Creating a bouncy, sinister rendition to Blu’s 2012 released single “Kiss the Sky,” originally produced by M-Phazes, Large Professor manages to transform Blu’s bars into a destructive force of nature. Whereas the original had the Australian beat smith providing a more inspirational and soulful vibe, Xtra P’s version flips the script entirely by showcasing just [cont.]
Coalmine tells us: “In celebration of our decennary run, we’re pleased to unearth our highly anticipated compilation LP, Unearthed. The album is currently available through all major digital retailers, and CD, as a double disc set which contains both a mixed version, arranged by DJ Revolution, in addition to an ‘Untagged Deluxe Edition’ which includes [cont.]
From Coalmine Records upcoming Unearthed compilation, hitting May 13th.
Set to be released as a double disc set on May 13th containing both a mixed version, arranged by DJ Revolution of The World Famous Wake Up Show, and an ‘Untagged Deluxe Edition,’ which includes three bonus cuts, Unearthed, epitomizes our commitment to delivering quality Hip-Hop. The tracklist serves as a who’s who of today’s [cont.]
With his highly-anticipated fourth solo-LP, PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder), Pharoahe Monch re-emerges with a new concept project which finds the ground-breaking emcee tackling PTSD; a severe anxiety disorder that can develop after exposure to any event that results in psychological trauma. Throughout the duration of the LP, Monch narrates as an independent artist weary [cont.]
With the seasons changing on the East Coast, for the latest leak, “West Coast Love,” from his forthcoming LP, PA 2: The Director’s Cut, Marco Polo heads out west and connects with two left coast legends on “West Coast Love.” Not only does Marco display his versatility on “West Coast Love,” but he cooks up [cont.]
From Marco Polo’s October 24th release, PA 2: The Director’s Cut.
Let it be known that Warren Peace is the pioneer on The Bridge out here in Vegas.
New video from Braille off of his Native Lungs LP. Track produced by Evidence, scratches by Dj Revolution. Braille’s 7th solo album also has guest appearances and production by S1, Khrysis, Ohmega Watts, Theory Hazit, DaveNotti, DJ Rob Swift & more.
Here’s a little something for you scratch nerds out there. DJ Five, where you at?
Indie hip-hop and conscious rap seems to have completely disappeared over the last few years, as today’s scene revolves more around “blog-hop” instead of a loose-knit family of indie labels releasing product via retail. Thankfully, there a few people left to carry on tradition, most notably the world famous DJ Revolution, and his new discovery [cont.]
DJ Revolution’s new crew spits this freestyle over the Ad-Rock, MCA, and Mike D’s classic instrumental. LISTEN: Malcolm & Martin – “Paul Revere 2011″ via: DJB
Malcolm & Martin’s debut, Life Doesn’t Frighten Me,is in stores now on Soulspazm Records. “Ka$h” is a non-LP bonus track. LISTEN: DJ Revolution Presents Malcolm & Martin – “Ka$h” DJ Revolution Presents Malcolm & Martin – “Ka$h”
Malcolm & Martin’s debut, “Life Doesn’t Frighten Me,” will be released on 2-1-2011 on Soulspazm Records.
As an internationally respected DJ and producer, Revolution’s skills have privileged the tracks of many Hip-Hop luminaries. Those skills were optimally displayed on his three critically-acclaimed solo and collaborative projects with King Tech and MTV’s Sway, including R2K, King of The Decks, and In 12s We Trust. As one of the renowned spin doctors hosting, [cont.]
Rhymesayers Entertainment is throwing together this year’s Soundset festival Sunday May 30th at Canterbury Park in Minneapolis, MN. Huge lineup this year is headlined by Atmosphere, Redman & Method Man, Brother Ali, Hieroglyphics, Del Tha Funky Homosapien, Souls Of Mischief, Casual, Pep Love, P.O.S., Freeway & Jake One, Murs, Cage, Eyedea & Abilities, Wiz Khalifa, [cont.]
Just got hit with a ton of media from DJ Revolution’s upcoming Malcolm & Martin project, coming soon from Millenia Music / Soulspazm Records. The first official leak single is “Thank God”, produced by DJ Revolution, coming off their debut project Life Doesn’t Frighten Me. Grab that and the official mixtape below – and check [cont.]
Heard as far away as France and with eleven million listeners, the “Wake Up Show” is the planet’s most listened to hip-hop radio program. That makes DJ Revolution the globe’s most widely heard hip-hop DJ as he’s skillfully manned the show’s mighty turntables for eight years and counting. HipHopSite talked to Revolution about memorable “Wake [cont.]
Many DJ-produced and turntablist albums have withered into a category of being labeled as mix-tape or short-term material. Something you taste, not swallow nor digest. In fact, many of these past albums by the likes of Funkmaster Flex, DJ Clue, The Allies, Rob Swift and others were formatted just like mix-tapes or run-throughs, which in a [cont.]
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