Over at Cuepoint, I had the honor of speaking with Mayer Hawthorne and Jake One about their new collaborative album for Stones Throw, Tuxedo, dropping this March. Read on, true believers… A Formal Introduction To Tuxedo: Mayer Hawthorne and Jake One
Prie writes: “A gift to all my supporters to hold onto until my new album comes in March.” Produced by Jake One, from the new album Please Pray coming March 2015.
Tuxedo: “Happy Holidays from Tuxedo. Original by some guy named Paul McCartney.”
From Stones Throw: Mayer Hawthorne (Aquarius) and Jake One (Taurus) – they are descendants of the one- word moniker family of funk, where you will find groups such as Chic, Shalamar, Plush & Zapp. The Tuxedo collaboration began with an exchange of mixtapes back in 2006. The fruits of a long-standing kinship were three tracks [cont.]
Brother Ali tells us: “As we embark on the War And Peace Tour with my brother, Immortal Technique, I’m excited to release a new musical project. “Left In The Deck” is a collection of 10 raw, grimy recordings made in basements and hotel rooms around the world. This demo-tape style release was produced entirely by [cont.]
New music from Portugal. The Man, that is.
J. Cole and Wale team up for this non-album collaborative track with Jake One on the beat.
Double dose of new cuts from Wale, the first comes from MMG’s just announced Self Made 3, featuring the unlikely line-up of Wale, Rick Ross, and Lupe Fiasco, with Jake One on the track. The second is Rihanna’s remix of “Bad”.
Jake One spoke on the origins of this track in our recent exclusive interview. Meanwhile, Slim The Mobsta joins Kendrick and Scoe to thank the good doctor.
Jake One sits down with HipHopSite.Com to speak on his just released LP with Brother Ali, Mourning In America & Dreaming In Color, working with Dr. Dre on Detox, Freeway’s next album, working with MF Doom, and much more. HipHopSite.Com: First off, what are you using to produce? Jake One: Pretty much, the foundation of [cont.]
Single #3 From Fleeta Partee’s LIFEMUZIK EP, out on Itunes now. Sidenote, this has nothing to do with CT emcee, Apathy.
Scoe pays tribute to the good doctor on this homage produced by Jake One, featuring a bonus verse from Kendrick Lamar. We could see this being retooled as the last track for Detox.
Brother Ali might stir up Fox News with his new album cover for Mourning In America and Dreaming In Color. The album hits August 21, and is entirely produced by Jake One.
Directed by Dave Wilson.
Fatal Lucciauno’s sophomore album, Respect, will be released February 21st, but first, the Seattle emcee is excited to release his collaborative EP with distinguished producer and fellow Seattleite Jake One. Fatal and Jake are offering the EP, titled The Message, to fans free of charge. For Fatal, The Message EP serves as his most personal [cont.]
Fatal Lucciauno is excited to announce the release of his new album, Respect. A follow-up to his 2007 project, The Only Forgotten Son, Respect will be released on February 21st via Sportn’ Life Records. Born in Chicago and raised in Seattle’s Central District (a rough neighborhood nicknamed the Crime District), Fatal Lucciauno brings the perspective [cont.]
First offering from Brother Ali and Jake One’s Mourning In America and Dreaming In Color.
Freeway gets the SP crew back together for a new mixtape, The Intermission, dropping within the next 24 hours. He speaks about it in the above clip, download the first single “666″ below. Download
Quan’s is back with his first official video, “Feel So Good,” which celebrates life and living it to the fullest! It also shows Quan displaying how vast his vocal range really is, meshing classic R&B riffs and solid verses over a Jake One production.
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