Man Bites Dog Records are proud to present this new music video “Outta Room” from MHz Legacy artist Tage Future produced by RJD2. The song is from their album MHz Legacy. Video directed by Dan Gotti. Please support independent music & buy this album from the links above.
From Wu-Tang Clan Member Cappadonna’s newest offering “Eyrth, Wynd & Fyre” 2xLP “Pull Your Life Together” (Prod. J. Glaze) The Double Disc album drops 2-26-13 on RBC RECORDS and is a MUST OWN for all Wu-Tang & Hip-Hop heads alike as Donna Cappa Goins takes the listener on an introspective look through his development in the game!
While everyone spent 2012 fretting and pondering over the end of the world, 7evenThirty was busy serving up his own apocalypse. Heaven’s Computer is one of the finest concept albums hip-hop has produced in recent memory. The Jackson, Mississipi MC spun the tale of Max Redrum’s quest to annihilate Earth with the style and attitude of a liquor store cypher.
After dropping the video for one of the more acerbic tracks on the LP, “Where It’s At”, 7even comes back around to hit you with the remix. He enlists Sacramento young gun Lee Bannon with the task of reworking some of the most aggressive bars on the album. Bannon pairs 7even’s feral conviction with a hard-hitting drum loop and a cooled out synth line.
Part b-boy, part space-gangster, part novelist, 7evenThirty is exactly the creative breath of fresh air hip-hop needs. Heaven’s Computer is available now via Mello Music Group.
The Black Opera decided to take a second to speak to the moment.
A MESSAGE FROM THE BLACK OPERA:
In times like these, Dark Comedy is no laughing matter. So with all jokes aside, we wanted to put a satirical spin on A$AP Rocky’s “Fuckin’ Problem” in order to address current events and issues. Events and issues that include the school shooting in Connecticut, gun control, mental health, and America’s prescription drug addition amongst others. RIP to everyone that lost their lives in the Newtown, CT school shooting and the innocent lives lost everyday in these streets and around the world.
For those who attended the most recent Nightlife were blessed to see an amazing outpouring of love and support from the music community for their dearly departed friend and colleague Roc Raida in the form of stellar musical performances. It was one of those nights… Magic.
For those who couldn’t make it, here’s a podcast put together by the Beat Junkies for you to enjoy.
The podcast features some of the sets performed by Curse, Mr. Choc, J.Rocc as well as the whole performance sets by P-Trix, D-Styles, and Melo D.