Keith Murray’s official DJ brings us mixtape consisting of classic joints, hood favorites & rare exclusives.
Tracklist after jump and download here.
Friday marks the release of Native Sun, the most ambitious release from Ghanaian-born, Brooklyn-based emcee, bandleader and composer, Blitz the Ambassador. Native Sun unfolds from a kaleidoscope of perspectives, with help from a Rwandan sweet soul singer (Corneille on the track “Best I Can”), from sleek Francophone sirens (Les Nubians on “Dear Africa”), from buzzworthy Canadian-based/Rwandan-born rapper (Shad on “Native Sun”), the brilliant Pete Philly from the Netherlands and Sweden’s finest Promoe of Looptroop.
After some time J.Cole delivers new track for the fans while we wait for his album to finally drop. In his own words:
Finishing album in may. Single’s done. Mixing and mastering now.
In the meantime, ride with this shit. This one’s for the Dreamvillains. B-side single for the summer. #disgusting
Download: J.Cole – Disgusting (produced by J.Cole)
Another track after the cut.
Honoring the incomparable legacy of one of music’s all-time greats, James Brown, we decided to reissue this magnificent mix of the Godfather of Soul who was born today 78 years ago in Barnwell, South Carolina. This audible act of great musicianship, which you can stream below, comes courtesy of Benji B and J Rocc. Enjoy!
Here is the footage of Ultramagnetic MC’s performing their classic Ego Trippin’. After jump, catch them performing One Two, One Two and Poppa Large and doing an interview followed by the video of Raise It Up.
Random Axe (Sean Price, Guilty Simpson, and Black Milk) let Tony world premiere their single The Hex two weeks ago. Last week, they decided to drop by and pay a visit. Tony put the three on the spot by throwing Tyler, The Creators “Yonkers” instrumental. Tony then switched the beat up and kept the cypher going.
Via Al Lindstrom.