MP3: A.Dd+ - "When Paris Smokes" Ft. Tunk & Mz. Fortune
Courtesy Audible Treats.
A.Dd+, fresh off their first national tour, opening for Black Milk, now have their sights set firmly on the future. That future includes a follow up to their highly lauded When Pigs Fly album, titled DiveHiFlyLo, which will be released later this year. Paris Pershun & Slim Gravy will also release the next episode in their WADD Radio Podcast this Thursday, a special 4/20 Edition, and in keeping with that theme, today A.Dd+ is releasing a brand new track, "When Paris Smokes."
The song is produced by Breez and features a guest verse from fellow Dallas rapper Tunk, along with a smooth bridge from singer Mz. Fortune. The song's first two verses sound like your typical - but great - ode to weed, as Slim Gravy and Tunk take turns sharing weed stories most smokers can relate to. The song takes a twist, however, on the third verse when Paris, who doesn't usually smoke, takes control of the mic. "Slim and Tunk's verses are everyday tales of smoking and folks trying to freeload," explains Paris. "Since I don't smoke, but provide the Caddy for them to smoke in, I had to tell my side of who the freeloaders are in that situation."
Video: E-40 Details His New 2 Album Project With Too $hort
Courtesy DJ Vlad.
The Bay Area emcee explains why he considers himself an innovator of rap music and how he still sees himself an underdog in the game. He also dishes on his new two album project with Too $hort, "E-40 & Too $hort: The History Channel," which will be dropping on the same day.
Last year during the Summer of 2011, DJ I.N.C dropped an original music mixtape , "Tha Incorporated Mixtape Volume 1". The mixtape was successful and garnered much critical acclaim. From the success of Volume one, when the recording of Volume 2 began, the entire process grew legs as the emcees from Volume 1 stayed on board and everyone welcomed new emcees for Volume 2.
Q (formally known as @QDaKId) is at it again. This time he is getting HAMMERED. Bangin joint Produced by: @LoudPackparty Something new and Definitely a ear catcher. This is a radio and club smash DJS let's support Good Music.
Rapper and METAL FACE AKADEMY member MOBONIX readies his newest single “Reset Button” off the forthcoming Fall LP rePROGRAMMING on XIL Recordings. "The record is done mostly, I'm just allowing time for the right co-conspirators to show up," says MOBONIX of the album, which will be accompanied by a comic book series that delves into his origins and exploits.
Villian, Anti-Super Hero, Metal-Faced ATLien. Call him what you want, but either way MOBONIX is one of the Akademy's most promising emcees. After releasing his debut album in 2008 called Third World America, he was featured on DOOM's 2009 Born Like This (on "Supervillainz") record, alongside Posdnous, Kurious and Slug. Earlier this year, he was featured on The Dark Monk’s True Underlord and Last month, he released “Cocaine Diaries” off The Bionic Jazz Project, a side effort he will produce with emcee MarQ Spekt and will feature various beat makers in the Winter of 2012.
Chuuwee’s Crown Me King will serve as the prelude to his long-awaited official solo-debut, Wild Style, which will be released on 5-29-2012 via Amalgam Digital. Whereas Chuuwee’s previous efforts were hybrid sub-genres he created such as “neo-boombap” (neo-soul meets boom-bap) or “hooliganarism” which Chuuwee describes as Treach of Naughty By Nature meets Wakka Flakka Flame, Wild Style can be summarized as pure 90s Hip Hop, where he is taking the classic elements of the golden era with the look, sound and the feel and then applying them to the present day. Inspired by Gang Starr, A Tribe Called Quest, Big L, De La Soul with even hints of DMX, Wild Style promises to be Chuuwee’s break-out project, one that will showcase him as being a frontrunner lyricist from Hip-Hop’s new school; while also paying homage and respect to the great pioneers of the 1990’s. “Wild Style is the album that’s going to eradicate weak rap off the face of the map. It is the return of real Hip-Hop. It’s pure and it’s not me trying to re-make it. It’s not me telling you its 90s Hip-Hop; it is 90s Hip-Hop” says Chuuwee.
Album: The Promise - "The New Deal" prod. by Mulatto Patriot
The long awaited, highly anticipated "New Deal" album is Here! Inspired by the current recession MC Squair Blaq (of Animate Objects & the Chicago Afro-beat Project) tells a story of a man who looses his employment to outsourcing, then while heading to the unemployment office his car breaks down and to top it all off after he finally makes it home he discovers that his personal belongings were thrown in the dumpster by a former girlfriend.