Sunday, 15 November 2015

Chris Rivers - Ft Bamboo Krs 1 & R.A The Rugged Man - The Return (Produced By Dr G)

Taken from : Domingo - Same game New rules (deluxe Album) Chris Rivers - Ft Bamboo Krs 1 & R.A The Rugged Man - The Return (Prod By Dr G) Cuts by DJ Eclipse Produced by Dr G UK Available now from https://itunes.apple.com/gb/album/same-game-new-rules/id904410776 
Check out DR G at www.facebook.com/DrGProductions

Thursday, 5 November 2015

Verses Bang - In The Dog House

Friday, 23 October 2015

Tech N9ne & Excision - Roadkill

RAZOR174ST x FES TAYLOR - COUGH UP A LUNG

FES TAYLOR x M DOLLA x BILLY DA KID x HASON x YOUNGIN - CROSSING BORDERS PT 2

CHEEKY THE HOT - FALLING OUT OF LOVE

J. Stalin - Face Shots

DJ Paul KOM "You Know Where I'm Goin" [Official Video] #MasterOfEvil

ESG x Will Lean x Jade - "One Deep With My Cup"

Big E aka Mr Excellent feat.Chris Ward, JDawg, Lil Juice, & 03Tha Hu$tla "I Deserve 2 Eat"

Shakezpeare - Chosen (Produced by Dr G)

Wednesday, 14 October 2015

Slap Up Mill - Moments and Sketches

Rich Quick Interview

Introduce yourself, tell us where you are from?

My name is Rich Quick and I was born and raised in Woodbury, New Jersey. It's a small city about ten minutes outside of Philadelphia.

What artist's was you bumping when you were coming up?

A lot of classic West Coast. Dre, Snoop, Nate Dogg...especially 2Pac. I also was big into underground hip-hop like Jedi Mind Tricks, Atmosphere and Brother Ali. At the same time the era I grew up was feeding me the Cash Money's, the Ruff Ryder's and Murder Inc.'s. So I always bumped a little bit of everything.

How did you get into the music game?

Something made me want to do it. And when I discovered cyphers at my school, I wanted to do it even more. Back then you had to battle to get any sort of respect, so I was always trying my best to out-rap local emcees. It wasn't until I battled an emcee named Moe Cheeks that I actually had gotten served and started to re-think this whole rap thing. But Moe turned out to be cool, and encouraged me to stick with it. We started rapping together and eventually formed a group call Rag Tag, which kind of became a powerhouse of Hip-Hop in my city. We were known for killing it. Putting out projects, doing shows, battling, cyphers. That was my first taste of the rap game, and at such a young age.

Tell us what projects you have released?

I released seven projects, solo and with my group, until I broke out into the Philly Hip-Hop scene around 07. My debut mixtape to a large scale audience was "I'm with the DJ" in 2012 which catapulted me even further. It landed me an opportunity to team up with STRESS the Whiteboy, an acclaimed producer whose credits include Gym Class Heroes, Ghostface Killah and Lil' Wayne. He and I released our EP Sad Songz in 2013.

What artists have you worked with?

I'm really blessed to have collaborated with some heavy hitters. A lot of Philly legends like E. Ness, Hollowman, Truck North and Reef the Lost Cauze to name a few. And an even broader spectrum of artists including Tim Armstrong, Big Krit, Rakaa Iriscience of Dilated Peoples and Miilkbone. It's interesting for me to see how these guys create records and each individual experience I never forget.
 
You have been touring around just lately, Tell us about some of the places you have performed?

Well, I just got back from Europe where I toured the UK and the Netherlands. That was really dope to rock out in places like London and Amsterdam. Shouts out to Tricksta and the Beats And Bars crew for bringing me out there. It was an interesting experience touring overseas. It gave me a really good dose of culture and whole lot of perspective.

Tell us about your latest release?

The Everywhere Man is dope hip-hop! I experimented with some new things and worked with new artists. It was fun to create and watch evolve. As always I give people a close personal look at my life over some of the dopest production. The feedback on the project has been amazing thus far and as more people hear it, I hope the high praises keep pouring in.

What artists feature on there?

Of course I had to include my South Jersey brother Skrewtape on the remix to my fan favorite Real, Rugged Raw alongside Jersey legend Miilkbone. I also wanted to work with some overseas cats I had been hearing about like Lewis Parker and Dandyguel as well as Trademark Blud and Big Ribzy. I made sure to include songs with heavy hitters in the game like Chris Rivers, Reef the Lost Cauze and Rakaa Iriscience. The overall collaborations on this album came together nicely and are no joke!

What producers did you work with?

My ace will always be Stankfoot. The foundation of this album was built on his production. Tracks like No1, On My Shoulderz, and Son Come really got me comfortable and loose. I also had opportunity to work with the Snowgoons for the first time on the title track The Everywhere Man, which turned out really dope. The rest of the album contains cuts by STRESS the Whiteboy, J57 of the Brown Bag All Stars, J Hart, Bunker Beats, Divine Drummah, and The Wurxs.

For people just about to discover Rich Quick for the first time what can they expect to hear on the new album?

A glimpse into my life on a personal level. A showcase of good lyricism and healthy flows. And of course dope beats. This album has a little something for everyone.

Where can people get your music? 

My music can be found virtually anywhere music is sold on the Internet. And also physical copies are available through my website.

What are your website links and social media?

www.RichMFNQuick.com for the newest and latest as well as exclusive content---or follow me on any social network @RichMFNQuick.

Whats next for Rich Quick?

I feel that I'm about to make the greatest music of my entire career. I'm so inspired right now and the only place I can go is up. I love life.

Anything you want to add and shout out?

Shouts-Out to my team at Exponent Entertainment, Corfu, and all of my devoted fans and supporters who continue to help me grow my brand.

Saturday, 22 August 2015

DJ Pressure presents Old Boys Club - Skoolin Sucka Mcees

Second preview track from OLD BOYS CLUB fourth coming album - Skoolin Sucka MC's featuring - Cleverone (Da Buze Bruvaz) Boogie Waters, Pawzone & D-Monarch (Crown Jewelz/Salford Mad Pack, Produced by Kid Tsunami, cuts & arrangement by DJ Pressure, mixed & mastered by D-Monarch

Wednesday, 12 August 2015

Rich Quick Announces Debut LP, European Tour & Drops Snowgoons Produced Single

Rich Quick - The Everywhere Man #Album Pre-Order
https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/the-everywhere-man/id1027064790

Rich Quick - The Everywhere Man (Prod. by Snowgoons) #Single
https://soundcloud.com/richmfnquick/rich-quick-the-everywhere-man-prod-by-snowgoons

[Philadelphia, PA] Here, there...The Everywhere Man. Whether as the talk of the Internets, as DJBooth’s top charting artist of the entire first quarter in 2015, or as the high point of his upcoming European tour, rap phenom Rich Quick is everywhere!

The South Jersey native known for his unique worldview and effortless lyrical delivery has the industry on full alert in 2015! Radio and TV giant Charlamagne The God is a self-proclaimed new fan, and most recently, New York music imprint Soulspazm has taken a serious liking to the Rich Quick movement in the form of a distribution deal.

The newly inked Soulspazm deal is a testament to Quick’s relentless grind toward the release of his upcoming The Everywhere Man album, which is set for September 28th! Executive produced by Ccelli and STRESS, the LP is an opus that will solidify the beloved emcee’s transition from regional heavyweight to a nationally and globally known artist.

Along with the release, he’s set to debut a companion website at www.TheEverywhereMan.com, with user interactivity that will take his fan love to a whole new level!

Check out his latest single, the title track produced by German giants Snowgoons, "The Everywhere Man": http://bit.ly/1ITLtza With A&R backing from J57, Rich Quick’s album tracklist reads like a national convening of the best indie/underground artists around, including Chris Rivers, Rakaa Iriscience (Dilated Peoples), Reef The Lost Cauze, Jakk Frost, Jay Griffy, and more. The production buffet is a pure Hip-Hop crate dive, with J57, STANKFOOT, Stress, the Black Thought backed team The Wurxs, and more.

What makes Rich Quick's project so special, however, is the young but seasoned artist’s clearly apparent appreciation for the old and the new. His tastes are "everywhere" – in a great way – from the classic vinyl days of early rap to today’s fresher than you lyricism and artistry, and Hip-Hop fans from all walks of life will find something to enjoy on the 14 track album.

Take a sneak peak at the tracklist below, and look for The Everywhere Man on September, 28th!

Rich Quick - The Everywhere Man #Album Tracklist:
01. The Everywhere Man (prod. by Snowgoons)
02. Real Rugged Raw (Remix) [feat. Skrewtape & Miilkbone) (prod. by Divine Drummah)
03. Walk on Bye (feat. Jakk Frost & Chuck Treece) [prod. by STREECE]
04. Get A Grip (feat. DJ Soulbuck) [prod. by DJ Soulbuck]
05. Breakfast (feat. Archie Bang & DJ J Hart) [prod. by J57]
06. Runnin' (prod. by STRESS)
07. Poizon (feat. Ryshon Jones, Chris Rivers & Jay Griffy) [prod. by The Wurxs]
08. Son Come (prod. by STANKFOOT)
09. Ain't Hard2Tell (feat. Dandyguel & Lewis Parker) [prod. by DJ J Hart]
10. Call Out King (prod. by The Wurxs)
11. NJ2UK (feat. Trademark Blud, Big Ribzy & DJ J Hart) [prod. by Bunker Beats]
12. Travelin' Man (Album Version) [feat. Reef The Lost Cauze & Rakaa Iriscience] (prod. by STREECE)
13. On My Shoulderz (prod. by STANKFOOT)
14. No1 (prod. by STANKFOOT)

Park Street PR, Exponent Ent. & Platformz Present...
Rich Quick & Rediculus '"Buy Me A Beer UK Tour" (With support from DJ Tricksta: Beats & Bars). Confirmed tour dates and locations are below.

• 8/06 (Thurs) London @ White Lion, SW16 1BB: http://whitelion.org.uk
• 8/07 (Fri) Portsmouth @ The Drift Bar, PO5 3PT: https://www.facebook.com/driftbar
• 8/08 (Sat) Birmingham @ Suki10C, B5 5PJ: https://www.facebook.com/Suki10c
• 8/09 (Sun) Stoke @ The Basement, ST1 1JA: http://www.clubthebasement.com/
• 8/12 (Wed) Wednesbury @ The Roost Bar WS10 7JB: https://www.facebook.com/events/862540783801764/
• 8/14 (Fri) Swindon @ Level 3, SN1 5NX: http://level3club.co.uk
• 8/16 (Sun) Redditch @ The Queens Head, B98 8AY: https://www.facebook.com/queensheadmusic
• 8/18 (Tues) Amsterdam, Winston

Rich Quick has achieved the following support and accolades through the following online publications:

• Feature: "Searching For Tupac" 'HipHop As A Healer?' [via AllHipHop.com]
• Single: "Mean Street$" (featuring Audible Doctor, Nutso, and Davenport Grimes) [via
2DopeBoyz.com]
• Featured Single: "On My Shoulderz" single [via RESPECT.]
• Feature: Meet Rich Quick [via DJBooth.net]
• Single: "No1" (debut leak taken from, The Everywhere Man) [EarMilk Premiere]
• Charts: Rich Quick edges out Meek Mill, Kendrick Lamar and Drake [via DJBooth.net]
• Feature: Word Is Bond Meets Rich Quick [via WordIsBond]
• Single: "Buy Me A Beer" Named #HeaterOfTheDay [via AllHipHop]
• Charts: "Breakfast" (feat. Archie Bang & DJ J Hart) [prod. by J57] #1 most popular indie single of '14 [via DJBooth..net]

Rich Quick - Say U Love Me

Jay Griffy - Rigamortis

Jay Griffy - 25th Hour

Tuesday, 4 August 2015

C-RAW - LOOK CLOSER

Wednesday, 29 July 2015

Vote for MR JUNBUG

Album of the Year.
Artist of the Year.
Group/Label of the year. 
Slept on artist of the year. 
Power player of the year. 

Sunday, 12 July 2015

MEDA G- Reminisce (Filmed by Grade A Media)

Kenex - "Stripper Moves" - Directed by @JaeSynth

Prime Minister - "FOREVER MOBBIN" - Directed by @JaeSynth

CZARFACE "Sgt. Slaughter" OFFICIAL VIDEO (Inspectah Deck of Wu-Tang Clan + 7L & Esoteric)

Money Mafia ft. Maine Musik, TEC and Ace B - "Pop Out"

Youngin - Kill The Game

Hopsin - FLY

Dat Boi T - "Seven Years Later"

Murs - The Worst

Fes Taylor - If U Knew

Saturday, 23 May 2015

Z-RO - On The Way To Dallas Freestyle

J Heise - "Get Money My Way" - Directed by @JaeSynth

King RA & Bunty Beats - Chillin

Da Mafia 6ix "High Like an Eagle" ft. La Chat & Fiend from Watch What U Wish

Steady Grindin & Kaotic Klique - Don't Forget About Me ( Prod. By Faided)

MURS - Have A Nice Life | In Stores Now!

Money Mafia- "Wana Wish Death"

Good Ol' Boyz - "Train Robbery" - Directed by @JaeSynth

Fes Taylor ft King Just - I Really Mean It

Fes Taylor - Werewolf In Staten

Friday, 24 April 2015

Crawling on 4s Remix Ec Mayne, Jdawg, Lil Rick , Esg , YC

EMOE TVEE: Chuck Deezle x Jonah76 "Get Lost"

(OUTLAWZ) Young Noble Featuring Hussein Fatal - "iRemember" - Directed by @JaeSynth

Freddie Gibbs - Pronto

Youngin - Cash Rules

Tech N9ne - Special Effects | Innovate

Da Mafia 6ix "No Good Deed" ft. La Chat

UK Runnings Presents : Best Of Shakezpeare​.​.​. The Story So Far

Monday, 9 March 2015

Saturday, 28 February 2015

Nyce Da Future Ft Kay1er x Mic Check - Americas Nightmare

K Deezy f Pinky XXX & DEELISHIS King Of Diamond Mondays Official Video

Exclusive interview with BORN 2WICE


You were born in New Jersey and moved to Houston, what was it like making that transition from the East to the South?
We lived in west New York, New Jersey; I was about 13-14 when we moved to Houston. My mom just wanted a change. Around that time I was already fully affirmed with hip hop. I was djing at 15 and had my own dj set. I was fully hip hopped out with the name belt, name plates and b-boy belcher.

I am actually one of the people who took hip hop culture to Houston! It was definitely a culture shock (laughs). You know what was funny? When I first got there they treated me funny, because they didn't understand me having Adidas shell toes, suits with the creases sewn in and my hair in waves. They didn't understand any of that. Then when Beat Street came out, they looked back at me and said, “Oh! Ok, this guy was doing this the whole time!”

At that time hip hop hadn't hit nationwide yet, so once it did people began to know what it was.

Your first album, ‘You have the right to remain violent’ had that classic Pen and Pixel artwork, how did you come up with the concept for the front cover?
I was really good friends with Aaron and Shawn Brock who owned Pen and Pixel. My brother Ricky Royal also known as Gangsta Rick from Royal Flush came up with the title of the album, ‘You have the right to remain violent’. I just took my artistic mind to develop the aspects that the, cops and everyone is against me. I came up with the concept of ‘Poverty breeds criminals’ and got Pen and Pixel to use the words like they were carved into stone.


On that album you collaborated with 3-2 and UGK – how did that come about?
Bun B and I are still tight to this day and god rest Pimp C’s soul. Pimp C and I did a lot of work together and at that time I was like the famous guy in the city. UGK hadn't really emerged yet, so we started a big group of top rappers in Houston called, The Org. There wasn't that much home grown stuff coming out of Houston at that time, except for Geto Boys and people like that.

We worked together because we were all that we had. UGK used to come to my house; I had a mini mansion with a swimming pool and all of that. They would come by my house and shoot pool and hang out in my Jacuzzi. I had a little studio on the side of the house, so I would make beats. I was just getting real strong into the music, they came by and we worked together and some good songs came out of it.

Your second album was ‘Portrait of a serial player’ where you worked with East Coast and West Coast rappers Tim Dog, Kool Keith and Ice T.
I moved out to California and Ice T and I became business partners. Ice T and Coco were just here at my mansion in Atlanta, so we are still cool to this day. Let me say r.i.p to Tim Dog because he died recently. I still talk to Kool Keith we spoke, maybe a month ago.


At the moment you’re working on a new album called ‘American Black Mafia’, can you tell us about that?
It’s the last album I’m going to do, so it’s different and more eclectic. Basically it’s an amalgamation of all of my life experiences coming together on this last release. There’s rock and roll, gangster music and even acoustic guitar on there. Lyrically I think it’s superior to anything that’s going to come out. It will definitely be a collector’s item; I’m not concerned about how many it’s going to sell. My thing is that I am still a hip hop head, so I am more concerned about the quality and the work.

Will it be available on iTunes as well as cd? On both, I own all the rights and publishing on all the music I have ever put out, so this record is no different. I've got songs with Devin the Dude, Pimp C, Bun B and Z-Ro – I have paid these people to be on my album so I own the rights to the songs.

You say it’s your last album but will you still be working within the industry?
I own Bigga Entertainment so we are ready to start signing up some of the younger guys and give them an opportunity to shine. As well as putting out their music I’ll be doing movies too, at the moment I’m working with a brilliant new director called Cliff Mack. We’ll be working on some documentaries on Houston to keep the ball rolling. After that we are looking to shoot more feature films.

Are you based in Houston or Atlanta?
Right now I’m in Atlanta but I’m based in Houston and I got a place in Los Angeles too.

Will you be doing shows with this album?
If the money’s right, I’m and excellent performer but the money has got to be right. If you need me to do a show you need to be coming with at least $25,000 - $30,000 that’s for a good friend. I charge around $50,000 for somebody I don’t know.


What’s the scene like in Houston at the moment?
It’s cool; you got artist like Z-Ro who is huge and doing his thing. There’s a new group that Jas Prince has just signed called the Sauce Boys who are killing it right now. Boston George is really making a lot of noise, I love his stuff. Kirko Bangz is still doing a great job. You've got a lot of young artists like Slim Thug, Paul Wall and those guys still doing their thing. So, yeah you got a Houston movement that is still bubbling.

We took a big hit losing, Hawk, Big Moe and Pimp C all within a 2 year span, when all of that happened it kind of killed the momentum that Houston was having. It kind of shifted back to Atlanta after that and we weren't able to get it back, but I think with these new guys that are bubbling in Houston – we will get it right back.

Anything else you would like to add?
Basically I am honoured to do this interview. I would love to come and see you guys in the UK before the end of the year. When I come there I can’t promise they will let me in there as far as my previous criminal records. But, unlike most guys who have made these records I have lived that lifestyle and fortunately I come from that background. By the grace of God I have been able to survive it.

Salute to you guys for interviewing me.

Interview by JAI BOO

Guce - "Got Damit / I'm Real (ft. Matt Blaque)" - Directed by @JaeSynth