Archive for September, 2011
Produced by K Kruz
This is another leak from Long and K-Kruz’s Change Things project, which is set to drop on September 9th. Some of that good ‘ol boom bappity bap.
If you didn’t already know, Chicago’s own DJ White Shadow produced a bulk of Lady Gaga’s last album, Born This Way, and has been out touring the world with her over the past few months. Pretty impressive stuff – and something a lot of people around here, especially in hip-hop circles (because he also produces hip-hop), may not know. Check out what he’s been up to in the above interview with Karmaloop.
Finally, something new from G.o.D. Jewels. From what I’ve heard, this is only the beginning. Expect a lot more from Jewels in the coming weeks.
Scheme and DJ Scend are back at it. For the third and latest edition of their Two Turntables and a Mic series, the two go in over production from the Soul Assassins’ DJ Muggs. Look for the video to impact in a couple of weeks.
This Minneapolis based hip-hop trio recruits BJ The Chicago Kid for the latest single off their upcoming project Make Good. BJ absolutely kills it on this joint.
BJ’s next project, The Life of Love’s Cupid is set to drop in the next few weeks. I know I’m definitely looking forward to it’s release.
Download link after the jump.
The only thing this mixtape needs is a longer name. Ha!
Nikki reloads her last mixtape, and repackages it with some new joints. Featuring Dwele, Krayzie Bone and some other people I don’t know. But never mind that, download it now, it’s badder assed.
Hit the jump for the download link and tracklist.
Directed by Roper!! Edited by Tito G.
Love this beat. Off A Rapper & A Drummer.
Stay Humble Entertainment’s Voyce G.I. Go decided to go ahead and drop the third installment Summer In The Chevy series featuring production from SC, Chris ILL, Arlo, Sunny Norway and more for the masses.
Hit the jump to check out the tracklist and download.
Now this is my speed right here. Luter, Tree & SC. Yessir. Off the no-longer fictitious GunSmoke project, which is due out this Fall. Maybe?
Directed by Sense Hernandez
A dual video for two tracks off Astonish’s The Astonishingly ODD Project, which is due out in October on Molemen Records. The album will be available for free download, but you’ll have the option to pay for it if you’d like. It’s hard to believe it’s approaching four years since the release of his last project From Now Until Forever, which dropped in early ’08. Taking four years to release a new album is typically a death sentence for most rappers, but Astonish hasn’t lost a step.
Pick up “Shine Like Dilla” on iTunes now.