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RUSTE JUXX - ADAMANTINE OUT NOW - PROJECT FULLY PRODUCED BY ENDEMIC (ALL ELEMENTS/ NO CURE )
Within two years, Ruste Juxx has proved he is Indestructable with his Sean Price co-signed album, then went in for the kill with producer Marco Polo on The eXXecution, and is now claiming his longevity in the underground hip-hop scene, letting it be known that he is strong as Adamantine.
Well known for his strong delivery and hardcore rhymes, Ruste Juxx is back with a new mix CD, Adamantine, a project entirely produced by Endemic. “I first linked up with Endemic three years ago when asked me to be a feature on a project he was working on called Terminal Illness,” says Ruste Juxx. “I was on three songs, one with Sean Price, then later on we were going to put out an EP but we wound up knocking out a album. Crazy part is all of this was done just talking online & over the phone. I never met son but my hardcore rhyme style and his murderous production… IT’S ADAMANTINE!”
Adamantine features Duck Down label mates General Steele of Smif N Wessun, Skyzoo, and Torae, as well as Ill Bill, Wordsmith, Supreme, and more. Fans can listen to the first leak off the new album, “U Know What Crime It Is” featuring Sledge at http://www.duckdown.com .
Adamantine hits stores via duckdown records September 14, 2010
Also, if you are in the NYC area on September 16th, come on down to the mixtape release party at Santos House Party featuring performances by Das Racist, Maluca, Tecla and Keepaway as well as DJ sets by Das Racist, Amazing Baby, Chairlift, 2DopeBoyz and additional special guests. RSVP at Dasracist@yahoo.com
For more information, check out the press release below: Das Racist have made an indelible imprint on the musical landscape with their irresistible pastiche of witty Dadaist-influenced raps, wry social commentary and tongue-in-cheek humor, and the trio returns with their strongest declaration to date. Today, the Brooklyn hip-hop crew is dropping their second mixtape of the year, Sit Down, Man,andit drips with their signature style you've come to expect while featuring a notable collection of producers including Diplo, Boi-1da, Dame Grease, Scoop DeVille, Teengirl Fantasy, Devo Springsteen and Chairlift, whoalso pull double duty as one of the many guest collaborators, joining the likes of El-P, Roc Marciano and Despot to name a few. The new collection is being presented by Diplo, Mad Decent, Greedhead Entertainment as well as returning partner Mishka. To celebrate the new mixtape, Das Racist will host a celebration at Santos Party House in NYC on Thursday, September 16, and will be joined with performances by Maluca, Keepaway and Tecla with DJ sets provided by Chairlift, Amazing Baby, 2dopeboyz and DR themselves. The event will be presided over by "Internets Celebrity" Dallas Penn.
The trio embodies a new generation of hip-hop, who borrow from the genre's trailblazers while pushing the limits and crafting their own blueprint. Sit Down, Man instantly reveals a group not only prolific but also one that matured exceedingly fast to new levels of art and musicianship. Their tongue-twisting, pop culture-referring rhymes flow steadily in unison with skilled production from a stellar collection of producers and contributors, with track titles like "All Tan Everything" and "Puerto Rican Cousins," embodying their clever content. The following outlets are hosting the mixtape available for download: maddecent.com, greedhead.net, mishkanyc.com and djbooth.net.
Most recently, the blogosphere was permeated with two newly released videos, one for "Who's That? Brooown!" and the other, "Ek Shaneesh," further distinguishing the group for theirability toreign over pop culture.The Frogger, Tetris-era visuals of "Who's That? Brooown!" incite instant nostalgia and for those longing for their Nintendo, you can check out the corresponding interactive game version of the video and play as one of the members on the Das Racist website: www.dasracist.net
Sit Down, Man Track List: 1.wkcr stretch and bobbito with quincy jones (intro) 2.all tan everything (featuring jay-z) (produced by sabzi) 3.puerto rican cousins (produced by gordon voidwell and alex kestner) 4.hahahaha jk? (produced by boi-1da) 5.town business (featuring kassa overall) (produced by kassa overall) 6.commercial (produced by teengirl fantasy) 7.people are strange (produced by devo springsteen) 8.luv it mayne (featuring fat tony & bo p) (produced by tom cruz) 9.amazing (featuring lakutis) (produced by keepaway) 10.fashion party (with chairlift) (produced by chairlift) 11.rapping 2 u (featuring lakutis) (produced by sha-leik) 12.rooftop (featuring despot) (produced by dame grease) 13.irresponsible (featuring lakutis) (produced by like magic + das racist) 14.return to innocence (produced by dash speaks) 15.julia (the very best remix) (produced by das racist) 16.roc marciano joint (featuring roc marciano) (produced by mike finito) 17.you can sell anything (produced by diplo) 18.sit down, man (featuring el-p) (produced by scoop deville) 19.sit down, people (by dapwell and quincy jones)
MP3: N.B.S. - "The Prelude" (Hosted by Mr. Peter Parker)
Veteran Hip-Hop duo N.B.S. (Natural Born Spitters) proudly present their strongest effort to date, "The Prelude". For this journey through their career, N.B.S. has enlisted the talents of renowned Shadyville/Core DJ, Mr. Peter Parker, the production services of: J.Cardim (Lil Wayne, Ludacris, Joe Budden), Stu Bangas (Ras Kass, Devin Tha Dude, Vinnie Paz of Jedi Mind Tricks), Matty Trump (Jr Writer, AZ, Sam Adams), Cyrus Tha Great (Skyzoo, Little Brother, Grafh), Sicknature of The Snowgoons (La Coka Nostra, Ill Bill, Army of the Pharaohs), as well as the talents of underground legend Slaine (of La Coka Nostra / Special Teamz)
Trae Tha Truth Shoots 7 Videos For "Can't Ban Tha Truth"
Armed with director, Jordan Tower, from Jordan Tower Films, and a handful of the feature artists from his upcoming street album, "Can't Ban Tha Truth", which hits stores Tuesday, September 28, Houston's Trae Tha Truth managed to shoot an amazing 7 music videos in just 4 days; 6 in Houston and 1 in Atlanta (featuring Young Buck.)
Among the features present for the shoots were Young Money (Jae Millz, Gudda Gudda) for the song "Hood Nights", Young Buck and Big Pokey for "Dueces and Trays", Brian Angel and Young Quis (ABN) for "Can't Ban Tha Truth" and Lupe Fiasco for "Bad Don't Seem So Wrong." The Outlawz also made a showing to get their cameo on. Videos were also shot for "Radio Won't Play This", What It Is" and "Please Respect."
There were hood nights......................
.......and hood days...................
...and with all the frenetic activity, Lupe just took it all in stride.
In case you don't have them, or haven't heard them yet, below are links to download two songs that have already leaked from the CD recently; "General ft. Brian Angel (Day 26)" and "Hood Nights ft. Jae Millz & Gudda Gudda." More to come.
Also, Trae will be in NYC doing CD promo and taking over Sirius radio from 9/19 until 9/24. Please contact me for media opportunities in the city during this week.