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Hussch Boy recording artist / producer Cristol has had the clubs going crazy over the past several years with a colossal movement. This is his latest single – We Ain’t […]
The South, East, & West come together to create pure DOPENESS! 3x Dope appears on Spark aka SparkDawg upcoming solo project titled “Black Roses & Closed Caskets Rating 3.00 out […]
Filmed in Dallas, TX and comprised of local Dallas talent and members of the mental health community, “Gotta Ball” was shot and directed by Renee Thompson.
E$ (EMONEY) is a Latin American Rap Artist from the Southern California, Inland Empire area. For years he had been hearing beats from Nine Diamond who is a producer that was getting buzz on a number of hiphop sites. He never thought the producer lived in the Los Angeles area but a close friend of both E$ and Nine Diamond introduced them to each other and they started working together. The first song they made is this new single “Turnt Up”. They then linked up with super star celebrity DJ Necterr to put the project out to the world. Recently the single was played around in clubs across the country and with the attention the single is getting this new Latino American rapper is starting to make a wave with his unique style.
Rubble Kings is set in the war-torn Bronx of the 1970’s, where an unlikely group of youngsters did the impossible by setting aside their differences, refocusing their anger, and bringing peace to their gang-ridden streets, through the birth of a highly innovative, dynamic, and unstoppable new culture called Hip Hop.
The initial Rubble Kings soundtrack contained a large portion of the music featured on this mixtape. For various legal and budgetary reasons, all but one of these songs were omitted from the final cut of the film. Now, for the first time ever, you can hear what was previously intended (but what would have cost hundreds of thousands of dollars in sample clearances) for the affordable price of $FREE.99
This mix was compiled and assembled by DJ Tahleim, Sammy Needlz, Rok One and the film’s director Shan Nicholson (all incredible selectors and musical encyclopedias in their own right). Much like New York City itself, it is divided into five sections (based on the musical genres that influenced these notorious gangs). From the anthemic soul and funk of the Black struggle, to the salsa and Boogaloo of the Latin Barrios, to the gritty and abrasive psychedelic rock of White gangland. A true epic tale of war and peace, “Rubble Kings: The Mixtape” serves as a direct sonic glimpse into the heart and soul of this pivotal moment in the city’s history.
Ready to Enter? It’s Pretty simple. Download: the Spire Recorder app is free from the iTunes App Store (currently only available on iOS devices). Spit: Drink some water and record your best 16 bars on […]
On June 27th, the legendary Music Room will play host to some of the best up-coming emcees and talent out right now when “The Sweat Shop” kicks-off. Presented by […]
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: RECORDING LYRICIST EPIDEMIC LAUNCHES NEW VENTURE OUTBREAK MEDIA GROUP WITH AN EXCLUSIVE VIEWING PARTY
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: RECORDING LYRICIST EPIDEMIC LAUNCHES NEW VENTURE OUTBREAK MEDIA GROUP WITH AN EXCLUSIVE VIEWING PARTY MIAMI, FLORIDA, JUNE 5, 2015 – The founders of Outbreak Media Group have […]