At first glance most would think a skinny, blue-eyed hipster looking dude in a flannel with obnoxious Nike’s to match, would be in a post-electro indie-band. But this is the 90’s for the third time and one of rap’s most exciting new voices, ECID, is not your average newsstand heartthrob. Minneapolis native Jason Mckenzie, an only child raised by a single-mom, had a lot of time to himself growing up. But he was never bored. Ever.
Today the Serial Killers unveil the visuals for "Wanted," produced by G-Rocka & Medi, and directed by Matt Alonzo (Pusha T, Tyler The Creator, The Game, Ice Cube, etc.). "Wanted" continues the dark tone of their first video "First 48." Click the link below and find out why they've been welcomed by new and old fans alike proving that they're WANTED!
Mixtape: Adam Reverie - Father, Son, Brother, Friend
My name is Adam Reverie hip-hop artist from Detroit, MI and I was recently in Atlanta, Ga at my first A3C festival and by God's grace not only did I perform there , but I also released a very dear project to me "Father Son Brother Friend". I'm a new father to a beautiful baby boy, a constant son,brother and friend. All I ask is that with this body of work in particular you just LISTEN.
PR: Reissue of Masta Ace "Disposable Arts" on 11/26
Courtesy Trevor @ Score.
BELOW SYSTEM IS SET TO REISSUE MASTA ACE'S HIP HOP CLASSIC, DISPOSABLE ARTS ON NOVEMBER 26TH IN U.S.
The special CD+DVD reissue will feature an exclusive behind the scenes DVD!
Originally released in 2001, Masta Ace’s Disposable Arts is a critically acclaimed concept album. The story on Disposable Arts unfolds with Masta Ace being released from prison, his return home and joining “The Institute of Disposable Arts.” This legendary LP features Masta Ace's own group eMC (Stricklin, Punchline & Wordsworth), Apocalypse, Greg Nice, Rah Digga, J-Ro, King T, Jean Grae and more.
The Disposable Arts reissue will also feature a behind the scenes DVD with interviews, stories behind the tracks and more! This special CD+DVD package will available in the stores, November 26th.
Peace party people! I'm live from the road, San Francisco to be exact, with a lot of new music on deck beginning with something for all you patient Panacea fans as i proudly present my debut release with UK-based hip-hop label Cult Classic Records co-ran by my longtime friend/supporter Bob42jh who is responsible for getting our music heard across the world/internet via his youtube page!
The release which kicks off my new instrumental series features the unreleased and coveted instros to Panacea albums such as Think Back, Looking Forward, A Mind on A Ship Through Time & the Corkscrew Gaps EP; 18 tracks and all the beautiful thing is it's FREE exclusively on Bandcamp, but if you like and want to support me & the label, you can also pay what you want too!
In the meantime, YES there will be a NEW Panacea project dropping next year called Midnight Morning Africa, but in the meantime stay connected to myself & Raw Poetic via Facebook.
Extract from THE BRANSTORM, the album of DJ BRANS, starring: Blaq Poet, Armageddon, M-Dot, Jaysaun, Dirt Platoon, Meyhem Lauren, Shaz IllYork, Spit Gemz, Wyld Bunch, B.A.M, Wildelux, Gab Gotcha, Nutso and more...
"Kevin Hart: Let Me Explain" Soundtrack to be Released on November 11, 2013
Courtesy Hanif @ E1.
Entertainment One Music and Artist Live announce the release of Kevin Hart: Let Me Explain, the incredible soundtrack to the hit stand up comedy film featuring superstar Kevin Hart, on November 11, 2013.
The film KEVIN HART: LET ME EXPLAIN was released in July 2013 on Summit Entertainment, and it captures the laughter, energy and mayhem from Hart’s 2012 “Let Me Explain” concert tour, which spanned 10 countries and 80 cities, and generated over $32 million in ticket sales. The film was released on DVD/Blu Ray on October 15th on Code Black/Lionsgate. So far, it’s the fastest selling urban DVD of the year!
This soundtrack includes 6 songs featured in the film, including the title track “Let Me Explain” by Erick Sermon, Snoop Dogg, Method Man feat. RL, skits from the film and other tracks inspired by the film.
About the soundtrack, Hart says, “The songs selected for the soundtrack deliver the perfect compliment to the ‘Let Me Explain’ movie.”
Bob Francis, Kevin Hart: Let Me Explain movie music supervisor, states, “This is an amazing opportunity to combine 2 major music platforms. eOne is a proven hit machine, and Kevin Hart is a major brand ambassador of hip hop music via his natural star power and his comedic alter ego, rap artist Chocolate Drop. Kevin provides a global conversation to hip hop culture entirely.”