02.Never What It Seems (ft. Jon Hope)
04.Nothing At All
05.Kiss Kiss Bang Bang
06.Weston (ft. Dusty Roze)
08.LP-550 (ft. Troy Ave)
09.You Only Live Twice (ft. Kyle Lucas)
10.Brighton Beach (ft. Ro Ransom)
Long Beach-born, NYC-residing buzzmaker Marcè Reazon has come together with The DJBooth to bring listeners his digital debut album, A View to Kill. Recorded over the past year in the artist’s Brooklyn studio apartment, the project features 11 original records from the producer and audio engineer-turned-solo artist. Included is reader-approved lead single “Sad Beginnings.” Joining Reazon on the guest tip throughout A View to Kill are Dusty Roze, Jon Hope, Kyle Lucas, Ro Ransom and Troy Ave. All beats come courtesy of Reazon himself.
Booth-acclaimed beatsmith WillPower (akaSupaHotBeats) has come together with The DJBooth and BALLERS EVE to bring listeners his latest street album, SupaHotBeats Instrumental Collection Vol. 1. Part one in a series of instrumental releases leading up to the ATL producer’s debut studio album (set for release in 2013), the DJ Dirrty-hosted project features 12 tracks worth of the ATL producer’s best boardwork in recent memory. Included are the beats from previously-featured bangers by Yelawolf (“Pop the Trunk”) and Nikkiya (“When I Was High”), as well as collaborations with Chevy Woods, Jon Hope, STS, Rittz and Tech N9ne.
Ricky Shabazz & the Boom Bap Boys and Juan Deuce present No Sweat. After the major success of his collaborative tape with Falside for The Mechanics EP, Juan recruited a team of slick producers to craft the music on No Sweat: Falside, J57 and Audible Doctor (of The Brown Bag All-Stars), The Doppelgangaz, Fonzi Wells, pJAYd, Fakts One (The Perceptionists), and ACB. Juan flexes over the diverse production, showcasing his growing lyrical muscles with a little help from fellow New Englanders Jon Hope, Romen Rok, and Dj Emoh Betta. Stream, download, share and enjoy! Note: Physical copies of No Sweat and Sweat Band Bundles will be available for purchase via Strange Famous Records later this month.
Rhode Island buzzmaker Jon Hope has come together with The DJBooth and Surefire Recording Studios to bring listeners his latest album release, the Work in Progress LP. The project features 16 original records from the Booth favorite, including previously-released singles “Rhode Less Traveled” and “Cashews.” Joining Hope on the guest tip throughout Work in Progress are Jeff Nolan, LJC, Rittz, Khalil, Taktix, Candace, Erica Singer, Deron ‘Byngo’ Outland and Alysia Ross. Beats come courtesy of LJC, Taktix, Blaze P., Zulu and Xaviles. Fans and supporters can download the free version of Work in Progress for a limited time, or directly purchase DJBooth’s exclusive premium version, complete with high quality MP3s.
The Unique Squared Mobile Studio team is now set to begin the promotional campaign for The Official SXSW Mixtape, presented by Quality Control Marketing & UniqueSquared.com. Following the precedent set by the first Unique Squared Mixtape, Mobile Studio brainchild Amond ‘AJ’ Jackson, along with Program Director Soul Wallace were determined to set the bar once again.
Boston representative Marc Antoni has hooked up with DJBooth.net to bring listeners his latest street release, the Overnight EP. The project features seven fresh cuts (plus one bonus track) from the up-and-coming emcee. Included are Booth-approved, reader-approved leaks “Handle Business” and “Attempts.” Joining Marc Antoni on the guest tip throughout Overnight are Rain, Jon Hope, Theo Martins, Laws, I-20, Flint, Ryan K and Mondo. All production comes courtesy of Grammy-nominated beat crew The TrackSlayerz and The Waiting Game buzzmaker DJ Pain1.
Seattle up-and-comer Grynch has joined forces with DJBooth.net to bring fans his latest EP, Timeless. The project features five fresh records from the freestyle series alumnus, along with two additional bonus tracks. Included on the EP is the reader-approved title track, as well as leaked cut “All I Wanna Do.” Making guest appearances throughout Timeless are Jon Hope, La, Wizdom and Sol. All beats on the EP proper come courtesy of fellow Seattle native Jester, with Blue Scholars member Sabzi and D-Sane assisting on the bonus cuts