Infamous Grindtimenow battle rapper Cadalack Ron teams with fellow Machina Muerte member Innaspace to create the full length album “SPACECADALACK” and offers up the single “Jail Bait” for free download as a follow up to the recent “GUCC” video.
With “Jail Bait” producer Innaspace sets dreary melodies and dense rhythms for ex-convict Cadalack Ron to site true to life references over whilst sounding like a modern day Merle Haggard in rhyme.
Music filled with the sparkling vulgarity most have come to expect from Machina Muerte they further prove that bad living never sounded so good.
Look for Cadalack Ron to join the rest of Machina Muerte crew for a performance at this year’s Paid Dues festival as well as several other upcoming MC Battle showcases.
Coming out of Queens, New York – DJ PS1 grew up in the club. House music is in his veins and the CSI-worthy proof is all over his official debut track. The pulsing beat and dominating lead synth of “The Connection” surely foreshadows the domination in PS1′s future. Stay tuned for more releases from DJ PS1 in the very near future!
DJ PS1 – The Connection by DJPS1
The Good Company tandem, Ayatollah Jaxx (Toronto via Pittsburgh, Pa) and Fundamental (Toronto) have released their first full studio album, “This Time Next Year“; an extremely personal concept album about the struggles of dealing with external conflict while breaking into the music industry. The nine track album features fellow Canadian MCs Elley Jeeze and Cashtro Crosby. Also featured are L.E.G.A.C.Y of The Justus League, Dominique Larue and Varsity Squad.
This Time Next Year is the follow up to The Good Company duo’s first release, The Damn Good EP (4/22/09). The 5 track EP spawned two videos, garnered over 12,000 downloads and cemented Good Company as a favourite amongst the Canadian underground scene as well as brought success in The States. TTNY is a nine track temporarily free album that is themed according to the past two years of Good Company‘s existence. Fundamental also wears both producer and MC hats on this album to compliment Ayatollah Jaxx.
MIAMI STREET LEGEND AND UP COMING ARTIST BALLGREEZY HAS OFFICALLY SIGNED WITH FLO-RIDAS I.M.G LABEL. GREEZY, BEST KNOWN FOR HIS STREET SMASH “SHONE” AND COLLABING WITH ACE HOOD AND BRISCO ON “IM THE SHIT” ANNOUNCED HIS SIGNING ON 99 JAMZ WITH DJ ENTICE. GREEZY ALSO BLESSED THE STATION WITH A FREESTYLE OVER NICKI MINAJS “MOMENT 4 LIFE”
MOMENT 4 LIFE FREESTYLE LINK: DOWNLOAD LINK
3 days away from embarking on the Abstract Music Group’s Spring Tour 2011 of the US northeastern region, Savant links with Peerless Recordings to bring you the latest addition to his “Crash Course” leak series, the soul-stirring “Rely On Me”. Sonically laced by iIL MeeL, the Dominique Larue & Dee Jackson assisted ode to family exudes a rare warmth that’s certain to stir the soul of the listener.
Abstract Music Group presents the leak series “Crash Course”. Twice a month, Savant will be releasing a new record, which will more often than not feature guest bars from a talented member of the expansive independent hip hop community. Stream and download the “Crash Course Leak Series” in its entirety HERE.
With the release Good Problems, 84.85’s latest is triggered by the percussive breaks of Hip Hop, the reverberant sub-frequencies of Dubstep and the melodic curves of Deep House.
DJ/Producer Jay Jolliffe curates a spectral sound, taking nostalgic cues from Detroit and London’s basement anthems. The sleek sometimes haunting backdrop paves way for MC Colin Maciver’s rolling rhyme delivery, which fuses the hubris to the dispirited; a deftly constructed testimonial of personal day-to-day authenticity.
The instantly, undeniable hook of the track Weekend Money is steered by the dulcet bounce of a Rhodes and slippery high-hat, that may (or may not) be a salute to Aloe Blacc’s I Need A Dollar. In its entirety, Good Problems feels a little like those hazy, aching epiphanies that arise once your dopamine drops from a New Year’s hangover.
LA’s Odd Future’s Tyler, The Creator is a dude you may know because of how he stunted all over Late Night, eventually hopping onto host Jimmy Fallon’s back for the closing credits. Or, maybe you’ve been bumping his fully self-produced Bastard (where you can find the original “French”) since last year and are waiting with baited breath for Tyler and the rest of Odd Future to unleash their unrelenting oeuvre on the world. Here, Tyler and OF member (and one of half of Mellowhype) Hodgy Beats both rap with fierce precision and grit, while the re-imagining by Toro y Moi does right by the original—steadily maintains its ferocity and only slightly softens the grime.
“Hebonics 101″, the new mixtape from Jewish rapper SNEAKAS | hosted by Peter Rosenberg | presented by MC Serch of 3rd Bass
Last year Sneakas and Mazzi of S.O.U.L. Purpose bridged the Jewish/Muslim divide in the mic booth with their single “Most Hated” (video). Now, Sneakas presents the sound of Jewish rap in 2011 on his mixtape Hebonics 101. Features “Hebonics”, a Hebrew twist on Big L’s classic.
download at sneakasny.com