Came across this today!!!!
Back on his modus operandi of Jazz infested flavours, Funky DL treats his fans with his new release “The Jazz Lounge”, an album of fresh remixes of some of his beloved classics. The Jazz Lounge in many places strips down the beats to a lounge style swing as Funky DL serenades the microphone with his smooth rhymes and effortless flow. The album tickles the ears in the form of a DJ mix, with each track blending seamlessly into the next. This is the kind of album that true appreciators of Jazz and Hip-Hop will really enjoy and replay over and over; a “jazztastic” listen indeed!
Here is the EP by Westsidegunn and Daringer that was recorded in one day……….And it’s still doper than any recent albums that I’ve overhead about in people’s discussions. Check it out and go ahead and cop on iTunes.
After a successful press run in New York, making stops at Sway In The Morning, Hot 97, and Rap Radar, among others, Houston’s self-proclaimed King of the Ghetto, Z-Ro, releases the dollar-driven, “My Money” video in preparation for his upcoming album, Drankin’ & Drivin’, out this Friday, July 15th.
When I saw the title, My expectations were high. Super Ninjas is in my top 5 kung fu flicks of all time. I said to myself, “to use this title, they better come with it”. They came through though. Bars over a dope beat produced by Rediculus.
Millennium Jazz Music presents Fourth Base, the 4th anniversary album from The Jazz Jousters collective. This LP is so laid back and smooth. It is pleasing to the ears. You might want to put this in the car for riding out at night.
Conway delivers again on this joint from his upcoming project, GOAT (Grimiest Of All TIme). It’s a lot of Hip Hop intruders out there, but joints like this make it easy to separate fact from fiction.
The track features production from Sean One, while the video comes courtesy of director Lucrative Sight. The new video tells the story of Fortunato’s struggle to make it in the hip-hop world.
“I speak on my first time performing and how I struggled for respect,” the rapper tells Exclaim! “The point of the story is that none of that stuff matters when you’re gone, so hang on to what’s really important and enjoy every day.”
Tha Lookout Sessions presents Dungeon, performed by Kay Flow and produced by Young Speez and myself. We were all in the studio together when this beat was made years and years ago. Enjoy this video and look for many more Tha Lookout Sessions to come! Also make sure you get Dungeon, which is available for free down below.