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Archive for 06/01/2009 - 07/01/2009
I've dropped a shitload of leaks from this badboy, and now I finally get to drop the full tape on y'all. Dub MD and Junclassic link up for a batch of fireworks, post July 4th, from fresh beats from J-Zone, DJ Husky, Blakasper & The Plague to found instrumentals - Jun knows how to run the voodoo down, and he's truly the savior of this shit.
DOWNLOAD Dub MD & Junclassic Present Southside's Savior
Jun's Imaginary Enemies drops on Classified on September 8th, while Dub's got a new project with Nametag (Classic Cadence Vol. 2) coming on August 10th.
The Roots "How I Got Over": I never did peep the live footage of them premiering this on Jimmy Fallon, and while I mess with this, I don't know. I feel like I would've loved this a lot more back in the day. I'm interested... but I don't know. Maybe I need to sit on this one. This is the first single from How I Got Over, which drops on September 29th, 2009 on Def Jam.
Shouts to OKP.
I've dropped a few King I Divine-specific posts a few months ago, and he just hit me with his latest beat tape. If you've heard homey's work before, you should know not to even sleep. He's in the kitchen cookin' up some marvelous shit... just look pon de cover!
DOWNLOAD King I Divine Flipped (Jodeci Edition)
If you dig this, peep his previous beat tape, Crown Jewelz.
I got an e-mail on this a few days ago, and for some reason I neglected posting it at that time. Gotta Be Karim is another one of those St. Louis spitters; there's something in the water out there, these niggas just have talent. Word is Vast Aire co-signs dude, and heads like Black Spade, Tech Supreme, Vandalyzm, Tef Poe and others make appearances behind the boards and pon de mic. Trackstar the DJ mixes this, so you know its thoro. Karim's Bullets & Books is dropping later this year, so consider this a (healthy) snack.
DOWNLOAD Gotta Be Karim 10,000 Apples (mixed by Trackstar the DJ)
Shouts to Ben at Crank It! for the heads up; covers jacked from TSS.
I've refrained from posting shit from this fucker, but I had to post this.
What the shit is that shirt he has on? On what planet am I to believe this canned, corny response? I'm just done with this. Bitch-nigga, you fail for the rest of your life. No more RTD mentions of your music, and when we do mention you, it's to spit at you for being a bitch-ass coward.
If you fuck with RTD, you should already know how I feel about Che Grand and his Everything's Good Ugly project. On the low, I've gotten to hear EGU in its entirety, and its the jam! It's better than you would expect, trust. Che hit me with some info to share with you guys. Word is EGU will drop on August 18th on ZFTP Label/Believe Digital; here's the final tracklist...
1. Bless'd feat. Jacob Soul
2. Gift Wrap
4. Walking Under Ladders feat. Elucid and Spec Boogie
5. Gold Chains Part Deux
6. Too Much Too Soon feat. Colin Munroe
7. City On Fire
8. R E S T A R T (Original)
9. Celebrate We
10. People Bowling feat Tanya Morgan
11. Crash (Produced by Von Pea)
12. Girls Talk feat DbM (of Sankofa)
13. I Know You Still Want Me
14. Life's Grand feat N.icky (of Heavy)
15. Large Hadron Collider
16. Chateau Gold
17. Soraya's Jam feat Benny Sings
18. Across The Sky
To help whet your appetite, stream "Gold Chains Part Deux" right now!
"Gold Chains" Part Deux
Gold Chains (Part Duex) - Che Grand
Let It Go featuring Mos Def
Let It Be Known featuring Sean Price
Not Enough featuring Darien Brockington
Can't Let Her
Whatever You Say
Breakin' My Heart featuring Lil Wayne
Lovin' It featuring Joe Scudda
Fan Mail featuring Joe Scudda & Darien Brockington
Slow It Down featuring Darien Brockington
Life Of The Party (Remix) featuring Skillz
After The Party featuring Carlitta Durand
Groupie Pt. 2
Hiding Place featuring Elzhi
Boondock Saints featuring L.E.G.A.C.Y. & Chaundon
That Ain't Love featuring Jozeemo
Love how he started this with "For You", which is possibly my favorite track of theirs.
Diddy speaks on E. Ness' situation. Contrary to popular belief, Ness wasn't in the Bad Boy mailroom - he has just been patient, trying to "make those songs"... aka, he hasn't made that joint as of yet, which makes sense. He's spent too much time dissing Chopper City and all that. At least he has a deal, though! Let's let Diddy explain it:
Shoulda put him on the "Must Be Love" remix, Diddy.
It's been a long-time coming for this one. I've been wanting to put out a project from Joulz il for so long, and with the Month of Jouly upon us, we figured it's only right. I know he's been working on The il Identity, trying to get his name up, and with the success of Offshore Drilling (which included his well-received track, "My Microphone"), its only right to serve the public with a batch of tracks that you should've heard, but might've slept on, as well as some cuts that have not leaked as of yet.
Everything on here is produced by the homegirl Entity Starr (for SwAsHo Productions), and the only feature is from the homey Original Soul. The topics range from warm summer afternoon funk to deeper, more thought-provoking material. Joulz is a gifted MC with endless flows and fresh lyrics - a true mic controller. This is a great compilation, sort of like a prophecy of what's to come from this talented individual; I love being able to hold onto a batch of tracks from an artist that I truly admire, but what I love more is finally being able to play weatherman, and hit you with that stormwatch. Get your umbrellas out, there's a storm brewing...
DOWNLOAD Joulz il & RTD Present The il Before The Storm (mirror)
1. Come Home With Me
2. When Was The Last Time
3. How Cool Is He (featuring Original Soul)
5. Getting It In
6. Respect & Take Note
8. You'll Remember This
9. Imagine That (Pain Rmx)
10. Help Me
11. Better Days
12. It's Over
Hit up Joulz il on the following sites: his blog \ twitter \ MySpace \ YouTube.
Or e-mail the homey. Let him you're feeling this. And spread the word!
EDIT To the top, as Joulz will be on Drunk N' Throwed tonight!
Beastie Boys ft. Nas "Too Many Rappers": Talk about leftfield old man rap. This is taken from Hot Sauce Committee Pt. 1, which drops on September 15th. I mess with this something fierce, even if cats say odd shit like "all these crab rappers... they're rappin' like CRABS!"
All praise due to WIL.
DJ Cable vs. Tempa T & Rusko "Mr Muscle's Hype": DJ Cable strikes THUGSTEP paydirt with this blend. He was working on the forthcoming Mash Down Vol. 3 when he happened upon this blend. Tempa T's "Next Hype" coasts perfectly over Rusko's bangin' "Mr. Muscle", trust. Put the needle to this one and bomb the dancefloor.
Dope play on the Facebook/Fan page phenomenon with the cover art. Loads of that fresh newness in the tracklist.
01. Drake - The Winner
02. Fabolous Ft. Ryan Leslie - The Fabolous Life
03. Gucci Mane feat. Three 6 Mafia & Keri Hilson - Medicine
04. Cam’ron & Mase feat. B.Rossi - Get It
05. Joell Ortiz - Food for Thought
06. Lil Wayne Ft. Mack Maine, Gudda Gudda & Channell - Sacrifice
07. Freeway – Bloggers
08. Drake - Juice
09. Havoc – Always Have A Choice
10. T.I. - Thats What I Thought
11. Rakim - Holy Are You
12. J Money Ft. Young Jeezy & Shawty Lo - 1st Name Last Name (Remix)
13. Currensy - Damier Doobies
14. T.I. Ft Scarface & Keri Hilson - Bread Up
15. Twista Alright ft. Kanye West produced
16. Freeway - Freeway’s Beard
17. Gucci Mane feat. Mia X, OJ Da Juiceman, Gangsta Boo & Shawn Jay - Call The Weedman
18. Kool G Rap feat. Godfather Pt3 - NY Timez (prod. ATG)
19. T.I. Ft. Robin Thick - Magic
20. Termanology ft. Hggnz - Blackberry
21. Y.M DaKid - Pgh Music
Only Highbrid Nation gives this to you.
The other day, Gripz hit me with a couple of cuts produced by Vherbal:
- Fabolous ft. Lil' Wayne "Salute"
- Birdman ft. Lil' Wayne "South Side"
- Lil' Wayne ft. Mack Maine "Baseball Sex"
- The Game "I'm So Wavy"
- Pharrell "Despicable Me"
- Trick Daddy ft. Ice Berg & Murk Camp "Why They Jock"
- Young Buck "Pullin' Me Back"
- Freeway "Freeway's Beard" (prod. by Phoe Notes) [Bonus Beats "Bloggers" (prod. by Jake One) & "All The Cities" (ft. Young Chris) (prod. by Phoe Notes)]
- Alfamega "I Wanna Know" (prod. by Drumma Boy)
- Ryan Leslie "All My Love"
- Lloyd "Want To" (prod. by Stargate)
- Christina Milian ft. The-Dream "Chameleon"
- Havoc "Always Have A Choice"
- Elucid "However You Want" (prod. by Von Pea)
- Don Will "Tribute To DJ Quik & Kurupt" (prod. by 6th Sense)
- Junclassic "Forever In His Childhood" [Bonus Beats Junclassic "Everybody (Get Money)"]
- Nato Caliph ft. Naledge "Irrelevant"
- Rockwell Knuckles "Government Name (Spontaneous Lover)" [via DCtoBC]
- J.A.M.E.S. WATTS "Prom Queen (The Re-Fix)"
- Brown Bag AllStars "Get Ready" (prod. by marink)
- Nametag ft. Skyzoo "Back On My Shit" (prod. by Black Milk)
- Black Deniro ft. Gillie Da Kid, Cassidy & Beanie Sigel "I Be On My Grind (Remix)"
- Genovese ft. DJ Kay Slay, Styles P & Kastro "I'm Thru Wit It" (prod. by Thorotracks)
- Wes Fif ft. Tadow "Pussy Wet"
- Petey Pablo "Hit The Button" (prod. by Timbaland)
- Global Gangsters ft. Rick Ross "Hustler"
- Dylan DillinJah "D.O.A." [clean \ dirty]
- Se7en ft. Dre Robinson & M-Dot "G'D UP" (prod. by Pauly Fingaz)
- Rukus ft. Soulbrotha "Slow It Down" (prod. by J. Slikk)
- Mike Classic "See Right Through You"
- Rickie Jacobs "Ransom Freestyle"
- Azage "Lost Freestyle"
- Suave The Ape "Roc The Mic" (prod. by Sugar Cane Davis)
- Big S.I.N. "Mad Man Music Promo" [Bonus Beats Big S.I.N. "D.O.A. Freestyle"]
- D.Julien "Another Episode" [NoDJ]
- Incyte "Soul Glo"
- Da Hero ft. Kinfolk Kia Shine "Everyday" [clean \ dirty]
- JusThoughtZ "What Else?"
- G5 Clive ft. 1 Drew Poz "Terrafugia"
- V!RTU ft. Dirty Birdy "New New Hotness"
- Major Lazer vs. Michael Jackson "Billie Jean Pon de Floor (The Deficient ‘Tribute to MJ’ Bootleg)"
- Take It Personal #21
- Versis Synergy EP
- Caspa - Essential Mix (07/11/2009)
- Joulz il & RTD Present The il Before The Storm
- MarkFader Pound4Pound, Round 4: Instrumentals
- BGDB Presents Reggae Royalty: A Marley Mix
- FuseBox Radio (Week of July 15th, 2009)
Check out this video of Miss Info interviewing Maino:
Enjoy the weekend - hopefully this rain will come tonight and be done with for a great weekend. Until next time...
Rukus ft. Soulbrotha "Slow It Down" (prod. by J. Slikk): I hate being kept in the dark, but its OK when my niggas are working on some heat. This is like the third Rukus/J. Slikk related track I've gotten passed, and if you guys are still sleepin'... why? Anyways, with all of the recent deaths and kids gone buckwild these days, we should all take heed and slow... it... down.
Nato Caliph ft. Naledge "Irrelevant": It's been a minute since I've gotten some new Nato Caliph music (that Power EP was the truth); this is the first leak off his forthcoming album, Knowledge + Cipher, and its a deep one. Caliph and the homey Naledge spin a few tales about people who feel irrelevant, for whatever reason. No smiling on this one, mainly because these stories are "real life, happening, everyday" (c) Mos Def, you feel me? 'Nuff respect to Nato for hitting me with this - when I get more info on the album, I got you.
EDIT Just found an interview with Caliph mentioning this track.
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This is the latest episode of the syndicated FuseBox Radio Broadcast with DJ Fusion & Jon Judah for the week of July 15, 2009 with some new and classic Hip-Hop & Soul Music, news and commentary.
Our commentary this week focused on the current U.S. Supreme Court nomination hearings for Judge Sonia Sotomayor and how race & class are coloring this situation, lessons that could be learned from the unfortunate situations and passing of sports legends Steve McNair & Arturo Gatti (R.I.P.), the Williams Sisters recent wins at Wimbelton & their continuing non-profit work for the community, and some other things here and there.
We had a great interview this week with up and coming independent singer and MC Raymond B of Black Magic Entertainment (http://www.myspace.com/raybeezy7).
Some of the topics we discussed was his background in Tennessee & how his family, friends and others got him involved in the love of music, his upcoming business and music projects, how life has been as a successful independent artist in the U.S. South and the work and grind it needs to make it, experiences in the music industry and other things!
This week we do have new Black Agenda Report segment. The Direct EFX segments will return at the end of the HBCU's college summer break period in September.
Feel free to check out some recent episodes of the syndicated FuseBox Radio Broadcast here on BlackRadioIsBack.com - all of the shows are clean/radio friendly.
FuseBox Radio Playlist for the Week of July 15, 2009 (in no particular order)
Ol' Dirty Bastard/Brooklyn Zoo RMX/Elektra
Large Professor feat. Nas/One Plus One/Paul Sea Productions
The Roots feat. Erykah Badu/I Wanna Be Where You Are/White Label
Freeway/Freeway's Beard/Free Money
Enoch 7th Prophet feat. Zay/Sick 'N Tired/Data Frequency
Raymond B/Supa'Man/Black Magic Ent. (http://www.myspace.com/raybeezy07 )
John Legend/When It Rains/GOOD Music & Columbia
Raheem DeVaughn feat. Young Chris/Wanna Love You/368 Music Group
B.o.B. feat. Playboy Tre & Killer Mike/Say What You Want/White Label (http://www.myspace.com/bobatl)
Mista F.A.B./2010 'Til Infinity/Thizz Ent.
Dukes of DaVille/Superflycredible/DukesofDaville.com
Chico Debarge feat. Talib Kweli/Math/Universal Motown
Ashy L Bowz/Hood/ODS Management
Phil Ade/Going Off/368 Music Group
Trife Diesel feat. B.o.B. & Inspectah Deck/Speed of Life/White Label (http://www.myspace.com/trifediesel)
DJ Logic/Hope Road/Ropeadope Digital
Dead Prez feat. Johnny Polygon/NYDP/Boss Up Inc. & Invasion Music Group
Jay Electronica/Exhibit A (inst.)/Decon
Swazy Baby/Half of It (inst.)/Slip-N-Slide
American Yard/No You Didn't (inst.)/Konvict, SRC & Universal Motown
Jus Bleezy feat. T-Pain/I Gotta Tell Her (inst.)/JB Entertainment
Eyedea & Abilities/Burn Fetish (inst.)/Rhymesayers
Mista Mac feat. Flo Rida, Brisco & Ball Greezy/Drop That (inst.)/Poe Boy Music Group & E1
Lil' Jon feat. Swizz Baetz & Snoop Dogg/I Do (inst.)/Universal Republic
Black DaDa/I'm A Zoe (inst.)/Universal Republic
Arab feat. OJ Da Juiceman/Kitchen Musik (inst.)/Angry Chimp Music Group
Grand Agent & Raynge feat. Camp Lo/Minivan (inst.)/Interworld Agency Media (http://www.myspace.com/grandagentlivlraynge)
PLUS Some Extra Special Hidden Tracks in the Jon Judah Master Mix w/ Old School Classics and more MySpace.com Independent Music Finds
Current FuseBox Radio Broadcast Radio & Internet Affiliates (as of this week):
UrbanNetwork.com's The Mix Internet Radio Station - UN Power Jam Radio (owned by Urban Network Magazine) OKRP.com, ReeWineMusic.com/ReeWine Radio, Progressive Blend Radio, Sprint Radio Extra/mSpot (via the Worldwide Alpha Communications Network), SouthBound.FM, DeadBeat Radio, CrackAudio.com, TheBestJams.com/The Best Jams Radio, FlyTunes.FM/FlyCast ,Planet Urban (Austrailia)/PlanetUrban.com.au, AmalgamDigital.com, BlockJams.com, ConspiracyUK.com , FONYE Radio , VI Radio , DurdeeSouthRadio.com , Beyond.FM , MyBlockRadio.net, Rutgers University Radio, WRSU 88.7 FM, Stop Beefin' Start Eatin' Radio, Ceesiety Radio, Mixshow Blast Radio, Slip-N-Slide DJs Podcast, The Best Jams, ExtravaGangsta Radio, HipHopSoulRadio.com , Digiwaxx Presents: The Blast , White Folks Get Crunk for DJs, Legion Music & Media, UnderWorldMixRadio.com, MixLaWax Radio, Trunk Hustlers Online, 907 Jamz. The6.FM, Nilo Radio, 1.FM Jamz, Blayze University Radio, Blip.TV, iBlog126.com, Miro, WSOUF.com, True Fire Radio, StreetsD.com (Streets Mos Magazine Radio), Rock The Dub, Last Word Online, Soul Pitch Hustle, Black Soul Rhythms, Honey Magazine, i95.FM, The PRess Junkie, BlackCoffeeChannel.com (Coming Soon), Gutta Muzik (HD) Radio (Coming Soon)
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Make Some Music
Things Ain't Cool
So Much Trouble In The World
Catch A Fire
Violence In The Streets
Iron Bars featuring Mr. Cheeks & Spragga Benz
Love Is My Religion
Hey Baby featuring Mos Def
Trench Town Rock (Live)
We're Gonna Make It
Could You Be Loved
The Traffic Jam
Get Up Stand Up
Welcome To Jamrock
As We Are featuring Nas
Road To Zion featuring Nas
Still The Storms
No Woman No Cry
Bonus Beats Abracadabra...
On the same day I see this lime-green MJ tee in downtown Trenton (can you see me in the reflection), the homies over at Clockwise hit me with pics of their new Michael Jackson tribute t-shirt. Word is that "proceeds will be going to The Childrens Defense Fund and their Leave No Child Behind Fund", so I'd recommend copping one, pronto. Hit their site for more details.
The Paxtons and ANMLHSE will be touching down at atmos in NYC on Tuesday, July 21st, to celebrate the release of the Paxtons x ANMLHSE Work Release T-Shirt. Free drinks and giveaways.
Did you miss their release party at UBIQ in Philly last week? Here's some video:
And if you haven't grabbed Work, you're corny, but you're also in luck. You can download the album HERE; if you're trying to be uber-supportive, cop the CD version (its the one I have, and its dope) - you can also grab the tee from their as well. Very good music from these brothers. Enjoy.
I've also got a few goodies from the Crew54 camp. They've been getting their rhyme on, and have a batch of leftover goodies. Did you eat lunch yet? If not, enjoy some of this good eats... we'll be feeding you more soon!
Se7en ft. Dre Robinson & M-Dot "G'D UP" (prod. by Pauly Fingaz): Three of Boston's finest link up for one banger of a track? This is one of those cuts that true Gs click-clack over. If that applies to you, this should be your summer anthem. If you don't, pretend you do: throw on your hoodie, unlace your ACGs and vibe to this.
Shouts to Rev for passing this one by.
Brown Bag AllStars "Get Ready" (prod. by marink): The BBAS, who recently signed with Coalmine (and have a mixtape dropping on iTunes soon) laced ANTHER marink cut for the 16th Day of Brown Bag Season. This is a quicker fix, no nonsense - just dope lyrical acrobatics over a fresh beat. The fuck more do you need?
Junclassic "Everybody (Get Money)": WHAT THE FUCK!?!?! Not only is Junclassic a fool for flippin' this classic Club MTV track, but I have a feeling that Southside's Savior is going to be something serious. I'm amazed at all of the leaks he flings over. Classic material, done properly. June 20th!
previous Junclassic "Forever In His Childhood"
Incyte "Soul Glo": Here's a track that popped up in my inbox the other day. This is the second best usage of the infamous Soul Glo commercial from Coming To America. The first belongs to Che Grand, who had a (bonus) track that flipped this on his Official Bootleg Import EP from years back. 'Cyte reps Pittsburgh, and his Cyte Beyond Sight mixtape (hosted by Deejay Deez) will be dropping soon. Bonus points for the Thundercats bite in the cover!