Archive for November, 2011
UGTV caught up with the recently freed Belo Zero of Do Or Die to discuss a few things including his new documentary, Road 2 Glory, the new Do Or Die album and more. Belo even spits a few bars, so you definitely want to click play.
Sir Michael of the Rocks is today’s guest on Tony Sculfield & The Morning Riot’s After Party. He’s live in studio with Tony, Sherm and DJ L.R. right now.
Produced by The Legendary Traxster
I still think this song is great – the beat is absolutely insane. It further proves that Traxster is one of the most talented producers working in music right now.
Tia’s Love Junkie project drops in the near future.
Two of Northern Indiana’s finest finally collab again for “D ‘N The Mornin”–and I may need to pause that last sentence.
I’m not 100% sure where this song is to land, but we do have Jill and Gibbs on their first track since “Mack Down.” So let this one be the most important meal of the day.
Big thanks to Smirnoff for partnering with Fake Shore Drive for the Master of the Mix season two Chicago launch party. The season two premiere drew a big turnout, and let’s hope it draws even bigger ratings.
In case you missed our interviews with master judge Kid Capri and judge Vikter Duplaix, be sure to read up here.
We encourage the FSD readers to continue to tune in weekly for all thirteen episodes of Master of the Mix season two. It airs every Saturday night on BET at 11pm CST.
After a few minor delays, Omen’s latest offering is finally here. Featuring production from Omen and appearances from J. Cole, Kendrick Lamar, Eric Roberson, Voli and more. This is definitely something you want to give a listen. Don’t sleep.
Tracklisting and link after the jump.
Omen decided to liberate his collaboration with Kendrick Lamar while we wait for his project, Afraid Of Heights, which will be dropping right here later on alongside his collaboration with J. Cole.
This joint is tough, though. Stay tuned people.