Archive for August, 2010

On The Set: Twista x Chris Brown x Traxster – Make A Movie

| August 29, 2010 | 14 Comments

Rawle Stewart, Twista, Chris Brown & The Legendary Traxster

Early this morning, Twista and C-Breezy wrapped the video for their Legendary Traxster -produced hit, “Make A Movie”, in Los Angeles.  Filmed in a mansion in the Hollywood Hills, this extra crispy clip will be sure to shake up 106 & Park and MTV once completed.  Twista’s The Perfect Storm drops October 26th.  You can purchase the official version of the track on iTunes now.

Hit the jump for additional pics of the set…

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Video: Tye Hill – Dude Got Beats

| August 29, 2010 | 9 Comments

Bobby Rocwell unleashes his latest “getting to know you piece” on one of my favorite producers around, Tye Hill of The Produktionix.

Mr. TMZ catches up with Tye in his super fly studio to get the lowdown on his upcoming projects, his production influences and we even get to hear some new material from Mikkey Halsted and Mikey Rocks.  Do the math…

In Case You Missed It From Tye: Project Mayhem – Just Chill [Video] I Sir Michael Rocks – Foreign Features [Video]

Mixtape: Dawreck – Living Legend

| August 29, 2010 | 16 Comments

The Triple Darkness frontman drops a brand new mixtape for his fans.  17 new tracks mixed by DJ Nero.

In other Dawreck news, you can catch him on Twista’s new album as he’s going to be featured on a song that’s making the cut.  I’ve yet to hear it, but that’s a nice look right there.

Hit the jump for the tracklist and DL link…

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Mixtape: Hollywood Holt – These Are The Songs That Didn’t Make The Album But Are Still Cold As Hell So Shut The F*** Up Vol. 1

| August 28, 2010 | 19 Comments

August 28th is finally upon us, which means Holt’s mixtape is here for your enjoyment.

To hear Holt’s take on the project, you should check out his in-depth interview with Jaime Black on CHICAGOVERSEUNITED: Chicago Scene Salvation.  Listen here now.

Hollywood Holt – These Are The Songs That Didn’t Make The Album But Are Still Cold As Hell So Shut The F*** Up Vol. 1

Try before you buy:

Stromae feat. Kanye West & Gilbere Forte – Alors On Dance

| August 28, 2010 | 1 Comment

I’m not even going to pretend to know what this is all about.  Some Euro-dance stuff perhaps?  Gotta be, right? No ayo.

Stromae feat. Kanye West & Gilbere Forte – Alors On Dance

D. Meeks & Mikey Streetz feat. Arlo & Derty Harry – August Street

| August 28, 2010 | 4 Comments

The first leak off D & MIke’s Goody Bag ’92 mixtape, which will drop this Fall.  A nice little collabo here.

D. Meeks & Mikey Streetz feat. Arlo & Derty Harry –

Video: Michael Jordan – 30 for 30: Jordan Rides The Bus

| August 28, 2010 | 1 Comment

If by chance you missed ESPN’s 30 for 30 on Jordan, which deals with Jordan’s stint in the minor leagues of baseball and the death of his father, you can watch it here now.

FSD X Go ILL Fashion Forward Event

| August 27, 2010 | 0 Comments

Some of Chicago’s Best independent brands are coming together to showcase their latest lines this Saturday Night. Show support for them and come party with us, Free at the door when you say “Fakeshoredrive” before Midnight (event starts then).

Jeremih feat 50 Cent – Down On Me

| August 27, 2010 | 4 Comments

First Luda, Now Jeremih brings in another heavyweight for his latest single, Down on me.

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Bump J – Streets Locked (Move Around Pt. 1)

| August 27, 2010 | 7 Comments

You can ask Cayex, I’m a mess, a beast …

Welcome to the final installment of Best of Bump Week.  I thoroughly enjoyed this project and had a helluva time doing it, not to mention being able to reconnect with some folks I hadn’t spoken to in a while, and putting some classic music back into the people’s rotation.  Hell, the comments section ended up turning into a request line with readers and fans looking to get their favorite Johnson records published.  A handful of readers asked why I was posting tracks that weren’t super obscure or unreleased, and as I said in my first announcement of the week, I wanted to touch on tracks that writers or bloggers never got to touch on, as the window of blogs and Bump recording was very small.  Having said that, you know I had to close out the week with something special.

Back in 2005 when Atlantic was prepping the release of Bump’s debut Nothing To Lose, the single they chose to push to the world was the Kanye “I Just Wanna Make Sure Everybody Knows Who Did The Track” West-produced “Move Around”.  The single went on to burn up the airwaves on WGCI and Power 92, and even went national by being prominently featured in a McDonald’s commercial (I’m Lovin’ It!).  What you may not know, however, was that this track was actually a remixed version of an early Bump recording with Cayex Illah, entitled “Streets Locked”.  Once Ye got a hold of it, the structure changed completely and the second verse was redone all together.  This version of “Move Around” was buried away on a hard drive locked deep in a vault somewhere and will now be making its first public appearance on FSD’s Best of Bump Week.  So without further ado, I present to you the first version of “Move Around”…

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