The latest leak from Q’s upcoming album. OXYMORON is due out next Tuesday, February 25.
Former Death Row boss Suge Knight was on The Arsenio Hall Show last night. He spoke on his altercation at the pot shop and bringing Bow Wow to the show back in ’93.
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Lootpack – Madlib, Wildchild and DJ Romes – formed in the sea-side town of Oxnard CA, a couple hours north of Los Angeles, and a lifetime away from the mainstream hip-hop world. When Wolf signed the group to Stones Throw in 1998, Madlib had already produced an impressive body of work, enough to fill a 3LP debut album (“Soundpieces”) and a series of 12-inch singles. Loopdigga EP collects the rare tracks on those out-of-print singles, each taken from the original master record.
Slum Village’s new Jay Dee produced single, “Yes Yes,” was premiered over a week ago by Noisey and has since amassed nearly 100K plays on Soundcloud. “Yes Yes” was released to pay tribute too the worldwide celebration of Dilla’s birthday and ‘Dilla Day Detroit 2014’ which took place in Detroit on February 7th, 2014 and featured live performances from a host of internationally acclaimed artists including DJ Premier, Pete Rock, De La Soul, Slum Village, Phife Dawg and Guilty Simpson.
Today, Slum Village and Yancey Media Group in conjunction with J Dilla’s family has announced that “Yes Yes” is now available on iTunes and all of the proceeds from the track will go directly to Dilla’s children. In a personal statement, Joylette (the mother of Dilla’s youngest daughter Ja’ May Yancey) states “I would like to thank everyone for the love and support and Slum Village and Yancey Media Group for donating the proceeds from this single to Dilla’s daughters.”
Slum Village’s (Jay Dee, Illa J, Young RJ & T3) “Yes Yes” is now available on iTunes.
“MC Melodee – In My Zone” is the 1st EP out of 3 that will be released this year. This EP brings you different vibes: some classic, raw bangers & some fresh 2014 tunes. It has productions on it by established names like Chuck Inglish, Like (Pac Div) & Cookin’ Soul, but it also introduces new names like Brady James & D. Unison. Feliciana is backing it up on the vocals. Fresh artwork by Twan Rijven & Tim Chezko.
Kamera/montaža: Branislav Vončina Photography
Instrumental: Kool G Rap & DJ Polo – Ill Street Blues