Street presents B.O.S.(best Of Street)The selection of his best songs of
the last few years.he realize it with the collaboration with many gud
producer like:Mütos da beatfantom,BohemeBoom Bap,Nakmuay
Beatmaker,Highchief Beatmaker,krids Beat,Sasha Beatz,mallagaz,Harley
SECOND MIXTAPE FROM CHICAGO PRODUCER LASKO
Monster Mike, Frank Leone, Kolby Woods, The Klepto, Cam Cross, Kash Draco, Vince Mici, & Lu Hound
DOWNLOAD LINKS: www.audiomack.com/album/lasko/jazzis
“Much of mainstream Hip-Hop today focuses on shock value and targets generalities the mainstream youth can hype over.
I went through each track I set on a journey to find a target memory
from my past and used that as focal point for each individual song. I
encourage people to simply listen and identify their own feelings and
memories with each and every song. This is what Jazz is.” - Lasko
is a Chicago based producer who incorporates his musical upbringing
into his work. Incorporating jazz, funk, and soul his mixtape entitled
jazzis is mainly about the celebration of Hip-Hop’s roots through these
Lasko feels that the mainstream artists have
deviated from the soul and essence of Hip-Hop. He would not go as to say
that their music is bad, He just feels like they do not have as much
substance and feeling behind it that it could have. This mix tape is his
answer to that problem.
From sampling his least favorite Stevie
Wonder song, hammering out drum patterns on his MPC and by paying homage
via samples to Chicago legend Common and other notables from that time
period he pulls out all the stops. Clearly the next generation of
Chicago musicians know their roots.
This mixtape features verses
from upcoming Chicago local emcees Monster Mike, Frank Leone, Kolby
Woods, and Vince Mici. The track titled “Laws” is co-produced with South
Carolina producer The Klepto. It also appearing are Kash Draco, Cam
Cross and Lu Hound. Soundcloud
This 5 track offering features contributions from some of Australia's
premier beatsmiths including M-Phazes and Neversettle. As well as guest
appearances from Ally Cowell, Seaz and Podbotiks.
Despite being recorded in his bedroom the “Something for Nothing” EP has
a professional and well rounded sound. Most recently this was
recognised on the launch day of Triple J Unearthed Radio, when
Stateovmind was selected from thousands of unearthed artists to be one
of the first played on the new digital radio station. The “Something For
Nothing” EP is available for free now.
Whilst moving house in late 2012 Stateovmind found a collection of
unmarked discs buried deep inside a cardboard removalist box. On these
discs were four ProTools sessions filled with rough unfinished songs and
concepts, all of which were recorded over M-Phazes beats that State had
originally acquired in 2007. Stateovmind had long thought that these
discs, beat stems and recorded demos were lost forever until this
rediscovery. The beats hidden on these discs carried the distinct drums
and vintage sound of M-Phazes, and so State decided that they were too
good to be left unused and that they should be heard.
In mid 2013, Stateovmind then re-wrote and in some instances re-recorded
the four once forgotten songs to update them and bring them to life. 5
years after their original conception, the four tracks now carry new
meaning and a fresh reinvigorated sound.
State has finally shown these beats justice as they are now showcased on his latest EP 'Lost and Found’.
Long thought to be lost forever they have now been found...
Canberra’s Stateovmind returns with his new EP ‘Better than Postcards’
(BTP), the follow up to his well-received debut ‘Something for Nothing’.
BTP quite literally picks up where his debut left off, as only days
after finishing his first EP, Stateovmind took off backpacking
Europe much like many other first time travelling Australians.
While away, Stateovmind linked up with European based beatmakers and
MC's, gathered some beats, collaborated with some great artists and had
many unforgettable experiences. 4 months and 14 countries later, the new
8-track EP is the final result.
The Therapy Sessions Takeover is the third part in the series of 'Takeover' EP's released by Ruthless.
A Takeover project is simply Beat Tapes that have been released by
talented producers, that in fact get slept on by the majority of UK's
artists/rappers. In which case - Ruthless takes it upon himself to use
the majority of beats on that said 'Beat Tape' and releases a whole EP
produced by said Producer.
The first TWO Takeover Projects where produced by Readings 'DeadMan
Walkn' and Stevenage's 'Redskull' - two VERY talented professionals.
This time its Manchester's Diligent Fingers (of the Abnoxshuz camp)
featuring raw honesty in cold diary like written lyrics with a variety
of beats taken from Diligent Fingers Beat Tape 'Therapy Sessions 3'
#MASSACR (MCs Against Soft Sucker Ass Corny Rappers) is a collaborative
collective that came together sometime in the mid-end of 2013. Hip Hop
is the driving force of this collective, which hails from all over the
globe. Comprised of DJs, Producers, and MCs, they vow to
massacre(#MASSACR) the mainstream's depiction of Hip Hop culture.
They have featured on each others projects in the past years, now they
bring their 1st offering as 1. #MASSACR, self titled project is an
introduction into the abilities of this powerful collective. Raw, real,
bars, pain, and joy a few words to describe what they bring as a unit
to the music, the culture of Hip Hop. With production from the West
Coast, East Coast, Mid West, and South East your head should be in
constant bop motion. ENJOY!!!