Kottonmouth Kings To Release “Legalize It” EP on April 20th & Schedule Special 4-20 Performances ***
The Kottonmouth Kings are gearing up for this year’s annual stoner holiday with the release of their new “Legalize It” EP, which will be released through digital retailers on April 20th, 2011 and contain select tracks off the group's upcoming "Sunrise Sessions" album. The Kottonmouth Kings will celebrate the release of the EP with a series of special festival shows beginning on April 17th in Pozo, CA.
“It's that wonderful time of the year, a time of renewal and new beginnings. The Kottonmouth Kings are celebrating the holidays with the release of an uplifting digital EP called ‘Legalize It’ and a new string of shows,” commented Brad X. “Look for our new single ‘My Garden’ to drop in early April and the world premiere of the video on 4-20! It's an exciting time in our career, as we are in our 15th year as a group and still creating some our best songs. We are anxious to share the good vibes with the world and what better time than on 4-20!”
Kottonmouth Kings are riding a creative high with their new studio album, "Long Live The Kings", after announcing they have added Oregon based rapper the Dirtball to the group as a full-time member. The Kottonmouth Kings video for the track “Reefer Madness” can be seen online http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IwNb4SdrWck .
The track listing for the Kottonmouth Kings "Legalize It" EP is as follows:
1 - Stonetown 2 - My Garden 3 - Rise Above 4 - Soon Come 5 - Ganja Daze 6 - When We Fall
KOTTONMOUTH KINGS TOUR DATES: Apr 17 - Pozo, CA @ Pozo Saloon Apr 20 - Pomona, CA @ Fox Theatre Apr 22 - San Diego, CA @ House of Blues Apr 23 - Las Vegas, NV @ Fremont
“I Shitted Again” is King Just 1st leak off his upcoming Street Album “All Hail” dropping late February. The clean version is called “I Did It Again”. The track was produced by Phantom of the Beats (from umc’s). “All Hail” is dropping threw New York City own indie label Hardtimes Records. PR Dean & King Just are hard at work on his upcoming album, right now they looking for a retail/marketing home to release the project. “All Hail” itunes version is distributed by uprising Fork And Spoon Digital distribution (FAS Distribution).
"Jams DaBoombox Also Known As "King Boom" Is A Producer From Little Rock, Arkansas. Only Two Decades Into His Life And Has Been Making Beats For Half Of It. Raised On 90s Culture And It Is Shown Through His Music. Boom Takes Inspiration From Every Corner Of "The Arts" & Puts That Inside Of His Music. King Boom Raps From Time To Time To Express Himself. But Even When He Is Not Rapping, He Tells His Story Through Audio Clips And The Title Of His Beats."
Cataclysmic Boom Is Basslines and Drums in Audio Format, What this Arkansas Native brings you is the bridge from Soul to Hardcore timing. Listening to Jams DaBoomBox production takes you on a musical journey from Kool Keith to Flying Lotus .. get you some before its gone !!!!!!!!!!
A rapper who was mentioned a little under two months ago in our La Force Du Nombre review has met with an untimely and unfortunate end. We thank both DJ Prolifik on Facebook and the Plasterazzi website for passing on this news. More details below courtesy of the latter, but please visit their link for the full article. Our condolences to his family as well as his fans in Montreal and worldwide.
A popular Montreal musician, who’s opened for stars like Snoop Dogg, Kanye West and 50 Cent, was killed early Saturday in Little Burgundy.
The body of Bad News Brown was found near Richmond and William Sts., a gritty, mostly industrial area near the Lachine Canal. Although sources say Frappier was shot, police say they won’t be confirming the nature of the fatal attack until they make an arrest.
His real name was Paul Frappier. He was 33. A native of Haiti, he was adopted by a Montreal family and rose to become one of the city’s leading harmonica players and hip-hop musicians.
He is survived by brother Louis Frappier, who confirmed the rapper’s death, though Montreal police wouldn’t reveal the identity of the victim.
Police say Frappier’s body was found by people walking near the corner of Richmond and William. He was declared dead on the scene and brought straight to the morgue, police said.
A police official said there were “clear traces of violence on his upper body.” But the official said he could not confirm Frappier died of a gunshot wound.
“It seems to be very nonsensical – there’s seems to have been no sense or purpose to this at all, which is the case with a lot of violence in general,” said Haig Vartzbedian, producer of Bad News Brown’s 2009 album Born 2 Sin.
After overwhelming response and reactions to Spree's song "Don't Pass Me By" ft. Esthero, Mr. Wilson returns to his Atlanta hip hop roots with his latest leak "Transition". Spree raps from the third person's perspective of music itself on his 'coming of age' as an upcoming artist over a perfect ATLien atmospheric track layed by Paolo 'Shoeden1' Sheehy. Novel lends his vocals on a trimuphant chorus that brings this song into the winners circle. Spree Wilson's 'The Never Ending Now" debut seems to be shaping up nicely!