Edition version of The Journal Vol. 1: Rebirth; a physical copy version of the digital FreEp release earlier this year. Expect a few bonus cuts on this version as well while Fat Beats, SoFlo Entertainment and Geddy Music get busy for this summer. The Journal Vol. 1: Rebirth drops May 31st.