“TRACK 01″ is clearly going to be the first track on the “timeLESS” album and it’s being released because of the long wait. The free album is set to drop this summer
Continuing on the road to YP’s #Restless, here is a new loosie “This’ll Do” produced by Mario Winans.
1/4 of the Soulstice Lafayette Stokely is back once again with a new set of visuals from his first solo EP Life’s Journey. In what is the prequel to “So Simple”, once again on a Rob Yung produced masterpiece, Lafayette vents to the listeners ear his views on his life and proposed fear death.
Nemo Achida drops his first single off his upcoming project, Midnight Magic, dropping July 2nd.
Action Figures come through with a funky boom-bap anthem produced by the Grammy nominated Detroit phenom Young RJ. These Michiganemcee’s are bearing the torch for the true Hip-Hop audience, armed with an assist from T3 of the legendary Slum Village. The street single “Jumanji” is poised to set the underground on fire leading a trail to their forthcoming full length summer release “Courage or Currency“. Also, be on the look out for Action Figures in a city near you as a part of The Dirty Slums Tour 2013 with Slum Village.
Biggie Smalls tribute natho…. Happy Birthday Biggie Smalls (Released 5/21)
Dominican-American rapper/producer XODUS presents his new single “Go Away”, produced by Long Island beatsmith Paulie Monster. “It was 2005; I was young, trying to form my priorities,” the Washington Heights NYC native says about “Go Away”‘s genesis. “I’ve always been in a rush and I felt like if I kept spending time out in the street, there was no way I was going to find myself in time to do something great. So, I was literally locked away in a basement, in a long-term, long-distance relationship, and struggling with my own brain chemistry—trying to learn the key to my own happiness so I could begin the pursuit. I brought on my own introspective depression and Go Away was probably all I would have had the energy to mutter if I could have personified pain and exchanged words.” XODUS is pioneer of the Color Me Different movement, which he explains as “a consciousness, a philosophy. It’s about making your own decisions based upon your unique perspective; developing yourself through thought and self-analysis, rather than just embracing a societal default in order to ensure acceptance. ‘Reject the ordinary, embrace the ordinance.’” A full-length project is currently in the works.
1st single off ‘Doe or Die II’ get it on Itunes Now