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INTRODUCING FREE MUSIC FRIDAYS!
Posted by DJ Complejo at Friday, September 12th, 2008 at 9:00AM :: Email this article :: Print this article



Introducing a new feature here on RapReviews - Free Music Fridays! I would steal Funk Master Flex's logo, but I don't want to get sued. What we do is scour the internet on a weekly basis to find free music for you to peruse. It can be commercial, underground, singles, mixtapes, etc.. but no matter what, it'll be free and legal (can't get more legal than getting directly from the artist or label itself). If you're a fan, scroll down and enjoy. If you're a label, artist, or rep and want to be featured next Friday just hit me on my beeper - or if you lack a beeper (squares) then hit me up at djcomplejo @ rapreviews.com.

Love, Peace, and Downloadssss...

First up this week is a single coming from Foreign Exchange. For those out of the loop, Foreign Exchange consists of rapper Phonte of Little Brother and producer Nicolay. The single off their forthcoming album is available here:

http://www.theforeignexchangemusic.com/daykeeper.php

Next we have The Cool Kids. These Chicago hipsters have been getting a lot of buzz lately and you can find their song "Delivery Man" here:

http://www.greenlabelsound.com/

Not to be outdone, producer Jake One gives you some free heat in the form of "The Truth" - the lead single to his upcoming album. Featuring Freeway and Brother Ali on the same track (you read that right), this song is a good sign of things to come:

http://rhymesayers.com/releases.php

Moving on up to the EP tip, rapper Supastition has been making a lot of noise lately (and for good reason I'd say). In order to wake up even the deepest sleepers, he's released a free EP under the legal name of Kam Moye. Check out 8 tracks of free dope here:

http://www.supastition.com/blog/2008/06/30/download-the-self-centered-ep-now-for-free/

Moving deeper into the underground, literally, we re-visit the Windy City to check out the Molemen collective in the form of Decay. As an appetizer to his upcoming album he gives is "The Unlikely Villain" - a mixtape available for free here:

http://molemen.com/

Rapper Torae's latest album was recently featured in a review on this site, but if the review didn't leave you convinced you can check him out for free in mixtape form here:

http://2dopeboyz.com/2008/08/05/torae-allow-me-to-reintroduce-myelf-mixtape/

Speaking of mixtapes featured in reviews on our site, both Wale's "100 Miles and Running" and Rhymefest's "Man In The Mirror" got much love from RapReviews. Here they are for you (by way of Wale's Myspace page):

Man In The Mirror: http://www.zshare.net/download/6091487b1b4b8b

100 Miles and Running: http://www.zshare.net/download/2652561edde1f9/

We prefer downloads on FMF, but when People Under The Stairs let you preview their latest album in it's entirety (The Om Years) we had to show them some love. For those waiting for your opportunity to peep The P - you've run out of excuses:

http://filez.om-records.com/puts/

Last, but definitely not least, for all our readers who prefer their rap in Acid form, we have the latest podcast from Acidrap.com. For those out of the loop - Acidrap.com is Esham's official page and outside of getting all the info you could ever want about the boogie man, you can also DL his podcasts which include a mix of of music and more:

http://www.acidrap.com/bombasspodcast.html

That's it for this week, but check back next Friday and every Friday for more free music.

And remember, the best things in life aren't free, so buy the meal if you like the appetizer. Does this make me the online equivalent of the free sample lady at the supermarket?



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