I gave this joint a listen from Kid Mystro, it wasn’t that bad. So I’m throwing it up..Check it out.
The homie Pharaoh Ivan sent this over…I gave it a listen cause I saw the feature with Murph Watkins who I’ve been featuring plenty on the blog..I’m diggin the EP. Check it out.
The Seventh Seed EP is a seven track project written and performed by Pharaoh Ivan. It is a autobiographic project and the title, seventh seed, is in reference to being the seventh son of his father. The project was recorded in Chicago’s South Loop while The Pharaoh was a student at Columbia College Chicago, he dropped out after a semester. The bulk of the project’s production comes from Toronto’s soul giant, Talen Ted. The EP is beyond soulful and Pharaoh’s raw, honest lyrics are backgrounded almost perfect with the nostalgic beats and classic samples. The project features Chicago’s upcoming emcee Murph Watkins and Brooklyn’s very own, MARS.
Man it’s been a long day for me..so I slowed up the posting later in the day..I’m try to stay awake and post some more joints on here, and I’m gonna start it off with this free LP from AMsoc. I posted a couple tracks from these dudes the last few weeks, and now we get an entire project. Check it out.
Georgia Anne Muldrow & Dudley Perkins gives folks a preview of their album The Lighthouse. I gave it a listen and man I’m impressed with the sound of the album, I definitely think this is worth the cop. Check it out.
Also they’ll be having an album release party both in NYC and L.A. check it out.
I’m digging the EP brought to you from Marchitect and Brazilian producer Dr. Drumah. Check it out.
Yaheard Records presents World Wide Vibe the new collaboration album between Marchitect (from The 49ers) and Brazilian producer Dr. Drumah. The album features the lead single and video “Pump Up The Volume”, the latest video “World Wide Vibe” as well as a guest appearance from The 49ers’ Jas Mace. Dr. Drumah’s jazzy production with crisp snares and kicks, compliments Marchitect’s smooth baritone flow. The 6 song Ep, is available through Yaheard Records, as fans can name their own price.
Diggin this. Check it out.
Generation A is a free mix by E. Grizzly written to the production of RJD2. All the songs on Generation A are remixed, rearranged versions of RJD2 beats with E. Grizzly dropping his poetic, philosophical lyricism on top. It’s E. Grizzly’s 3rd mix release with Philly Kid Group in the past 16 months. Generation A was recorded and mixed by producer 9th Element at PKG Studios in Philadelphia.
I’ve been following Tree for a minute and appreciate his music, so I was looking forward to this album dropping off the strength of the couple tracks I heard, and now here it is. Give a listen. Check it out.
Diggin this. Check it out.
South Central rhymesayer Curtessy and Johannesburg-based beatsmith The Militia has come together with The DJBooth to bring listeners their debut collaborative project, the Look What the Streets Made EP.
The project packs six original jams from the emcee-producer duo, including reader-approved lead single “Muzik Therapy.” AWKWORD, Chaundon and Rome Clientel make guest appearances throughout the project, which is produced entirely by The Militia.
JSWISS let’s loose of his newest project Awthenticity. Check it out.
“Real has been overused to the point that its true meaning has been lost. To some people it means having girls, cars and jewelry, and to some it means be overly conscious to the point that it’s hard to relate. But when something’s “Awthentic”, it doesn’t fit into a box, it just IS. Go out and be “Awthentic” and see all of the amazing things you can do.”
Well, here it is. Tone Liv’s new album Cheap Porn, Tall Cans, & T.V. Dinners. Tone worked hard on this project and the blog is proud to present it. With production by Pryme Prolifik, Nemisis, 4th Assassin, and DJ Priority just to name a few, this album is one of Tone’s best works to date. Support Jerz and give this joint a listen, or you can really support the work and throw in a few dollars for the joint, whatever is in your heart…but definitely rock out to some Jersey dope. Check it out.
If you’d like to pre-order a quality hard copy of this project, send 10 dollars plus 2 dollars shipping (5 dollars international) to Tone Liv’s paypal, firstname.lastname@example.org, with correct address info and we’ll get one out to you. Hard copies should be out by May 25th.
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