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-LRG and Jamla present Actual Proof’s new project, Still Hotter Than July
-Shout out to Act Proof for delivering that Real.
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-Brand new mix from our DJ, ill digitz. You can download the mix as separate tracks HERE
1) Pac Div – Take Me High
2) Dom Kennedy – Designer Sh*t
3) Big K.R.I.T. – R4 Theme Song
4) Skyzoo – The Winners Circle
5) The Kid Daytona – Learn
6) Big Remo – Slumdog Millionaire
7) DJ K.O. – Ladder of Success feat. Phonte, Wordsworth, K. Hill & Masta Ace
King Mez & Khrysis – From the South feat. Thee Tom Hardy & Sean Boog
9) HaLo – Jammin’ On the One
10) Kooley High – Laid Off
While in Atlanta during the Mac Miller tour Rapsody stopped by 3littledigs…
She recorded this in studio performance of her new song “Out Tha Trunk” (Produced by Amp) which will be featured on her next project Thank H.E.R. Now
Charlie Smarts in the background…
Here is the 1st video off of HaLo’s street album Heat Writer II. Visuals come courtesy of Kenneth Price.
If you like this 9th Wonder produced jam and want to hear more from my man HaLo, make sure you head over to DJBooth and get that Heat Writer II. I can attest that it’s well worth the listen. And its FREE. So you have no excuses. Get to Clickin!
Skyzoo and illmind got some waavvy visuals with Kenneth Price’s direction for Langston’s Pen…
Peep the jointage
Here is the bran spankin’ new Kenneth Price directed video for Rapsody’s “Honda Accord Music.” For anyone who’s seen Rap rock this live, you know what it is. I stopped by the filming of this the other week, and it turned out great.
You can get this and many other new songs from 9th Wonder’s camp on October 26th with the release of 9th’s Opus.
BIG REMO’s LP, Entrapment, drops tomorrow! If you’re in the triangle area on Sept 28th come to the Brewery on Hillsborough st in Raleigh for the album release show. It will feature performances by Tom Hardy, Actual Proof, The Away Team, Kooley High’s own RAPSODY, and HaLo amongst others.
Music lovers in the triangle were in for a big treat last weekend. Raleigh’s first official music festival took over the downtown area and filled its bars and music venues with 150 bands over a 3 day span. Aside from the headliner (Public Enemy) and our own performance at the festival, there wasn’t a great deal of hip hop on the roster. Thankfully 9th Wonder and his crew took over the Linconl Theatre for a whole night of hip hop entertainment. IWWMG showed out in full force with assistance from The Remix Project and Wu-Tang’s own Reakwon. Above is the Kenneth Price directed summery of the night sans Reakwon.