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PR - Canibus & Keith Murray are THE UNDERGODS

From Luck Media:

For Immediate Release


New EP Available on Sound Records Now!

Underground heroes Keith Murray and Canibus define – Power. Passion. Poetry.  Hip-Hop is littered with emcees that use these three words as the blueprint from which they attempt to construct their style, but the list of those who succeed is painfully short.  Rakim, KRS-One and Big Daddy Kane immediately jump out as artists  from an earlier era that best fused these three traits, joining Eminem, Tupac and The Notorious B.I.G. from more recent times.  There are two underground titans that the mainstream will try to overlook, but those who know hip hop, know the skills of multi platinum “beautifullest vocabulist” Keith Murray and “lyrical sharpshooter” Canibus. Both known as two of hip-hop's heroes , they have  recently  joined forces  to create THE UNDERGODS ( ).

EP production skills includes  Erick Sermon, The Beatminerz, Amadeus and Gordo. Debut EP drops digitally this week on Sound Records for $5.99 on iTunes at .

For your listening pleasure check the hot new track "Gotta Be Real" off The Undergods new EP for free at .

About Sound Records

Launched 18 months ago, Sound Record is the vision of partners/principals—and music fans—Kenny Stumbo and Noah Hartkopf, who serve as president and VP, respectively. The independent startup already sports a roster of established and emerging artists from the rap to pop/rock worlds, including Keith Murray and  Canibus (AKA The Undergods), Bronze Nazareth, Project Lionheart and Bekker.  Sound Records is focused on delivering music from all genres. The mission: to build a mutually beneficial haven for talented and hardworking artists whose music resonates with many. Hartkopf declares, “Seattle is ready to explode again.”

Neosonic Productions - SS: Instros (Sept. Episode)

From K-Murdock:

SUBSONiQ: "Instru-mentals" (September)  by  Neosonix
As promised, heres the 2nd of 2 episodes of SUBSONIQ: "Instru-mentals" from September.  Its back to basics for this edition which primarily spotlights submissions i got from fans around the world.  Please keep feeding my Soundcloud "DropBox" with goodies, and stay tuned as one of your joints may end up on the show in the future!



1.  Panacea - Coin Toss (Instro)
2.  DJ Devastate - Spinnin'
3.  Robert Glasper - Listen Up (Instro)
4.  Depakote - Octagon
5.  Mushen - Breathe
6.  The Beastie Boys - Ricky's Theme
7.  Nicolay - Saturday Night (Instro))
8.  The Lootpack  - Answers (Instro)
9.  Force of Nature - Set it Off
10. LMNO - Never Stop (Instro)
11. Henning - Nightlife
12. PSY-OPSogist - King of Infinit Space
13. P.U.T.S. - Slow Bullet (Interlude)
14. J. Slikk - Honey
15. Oddisee - Muzik Lounge (Instro)



The (W)rap Up - Week of September 29, 2009

Ghostface Killah :: Ghostdini: The Wizard of Poetry in the Emerald City
Def Jam

Author: John-Michael Bond

"Gone is the grimy street imagery and staged coke deals of past albums, and in its place is a magical wonderland of the kind of fucked up music Ghostface Killah thinks counts as a romantic album. At its most graphic this is R&B for the hardest of hardcore rap fans, capable of making 2 Live Crew join a Feminist Rally. However when Ghost puts his love of classic soul into his songs and eschews smut stereotypes he almost creates something you could play around your lady. Almost."

Awol One and Factor :: Owl Hours :: Fake Four Inc.
as reviewed by Eric Sirota 

""Owl Hours," the second collaboration between Shape Shifters crew MC, Awol One (short for A Walrus One), and DJ/producer, Factor, is a self-professed party album. This description is a strange one. Awol and Factor's "party" vibe lodges itself somewhere between the nihilistic decadence of N.E.R.D. and the nebbishy extroversions of WHY?. The album is a more appropriate soundtrack to a nitrous oxide filled high school debate kegger than a night on the town or block party. Indeed, our Cali b-boy does not seek to host a normal bash but rather to explore hedonism's dark, or at least awkward, underbelly."

Breez Evahflowin :: Breez Deez Treez :: Domination Recordings
as reviewed by Susan 'susiQ' Kim 

"It is the reality that everyone has their own battles. Even with his big break on MTV's "Direct Effects," proving victorious as a vicious battle rap champion and as an integral part of the Stronghold Movement consisting of Poison Pen, C-Rayz Walz, DJ Static, and Immortal Technique, New York's Breez Evahflowin lives to tell about his own struggles. Relocating to North Carolina and working with producer Dave Archuletta via internet, Breez honed in on his skills as a more insightful emcee and used his own knowledge to manifest through his music. With the time to gather his thoughts and reflect on his most personal accounts, Breez utilizes his unique artistry for his latest album "Breez Deez Treez.""

Brokencyde :: I'm Not a Fan But the Kids Like It :: Breaksilence/Koch Records
as reviewed by John-Michael Bond 

"E-40, what the hell are you thinking man? There's a difference between cashing a check and being paid in 30 pieces of silver. Doing a guest spot on a Brokencyde record is 30 pieces thrown right in the face of everyone who's ever bleed and hustled for this genre, and telling them getting a check is more important than everything the genre has stood for. Frankly sir this very un hyphy."

Debaser :: Back to Work :: Sandpeople Music
as reviewed by Steve 'Flash' Juon 

"Being part of Oregon's Sandpeople crew clearly sharpened the skills of both men long before the first Debaser album hit stores, but a stunned Jordan Selbo was still forced to proclaim their debut represented "a group transcending the current standards of the genre, concerned not so much with bringing it back as with moving it along." Thus the stage was set for Ethic and Sapient to be a modern day Guru and Premier, much beloved and often underrated, an outstanding team that musically and lyrically complimented each other perfectly."

Dr. Dre :: The Chronic: Relit and From the Vault :: WIDEAwake Music
as reviewed by John-Michael Bond 

"To understand the necessity of re-mastering "The Chronic" one must first look at what the album meant for the history of hip hop. Beyond being arguably the first Snoop Dogg album (this record is as much his as "Only Built for Cubin Links" is Ghostface Killah's) and featuring one of the most consistent series of guest spots in the history of hip hop, "The Chronic" changed the way hip hop was produced. More so than even Dr. Dre's previous work with N.W.A., "The Chronic" infused a sense of powerful melody and thunderous funk into hip hop's previous arsenal of snare hits and keyboard bleats."

Dynas :: The Apartment :: BBE Records
as reviewed by John-Michael Bond 

"Dynas is yet another rapper bursting with talent whose career fell victim to the curse of a dead end major label deal, only to find himself brushing off his shoulders and moving forward in the indie world. Right off from the get go "The Apartment" is a charming combination of street infused attitude and urban soul seasoned hip hop, but that same charm could hold it back. Despite the success of one Kanye West the rap world has been viciously slow when it comes to helping cats with a brain and a chip on their shoulder move significant numbers of records. "The Apartment" feels destined for this fate, and underground love, simply because it rides the space between radio hit and brain food by such a narrow margin."

Eprhyme :: Waywordwonderwill :: Modular Moods LLC
as reviewed by Pedro 'DJ Complejo' Hernandez 

"Creativity is often overlooked in the rap game. Redundancy is often valued over variety and uniqueness. At least that is the current state of the rap game. In its infancy and growth, hip-hop stood for creativity and variety. Somewhere along the way, that was lost, and today you often see cookie cutter emcees rewarded and unique emcees ridiculed. Eprhyme is such an emcee who fits in the unique category. He looks nothing like you would expect an emcee to look like. His background and influences also fail to fit into the hip-hop mold. He claims to have been a big punk rock fan in his earlier years, something that is easy to believe considering he originally hails from Washington. His conversion to a hip-hop fan and performer was fueled by his wish to deliver a positive social message."

Flying Lotus :: Los Angeles :: Warp Records
as reviewed by Patrick Taylor 

"First off, I'm a year late on this: the album came out in June of 2008, before the economy collapsed, before Obama's election, and before "Imma let you finished" became the overworked meme of the week. It's not that I slept on the album, per se, it's that the album seemed sleepy to me. The snippets I heard of "Los Angeles" seemed too nebulous and mellow to warrant the $13.98 it was selling for at Amoeba down the street. Then I heard him do a few remixes I liked, and I saw him mentioned along with Nosaj Thing, whose "Drift" I was mighty impressed with. So I plunked down my hard earned money and bought a copy, fourteen months after it originally came out."

J-Swing :: Marked Man :: Recession-Proof Records
as reviewed by Steve 'Flash' Juon 

"When looking at J-Swing's bio, I'm hoping for something that exciting that will "jump off the page" too, and a few items do catch my attention."

Kings Konekted :: Trails to the Underlair: The Prequel :: Toaster Entertainment/Class A Records
as reviewed by Emanuel Wallace 

"It's no secret that hip-hop is an art form that spans across the globe. If you need more proof, feel free to browse the RapReviews archives and you'll find a gang of emcees from all corners of the world. Furthermore, take this release from Australian duo, Kings Konekted. Dontez and Culprit are the protégés of Stricknine, and have been working with him since 2006. This mixtape is primarily produced by Stricknine, Dontez, and Trem, but also features some "jacked" beats from Alchemist, 4th Disciple, and Necro, among others."

LL Cool J :: Mama Said Knock You Out :: Def Jam/CBS
** RapReviews "Back to the Lab" series **
as reviewed by Matt Jost 

"In the early '90s photographer Michel Comte shot nudes of an Italian fashion model by the name of Carla Bruni. 15 years later one such portrait was auctioned off by Christie's for $91,000, la Bruni now better known as France's first lady, recently married to President Sarkozy. Some years prior Comte also took pictures of a certain James Todd Smith, who presented his sweaty, muscular torso adorned with a solid chain hanging from his neck, a bracelet on one arm, a wrist band on the other, and, most prominently, an oversized four-finger name ring that said 'Cool J.' While Bruni was only just yet another mannequin to the world, LL Cool J, whose afore-described black-and-white portrait graces the cover of his fourth album, "Mama Said Knock You Out," was already an icon that you couldn't imagine being destined for greater things than being one of rap music's premier artists."

Sole and the Skyrider Band :: Plastique :: Fake Four Inc.
as reviewed by Steve 'Flash' Juon 

"Anti-commercial, anti-pop, Anticon icon Sole first offered these words of wisdom almost a decade ago on "Bottle of Humans." Judging by the artwork for "Plastique" he finally got his wish, although his skyscrapers are an alien landscape of monolithic emeralds grown to the desired size and shape for habitation. One gets the feeling they would surpass the Empire State Building in height up close, but to actually visit them you would have to stride into the artwork of an Isaac Asimov or Ray Bradbury album. In fact the figure on the cover staring at the Emerald City before him is no Tin Woodman or Scarecrow; he is an Illustrated Man with a story to tell us all."

Tyler Steven :: She Loves Me Not EP :: Grown Folk Music
as reviewed by Emanuel Wallace 

"Tyler Steven is a nice guy. He really is, or at least that's what I read on his Twitter page. The EP didn't come with a press release, so I had to go above and beyond my usual research to get some information on the guy. He hails from Thousand Oaks, California, has a passion for baseball and he's an ambitious dreamer that likes to write about love from various perspectives."

Urthboy :: Spitshine :: Elefant Traks
as reviewed by Pedro 'DJ Complejo' Hernandez 

"Australian hip-hop is fascinating. While not every album is a home run, a consistently high percentage of Australian rap albums I have come across have been dope. The minute I feel I have a good gauge of the talent coming from Australia, I become exposed to a new emcee with dope music to offer. The latest Australian emcee to hit my speakers is Urthboy, a veteran hailing from New South Wales, Australia. A member of The Herd, a group who has gotten positive reviews from us before, Urthboy hits us with his third solo album entitled "Spitshine." Packed into the album's 13 tracks are plenty of dope beats and a refreshing classic hip-hop vibe."






FREE DOWNLOAD: Top $ Raz - Spilled Milk


Top $ Raz is one of the hottest young emcees ascending the ladder of NYC's hip-hop scene (listeners of the ABX Podcast are already very familiar with his work).  Spilled Milk is his sophomore effort.

You can download the album for FREE at:

Legendary DJ Mr. Magic Passes Away

John Rivas, widely known as the legendary Mr. Magic, has passed away yesterday morning from a fatal heart attack. The news of his passing spread nationally, as well as through Twitter, as it was first conformed by DJ Premier.

Given as an open letter to, DJ Premier stated, "I WANT TO SEND OUT THE UTMOST RESPECT AND CONDOLENCES TO THE MEMORY OF JOHN RIVAS---aka MR. MAGIC. HE PASSED AWAY THIS MORNING OF A HEART ATTACK....." Premier went on to state how Mr. Magic paved the way for DJs and hip-hop as Magic created the first rap show on commercial radio, "Rap Attack", with Marley Marl, on New York's WBLS radio station. 

Mr. Magic was well respected by listeners and rappers, as well, as Magic's name can be heard on many classic hip-hop songs by the Notorious B.I.G. ("Juicy"), 2Pac ("Old School"), and Nas ("Halftime"). One of rap group Whodini's greatest hits, "Magic's Wand," is an early homage to the DJ.

From the early to late 1980's, Mr. Magic released over five volumes of compilations of many well-known rappers on "Mr. Magic's Rap Attack" (Profile Records). While he may have taken a break from the rap spotlight, in 2002, Mr. Magic hosted the fictional Wildstyle Pirate Radio on high-selling Rockstar video game "Grand Theft Auto: Vice City." extends our prayers and deepest sympathy to the family, friends, and those deeply affected by the permanent magic he left on hip-hop. Rest in Peace, Mr. Magic.

Free Music Friday: Fall Back Edition

As the temperature and the leaves fall, it doesn't mean the FMF falls with 'em as we provide you with many of free music to bang in your CD/MP3 player for the autumn season. Check it out!

Coast 2 Coast Mixtape :: Instrumentals Vol. 14

[As usual, Coast2Coast brings the hottest jams of the season, but they're the instrumental versions for y'all!]

50 Cent Feat. Ne-Yo - Baby By Me Instrumental
Nipsey Hussle - Hussle Is My Last Name Instrumental
6 Tre G - Fresh Instrumental
Sebastion - Wobbley Instrumental
Lil Flip - Da #1 Flyboy Instrumental
Faith Evans, Carl Thomas & Shyne - Cant Believe Instrumental (Throwback)
Saigon - Aye Aye Aye Instrumental
Keri Hilson Feat. Keyshia Cole - Get Your Money Up Instrumental
Jaicko Feat. Snoop Dogg - Oh Yeah Instrumental
Raekwon Feat. Lyfe Jennings - Catalina Instrumental
Wu Tang - Gravel Pit Instrumental (Throwback)
Nipsey Hussle Feat. Snoop Dogg - Gangstas Life Instrumental
Plies - Becky Instrumental
Drake Feat. Lil Wayne, Kanye West & Eminem - Forever Instrumental
Skillz - Inside A Change Instrumental
Dogg Pound - New York New York Instrumental
DC DA BEATDOC - Pain Instrumental
G-Funky Live - Beat 162 Instrumental
Nuclear O'Reilly - Mecha Instrumental
The Presidentz - What U Talkin Bout Instrumental
Nas - Nas Is Like Instrumental (Throwback)

Dead Poets :: To the Grave

[Here's a brand new free album from Dead Poets giving to you as they claim to take wack raps "To the Grave."]

1.The Creation Process
3.Dying Breed
4.So Long {feat. R4g3}
5.Blind Love
6.Don't Know How to Act
7.La La La
8.Palace of Wisdom
9.Out of My Mind {feat. Kyle Love}
10.Backpack Superheros {feat. Roebus One & T.O.N.E}
11.Tight Rope Walker
12.Hour Glass {feat. Sinical}
13.The Tight 3 {feat. A.U.R.C}
14.Parable of the Notebook and Pencil
15.The Last Romantics {feat. Rez}
16.Invisible Man

DJ Deadeye :: Hustle Hard Vol. 3


[DJ Deadeye brings you some of the newest songs you haven't heard on radio yet. Check it out as you see new and upcoming emcess share their talents as well.]

1.Intro ft. Mr.Peter Parker
2.Whatever U Want-Consequence ft.Kanye West & John Legend
3.Some Gangsta Shit-Alchemist ft.Fabolous
4.Wild Puerto Ricans-Dj Deadeye(ST.)ft.Tony Touch,Termanology & Ea$y Money
5.Hottest in The Hood(Rmx)-Red Cafe'ft.Jadakiss,Diddy,Rick Ross & Fabolous
6.Ain't Nuttin Changed(Compton to Queens Rmx)-Blaq Poet ft.Mc Eiht & Young Malay
7.D.O.A.(Deadeye Rmx)-Jay-Z & Royce da 5'9"
8.Wu-Tang Stay Rockin'-Raekwon
9.So Easy-Graph ft.Cassidy & Mr.Probz
10.WoodStock-SlaughterHouse ft. M.O.P.
11.RuckDown-Sean Price
12.Make it Fast-JDilla ft.Bun B & Termanology (ST.)
13.WarMode Freestyle-H-Blanco (ST.)
14.Hustle Hard Freestyle-Singapore Kane
15.Grind Season Freestyle-Termanology (ST.)
16.Choose your Side-La Coka Nostra ft. Bun B
17.What Can I Do-Raekwon
18.MY Niggaz-Young Vaughn
19.How High Can U Get-Tash ft. B-Real
20.Lite it Up-Hectic & Clip(ST.)ft.KokiMan
22.Always Strapped(Rmx)-Lil'Wayne,Rick Ross & Young Jeezy
23.Project Leaders-Trife da God ft.Freeway & Termanology
24.Shining Down-Lupe Fiasco ft.Matthew Santos
25.Blame it on the Weed-Wayne Marshall
26.Blood Brothaz-Dj Deadeye(ST.)ft. ST.da Squad
27.P.S.A. Outro ft. Mr.Peter Parker
28.Last Two-Young Chris & Freeway
29.Hate-Blaq Poet ft. N.O.R.E
30.Magnificent(Rmx)-Rick Ross ft.Special ED,Diddy,Big Boi,John Legend

DJ Heron :: Strictly 4 Addicts 2

[Here's a dope mix by DJ Heron as he plays many of the classic hip-hop joints you'll ever reminisce!]

1. Wu-Tang Clan - C.R.E.A.M. (Instrumental)
2. The Notorious B.I.G. - Unbelievable
3. The Roots - The Next Movement
4. Mos Def - Ms. Fat Booty
5. Beatnuts - Props Over Here
6. O.C. - Time's Up
7. O.C., Chubb Rock, Jeru Tha Damaja - Crooklyn Dodgers (Remix)
8. A Tribe Called Quest - Jazz (We've Got)
9. Das EFX - Real Hip Hop
10. EPMD - Strictly Business
11. Eric B. & Rakim - Microphone Fiend
12. Gang Starr - Words I Manifest
13. Nas - Represent
14. O.G.C. (Originoo Gunn Clappaz) - Gunn Clapp
15. Big Punisher - Beware
16. Common & Hi-Tek - Tekzilla
17. Alkaholiks - Aww Shit!
18. KRS-One f/ Das EFX - The Real Hip Hop
19. Grandmaster Flash & the Furious Five - The Message
20. Kurtis Blow - The Breaks
21. Incredible Bongo Band - Apache
22. West Street Mob - Breakdance Electric Boogie
23. Art of Noise - Beat Box
24. Grandmaster Melle Mel - White Lines
25. Strafe - Set it Off
26. Kraftwerk - Trans Euro Express
27. O.C. - It's My World
28. O.G.C. - Swollen
29. Group Home - Up Against the Wall

Jern Eye :: The Eye Exam: Prequel to Vision

[To give the fans a visual to Jern Eye's upcoming album "Vision," Eye decides to drop this mixtape to give them a preview of what to expect on his album. Now that's an eyeful and earful as well.]

1. The One feat. Khai Sharrieff
2. L feat. Lunar Heights
3. 21 feat. Kristo
4. No Weak Links feat. Lunar Heights
5. Something feat. Lunar Heights
6. Do What It Do feat. Nightclubber Lang,
7. Burnin feat. Cali Agents (Geenome Remix)
8. Audio Effective feat. Lunar Heights 9. So & So feat. Guilty Simpson
10. Food
11. G.A.M.E. remix feat. Shing02
12. Rush
13. Right Here feat. Stacy Epps & Lunar Heights
14. What U Want feat. The Regiment
15. Get Down
16. Step feat. Noelle Scaggs & Lunar Heights
17. Checkmate
18. Keep It Cool
19. Man feat. Lunar Heights
20. Champion feat. Rakaa Iriscience, Nighclubber Lang & Noelle Scaggs

Kage Sparks & Black Caz :: Life or Death

[Kage Sparks gets plenty of props here on His record, "The World is My Block" made it on the Nines list and that ain't a easy thang to do. This one is a joint project with him and a Chicago emcee named Black Caz. Take time to check out "Life or Death" and choose wisely.]

1. Resurrection
2. Le Régime
3. Bang
4. Believe (f/ Scribe Johnson)
5. Fucked Up
6. Shut Em Down
7. Sometimes
8. Life I Live (f/ Diaynostx)
9. The Underworld
10. Fa the Love
11. Change Yo Life
12. Run That
13. Keep it Live
14. Beware of the Beast
15. How the Hustles Play (f/ Cali)
16. My People
17. Dedication

Lee Bannon :: The Checkpoint Mixtape


[Sac-Town's own Lee Bannon gets behind many instrumentals done by U-N-I, Terminalogy, Talib Kweli, and others. Check "The Checkpoint" and you'll see he's on the run to run hip-hop instead of relaxing in the trendy pit stops.]

1. Intromental
2. The Return Part 2 (f/ U-N-I, Talib Kweli, Zion I, and Sha Stimuli)
3. Winter Coat feat. Willie The Kid
4. I
5. Painted Gold (f/ Zion I and Uptown Swuite)
6. Wanna Be Rapper (f/ Trife Diesel)
7. The Climb (f/ C Plus)
8. Break Up (f/ Saigon)
9. Out For Me (f/ Poor)
10. Steam
11. Vitamin B (f/ U-N-I & Curtains)
12. Lions For Lambs (f/ S.O.L.)
13. What's Your Zodiac (f/ The Jacka and Phil The Agony)
14. What's In (f/ Poor)

Lil~Ronnie :: The Next Best Thing

[Lil~Ronnie is on his way to be the next Brock Lesnar of hip-hop as he calls himself "The Next Best Thing" while he still young in the game. This free mixtape by this New York artist/producer show the talent he got as a lyricist, as well as a beatmaker.]

1. Intro
2. What it Is
3. Track Whiping
4. Hustle Rhymes
5. My On Way
6. Patiently
7. Pay Attention (f/ Whiskey)
8. Skit
9. 08' Presidents
10. Get Lifted
11. Choices
12. Skit
13. One You Need (f/ Yada)
14. Attitude
15. Public Announcement (f/ Cheap and Whiskey)
16. Premier Flow
17. Struggle Skit
18. Struggle
19. Outro
*Bonus Freestyle*

Pryme :: The Uncut Raw Mixtape

[Quick, someone call the DEA! We got the "Uncut Raw" mixtape with no additives all done by this Bronx native Pryme. I think I might get arrested giving this one away, d/l this before it'll be six in the morning with police at your door.]

1) Pryme Intro

Señor Kaos :: Walk Softly & Carry A Big Brick

[The late Theodore Roosevelt shoulda known that a twig wouldn't be a match with a hard concrete brick. It ain't all white, either, but it'll hit hard enough to catch a nosebleed. Señor Kaos brings those elements in this mixtape as he also has a tribute to the legendary rap group De La Soul. Hear this one!]

1. Walk Softly Intro
2. Wake Up Time TSS Remix
3. Wandering Soul (Produced By 2 Hungry Bros.)
4. Classic Example Feat. 4 Ize & Punchline
5. Mr. Hollywood Remix Feat. P.So (Formerly P.Casso)
6. Trap Door Remix Feat. KeiPH & S.O.U.L. Purpose (Produced By Jake One)
7. Fallin Remix w/ Jaspects
8. Best In Show Remix Feat. Binkis Recs (Produced By Deep of 2 Hungry Bros.)
9. Ignorant Shit (Produced By Von Pea)
10. Move And Shake Feat. 4th Pyramid (Produced By Squashy Nice)
11. Searching For An Outlet Feat. Young Chris, Wale, & Bun B
12. Summer Madness Remix Feat. Daniel Joseph (Produced By Dj Spinna)
13. Word Play Remix Feat. Wale & Curren$y (Produced By 9th Wonder)
14. Floatin' Remix w/ Stacy Epps (Produced By Apex)
15. The Anthem Feat. Mel Ink, Sl One, Cuts By Dj Razor Ramon
16. Foolish Remix Feat. Ozy Reigns & Mojo Swagger (Produced By Dj Shakim)
17. Slick Money Feat. P.So (Produced By Large Professor)
18. Flavor In Ya Ear 2009 Feat. 4 Ize, Punchline, & PH (Pumpkinhead)
19. 20 Years High & Rising (Homage To De La Soul) Feat. Von Pea & Homeboy Sandman (Produced By Dave West)
20. Carry A Big Brick Outro
21. BONUS: Million MC March Feat. J.Mill, Pgnut, Jax (R.I.P.), John Robinson, Trip, E Class, Flux, Wysztsk, Bambu, Melo, A.D., 4 Ize, Stahhr, Jawz Of Life, Rubix, Tone, &  Manchild aka (ATL Underground)

STeaDY :: Anti-Gravity

[STeaDY keeps his "ea" lower-cased, but he stay in the game y'all. "Anti Gravity Mixtape" has Don Cannon by his side as STeaDY floats and flows throughout this mixtape over diversed beats. That's one step for man and a giant leap for STeaDY.]

1. Anti Gravity Intro
2. Make a Kiliin
3. Money in my Pocket
4. Straight Spit (Interlude) Don Cannon Drops In
5. Living
6. The Business
7. Pushin
8. M.O.N.E.Y. (f/ Foss the Boss)
9. She Gotta be Thoro-bred (Skit)
10. She Like It
11. Ay Oh
12. Body Spray
13. Shine On
14. Caked Up
15. Anti Gravity Outro



Cause - Summer's End

Concise Kilgore f/ Evidence, Guilty Simpson & DJ Revolution

Jae Millz f/ So Uniq - Sextape

Solo Banton - Old Time Something

That's it for the "Fall Back Edition" of "Free Music Fridays." If you have any free music you would like to share with the world, please e-mail me at If you're an artist with your free mixtape/album shown on this page and you want to send me a link re-up, corrections, and/or questions, e-mail me at, as well. Thanks for reading and enjoy y'all! Two fangas, one love....
Black Eyed Peas and V Australia Charity Drive

From Special Ops:

Black Eyed Peas have partnered with Richard Branson’s newest airline - V Australia - to create an once-in-a-lifetime experience to benefit the Telethon Institute for Child Health Research in Australia.

Now available through eBay auction, people can bid for the chance to fly from Los Angeles on V Australia to Melbourne where, after a night in the city, they will board a private flight headed for Perth with the Black Eyed Peas.  On that flight these lucky winners will experience a live Black Eyed Peas performance, as the band attempts to break two world records: one for the highest live performance and the other for the highest recorded track.  After the exclusive in-flight performance, a Mile High karaoke party with the band takes off.

Upon arriving in Perth, winners will spend 2 nights and attend the Black Eyed Peas The E.N.D World Tour at Burswood Dome.

This exciting auction is already underway and really heating up towards its conclusion this Saturday, October 3rd.

This once-in-a-life time experience leaves LA on October 6th, returning October 11th.  All airfare, hotel and transfers included.

For more information, please go here: .

PR - Trends Has Sex With Machines

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Chamillionaire Set to Release "Venom" on December 8th



Thousands spoke up for the album’s original title after Chamillionaire went out to fans for suggestions via his highly trafficked site .

(Houston, TX – Friday, October 1, 2009) – Few artists have embraced the monster that is the internet and its abundance of social networking tools quite as comprehensively as Platinum, Grammy-winning rap artist, Chamillionaire; using it to engage with fans for everything from Twitter takeovers to live broadcasts from his own highly trafficked site, Last week saw him go out to his legions of fans visiting the site daily and asking for their input in renaming his upcoming Chamillitary/Universal Republic third album release, which had originally been titled “Venom”; a name Chamillionaire felt he should change as the growth and direction of the album’s intended tracks, to him, no longer fit the moniker. Thousands submitted title suggestions and after narrowing it down, Chamillionaire put his top ten picks up for a vote on his site. To his surprise, his original album title “Venom” won by an overwhelming margin and, a man of his word, the newly-entitled, highly anticipated “Venom” is set to hit stores nationwide December 8, 2009.

“I wanna show all of my haters love. This song’s for you…,” Chamillionaire sings melodically on the intro to Venom’s lead single, “Good Morning”. Produced by DJ Frank E., with a track inspired by Tom Petty’s 1989 smash, “Free Fallin’ “, this ode to killing your naysayers with kindness feels as comfortable as an old friend and fits seamlessly into any Top 40 radio playlist. In fact, the single has already found a home on many Top 40 stations since being serviced earlier this month.

As far as other possible singles or artist features on “Venom” go, Chamillionaire is keeping that information pretty close to the vest, saying cryptically on his site’s blog, ”Venom stands for ‘visually entertaining negatives of money’. I plan to shoot visuals to accompany the leakage of multiple records. I won’t be talking too much about features and producers. Well, at least I will try not to. The visuals should do the talking.”

Plans for the first of these visuals, the music video for “Good Morning” are already in the works with a shoot expected in Los Angeles in the next couple of weeks.

About Chamillionaire

Hailed around the world for his major label platinum-plus debut smash album, The Sound of Revenge, the disc became one of the most influential hip-hop records in 2006, with the versatile Chamillionaire emerging as a mainstream multi-platform entrepreneur. The single and video for “Ridin’ featuring Krayzie Bone” became the most requested hip-hop anthem, soaring to the top of the urban, hip-hop and mainstream radio charts, almost single-handedly transforming the digital landscape.  Chamillionaire was crowned the biggest selling Ringtone artist ever, with over 5 million ringtone sales, and was certified by the RIAA as the first multi-platinum Mastertone artist in history. His Myspace site has exceeded 15 million profile views, earning him over 4 million in digital sales, outselling established stars such as Nelly and T.I. In keeping with the outpouring of recognition, the charismatic performer beat out proven superstars 50 Cent, Busta Rhymes and others for Best Rap Video of the Year honors for the groundbreaking “Ridin’” video, featuring Krayzie Bone, at the 2006 MTV Video Music Awards.   In addition, the Houston rapper won “Rookie of the Year” and the prestigious “Alltell Wireless People’s Champ Award” (viewer’s choice) at the first ever BET Hip Hop Awards, as well as a nod at the American Music Awards for Favorite New Breakthrough Artist.  In February 2007, Chamillionaire received his first Grammy Award win in the Best R&B Performance By Duo Or Group category for “Ridin’.” In 2007, Chamillionaire released his sophomore effort, Ultimate Victory which debuted in the Top 10 of the Top 200 Sales Chart and was critically acclaimed as one of the best hip hop albums of the year.
Cunninlynguists Set For "Strange Journey 2009" Tour

From Alex Mohler:

OCTOBER 1, 2009



Fueled by the fire of their current release STRANGE JOURNEY VOLUME ONE (Bad Taste Records), hip-hop trio CUNNINLYNGUISTS have announced dates for their 2009 “Strange Journey” US Tour, kicking off November 10 in Atlanta, GA.

The new tracks, production work and remixes that appear on STRANGE JOURNEY VOLUME ONE span an array of stylistic inspiration that displays what makes CUNNINLYNGUISTS a hip-hop anomaly.  Sampling genres from psych-rock to blues, new romantic and polka, the group has been compared to UGK and Atmosphere in the same breath, while producing tracks for everyone from Lil' Scrappy to KRS-One, as well as sharing stages with Kanye West and Aesop Rock to equal success. The upcoming live dates will showcase the trio’s explosive delivery to audiences across the nation, including dates in Orlando, New Orleans, Los Angeles, Seattle, Denver, Chicago, Boston and many others. Additional tour dates and details follow below.

Joining CUNNINLYNGUISTS for the “Strange Journey” Tour is fellow Bad Taste Records artists LOOPTROOP ROCKERS—the European hip-hop pioneers who released their new album GOOD THINGS on August 25. In this new collection of songs, the ever-expanding musical explorations and message laden lyrical depth of LOOPTROOP ROCKERS is displayed, highlighting the work of the influential group that exists as forerunners of the independent movement. Their upcoming live performances will mark the trio’s first stateside dates in over four years.

Also joining CUNNINLYNGUISTS and LOOPTROOP ROCKERS for the “Strange Journey” 2009 tour is Grieves (With Budo) and Tunji for all dates. Tickets for most shows are on-sale now.
Dates for the STRANGE JOURNEY 2009 tour include:
Nov-10 – Atlanta, GA – Drunken Unicorn
Nov-12 – Orlando, FL – Backbooth
Nov-14 – New Orleans, LA – Parish @ House of Blues
Nov-15 - Dallas, TX - The Prophet Bar
Nov-16 – Austin, TX – Emo’s Lounge
Nov-18 – Scottsdale, AZ – Chasers
Nov-20 – Los Angeles – Viper Room
Nov-21 – Berkeley, CA – Shattuck Down Low
Nov-22 – Eugene, OR – WOW Hall
Nov-24 – Portland, OR – Hawthorne Theatre
Nov-25 – Seattle, WA – Nuemos
Nov-27 – Salt Lake City, UT – Urban Lounge
Nov-28 – Denver, CO – Larimer Lounge
Nov-29 – Steamboat Springs, CO – Ghost Ranch Saloon
Nov-30 - Fort Collins, CO - Aggie Theater
Dec-01 – Boulder, CO – Fox Theatre
Dec-02 – Omaha, NE – Waiting Room
Dec-03 – Minneapolis, MN – 7th St Entry
Dec-04 – Madison – High Noon
Dec-05 – Chicago, IL – Subterranean
Dec-09 – Burlington, VT – Higher Ground
Dec-10 – Boston, MA – Paradise

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