What y’all young’ns know ’bout screaming vocals on them anger banger tracks, repping M.O.P. til you d-i-e? Ha! Probably a lot if you frequent this blog spot. So suffice it to say you know Billy Danze. Well, get ready to know some more via this “6 O’Clock Briefing” joint we got cued up for the President (and you)…
Billy Danze decided to talk about some issues going on in the country. By delivering to our PRESIDENT his “6 O’clock Briefing.”
Real talk. Really listen to what Danze is spittin’.
Unity Sound with the wind up & down for the long weekend set. It’s the “Dance Mood 11” mix. Described as Dancehall with a twist of Pop, it’s euphoric listening if you catch a vibe from this genre of music. At the least, it is great background music (with touches of Hip-Hop and R&B in there, too) for whatever shindig go to or throw for two… or more. Enjoy!
I’m just trying to chill girl; get to know ya.
I got some things that I’d like to show ya.
Famous first words… of a playa spitting that rhyme game like Pooh do. Relax as he and Moses put it down on the Praise trax. Smooth dopeness for you to enjoy, so “Relax Yaself.”
Point blank: To start, you NEED to catch the homie DJ Rasta Root on deck at the Smokin Shells DJ Stage for this year’s One Musicfest in Atlanta (Georgia, USA), Saturday, September 10, 2016, at Lakewood Amphitheatre.
As an enticement for those who have yet to make that go-no go decision, as well as to serve as a consolation for those who cannot make it to The ATL, here is DJ Rasta Root’s 2016 Official One Musicfest Mixtape … “SeratoCast Mix 58”
Okay, so a significant portion of the blog-o-sphere considers this rehash of Desiigner’s “Tiimmy Turner” a ‘shots fired’ situation…the shots being let off by the legend that did the joint, DJ Premier. Listen for yourself, and make up your own mind. But the track bangs (with that “Twilight Zone” rip in there). And dropping in that South Park sample, “TIMMY!” Well, that’s just… dope!! Haaaa!
Nipsey Hussle will forever stay in grind mode. It’s in the name, and it’s his “State Of Mind” as long as he is in the rap game. Count on it. Like Nip counted on Y2 for the feature on this new track dropped for #MarathonMonday (Nipsey’s continuing campaign to keep your summer music stash stocked with good Hip-Hop).
(Montana can do something for your song with a banging hook. Just saying…)
Remember that RAW mixtape fire spitting, no songy-singing Drizzy that was the unadulterated beast emcee with no let-up back in the day? Miss that Drake? Well, don’t miss this unreleased heat he recorded over Yeezy’s production back then (2009). Yep, “You Know, You Know” you wanna hear it. Go on and press play!
If the leaks’ heat is any indicator of the temperature level of Joell Ortiz’s and Domingo’s project “That’s Hip-Hop” (out now)… then this “Walk With Me” is another signal of a banging body of work. Know what? Hear proof for yourself after the jump (where the album stream is embedded). And just as you get used to Whispers collaborating with Chris Rivers all the time, Joell drafts the homie for a track attack. Beat by Domingo & Armada Beatz.
Shabaam Sahdeeq has an album (“Timeless: Of The Collection”) coming first thing 2017. “Limitless” (produced by DJ Doom) is a leak of that sweet boom bappage I am hoping fills the whole project playlist. Check it. And check out a bio blurb on S.S. after the jump.
Can you believe there are still more bangers to drop from De La Soul’s new album “and the Anonymous Nobody…” though? You should, because here is another – “Greyhounds” featuring Usher. So dope… and there’s a story behind this jawn, too.
We were taking a break from recording to drive and get some food. Along the way we passed the bus station and someone in the car said, in a tour guide voice, “and to the left is the bus station where people come from everywhere to get their piece of Hollywood.” I immediately thought that would be a great song, having the entry and departure point of the story be the Greyhound bus station. A few weeks later, music from a jam session presented itself as a perfect fit for that subject, birthing the song “Greyhounds.”
I mean, you’ve hung out and chilled… fell through a party spot full of the good looks, good drank and smoke… but can you really say you’ve done it like they did it in this Kid Ink (featuring Jeremih & Spice) video. That is, did you do it “Nasty” though? Are you sure?? Better watch just to be sure.
(Or you could just enjoy the cool music and aaaaallll them damn candied hams and yams pon dem sweet sexy sexies!!)
With The Game promising the release of his “1992” album in September, this “All Eyez” jawn adds to the case that it will is a promising project. “All Eyez” (featuring Jeremih) is produced by legendary “Lean Back” beat beast Scott Storch. Think The Game minded that pool water his girl purposefully drizzled on him when she got out?? HA!!!
The “American Eyes” is my jam. Truth. But I gotta be in the mood and the mode, ya know? Play it and you’ll probably get it. The music feels like you descend a dark staircase to a lower level… a huge dimly lit seating/listening lounger is where I sit vibing to this… the rest of the massive room fades into bare visibility. Dark room vibe music. But there will be nodding. Best I can explain it. Now keep reading (and continue after the jump) for the scoop on Promises Ltd.
Promises Ltd. is the union of Jeremy Malvin otherwise known as electronic musician Chrome Sparks and Charlie Brand of the band Miniature Tigers. The duo’s eponymous debut EP will be released on August 26th.
“…with melting wax and loosened strings
Sunk hapless Icarus on unfaithful wings”
Alt-R&B with all the reverb you need. Gave me shivers and twitches, and I’m not really an R&B dude like that. Hypnotic vibe to this “Descent” jam. Decent effort, midnight. Kudos to you! More on the artist after the jump. After the FREE download link.
DOWNLOAD: MIDNIGHT – DESCENT (PROD. BY YLXR)
Stupid dope dance refix of the Marvin Gaye “Sexual Healing!” Beatnick & K-Salaam get extra kudos for this. And playing it might get you up and into your go to two-step wherever you are, so listen with caution. Good times ahead.
(And that artwork… gotta love it!)