The Big L Tribute Show
Friday, February 13th 2015
Lord Finesse ・AG ・Large Professor ・ Royal Flush ・ Buckwild
Featuring – DJ Boogie Blind
(Dro Pesci ・Dubz (Ninja Nation) ・ Daez ・D Smallz & more)
DJ Homicide on the 1’s & 2’s
Hosted by – Lotta Bars
Shot over the black sand beaches of New Zealand, “Wash It Down” takes you on a scenic journey along with Dayne Jordan. Produced by the legendary DJ Jazzy Jeff, Dayne Jordan continues to deliver notably orchestrated lyrics with visuals to match. In 2014, Dayne performed along with DJ Jazzy Jeff on 2 world tours and several appearances throughout the U.S. Together, they released the EP for “IN PROGRESS” , infused with soulfulness, energy, refreshing creativity, and the legendary sounds of DJ Jazzy Jeff. Today, Dayne and Jeff are wrapping up the final touches to his upcoming album “Memoirs Of Dayne Jordan”.
Album in stores February 17th.
1. P.I.M.P. Intro (Produced by Marco Polo)
3. Balls N My Word
4. My Sh*t feat. Day Pesos & Don Black
5. Hands Up
6. We Here Now
7.My Neck of the Woods feat. Shawn Haynes (Produced by Blunt)
8. Bottles in the Air (Produced by T-Bone)
9. Uptown Saturday Night feat. Antwon
10. She Said feat. Sadat X
11. That Old Soul
12. Money N Gunz (Produced by Blunt)
13. Muffin Interlude (Co-Produced by Muffin)
14. Get Ur Own feat. Shawn Haynes,Mook Diamond & Don Black
15. SASQUATCH FEET (Produced by Gwop Sullivan)
16. My Side feat. Hollowz & Don Black
17. P.I.M.P. Outro
“Gleamin” was produced by Cali Cleve and is the latest single from Demrick’s new solo album Losing Focus, which drops February 24 on Battle Axe Records.
Justin Mohrle drives through the streets of Sherman Oaks, California, Snoop Dogg playing faintly on the radio as the sun begins to set. The 23-year-old Garland native—JT to his friends—is behind the wheel of a rented high-end Hyundai sedan he definitely didn’t pay for. His last job, at Macy’s, barely paid enough to cover his rent. Riding shotgun is Thomas Biggars, his best friend and personal videographer.
It’s Biggars’ second night in town from Dallas, but Mohrle has been here since earlier in the summer. That’s when he was summoned to California by Dr. Dre.
Dre had heard a demo the young rapper made with the help of Dallas hip-hop legend The D.O.C. Now Mohrle is in a spot previously occupied by Snoop, Eminem, 50 Cent, and Kendrick Lamar: under Dre’s wing. Since making what he calls an “indefinite” move to the West Coast, he’s been spending marathon 13-hour writing and recording sessions at Record One, the cutting-edge studio complex in Sherman Oaks that’s been Dre’s second home for much of the past decade. As far as Mohrle is concerned, that means Record One is his second home now, too.
Tonight is a rare night off from the studio, and Mohrle and Biggars want to make the most of it. It’s almost 9 pm, but they are determined to get in a little sneaker shopping. Mohrle says he’s kind of starting to learn his way around, so he’s pretty sure we’ll make it to the mall in time. When we get there, however, the mall is closed.
Read the full article at dmagazine.com.
A sneak peek from Terry Urban’s new concept album FKA Biggie, which combines FKA Twigs and The Notorious BIG.
El Da Sensei, from the legendary New Jersey group The Artifacts, teams up with D.I.T.C.’s very own AG to mark a slamming tour in Europe on numerous locations. Supported by Pawz One, the Diggin’ In The Facts European tour is on a run. Check out the flyer for further detail!
Furthermore, have a peep at their pre-tour video, where they get rid of all the goodies they’ve got. To cut to the chase, it’s not worth risking taking over the border, but where they’re going, there’s more of that anyway! Shouts from the Blackout crew.