will probably be taken down soon, but it was amazing to watch in HD. looked hella real! quality is crap from recording tho... -for those who don't know, it's a hologram. i mean, obviously you didn't think he was alive but it's crazy how real it looked. hopefully an HD version will be up at some point.
MP3: Fatal Lucciauno - "Big Bro (Action Jackson Remix)"
Courtesy Audible Treats.
Seattle's Fatal Lucciauno has released not one but two noteworthy projects this year. First came his collaborative EP with Jake One, The Message, a free project that was followed by the retail release of his official sophomore LP, Respect. As new fans continue to pick up on both releases, Fatal is busy keeping the music flowing, with a collection of new tracks and remixes, the latest being today's remix for album single "Big Bro."
he remix is handled by Action Jackson, one-half of the electro-soul duo Fly Moon Royalty that share a label, Sportn' Life Records, with Lucciauno. In addition to being label mates, Fatal's been anxious to work with Action Jackson, whose music he's a personal fan of. "He's one hell of a producer," remarks Fatal. "It was a no-brainer."
Musically, for Lucciauno and Jackson, it was about "finding the right fit, but something that would still contrast against the original," and Action Jackson hit the nail on the head. While the original, produced by Kuddie Fresh, was a staggered and frenetic, synth- and guitar-laden affair, Action Jackson's remix slows things down, delivering a much more somber vibe, a perfect fit for Fatal's honestly raw lyrics, as he raps, "For this life I live, I'll probably get three strikes/ Little ni**as peddle bikes/ Peddle goods/ Peddle rocks through your block/ Through your hood."
On May 22nd, Casual, one of the most revered lyricists from the Hieroglyphics crew, will release his latest album, He Still Think He Raw. The album, a follow up of sorts to Casual's He Think He Raw album released in 2001, will be produced entirely by DJ Fresh & The Whole Shabang, and to celebrate the announcement, Casual is excited to release the album's Aris Jerome-directed debut video, "Tears."
Maker Music presents a mini-documentary on 24 hours in the life of Cali emcee Murs, on the day before his 2012 Paid Dues festival went off in San Bernardino, CA. Murs visits Soul Assassins Radio, L.A. stations Power 106 and KDAY, rehearses with his crew Living Legends, tends to his fans and jumps onstage to kick off this year's installment of the annual hip-hop festival that continues to grow by leaps and bounds each year. Features Odd Future, DJ Quik, People Under The Stairs and more. Murs recently released Yumiko: Curse Of The Merch Girl, his album and graphic novel collaboration with Josh Blaylock, and released his Ski Beatz collaboration album Love & Rockets Vol. 1: The Transformation last year on BluRoc.
In preparation for my new mixtape called "The Epitome" I'm droppin at the end of the month, Here's a snippet/promo video shot by the homie Philly Flyboy!! The Joint is called "Dont Call It A Comeback" Enjoy! Thank you for your time!
PR: MTV's "Hip Hop POV" w/ Future & Iggy Azalea @ Midnight ET
Courtesy of LL.
MTV’s Hip Hop POV is giving fans even more content from the world of hip hop culture and news. Airing Wednesday, April 18 at Midnight ET/PT, this week’s episode will feature in studio guest appearances by a pair of the leaders of the new school of rap including Future, who will hit the stage for a performance of his new single “Magic” and the international star on the rise, Iggy Azalea, who will sit down with our hosts to talk about her musical debut and give a special message to all of her critics. The show will continue with the second part of the exclusive interview with Lil Wayne where he talks about fully engulfing himself in the skater lifestyle and discusses why he no longer sports bling. Also, the latest episode of POV features a must see interview with DJ Khaled, as he takes our cameras inside the studio to discuss his rise to music moguldom and gives fans a taste of some of the tracks from his upcoming album Kiss the Ring.
“MTV’s Hip Hop POV” is hosted by Amanda Seales – the multidimensional artist, Bu Thiam, VP of A&R at Def Jam, NY’s Power 105.1 “The Breakfast Club” radio personality Charlamagne Tha God, Devi Dev – a radio personality on Sirius XM’s “Sway in the Morning” and Sowmya Krishnamurthy , a digital age hip hop journalist. Each week the series’ hosts will give viewers raw, unfiltered commentary on the news making headlines in hip-hop culture, provide their opinions on new music, grant insider access to the biggest events and engage in no-holds-barred artist interviews. In addition, each episode of “MTV’s Hip-Hop POV” will end with an intimate performance by an artist taking the game to all new heights.