I’m usually not the type to cry “Wolf”, but let’s face it…can’t really ignore Tyler, The Creator anymore. On his upcoming album there’s at least one superb track called “Treehome95″ with miss Erykah Badu and Coco (Quadron) on the vocal tip. Gotta do a quick post, but will give the entire album a listen later this weekend. Thanks DJ Blue for the tip and If you like you can pre-order “Wolf” via iTunes.
Been quite a while since we’ve posted anything new from TiRon & Ayomari, but best believe this L.A. duo is still makin’ exquisite summer time music. Their latest ride is called “No Filter” and takes you on a little trip made possible by SiR of Woodworks who also contributed some background vocals.
We thought we’d roll into some new Hip Hop from Realm Reality who is the latest signee to Prodigy’s Infamous Records. The L.A. rapper recently dropped “I Just Want To Be There” featuring Blu and Fred Da Godson off his “In Grind We Trust” mixtape. Really diggin’ this production from Nottz Raw, who still bangin’ out dem beats we like. Make sure you snatch up a free download of this while supplies last.
Everything seems connected at times don’t it? Just a few weeks ago I sold a record (online) to the one and only Pete Rock and today I come a across this super dope illustrator named Jay Roeder. You might ask yourself how the two are connected, but to me they are…in a way. Jay Roeder did an amazing 55 piece illustrated series of Biggie’s main verse from “Juicy”. It took him a little over a year to finish the project and I love it! Oh and Pete Rock did a remix of this very song of course. Peace to Ego Trip…and if you don’t know, now you know.
D’Angelo and Questlove held an intimate jam session at New York’s Brooklyn Bowl for the ‘Soulquarians: “Brothers In Arms” yesterday. At the end of the show D’Angelo officially announced that he almost finished his upcoming album.
A long time ago, when Hip Hop was a lot different then it is now, there was a producer named Shawn J Period. He had produced for Mos Def, 4 Hero, Artifacts, Mad Skillz and Bush Babees in the nineties. Later in his carreer (2007) he released his “The Come Back” EP which contained “Journey’s Process”. For some reason I always loved instrumental and it’s time to share this as a Slept on Sundays joint.
Pacific Division or better know as Pac Div now have been at it for a while now. I must admit that over the years a lot of songs haven’t been our cup of tea. Let’s face it…artists change, the audience changes, but on their new “GMB” I did manage to find a nice gem. Been bumping “La Cienega Luxor” featuring Big Sik for a minute now and really like the raw hip hop vibe. The deluxe edition is available on so click if you dig.