Download: HXH (Hazard & Hawkins) - "State of Mind EP"
Courtesy Jason James.
HxH, the duo composed of Rodney Hazard and Kareem Hawkins, have come together to form their latest EP, "State Of Mind". Blending music with the beauty of experience, the two producers display ambient sounds infused with smooth Hip-Hop percussion. The "State Of Mind" EP is split into two sides, "Side A: The Chicago Sessions" and "Side B: The Miami Sessions", representing the city each side was created in. With the release of their debut album "WolfDen" only 3 months away, HxH is giving listeners a small taste of what's to come.
Available today from all digital retailers, Rotterdam MC, Silex unleashes his debut single from his impending full length project, Listen to My Demo. Just You and Me has already secured 50k views on German site MyVideo.de and has secured placements on a multitude of sites around the world.
CLEVELAND IS THE CITY OHIO IS THE STATE COMPILATION PROJECT
KRAYZIE BONE & BIG HEFF PRESENTS THE LONG AWAITED PROJECT THAT FEATURES THE MEMBERS OF BONE THUGS & HARMONY WITH A NEW GENERATION OF TALENT FROM OHIO THAT INCLUDES MACHINE GUN KELLY, CHIP DA RIPPER, RAY JR, YOUNG BUTTA & MORE. THEY ALSO RECRUITED DJ E-V TO HOST THE PROJECT
Jesse James takes the party to Las Vegas for his new video "We Run The Night" featuring Universal Records signee, Cyrus DeShield. The song is off of Jesse's "Ahead of My Time" mixtape available soon at TimelessRecords.com. Shot and Directed by 1st Impressions Studio.
MP3: Timothy Rhyme f/ LP, Mean Doe Green - "Mics Get Lit Up"
Courtesy First Dirt.
In honor of all of my recent boost in support, I have decided to finally leak an exclusive unreleased track featuring LP & Mean Doe Green. This song was made a few years back and never got fully mixed and mastered. For whatever reason, it got shelved and has been aging like some top shelf whiskey ever since. I'm excited to let everyone see my growth over the years. This was the Timothy Rhyme that was still in the street living that fast life. As you all know, I've slowed my roll a bit and refocused so please take a listen and enjoy.
In 1998, when Constant Deviants were fresh on the scene, the duo released "Can't Stop," an ode to hip-hop that put the Baltimore- and Brooklyn-based duo of M.I. and DJ Cutt on the map. The single served as the foundation for Constant Deviants' now loyal fan base, a swarm of supporters that eventually led Constant Deviants to form their own label, Six2Six Records, a brand they now use to sell vinyl all across the world.