Within the main frame of 'The Code' (LP #19 from The SunCycle MC) C-Rayz Walz proceeds with another HIp-Hop classic. Covering the essence of Beats & Rhyme with numerous apps embedded throughout this program 'The Code' is the protocol of what Hip-Hop is. Alive in the fresh. Every topic is covered. There is even the mandatory love song titled The Golden Legacy instead of a woman Walz uploads his heart for all his people on a whole and punctuates the need for royalty through the ritual of knowledge of self & others.
In this digital age where you see and taste quicker than you think and absorb 'The Code' is something very personal that you can feel all over. In the midst of the boom bap C-Rayz Walz keeps you plugged into the reality of daily life in the 21st century and gives you 'The Code' to make it to the next level of existence w/o letting the game drive you crazy!
If you like Hip-Hop a little bit... You will loooove 'The Code'. It is the Anti-Virus.
01.) Digi Box (Produced By GoldHands) 02.) The BX (Produced By Charlemagne) 03.) Craazy (feat. Rebel Diaz) 04.) Haystacks (feat. Grey Sky Appeal) 05.) Winter (feat. Outwrite Ink) (of Grey Sky Appeal) 06.) Clusterf*ck (feat. Xkwisit & DJ Duece) 07.) Black Mamba (Produced By Skizzaz) (of MKS) 08.) The FIF (Produced By DJ Smoke) 09.) The Golden Legacy (Produced By Selko) 10.) Children (Produced By LexZyne Productions) 11.) Angry Uncle (Produced By Gully Duckets) 12.) Peroxide (Produced By Sean One) 13.) Staques (Produced By Watz) (of Code Red) 14.) You Gotta Go (feat. Anton)
MP3: Butta Verses - "That's Me" (prod. Lord Finesse)
After nearly a three year hiatus, the Bronx-bred spitter Butta Verses, who now calls South Florida home, has returned with a Lord Finesse produced single titled "That's Me," in promotion for his forthcoming mixtape.
Devo Spice Update - Pre-order The Best of Sudden Death
I keep forgetting not everyone stalks me on Twitter and Facebook, so in case you missed it I am now accepting pre-orders for the new Best of Sudden Death compilation. This is a 2 CD set containing the best songs from the various Sudden Death albums I released over the years, plus several updated songs, and a large number of remixed and remastered songs.
If you pre-order the compilation through Kickstarter you can get a third bonus digital album, an exclusive t-shirt, a download of all the Sudden Death albums, (including the old ones which have been out of print for years), and more, depending on how much you pledge. And there is no charge for shipping so if you want the album this is the best way to get it. And if you want me to be your butler this is the only way to get that.
Volume 1 - The 21st Century - 20 tracks. Estimated run time: 77:41 1. Cellular Degeneration 2. Ozzman (2012 Update) 3. Dead Rappers 4. My Atari 5. Spam 6. Getting Old Sucks 7. Star Trek Life 8. Inner Voice 9. New Jersey Lifestyle 10. Rest Home Gangstas 11. Pac-Man 12. Reign Of Error 13. Superfriends 14. Pillagers 15. Road Ragin' (2012 Update) 16. I Heart New York 17. Why Can't I Shoot The Dog 18. Pop Star 19. Down Thurr 20. Blood Guts and Boobs
Volume 2 - The 20th Century - 22 tracks: Estimated run time: 76:10 1. South Park Junkie (2012 Update) 2. I'm Bored 3. The House Party Polka 4. PMS 5. Abby Normal 6. Halitosis 7. Praying To The Porcelain God 8. Necrophilia 9. It Sucks To Be You 10. Bran 11. Do You Piss In The Shower? 12. Hip Hop Gangsta 13. Hold On (To Your Lunch) 14. Psycho Slut From Hell 15. Pop Goes The Pimple 16. Rabid Chipmunks 17. My Doctor's A Quack 18. The Psychic Enemies Network 19. Dead Rubber Chickens (Dr. Demento Remix) 20. Masturbate 21. Rhyme Master 22. The Mouth (Extended Version)
Volume 3 - Kickstarter-Only Bonus Compilation - 27 tracks. Estimated run time: 73:50 Unreleased Tracks 1. I'm Bored (2012 Version) 2. Lose Your Suit 3. The Montel Lakey Raphael Show 4. The Humpty Dump 5. Mr. Wanna Be Gangsta Rapper 6. My Doctor's A Quack (Original Recording) 7. What The Hell Is This?
Stuff that didn't fit on volumes 1 and 2 8. Take Back The Music 9. Dice Dice Baby 10. Everybody Dies 11. Dump 12. CGI 13. Business As Usual 14. A Christmas Tail
Rarities 15. Domino Death 16. Hey Birthday Girl 17. 10th Anniversary Song 18. Reality Break Theme 19. Bowel Movement 20. Infection 21. Kyle's Mom Is A Stupid Bitch (remix)
Special Projects 22. Peter Parker 23. Shoebox's Answering Machine
Rabid Death Songs 24. Babies With Rabies 25. Mutilate The Mailman 26. Canine Carcasses 27. Roadkill Lover
“I Ain't Shit; I'm The Shit”, the latest single off Jesse Abraham’s upcoming I Am Water album, explores a duplicity that exists within us all. Sometimes we feel invincible, and other times we feel invisible. The song is an internal dialogue in which the notion of staying true to oneself emerges as the most harmonious option. “It turns out that a battle within ourselves only does damage to ourselves” explains Jesse.
Smoke DZA takes a time out on the last stop of The Smokers Club Tour to get interviewed by CLCTVE. He speaks on his award from High Times magazine for his Rolling Stoned album, the differences between the Smokers Club Tours he was apart of, and how he got his name among other questions. His latest album, Rugby Thompson is available now from Amazon.com for only $5!
We talk on why Fred the Godson is wack, Why Lil Bow Wow is dumbass of the week, Beanie Sigel album cover being so horrible along with Wiz Khalifa's. Also we speak on who is hot or not right now with new artist on rise, MGK, Meek Mill, French Montana, Ab-Soul.
Chicago's Northside emcee Esohel along with southside representative Chandler London recently linked up with producer Dynamics for the collaborative effort titled "In Too Deep" and today the official video for the single --directed by Sense Hernandez-- has been released! The song samples Adele's "Rolling In The Deep" serving to bridge the gap from both sides of the city and to get fans by until both of their upcoming projects drop in the months to come.
Hip-hop mogul Chris Lighty died Thursday morning after apparently shooting himself in the head in his Bronx apartment, sources told the Daily News.
Lighty, 44 — a longtime manager of 50 Cent, Diddy, Ja Rule and Mariah Carey — was found dead inside his South Riverdale apartment about 11:30 a.m., police sources said.
It appeared he died from a bullet to his head, sources said. A gun was recovered next to his body.
Law enforcement sources said Lighty — who divorced his wife, Veronica, last year — may have been dealing with financial struggles, including owing about $5 million to the IRS.
Violator (founded by Chris Lighty) specializes in managing the careers of hip hop and R&B performers and is also a record label. Included among Violator's past and present clients are Mariah Carey, Busta Rhymes, Q-Tip, Missy Elliott, Fantasia, Mýa, Diggy Simmons, Cormega, Ja Rule, Mobb Deep, LL Cool J, Nas, JoJo Pellegrino, and 50 Cent. Violator has released two compilation albums of material from its artists: Violator: The Album, Vol. 1 and Violator: The Album, Vol. 2. Vol. 1 features Q-Tip's first solo hit single, "Vivrant Thing". Chris is also the new manager for Sean "Diddy" Combs.
Cali emcees Murs and Fashawn present the Todd Angkasuwan-directed video for "Slash Gordan", the new single from their forthcoming collaboration album This Generation, dropping September 25 on Duck Down.