Hey, Fashawn just dropped the new video for “Ride & Smokin’.” This song is on some DJ Quik-esque, serious west coast funk. The video feels like hanging out with Fash (ala Gin ‘n’ Juice). I almost got a contact high just watching at my desk.
|The song is from the Grizzly City 3 mixtape, download it here: http://www.djbooth.net/index/mixtapes/entry/fashawn-grizzly-city-3/|
Produced by Rashad Thomas of Columbus, Ohio’s the 3rd, ITM finds Stalley returning to his Ohio roots – American muscle cars and hard 808 kicks. Stalley, who was born and raised in the working class city of Massillon, says of the project, “This is Midwest music, with a New York mentality.”
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Fred Knuxx is back with two exclusive bangers! “Desire and Ambition“ produced by Sean Ross. A track where Knuxx lets you in on what’s been going on the past year with him and his career and “Elevation” featuring Balance produced by Centric off their new EP coming soon.
Beloved Haitian singer, songwriter and activist “Freedom” - www.freedomrecordz.com – has released the single “Move On” in Canada, after it became a huge hit in the US. The single is now available on iTunes. “Move On” is a compelling heart-felt revelation of encouragement, motivation and vision, written to help spark the hope and endurance for Haiti. The single will be accompanied by Freedom’s new documentary “Move On”, which Freedom is currently working on in Toronto. All proceeds will go to the non-profit foundation Save Haiti Today - www.savehaititoday.com – the direct grassroots effort of Freedom to help re-build Haiti.
“Move On” is part of his new international album to be released in 2011 and will be available in stores across Canada, including iTunes. “Move On” has become a growing success on radio, social media and within the music industry. Just recently Stacey Dash, from the movie Clueless, and Freedom were spotted in Hollywood, California on the set of the music video shoot for “Move On”. Dash was just one of the many celebrities who volunteered their support in the video.
Freedom is committed to using his music to connect with the people and create hope for the future.
“It’s a privilege to be releasing Move On in a place that I love as much as Canada. The message in the song is telling the world that we need to helpHaiti move on,” concludes Freedom.
Christopher Laroche, a.k.a. Freedom, was born and raised in Haiti and throughout his life he has been forced to create his own path. Freedom started Freedom Recordz in 2003 with passion and conviction, working tirelessly on production with Konvict Music and Xyion Inc. Freedom formed Save Haiti Today with affiliates Xyion Inc., and SOIL, joining forces with such A-listers as Snoop Dogg, Macy Gray, Stacey Dash, Lil Kim, Konvict Music, Spragga Benz, Sway from MTV, DJ Muggs of the Soul Assassins and Cypress Hill. Freedom Recordz has achieved great heights and will continue to raise the bar.
“Only light can wash away darkness,” says Freedom, quoting one of his biggest inspirations Martin Luther King.
Aside from his musical talents, Freedom has also been a strong influence in Haiti. He released inspiring albums in his native Haitian tongue of “Kreyol.”While giving back to the community with his captivating conscious music, he has also been a physical presence in his country, helping people and educating its youth in every way he can. Using the power of Freedom Recordz, to support, educate, and constructively work towards a positive change in Haiti and other third world nations. His contributions to documentaries, independent films, and charities have helped instil a progressive and positive outlook on the future of this impoverished nation.
Introducing the music video for “Grey Area,” the first single off The Push, the independent debut album by Los Angeles artist/producer Shane Eli. Working with a small budget, but equipped with conviction and creativity, this emerging talent has raised the bar.
Deeply personal, the video is a reflection on Shane’s coming of age experience, focusing on his conflicted relationship with race and his struggle with the father who abandoned him. Ultimately hopeful, Grey Area expresses Shane’s determination to transcend all labels that have been placed on him.
Powerful and poignant, Grey Area addresses its sensitive theme with candor and maturity. The independently produced, music video for Grey Area offers a glimpse at the scope of Eli’s artistic expression.
Directed by David A. Wong.
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