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DJ Revolution Presents Malcolm & Martin "Life Doesn't Frighten Me"
Posted by Steve Juon at Friday, January 14th, 2011 at 3:00AM :: Email this article :: Print this article



From Matt C:

DJ Revolution Presents Malcolm & Martin "Life Doesn't Frighten Me"

released on 2-1-2011 on Soulspazm Records.
 
LP DL Link: https://www.yousendit.com/transfer.php?action=download&ufid=bFlFeUNNckliR0pFQlE9PQ .

Fresh off the release of their latest, already heralded mixtape ("Malcolm and Martin were...Criminal Minded", a 2010 re-working of the seminal album released by BDP in 1987) which was released in November, the trio returns to wake-up sleeping Hip-Hop fans with their debut LP, DJ Revolution Presents Malcolm and Martin "Life Doesn't Frighten Me", which will be released on 2-1-2011 on SoulSpazm Records.

“It’s a progressive throwback.  Its Hip-Hop music for the intelligent listener.  Something you’ve never heard before, that feels like something you have loved your whole life” laments DJ Revolution on the group’s debut LP.  Further validating Revolution’s claims, a who’s who of Hip-Hop luminaries have already voiced their overwhelming support for Malcolm & Martin; including DJ Premier, MTV’s Sway, Evidence, Statik Selektah, Masta Ace, Grammy-award winning Producer Dawuan Parker and Marco Polo who also produced the duo’s lead-single “Movement Music.”

No gimmicks included, Malcolm & Martin’s debut effort is a classic throwback that tackles real topics that are frequently glossed over in today’s urban music climate.  Yet, perhaps, KB Imean sums up the group’s direction more eloquently, as he states “Life Doesn't Frighten Me is our journey through real topics that are seldom talked about and or discussed in this day and age of Hip-Hop. We provide vivid commentary over gritty production; which is certain to provoke thoughts and opinions."

Included is the first single, “Movement Music” (produced by Marco Polo) from DJ Revolution Presents Malcolm and Martin "Life Doesn't Frighten Me’: http://hulkshare.com/a78cyzisl706 .

Tracklisting and credits for Malcolm & Martin’s “Life Doesn’t Frighten Me”:

1.) "Welcome To The Movement”
2.) "Bamboozled”
3.) "Aint Seen Nuthin Yet”
4.) “School Of Hard Knox Interlude”
5.) "Lunchtyme Ciphers” f/Versatile
6.) "Movement Music” (produced by Marco Polo)
7.) “Sista Big Butt” f/Mike Anthony
8.) "One Man Band” (Interlude)
9.) "Do It Again (Rev’s Groove”
10.) "Win Or Lose”
11.) "Sell Like An Ace” (Interlude)
12.) "Hustle”
13.) “Blak Kofee”
14.) "Heritage”
15.) "Bear Witness II” f/Torae
16.) "Against The Wall”
17.) “Thank God”

***All Tracks produced by DJ Revolution unless otherwise noted

See what others are saying about Malcolm & Martin!

Sway
MTV/The Wake Up Show
"Its gritty and soulful music delivered by two lyrically skilled guys who can actually rap and feed you knowledge at the same time, without the insecurities and ignorant complexes. Its wise music for those in the hood. The original Malcolm and Martin would be proud"

DJ Premier
DJ/Producer/Gang Starr
"Original and respectful beats and rhymes for the culture of Hip-Hop...Its dope they named the group after two of our most fearless leaders."

Masta Ace
Hip Hop Legend/Ambassador for dope music
"These kids are FIRE!  Hip Hop is alive and well. I'm co-signin' 'em."

Dawaun Parker- Grammy Award winning producer for Aftermath Music
"Malcolm and Martin represents the sound of Hip-Hop you came up loving and listening to. Relevant today with the throwback vibe. DOPE!"

Evidence
Producer/Artist/Dilated Peoples
"This sh*t has Quality written all over it. Two of the Illest Cali Emcees who feed off each other with every line. Backed by The Sharpest Muthaf*#ka I know...DJ Revolution"

King Tech
The Wake up Show-POWER106 fm Los Angeles/Worldwide
"Pure rhyme spitters, and with DJ Revolution on the controls your getting ready for a classic Album!"

Statik Selektah
Producer/DJ-Sirius XM/-Worldwide

"DJ Rev is bringin' this all together utilizing the classic tools of hip hop the way only a real DJ could.

 



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