Monday, June 30, 2014

[Video] FrontStreet Feat. Law G - Ray Allen

Good Life Music Group presents - Ray Allen (FrontStreet featuring Law G) Twitter - @frontstree | @lawg100 IG - @frontstree | @law_goodlife

[Single] The Redland - No Sleep

Born and raised in the Redlands of Oklahoma and Louisiana respectively, Kose and Earv were naturally inspired to call the music duo they would go on to form 'The Redland.' But once their individual forms of expression crossed paths and began to meld into a dynamic sound that they considered a "state of mind" and a "voice that brings people together,” The Redland transcended the reference of simply being where they’re from to becoming an all-inclusive artistic movement. 

Earv and Kos, whose collective influences run the gamut from John Lennon and Bob Marley to The Fugees and OutKast (artists known for their culture-shifting musical contributions), met while matriculated at Morehouse college in Atlanta, GA. Atlanta – which they’ve also adopted as part of their origins - and the Southern Hip Hop culture that defined it became fertile ground for the two, individually, to more deeply explore their musical talents. Then those talents collided. Through either happenstance or fate, it was discovered while in the midst of hanging out with mutual friends that Earv had an affinity for writing and Kos was a capable vocalist and producer. So, the pair decided to play around with creating music together. But what began as playful experimentation turned into production of a unique and compelling sound that deserved to be taken more seriously. Defined as Hip Hop for practical purposes, Earv’s and Kos’s conscious lyrics and hybrid sound - which seamlessly incorporates the myriad genres they were exposed to growing up - began to take on a life of its own. They began hearing their music played by friends and strangers and seeing it gaining momentum on social networking sites without their intervention. That and the realization that Hip Hop as they saw it was stuck in one gear, hitting the same "I'm richer, can get drunker and can have more sex than you” note is when they began seeing their contribution to the art form as more of a responsibility than “having fun.” Things took off from there and The Redland officially became a “Hip Hop movement born out of the soil,” representing those who desired to hear and be heard. 
 “We want the fans to feel they're a part of this inclusive group and they have a say in our direction and the type of music we make," they said. "We also try to look at ourselves honestly and really get that across to our audience. We don't let the genre define us, we define our own music and we're just ourselves. We feel like we have something to say, something to make an impact and we feel like it's something that's needed.

Sunday, June 29, 2014

DJ Winn › Yung Pallo - Free Dope

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PALLO "FREE DOPE" MIXTAPE MAKE SURE TO FOLLOW THE TEAM AND
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Friday, June 27, 2014

[Video] Produkt - Hold It Down

Hip Hop is life, power, and expression. Hip Hop transcends race, class and cultures. It has been the voice for those who have been marginalized and oppressed. Rap Renegade Produkt is the embodiment of true Hip Hop. Produkt is a breath of fresh air in a era where “Copy Cat” rappers rule. Produkt delivers vivid rhymes and smooth flows. His skillful wordplay and witty metaphors paint precise pictures. And his cadence and penmanship are top-notch. The rapper shows off a complete package of artistry. Produkt’s charismatic personality exudes swagger and he has gained the respect of hard core Hip Hop fans from across the globe. Moreover, his matinee idol good looks have resulted into a growing fan base among females as well. Produkt is a Rap juggernaut infused with a perfect blend of rebellious rage and charismatic cool. In recent months Produkt has made a tremendous impact with his hit singles “Hold It Down” and “Freak Affair.” The singles are garnering accolades and airplay on college radio stations and mixshows from around the country. Additionally, the music videos for his songs have received over 1 MILLION views among various blogs including WorldstarHipHop.com, Ballerstatus.com and YoRaps.com. “Come Get Me” has amassed over 70,000 real views on YouTube and “Father Forgive Me” has achieved over 71,000 real views on YouTube in just a couple of months. “I am building a solid movement one fan at a time,” states the rapper. Produkt’s team puts heavy emphasis on visuals and image. In fact, some people assume that he is already a major label artist due to the superior visual presentation that he displays. In addition, Produkt’s impressive presence on WorldstarHipHop and other blogs has led to him receiving a clothing sponsorship from L.E.S. clothing. Equally Important, One of Produkt’s unique selling propositions is that he has actually lived the life he raps about. His music incorporates an element of realism and rawness that is authentic and seldom seen on today’s independent musical landscape. Produkt is of Puerto Rican heritage and the legendary rapper Big Pun is one of his biggest influences. “Big Pun taught me that in order to stand out as a Hispanic in the Hip Hop culture, you need to be larger than life,” raves the emcee. Via Concore ENT

Wednesday, June 25, 2014

[Mixtape] Reno Sosa - Plugs & Juggs

Indie Artist Reno Sosa (@Reno_Sosa) is on the rise. Currently pushing his mixtape, Plugs & Juggs, which has hosting by Cool Running DJs very own DJ Norfcak, and DJ Ace. This mixtape is doing very well on Live Mixtapes, so today we ask that you download, listen, play, vote, and support. Be on the lookout for official single releases.