Off the upcoming DJ Absolut-hosted Take This Serious.
Produced by M-Phazes; cuts by DJ Revolution.
The new album blitzkrieg doesn't stop.
P! and Roc Marci on a track together? Whew!
The first offering from the underground heavyweights.
This is definitely a nice way to start off my November. Featuring scratches from DJ Babu of Dilated Peoples/The Beat Junkies, this track featuring the three Brooklynites will be on Coalmine Records' forthcoming label compilation, Unearthed, which drops in January.
Indy label Coalmine Records is working on a compilation project titled Unearthed, and this banger featuring four underground mavens will land on that album when it drops in the early second quarter of 2013.
Off Substantial's Home Is Where the Art Is, available now on iTunes, CD and vinyl. After being selected by Ebony Magazine as one of the hottest releases of the week along with Kanye West, Jay-Z, and Big Sean, itunes picked Substantial's "Grateful" as one of their hot tracks. Today we are giving away Substantial's emotive
Featuring Antonio Mclendon; off AWAR's The Law of Nature. PREVIOUS: AWAR – Never Break Me f. Evidence (Video)
Directed by Darius Waters. After originally featuring on both the iTunes edition physical version of his Global Takeover 2 as well as The Nu World Remix EP that was released back in November, El Da Sensei liberates the visuals to the M-Phazes remix of To The Death (which was originally produced by The Returners).
Folks spent a considerable amount of time, well, shit-talking Blu over his past musical outputs. Well, now that he's back to doing music that's less avante-garde and more nostalgia-ridden I'm wondering if those same people will support. Hm. Anyways, he snapped on this track and if you're digging it (which I know you will) you