Don’t Tread on Me: Yasiin Bey (fka Mos Def) public service announcement on the harmful impact of stop and frisk on communities and how New Yorkers are taking the fight for their rights to the courts.
First single, “We Movin,” produced by Statik Selektah, from AZ’s highly anticipated Doe or Die II LP.
Silverspring Crescent is actually the name of a street in the borough (Scarborough) where I am from (Toronto) so I named the LP that to show the world exactly who I am and where I come from” TONA states. “Music is a reflection of life and Rich and I have been working together for years now, so that chemistry and experiences come together on this LP.”
‘She Said’ is taken from the Grand Daddy I.U. EP “P.I.M.P. – Paper Is My Priority” on SteadyFlow Entertainment that will be released in the Summer of 2013.
Here is a link to a piece that I was ‘required’ to release immediately, by virtue of the impending legal deadline. I love being able to reach people directly, but in an ideal scenario, I would not have to rush the release of new music… but the message is still there. In light of Wednesday’s [...]
DMC DJ Battles are the most legendary longest running DJ battles in the World! In true school Hip Hop culture, battling is all about earning your stripes and paying your dues. DMC World is celebrating 30 years of staging the battlefield upon which many of the greatest turntablists of all time have achieved legendary status by battling their way to the top! DMC World Champs hailing from th
Too Short practically invented West Coast rap. He began his career slinging tapes out of his car in the early 1980s in Oakland, Calif. Merging pimp game philosophies, thick funk, and hardcore tales of freaky sexcapades, his music was made for players, macks, and gangsters — of which Oaktown had no shortage. His following grew quickly: at one point he reportedly sold 15,000 tapes in a week. After cutting three records on a small label, Too Short released Born To Mack in 1986, which featured one of his biggest hits, “Freaky Tales,” and expanded his already sizable fan base. His success continued throughout the ’90s, and in 1996, after more than a dozen years in the game, he announced his retirement. Three years later, to the delight of his devoted following, he returned with Can’t Stay Away. Too Short remains a hugely successful and influential figure in the industry, with frequent cameos on records by everyone from Biggie and Jay-Z to E-40 and Scarface
After dropping a few heaters Ran is back with his new mixtape ‘The Alternative’.The tape is hosted by Big Mike and features appearances from Styles P, Lorel, Bizzy Crook and more. Check it out, track list, stream and download link below.. Download Link: Ransom – The Alternative (Mixtape) Download Mixtape | Free Mixtapes Powered by [...]