RashadthaPoet is HipHop/Spoken Word Artist from Nashville,TN. He has 12 spoken word albums and over 20,000 sold since 2005. One of the first poets to do a mixtape back in 2005. He has performed in over 30 states opened for Bilal, Dwele, Brian McKnight, Joe Johnson, Hill Harper, 3-6 Mafia and more. His first Hip-Hop effort was released this summer entitled “The Journey Back”. You can download the project free
“Put Ya 2′s Up” visual.
BEATFACE, Toronto’s urban rock & roll band without guitars. Through the release of our debut EP ‘Amy’ in the Summer of 2011 and a handful of live shows since then, we have been able to create a solid buzz in our city. We recently covered ACDC’s ‘You Shook Me All Night Long.’
You Shook Me All Night Long by BEATFACE
Ok so the second video/single off my album Future Loops is out now!
It’s an original track called V.O.D.K.A and is just beatboxing/vocals through many microphones and my loop pedals.
You can Download the audio single from our store here!
Remember there will be a new video released every 2 weeks from now on until April 11th, which is the official album release date.
This track is originally a song from the artist RJD2 titled Ghostwriter. I heard Ghostwriter at my buddy Jeff’s house about 3 years ago and ABSOLUTELY loved the shit. I would find myself listening to this song over and over and all of a sudden realized that it was just a pure beat the whole time…with zero lyrics…I thought to myself, HOLY SHIT…I absolutely need to make my own twist to the track. WELLLLLL let’s just say i did exactly that. I turned RJD2′s magic with the mixing board to my own personal BONDA anthem. I gave my boy KJ Hines from Austin a shout, and he shared the same “I gotta kill this shit” feeling I did….and oh did we #Leftlane
Bonda – Knockin Titans Out ft KJ HINES by OfficialBonda713
Beeda Weeda, the young powerhouse from East Oakland, California, has amassed quite the impressive discography in his six-year career. He burst onto the scene with his first mixtape, Homework, and fanned the flames with albums like Turfology 101 and Da Thizzness, as well as with collaborations with E-40 and J. Stalin. And now, he is releasing his latest collection, Bass Rock Babies: The Leak, made available to fans as a free mixtape.
An impressive effort all by itself, Bass Rock Babies: The Leak actually serves as an appetizer to Beeda’s forthcoming full-length album, Too $hort Presents: Bass Rock Babies, which will be released on March 6th via Clear Label Records. In addition to Too $hort’s contribution, fans can look forward to collaborations with a who’s-who of Bay Area rappers, including E-40, J. Stalin, Mistah FAB, and Shady Nate.
Download Beeda Weeda’s Bass Rock Babies: The Leak mixtape for free here:
Vocalist AdraBoo and DJ/MC/producer Action Jackson, collectively Fly Moon Royalty, are excited to announce the February 6th release of their new, self-titled album, Fly Moon Royalty. The duo, which has drawn early comparisons to acts like Janelle Monae and Gnarls Barkley, is also giving listeners an early taste of the album with lead single “Lemonade.”
Though Fly Moon Royalty came together only two short years ago, the creative process behind their self-titled debut came naturally for the duo. “We both just kept meeting in the right headspaces – going through similar situations and wanting to make music that we felt and really liked,” explains Fly Moon Royalty. “We only used one feature, and we knew what sound we wanted.”
The result is a tightly knit album that drips of chemistry, showing up strongest on tracks like “Android Love” (“Such a visually written piece; it’s got great textures”) and “Action Speaks,” which shows off the range of the duo’s abilities, mixing hip-hop and harmonies while showing off the pair’s unique personalities. Elsewhere, “In The Woods” is a situational song that comes to life during live performance.
But the true standout moment comes on lead single “Lemonade.” The up-tempo song is driven forward with swinging drums, handclaps, and ear-catching piano, all of which ultimately lay the foundation for AdraBoo’s vocals, as she sings about taking advantage of life’s fortunes and misfortunes. “This one is pretty much like it says” remarks Fly Moon Royalty, “when life gives you lemons, not only make lemonade, ‘go and build a lemonade stand,’ make it work for you.”
Download “Lemonade” here: http://media.audibletreats.com/Fly_Moon_Royalty-Lemonade.mp3
When details of an affair emerge and you find out the love of your life has been unfaithful, How far will you let your pain and anger drive you?
Director | Cinematographer | Writer | Editor – Rafal “iamKING” Hanusowski
Actors | Dashius Clay, Katie Rotolo, Sarcazm Smith
Original Score by Sarcazm, Dashius Clay and Fixx Ticket
“Sarcazm – Celebrating Pain (Dashius Clay x Fixx Ticket)” Available now on iTunes
Clean Mp3: https://www.box.com/s/8tlg3ze6pv6ofqxt2mez
Clean .Wav: https://www.box.com/s/fopcf6flz681tkgve44v