D.I.T.C.-Sessions-LP *Full Stream

You already know there’s blue flame coming from this one just on the strength . But once you hear the first voice on the intro (hint) , you know you’re in for that head crack .

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Apollo Brown w/ Skyzoo-Jordans & A Gold Chain-Prod. by Apollo Brown-Official Video

Apollo and Skyzoo speak on this track below

“When I wrote this song, the idea was to really zero in on what we were told as youngins’ in my neighborhood what was important. To us, the small wins of a pair of Jordans and a gold chain meant the world, and with that in mind some of us lived on a “by any means” aspect and did whatever it took to fulfill those desires. Whether right or wrong, we all aimed for the same things where I’m from, and this record is a testament of those moments.” – Skyzoo

“Sonically I wanted to give this record something that was minimal, gritty, and straight to the point; almost underproduced. Skyzoo did his thing, talking about a topic that I think we can all relate to as younger folk. It was always a goal to be one of the “haves”, instead of the “have-nots”. Jordan’s and a Gold chain gave that representation.” – Apollo Brown

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Off of Apollo and Sky’s “The Easy Truth” LP out now on Mello Music

Blu w/ Nottz-Titans In the Flesh-EP *Full Stream

Diamond Media sais:

Blu and Nottz are two of the most prolific and valued cultural contributors of their respective trades, and it’s while working together that the two make some of their most triumphant and powerful music. You hear that immediately on chest-pounding opener “The Truth,” the pure funk of “Heaven on Earth,” and the beyond-slick rhyming and crazy drums of “The Man.”
‘Titans In The Flesh’ drops July 15 through all major digital retailers, via Coalmine Records. Easter-yellow vinyl copies will also be available in limited supply, equipped with the instrumental and acapella passes of “The Man,” and the instrumental for “Heaven on Earth.”

Blaq Poet-The Most Dangerous-LP *Full Stream

Shinigamie Records sais:

New studio album of the Queensbridge legend
Blaq Poet, the most dangerous MC.

Front man in the early 90’s group PHD,
then with Screwball, Poet as destroyed
the best beats from Marley Marl, DJ Premier,
Pete Rock, Alchemist and the list goes on…
This time Poet called Kyo Itachi & Venom
a duo of producers with reputation that working
under the name of Ninjustice to provides him
new rythmes to crush.

On this 13 tracks Poet invited the QB’s finest
Tragedy Khadafi, his new Screwball formation
(Scape Scrilla & Ty Nitti of Infamous Mobb )
and his partner Comet meanwhile Kyo & Venom
brought brooklyn super group Bankai Fam,
Dro Pesci and the gifted singer El Ay.

As soon as the record starts
you can smell the good old New York rawness.

DJ Format-Psych Out-LP *Full Stream

BBE Music sais:

DJ Format’s Psych Out is a compilation of records from around the world that Format WISHES he could play at clubs every weekend. Some of the tracks are hard to categories …kind of psychedelic, kind of funky, kind of crazy…but most have unmistakable blend of distorted electric guitars, driving basslines and pounding drums. Maybe you didn’t think it was possible for “Foxy Lady” to be played any harder…but 49th Blue Streak did it. “Hava Nagila” never really seemed likely to lend itself to a psychedelic reworking…but The Quests from Singapore thought differently. In Germany, The CT Four Plus did away with boring tradition and instead praised God with their electric guitars. Advertising executives in France thought it best to spread the word of their new chocolate bar by commissioning the Bana Pop Band to make a cool 7″ flexi disc record. These are just a few examples of how the boundaries of music were being pushed in the late ’60s & early ’70s when most of these exciting recordings were made.

Apathy-Handshakes With Snakes-LP *Full Stream

Apathy sais:

Apathy delivers a plate served up with only the finest ingredients that you’d expect from a seasoned lyricist and producer. On this outing, Ap takes you through the perils of the current state of hip hop, corporate phonies and idiotic pop culture. Sprinkle in some trippy tales with vivid imagery plus the right amount of braggadocio verbiage, and the Demigodz frontman brings you full circle via industry rule number 4080. Listeners of this record will become cautious of who they shake hands with. Production duties are handled entirely by Apathy himself, captivating fans on a ride fully orchestrated in his own creative vision while bringing along a handful of carefully selected guest emcees…