Caspa Narkz and BBA give a shout out to all the sexy moms better known as "MILFs." Not everyone is a MILF. There are certain criteria that a woman must meet. You know, the usual suspects: pretty face, thin waist, and a booty that brings out the Devil in every man. If you don't know what a MILF is, then we'll give you a clue in this video. If you can't figure it out by the end of it, you'd best get Google-happy.
New Orleanian producer/deejay Quickie Mart has made a name for himself in 2011 as a master dubstep remixer, approaching some of today's hottest up-and-coming artists to remix their song dubstep style with their official stamp of approval. One week before the Beatport.com of his Space Monkey Radio remix EP, QM presents his official remix of Southern California band Slightly Stoopid's track "Supernatural", which will appear alongside artist-sanctioned dubstep remixes of songs by Freddie Gibbs, Shyvonne, Ricky B and more. SMR drops December 7.
I like working with Nay because I can be myself. She brings out the things in me I tend to hide. - Timothy Rhyme
Set for immediate release.
Nay The Producer releases her 1st project titled "Long Way From Home" Hosted by Miss Special. Download her FREE mixtape and stay updated with all the latest news & music on Nay The Producer at www.naytheproducer.com .
"The producer is the point guard of the music business. Like a point guard, the producer has to make connections to ensure the track sounds right (the pass), set up things that aren't there by creating beats and arranging melodies for artists to rock with (the drive), and the producer has to be on their grind facilitating, promoting, and running their business (running plays). It's rare that a producer can put together all the talent available in their circle just as it is rare that you get a GREAT point guard."
Nay molded a project by taking her inner circle, life, and passion then melting them together to create a final masterpiece. With features from The Kid Rated R, Timothy Rhyme, Rymo, Barnone, Mr. Ej Jones, Jeff K., Noah-O, Just Visionz & many more. The creative concepts packed like luggage in the overhead bin, your only option is to download the mixtape if you want to experience the trip. This project is something very rare to be birthed in today's world, something that your ears have been yearning for, Real Music! Nay is definitely a Long Way From Home and a short way from greatness. - Too Fast!
Big thanks to Miss Special for being apart of this project and hosting, you can check her out on Special Sundays Radio Show every Sunday from 2pm-4pm on KSFS http://specialsundays.com/ .
Here is the first official song from the new Proe album "Be Brave, Gladiator" which will be released on Jan 1st 2012. This album Proe is a follow up to his very successful sophomore record "Perfect" in 2005. To keep us busy, last year Proe released his mixtape "Whatever You're On I'll Take 2".
Following that release, Proe promised that his next album would be very different from his mixtape releases... Let's just say we are not disappointed at all. So here it is for your listening pleasure, "Box Cutter Johnny", free and delivered straight to your eardrums compliments of Proe and Routine Fly.
Fdot1 has been locked in the lab since his appearance at The O2 this summer working on some hip hop bangers for 2012.. He has briefly emerged, squinting at the light, to share this tirade with y'all.
Fdot1 left his soft, soulful side at the studio door, stepped in the booth and got MAD!
Mad at the way the UK urban music scene treats real talent, he goes IN on Labrinth's Earthquake beat. The video was a no budget production, filmed in a car park by his manager and edited by Fdot1 himself.
No make-up, no fancy animations, no designer wardrobe and no BULL, just raw flows more intricate than anything that's getting major airplay in the UK right now.
This production was brought to you by the letters F and U.
Beatsmith and A&R Andrew Kelley has come together with The DJBooth to bring listeners Dope on the Table, an exclusive collection of remixed cuts by Raekwon the Chef. Originally conceived as a mixtape project in conjunction with the Wu-Tang spitter’s management, but never completed (read the full story at Kelley’s Tumblrhttp://andrewkelley47.tumblr.com/), the set has been resurrected in the form of a Booth-exclusive, seven-track EP. Included on the tracklist is Kelley’s reader-approved reinterpretation of Chamber Music inclusion “Ill Figures.” Kelley provides all production throughout the project, which features guest appearances from Big L, M.O.P., Kool G Rap, Notorious B.I.G., Ghostface Killah, Sean Price, Pusha T, Littles, Fabolous and Big Boi.
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