Stylie Ray is back with a banger! As if he wouldnt? “How Am I Suppose To” prod by Mark 5 ft. Sindo Jackson aka Sin Franklin. Stylie is giggin on this joint keepin the struggle present in his music, but makin it feel good at the same time. Summer heat.! #samecloth
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Episode 145 of Microphone Masters Radio has J-Luv flying solo but with a special guest!
Pawz One is in the studio for a conversation about his new album, F.U.C.K. Pawz talks about the unreleased collaboration collection and what it was like to work with the likes of Masta Ace, Sadat X and Shabaam Shadeeq to name a few.
J reacts to the Jesse Williams speech. Powerful or empty rhetoric?
Check out tracks from Snoop Dogg, Styles P, Pawz One, D.I.T.C., Blu, Nottz, Schoolboy Q, Mazhe and more.
Microphone Masters Radio Episode 145 (06-29-16) Tracklist
Intro: Jesse Williams Speech and Reaction
Snoop Dogg – Super Crip
Schoolboy Q feat Kendrick Lamar – By Any Means
Jay IDK – Mentality
Pawz One Conversation
Pawz One – How Real is That?
Pawz One feat Sadat X and Smarts – Deception
Styles P – When Ghost Lost It
Blu & Nottz – Atlantis
Mazhe – Hit
DJ Skizz feat Your Old Droog – Listen to Jazz
D.I.T.C. – Toe to Toe
Microphone Masters Radio Episode 145 (06-29-16) Show (Stream/Download)
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Seattle hip-hop artist Dave B releases a brand new music video for his latest Punch Drunk single “Outside”. Produced by Stewart Villain and Vitamin D with video direction by Warsame Warsame of Goodrich and Gold, “Outside” is the fourth music video released from Dave B’s debut EP, Punch Drunk, currently available on iTunes.
Dave B explains, “We were at the homie’s house and he had the nice lawn at the crib. We’re just drinking and got hella bored but we had all of the video equipment and said ‘Let’s just shoot an impromptu video for ‘Outside.’ The n***a had hella puppies and sh*t on his lawn. We just banged it out and made this little video.”
Punch Drunk blends elements of hip-hop, R&B, jazz and funk over conscious-driven lyrics with soulful melodies and harmonies. Dave’s music has received incredible support from Pigeons & Planes (“rap-sings effortlessly”), The Fader (“versatile rapper”), 2Dopeboyz (“remarkably exceptional”), Indie Shuffle (“favorite hip-hop tune”), HotNewHipHop (“promising talent”), Seattle Weekly (“Seattle’s most endearing”), Seattle Times (“prolific young rapper”) and many others.
On July 22, Dave B teamed with producer Sango from Soulection to release their collaboration project called Tomorrow. Check out Tomorrow song releases “Got It From” and “Parallel” available now.
2DopeBoyz – “gifted wordsmith”
206Up – “lyrical deftness slick as rainwater”
DJ Booth – “versatile hip-hop artist”
Good Music All Day – “incredibly smooth new album”
HotNewHipHop – “one of the city’s most promising talents”
Indie Shuffle – “favorite hip-hop tune of 2015”
Seattle Weekly – “Seattle’s most endearing young rapper”
The Fader – “versatile rapper”
Yahoo Music – “introspective lyrics and palatable sound”
Dave B Premieres Music Video “Outside”
West Coast hip-hop artist Siccness is back with a new song and accompanying video titled “That S*** Goes”. Bad Seed Faculty artist Siccness drops dope lyrics over a slapping West Coast style beat on this banger. Check the video below. Only on DubCNN.
Music Video For The Single “THAT SHIT GOES” Off Of SICCNESS Mixtape “WALTER”.
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Siccness – That S*** Goes (Video)
Shade Sheist is letting some new records fly for the summer, while he finalises his new album.
Since 2014 Sheist has dropped the Tommy Black produced “City of Angels” and “Cali Is My Main Bitch” before releasing his declaration of independence “It Ain’t Good” in 2015, all in preparation for his long awaited 3rd full-length studio LP “BLACKOPS.”
So far this year we confirmed he’s still finishing that album up, with the leaking of 2 tracks – “He’s Servin’ Raw Bass“ with his partner in rhyme – N.U.N.E. – and then his pure G-Funk “I’ll Wait” which was a nod to Roger Troutman.
Today Shade Sheist is back with “Follow Me To The Smoke” alongside DubCNN alumni Clinton Wayne and Sheist told us;
“[This is] my latest groove from the album…I’m just letting records fly because it’s Summer and I’m sitting on too many jams to be traditional with my operation.”
This new record is produced by RTN & Shade Sheist and is set to feature on “BLACKOPS” – listen below
Shade Sheist – Follow Me To The Smoke (Feat. Clinton Wayne) (Audio)
Checkout all our recent Shade Sheist updates in the archives.
Nip Hussle is still at it this time linkin up with Wrongkind artist Mitchy Slick,puttin in work…”Full Time” #samecloth