Last week, Dag Savage dropped the mp3 for “Twilight,” a song from their forthcoming EP dropping January 15th. Today, enjoy the official music video for “Twilight” directed by Exile Manfredi and Tony Browning.
Dag Savage, comprised of Exile and Johaz, are preparing to drop their first EP on January 15th via Dirty Science / Fat Beats. The EP features 4 brand new tracks featuring guest appearances from Aloe Blacc, Murs, and Co$$ in addition to a couple of remixes. The EP will be sold digitally as well as [cont.]
Exile and his Dirty Science collective present his “Cassette” Mixtape as a thank you gift for the Holiday Season. The mixtape features exclusive songs from Exile’s vaults (1996-2009) featuring demo versions from his rap album “4TRK MIND” as well as demo versions from Blu & Exile and Emanon (Aloe Blacc & Exile). Exile – “Cassette” [cont.]
Exile & Johaz will drop their first EP as DAG SAVAGE on January 15th. Until then, bump this free debut DAG SAVAGE mixtape entitled SALVATION, featuring Aloe Blacc, Blu, Gonjasufi and more. The mixtape can be streamed on SoundCloud or downloaded in full using the link below. You can also peep the first video from [cont.]
Blu & Exile release their first official music video from their album Give Me My Flowers While I Can Still Smell Them for the song “Maybe One Day” directed by Jerome D. The song is also available on a limited edition 10″, and you can buy the album now via all formats at: shopdirtyscience.com/
DAG SAVAGE – CALI DREAMIN’ (FT. FASHAWN, CO$$, & TIOMBE LOCKHART) from Dirty Science on Vimeo. First single from Dag Savage, a new group consisting of Exile and Johaz. The song features guest appearances from Fashawn, Co$$ and Tiombe Lockhart. You can purchase the song on iTunes and on limited edition 7″ vinyl.
First single from collaborative effort of producer Exile and Johaz.
Blu & Exile’s official follow up to their critically acclaimed 2007 album, Below the Heavens, is out now. Give Me My Flowers While I Can Still Smell Them was officially released September 4th, via Fat Beats / Dirty Science. The album is fully mixed and mastered and features exclusive tracks not on the previous leak, [cont.]
Mercury Retrograde, the new full-length album by Beatrock Music’s own 6Fingers and his longtime collaborator Topkat, is now available! With noteworthy features by artists such as Del the Funky Homosapien, Bambu, Exile, Johaz, Rocky Rivera, Moe Green, Hopie, Do D.A.T. and more, this album promises to entertain. Preview and purchase the album on Bandcamp.
Free download for the song “A Man” from Blu & Exile’s “Maybe One Day” EP Out now via Dirty Science / Fat Beats. “A Man” is a brand new track, not on Blu’s premature leak of Give Me My Flowers While I Can Still Smell Them, and featured on the EP and the upcoming September [cont.]
Blu & Exile will officially release their album “Give Me My Flowers While I Can Still Smell Them” on September 4th via Dirty Science / Fat Beats. Although some folks may have caught the premature album that Blu leaked late 2011, this official release is newly mixed and mastered, with added instrumentation, guest features and [cont.]
EXILE – “KNIGHT RIDER” MUSIC VIDEO from Dirty Science on Vimeo. Video For “Knight Rider” Off Of Exile’s Album 4TRK Mind. Directed By: Justin Abbink, Exile Manfredi.
In 2007, Blu dropped an underground classic with producer Exile called Below The Heavens. Almost a perfect hip-hop record, this was almost the album that closed the book on the indie hip-hop movement. The Fat Beats vinyl era was coming to an end, while the digital blog-hop movement was just beginning. A large part of [cont.]
Recorded in 2009, Blu and Exile release this project via Bandcamp, which you can stream below and purchase if you like it. give me my flowers while i can smell them by exile & blu
Yes, this short clip sums up Exile’s sense of humor in a nutshell.
While Exile is just starting to become a household name among underground heads, his history dates back more than a decade, as part of a little known group called Emanon, with some guy named Aloe Blacc. We’ve seen Aloe’s popularity explode in the last year or so, while Exile was responsible for producing one of [cont.]
Last week, DJBooth.net and Event Electronics kicked off their 20/20 Series with Phonte‘s “Eternally”. Today, Exile steps into the Booth with entry #2, newly-leaked album cut “Klepto”. A soulfully-produced jam which finds Exile trash-talking his insufficiently dope rivals, the record can be found on new mixtape 4TRK MIND (due out October 4). 02_Exile_Klepto_4trk_Mind Exile – [cont.]
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