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Dazed out, hazed out music… This is what happens when the brain melts to 35+ degrees celsius. Chill out daze out…
No samples used… All original music…

Produced, mixed, mastered by Koolade @ The Bloo Room



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puff daddy

Puff Daddy discusses new music, Drake altercation, Circo vs Effen Vodka, what happened with The Kettle Bell and much more.


d nice

Today we have a real smooth brother, the legendary D-Nice, straight from the Bronx, with his probably most known track 25 Ta Life, a track you can easily listen to every day word up. It appeared as a single and on his 2nd studio album called To Tha Rescue, released on Jive in 1991.

He began his career in the mid-1980s with the Boogie Down Productions and, interestingly, discovered Kid Rock back in 1988, landing him a deal with Jive Records.

25 Ta Life contains a sample by The Isley BrothersI Turned You On.

Produced by D-Nice.


dj phat phillie

Phat Phillie:

While in NYC had to make a stop by DJ Eclipse’s Half Time radio show at New York University. We talked about Fresh Island Festival and my radio show in Croatia. Shouts to DJ Latin Prince for filming the footage.



The Meth Lab drops on Aug 21, 2015. Pre-order it on iTunes now.


the roots

Right after Fallon delivered his monologue, he tossed to The Roots for an interlude. They took that opportunity to pay tribute to fallen rapper Sean Price to the the tune of Price’s Onion Head.

The set itself was short and sweet, but it was twenty seconds you wouldn’t be getting from Kevin Eubanks or Paul Shaffer.



German production outfit JR&PH7 will be following up their collaborative, 2Dope project The South Sac Mac (featuring Chuwee) with their latest, forthcoming album Noir – due for release August 28th via Soulspazm (pre-order now).

This time, the duo enlist the help of Willie The Kid, MaLLy, P. Blackk and Fabrashay on We Do Our Thing, complete with ill chorus cuts culled from Black Moon’s How Many Emcee’s.


Sav Killz

Wu-Tang affiliate Sav Killz grabs some assistance from Ruste Juxx and battle-tested lyricist Math Hoffa on Dreadnoks 2.

And as any avid G.I. Joe fan would know, the song’s title is a nod to the Cobra-affiliated biker gang of the same name. The reference alone is ill – and the intro of the Quis Star-produced cut also samples the G.I. Joe theme.

You can pre-order Sav Killz’s Immovable Kings EP via iTunes now.



Co-starring Tony Yayo and Lloyd Banks, 50 Cent lets the drama unfold in his new short-film. Damn, everybody’s getting shot.

Directed by Eif Rivera.

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