Hailing from Jamaica, Queens DJ Fatfingaz tears it down on the second volume of 5 Minutes of Funk.
Three decades ago DJ Scott LaRock and the Blastmaster KRS-ONE delivered the killing blow over a dancehall-flavored track The Bridge is Over and the hierarchy of Hip Hop changed forever. Mass Appeal reached out to Kool DJ Red Alert, who actually made a cameo appearance on the record, to break down the roots of the conflict, going all the way back to when BDP was known as 12:41. “The whole thing was fun”, Red Alert stresses. “It was all about the microphone and who demolished who”.
With many projects in the works and soon to see the light of day, Bronx emcee Wildelux decided to give everyone a treat. Falling Skies is completely produced by himself.
Dreamville’s newest signee J.I.D teams up with Quentin Miller for his first record label single M.O.M. Listen to the track above. The music video was directed by Chad Tennies & Mac Grant.
To celebrate the release of their new album called Kleinstadtkids, SAM shared their latest visuals for the single Frei. Peep the music video above and cop the album now.
The fresh, new artist NAV teams up with the world-touring Weeknd for his new single entitled Some Way. Check out the RJ Sanchez-directed music video above.
Ropez nam donosi svježinu u suradnji s beatmakerom i producentom Kooladeom za pjesmu pod nazivom Demmode. Provjerite spot snimljen u švicarskom gradu Oltenu na linku iznad.
“Baduizm was designed to get you high – just by listening to the music!”
Happy Birthday, Erykah Badu – over 25 years in the business and still State of the Art, uncompromising, fearless, constantly evolving and truly inspiring to whole generations of musicians.
BADUOLOGY is my personal ode to the ‘analogue girl in the digital world’ in celebration of the 20th anniversary of her debut album ‘Baduizm’ which is still one of my all-time-favorite LPs. It features some of Queen E’s most significant work from the past two decades, alongside songs sampled on Badu records as well as unique skits and blends, all edited and mixed by myself.
Sisački MC Feb udružio je snage s američkim reperom Micom Dailyjem te su izbacili traku pod nazivom Šamanizam. Pjesma je nastala još prije četiri-pet godina, no tek je nedavno ugledala svjetlo dana. Za produkciju pjesme zaslužan je bio Toksik.
J-Live is releasing Actual [Tracks] Vol. 1, the first in a series of instrumental albums that feature beats from old recordings self produced for and by J-Live. The revisited version of Whatever is the album bonus. It was the third interlude on J-Live‘s second album All of the Above released back in 2002. The skit on the self produced track was a parody of rappers building up to their verses. J-Live continued to amp things up but never actually got around to rhyming over the beat that stopped before he could get started. After 15 years, the wait is finally over! Cop the album via Bandcamp.