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More Chiddy Bang Mania!

Happiness is a warm gun livin' fully loaded.

I’ve been posting waayyy too much Chiddy Bang over the past month. I feel like I’ve dedicated a blog to them… hint, hint (it’s in the works). But they are too damn good to pass up. With their EP, The Preview, just around the corner, Chiddy’s droppin’ some fine remixes to get the word out.

Their remix of New Zealand’s chart topping “Young Blood”, originally by The Naked & Famous, goes so damn well with Chiddy’s style, especially with Alisa Xayalith’s backup vocals. They also did a cover of Bobby McFerrin’s “Don’t Worry Be Happy” for Billboard.com‘s mashup monday – take a look at it below.

I also had to include one last track from their EP that’s droppin’ this next Tuesday (support that shit!). “Bad Day” is […]

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KanYe Outdid Diddy

The next evolution in (mainstream) hip-hop (we're gettin' there).

With all these tracks Kanye is pushing out and his G.O.O.D. music label growing, the man’s becoming a multi-purpose music machine rather than just a top charting hip-hop artist. But unlike Diddy, KanYe is enlisting some of the best acts in hip-hop.

If you take a look at the two’s recently released tracks – KanYe’s “Christian Dior Denim Flow” & Diddy’s “Another One” – you see where hip-hop is growing apart and evolving (at least in some areas). It’s not really about how the beat’s evolving or even the lyrics. That may have a part in it, but it’s mainly how the culture is progressing. For too long hip-hop’s been about […]

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The Preview by Chiddy Bang

Workin' wonders with Logic 'n' Reason.

When I posted “The Good Life” a couple days back, I wasn’t expecting to listen to The Preview just a few days later. I had no idea at the time that the Australian release was set for October 1.

Last night a buddy of mine from New Zealand hooked me up with a link. I thought he was fucking with me at first, but after sampling the tracks I figured it was legit. The album’s been on repeat since and of course I have mixed reviews (always happens with new albums).

To The Preview and Chiddy Bang’s credit, these guys have come out with two stellar tracks in the past few month “Pass Out” & “The Good Life”, not to mention […]

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The Good Life by Chiddy Bang

"Swelly, swelly, Swelly, swelly, Swelly, swelly, Swelly"

With The Preview right around the corner, I decided to post a preview of The Preview.

Chiddy Bang’s first single off their upcoming EP dropped just over two weeks ago. I’ve had some time with the “The Good Life” and it’s definitely a good show at what’s to come.

I really think Chiddy Bang has serious potential at making it big. First off, they are signed under Parlophone Records, which houses some great acts, including Gorillaz, Radiohead and The Chemical Brothers, just to name a few. Second, the duo has the character and personality to hook a wide audience. So much hip-hop today lacks character/personality, and with Chiddy Bang’s cunning play on words and finely laid out beats, I expect these two to […]

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Work it Out by Grap Luva

Produced by Joc Max & Recorded by Damu the Fudgemunk

Caught this thanks to K-Murdock who’s worked with Damu on Panacea in the past and I’m sure the future (big fan).

I’ve followed Damu the Fudgemunk’s works for a few years now, but as for the other two, Grap Luva & Joc Max, I’ve only heard ’em through word of mouth, although I’m sure I’ve run into their work before. But strictly speaking, “Work it Out” is one hell of a smooth & soulful hip-hop track. Lately, I’ve been seeing a lack of soul in a lot of hip-hop (not all), and it’s good to see something soulfully fresh.

Grap Luva is reportedly releasing a 7-track EP later this year and “Work it Out” is a good glimpse in what’s to come. I’m lovin’ Grap’s tone against the instrumentals the other two whipped up. He’s best advised to keep Damu & Joc Max on the beats for his upcoming EP. Shit will kill.

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Stuck on an Island by ¡MAYDAY! (Preview)

Mayday's payday comin' October 12.

I got a press advance of Stuck on an Island a few months back (so sweet), but held on to it for a while until closer to the release date.

I’ve been a big fan of ¡MAYDAY! since their self-titled release back in ’06. In fact, it was one of the reasons I created the site in the first place – they were my second post, right after DJ Frane. Since then I’ve been waiting for the next LP and it’s finally here – well, soon for y’all :p

So what do I think of the album I’m not going to get into it too much until it’s released on Oct. 12, but there are definitely a few stand out tracks. It may not be up to the standard of their first album – I’m always bias to […]

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Lord Lord Lord by KanYe West

He's one arrogant son of a bitch and rightfully so.

As foolish as KanYe can be, the man is right in many respects. A couple months back I was listening to KanYe’s rant on a UK radio station (featured below), and I’ll admit I was skeptical of him every word he said.

Now that I look back on it, I’ll admit he was right for the most part. Yea the guy is arrogant, but at the level he’s at, who wouldn’t be It would take a very humble man to control an ego like that.

The only thing I disagree with KanYe in the video is when he talks about the Bible. I’m no “Bible enthusiast” – in fact, I’m not even Christian – but no KanYe, you would not be […]

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False Hopes by Doomtree

"I'm trying to free up them wings, trying to bare some teeth."

In an interview with Ryan Olson on The Local Show, Ryan talks about some of his favorite music from the Midwest, one being from Doomtree’s very own Cecil Otter.

The song he talks about, Traveling Dunk Tank, is off of Doomtree’s first album, False Hopes. I talked about one of False Hopes‘s singles, Flex, a year back, but I had to showoff the rest of the album, thanks to Ryan.

Unlike Doomtree’s latest self-titled album, False Hopes is set up with one hit after another. It’s just one of those […]

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Good Friday by KanYe West

feat. Common, Pusha T, KiD CuDi, Big Sean & Charlie Wilson

I haven’t heard Common in a while, but damn do I miss that smooth flow of his. I don’t know how KanYe does it, but he gets the best of the best (and the worst of the worst). I guess it’s just because he’s KanYe “mother fuckin'” West (for better or worse).

Minus the theatrics, he always shows us some talent, most recently with this “Good Friday” feature. CuDi features on the track with some back up vocals – I’m liking his recent stuff even more than KanYe’s. Common, like I mentioned above, was most impressive with lyrics that reminded me of a Pharcyde quote I remember from back in the day […]

What’d you think of the rest of the featured artists – Pusha T, Big Sean & Charlie Wilson

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One Foot in the Grave by Wrekonize (feat. Bernz)

"We still overpopulate this moody bitch."

Got sick on the way back from North Coast – I wouldn’t recommend MegaBus. As such, this post is going to be short – it took enough for me to actually put it out.

Wrekonize is part of a favorite hip-hop group of mine, ¡MAYDAY! from Miami. He just put out a mixtape called A Soiree For Skeptics, which I would review, but I don’t have the strength right now – maybe lata. But check this single off it, it’s a good example of his style.

Alright, I’m out! See it was short ;)

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