Posts Tagged ‘MIXTAPE’
Held every First Friday of the month, our homie & superior sound selector DJ Kemit’s event – Soul Makossa – is where the cool & sexy music lovers are. Simple. If you are there every month, congrats. If not, get over to Sound Table over on Edgewood (downtown Atlanta, Georgia, USA) for the next one… your friends will already be there (old and new)! Oh, we got Kemit’s latest hour-strong promo mix on that below. HOT! We’re sure the Dominican portion of Jayforce’s DNA is definitely digging this joint right here!
— DJ Kemit (@DJKemit) September 4, 2014
Is… Is this FREE? Get it. Get it now! Haaa! Well, actually Floyd The Locsmif (eh-hem, that’s Mr. Smif, to you) blessed the inbox with the DropBox Bandcamp linkage for a kit to make your sets hit; so we pass the blessing on to you. DJs – we doin’ it for you again! Now, if DJ’ing is not your trade, you can still be a DJ-for-one by downloading the sounds via the “In The Loop Radio” Episode 3 (Loops And Essentials) link below. Do something nice for your ears.
Busta Rhymes is gearing up to release his next album ‘E.L.E.2’ next year while Q-Tip is set to release ‘The Last Zulu’ project in 2014 as well. Needless to say ‘The Abstract & The Dragon’ project is a nice 28-track appetizer of remixes, classic joints, & new collaborations all sparked by the ‘Thank You’ single that featured Kanye West & Lil Wayne. Listen, download, & check the tracklisting below…..
Mixtape heat from Lunch Tha General entitled “What’s For Lunch?” (Part 2), hosted by radio personality Chris Loos. Lunch finished this mixtape despite numerous hospitalizations due to progressive kidney failure associated with his life-long battle with Lupus. Beasted it out with only 7% kidney function, and still awaiting a kidney transplant!
See that? Really can’t hear other emcees complaints over the noise of this dude’s grind. Respect!
Pay attention. It’s here! The fully Pete Rock-produced Camp Lo mixtape is out; just as we posted it would be earlier. “Meagan Good” (featuring Mac Miller) is on it, plus a plethora of cuts with lyrical contributions from the likes of Talib Kweli, M.O.P., and Ab-Soul. Stream/download FREE below.
Another exclusive promotional mix of music from DJ Jah Prince for Sunsplash Media. Chronixx and the Zincfence Band will be LIVE in concert at Apache Cafe May 28, 2013 alongside Liuns Den, Saroc, Sol Messiah.
Chronixx/Tarrus Riley Intro
Rain Music – Chronixx
Judgement – Chronixx
I Am Chronixx – Chronixx
Beat & A Mic – Chronixx
Plant It – Chronixx
Smile Jamaica – Chronixx
See Her Face – Chronixx
Aint No Giving In – Chronixx
Start A Fyah – Chronixx
Here Comes Trouble – Chronixx
Most I – Chronixx
Rastafari – Liuns Den ft. Ekundayo, Brane, LuzWed
Beyond Curtain – Chronixx
Fine Line – Sa-Roc
Odd Ras – Chronixx
Warrior (JA Style) – Chronixx
Warrior – Chronixx
Selassie Souljahz – Chronixx ft. Kabaka Pyramid, Protoje & Sizzla Kalongi
Thanks and Praise – Chronixx
Outro – Lady Flame aka Fierce
Click HERE to download or listen to the player below.
Part five of the promo series for Cooyah Clothing (established since 1987), a Jamaican clothing company now ready to expand into South American and Africa with a powerful distribution deal. These CDs get sent out with each customer purchase but JAYFORCE.COM still got the first linkz to listen!!
We must salute the new followers of the blog from China to Ghana. This mix highlights artists like Chronixx, Queen Ifrica, Singing Melody, Karen Smith and Iba Mahr but features a dynamic reggae combination from Gentleman & Marcia Griffiths. All the songs are available for digital download via iTunes. Please Purchase & Support Reggae Music. See you this weekend in Jamaica at Rebel Salute 2013!
Love Ultra Radio is a live mix show heard weekly on DaFlavaRadio.com by DJ Jah Prince and syndicated in Gambia via Vibes 106.1FM. These selected tracks range from current urban and neo-soul artists (many heard for the first time here). During the last 3 years, the mixes move from pop to soul to club classics and this will showcase that effort. Jah Prince is the official DJ for the monthly ‘POWERSHOOT’ and industry mixer held at House Of Blended Ink (HOBI) . This blog will always have the first link! #Salute
Twitter: @LoveUltraRadio @HOBI_ATL @JahPrince
Facebook: Love Ultra Radio
This is the dancehall and reggae selections that were mixed by DJ Jah Prince and physical cds passed out to the patrons of the now 7-year monthly club party in Atlanta called ‘Face Off’. This mix features a new mash-up mix from Chip-Fu off of Snoop Lion’s La La La and some new tracks from Esco, Tommy Lee, Vybz Kartel and a wicked combo from Busy Signal & Gappy Ranks. The hip hop selections that compliment this were mixed by DJ Rasta Root.
Face Off is held on the Second (2nd) Friday of every month at the MJQ Concourse, located at 736 Ponce De Leon Place NE, Atlanta, GA 30306.
Follow the team on twitter: @FaceOffFridays @DJRastaRoot @JahPrince @MasterBaby @RasGoldie
The Philly Freezer! Early! Freeway sits down with Fuse TV’s Esteban on The Mixdown and shares what he was going for on his “Freedom of Speech” mixtape. This video clip is rich: with shots of the two chatting and roaming the streets, vibing in-studio to the tracks, and even Freeway dropping a verse or two. Check it.
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Love Ultra Radio is a live mix show heard weekly on DaFlavaRadio.com by DJ Jah Prince. As you can see, the tracks selected are a mix of current urban and neo-soul artists (many heard for the first time hear). During the last 3 years, several major steps have been made to network including working directly with this blog as both brands strive to bring good music to the fans. Jah Prince, the monthly ‘POWERSHOOT’ official DJ and the dynamic partners of House Of Blended Ink (HOBI) are set to release Mix CD #6. This blog will always have the first link! #Salute
Twitter: @LoveUltraRadio @HOBI_ATL @JahPrince
Listen + Download Individual Tracks Mix (HERE)
If it’s posted on here you already know it’s not the same ol’ bullsh**, right? Okay then. Brooklyn’s own Joey Bada$$ has been on here in several posts; and now this worthy artist drops a worthy mixtape – “Rejex.” Dope! In addition to our say so, peep the list of producers credited: Madlib, Lord Finnesse, 9th Wonder, and MF Doom…and more. Yeah, it’s like that. Go on and download/listen to “Rejex” here.
DOWNLOAD: JOEY BADA$$ – REJEX (MIXTAPE)
More mellow reggae vibes as this is part four of the promo series for Cooyah Clothing (established since 1987), a Jamaican clothing company now doing business in Florida. These CDs get sent out with purchase orders but JayForce.com still got the first linkz to listen!!
We must salute the new followers of the blog from France and Kenya. This mix highlights artists like I-Octane, Gramps Morgan, Chronixx, the dynamic reggae bands Bonafide and Dub Tonic Kru, songstress Tasha T and Romain Virgo.
Another collection of Dancehall tracks mixed by DJ Jah Prince for CY Clothing Inc., a clothing company based in Florida representing the Jamaican culture since 1987. This mix also includes the Summer Wave & BBQ Riddim and fresh new combinations tracks. I personally like: Back to Life ft T.I. – Sean Kingston; Run Road – Aidonia & Deablo; Come Wine – Specialist & Spice. Bramma, Mavado, Popcaan, Konshens, Shuga, Chronixx and Stylo G.
Gotta salute Estelle with this video as we see some candid shots of this soulful singer and her life on tour. Cameos in the end included the wicked producer Jazzwad, celebrity dancer John Hype, Beenie Man, Patexx, Iyara, Bawse Dawg and the Grung Gaad himself Bounty Killer as she stopped of in Jamaica. This song is off her album All Of Me and was also featured on the Love Ultra Mix CD – Part Two.
A funny scene is her being led to the stage to perform on the beach and she looking back at security guard like ‘HELP NUHH’ and then her trying to form the ‘A’ with her fingers to rep for ‘The Alliance’. As we celebrate Jamaica’s 50th year of Independence… This reminds me why ‘Jamaica Nice!’
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Straight from Love and Hip Hop (Atlanta) this is the front cover from the next K.Michelle project. Fans have waited for this mixtape for some time and it’s good to know she teamed up with Trendsetter DJ Sense. Now it doesn’t matter if you’ve seen the show on VH1 or if you just want to hang up her photo, she has talent and a story to tell especially because of her work with ‘Saving Our Daughters’.
The main OATH PROJECT objective is to encourage 50,000 teens and 250,000 adults with preteens to be oath and action takers by August 31, 2012. The Oath gives 8 immediate action steps to prevent bullying in their lives and around the world. Go to the Oath tab to take the OATH and take ACTION today!
Phone: 1 (866) 437-5770
Follow on Twitter: @KMichelle + @KMichelleFans
Now when this track ‘Caught Up’ appeared on CY Evolution 4, the title also said ‘3-Way’ and there was some questions from the female fans however this official video clears it all up. Wayne Wonder has always been a talented artist and this shows his vocal range, harmonies and songwriting ability, and yes he’s still doing his lil two-step dance LOL. Shouts to Cooyah sponsors and Jamaican actor Paul Campbell from Shottas who peaked in at the end.
Find him online Twitter: @WayneWonder25 + on Facebook WayneWonder4Life
Dope visuals for this track that was a high request to be added to the Love Ultra Mix CD #4. Yes it has that cool reggae vibe so the water and waves fit perfect as we move into the summer. Keep It Like It Is is produced by Grammy Award Winning Supa Dups from the Black Chiney Sound System, and is taken from the “In the Inbetween” EP available now via:
Director/Editor: Joe Dietsch
Producer: Dannie Fite
Another collection of Dancehall tracks mixed by Atlanta’s DJ Jah Prince for CY Clothing Inc., a clothing company based in Florida but who reps the Jamaican culture since 1987. This mix also includes a snippet from the Sunsplash Mix Show radio interview with female artist Mystic as we preview the 1st Quarters Riddim from veteran producer Tony ‘CD’ Kelly.
This mix is in the streets but online for the fans and family FIRST here at www.jayforce.com #RealTalk + Tracked Version :: HERE ::
This is the dancehall and reggae selections that were mixed by JahPrince and physical cds passed out to the patrons of the now 7-year monthly club party in Atlanta called ‘Face Off’. This mix features new music from Gramps Morgan, Mavado, Busy Signal, Bramma, Gappy Ranks, Tifa and more!
The hip hop selections that compliment this were mixed by DJ Rasta Root and can be heard at: http://classicexample.podomatic.com