On Friday, Jan. 29th, 2016 at 8:00 p.m., The B-Side Shop and Brick To Ya Face will be presenting “The Litstones”. This event will feature hip-hop artists NOA JAMES, N.I.D. MUSIC GROUP, ANDRE DAMAR, MATISSE MARIE, BLACKANESE, and more !…and will be hosted by Dab Marino with DJ Calligraphy. If you are in the Southern California area, be sure not to miss this. 420, free food, etc. Follow the B-Side team below. Get more information about this event: www.thebsideshop.com. Shout out to Drakk.
Today DubCNN sheds light on West Coast Grime Funk Music Producer Ill Slim Collin. Slim Collin has been heavy on his grind, and has multiple collaborations under his belt including material with Butch Cassidy, YGD Tha Top Dogg of Death Row Records, Big Prodeje of South Central Cartel, L Boy (Hoo Bangin), Philthy Rich, Big Doty (Hustle Boyz), DPG, Mister CR, and Slip Capone, just to name a few.
Ill Slim Collin intends to leave a lasting impression of serious music with all of the dirt of the streets included, when organizing his production. “Here I Come” is a track off of the upcoming ILL SLIM COLLIN producer album “Grime Funk”. The album will be soon released on all online retailers. Check out the video, and drop a comment. Stay tuned for an exclusive preview of the “Grime Funk” album, dropping next week. Follow Ill Slim Collin on social media. Only on DubCNN.
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Butch Cassidy and Mr. Ensane feat. Desert Rose – “Here I Come” (prod. by Ill Slim Collin)
Straight out of Los Angeles, The Heavy Hitters, are two talented and fierce ladies preparing to drop their new EP.
Shae Fields and Wicked Baby Doll have dropped off a single that will turn heads. The duo deliver that rough and rugged West Coast street attitude and combine it with a touch of R&B, enough to satisfy both hard-core hip-hop heads and fans of hook-driven songs.
The new Heavy Hitters EP features production from Dae One, who’s been a producing staple on the West Coast for years, and also from Batez of the legendary Los Angeles underground crew, The L.A. Zuu.
Here is a leak off of the EP called “Wasting My Time” featuring Batez.
Heavy Hitters “Wasting My Time” (Featuring Batez) Audio
DubCNN has just been handed an exclusive new record from Glasses Malone and DJ Battlecat titled “U’re Playin’ Wit Fire.”
This hot new record is the lead single from an upcoming rap compilation album called “Inner City Dreams” which will be released on March 22nd 2016 via 11th Power Entertainment.
The project is being executive produced by Stan Sheppard and will raise funds for the Chicago based organization called “Purpose Over Pain” which was founded to support the Black & Hispanic families in the city who have lost children to gang violence. The funds will pay towards expenses of funerals for the victims.
The album features new music from underground artists from Chicago, Milwaukee, Compton, Watts, South Central LA, Pacoima CA, and Port Arthur Texas.
We can bring you the banging new exclusive single featuring Glasses Malone and vocalist Lena J over a DJ BattleCat & Amplified production, “U’re Playin’ Wit Fire” – listen below and stay locked to DubCNN as we’ll be providing a pre-order link for the album soon! Until then…enjoy!
Glasses Malone & DJ BattleCat – “U’re Playin’ Wit Fire” (Audio)
It’s been some time since we last had some new Shade Sheist to play but he’s back for the first time in 2016, with a familiar collaborator!
In 2014 he dropped “City of Angels” produced by Tommy Black, and “Cali Is My Main Bitch” before returning with his declaration of independence from everything bad with his single “It Ain’t Good” and hoped to release his 3rd full-length studio LP “BLACKOPS” in late 2015.
Unfortunately the date slipped but Shade has assured us it will drop this year and has today dropped off a brand new single feature his partner in rhyme – N.U.N.E.!
The new track is titled “He’s Servin’ Raw Bass” and as you’ll hear…he is! Not only but he takes us on a trip down memory lane recalling his early career and those he’s worked with while N.U.N.E. flows as well as ever over this infectious new record.
Shade Sheist – He’s Servin’ Raw Bass (Feat. N.U.N.E.) Audio
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Episode 126 with Kevin Robinson of kevinhateshiphop.com and West Haven Blast
J-Luv is joined by the one and only Starr Saxxxon and special guests Kevin Robinson of kevinhateshiphop.com and DubCNN.com’s own West Haven Blast.
Kevin, a well-respected man in the PR world, hosts a podcast and is about to start offering a Music Business oriented seminar series. With his vast experience this is something that is worth hearing about and checking out.
West Haven Blast is not only a contributor to the mighty DubCNN.com but he is an artist in his own right. In this long overdue conversation, J and West talk about DubCNN and his upcoming project.
Race is an evergreen topic in this country meaning that it always elicits a response whenever it is brought up. On the heels of the ‘NI**ER’ picture taken by the girls in Arizona, J and Starr Saxxxon sound off on the situation. And by now you are aware that the Rams of the NFL are heading back to Los Angeles. The state of Missouri has been a lightning rod for some racially charged occurrences and in his Last Word Starr Saxxxon has a message for St. Louis.
Check out the tracks by DITC, AG, Planet Asia, Sole.., MaZhe, Dilated Peoples, Glasses Malone and more
Microphone Masters Radio Episode 126 (01-27-16) Tracklist
Intro: Race in America
D.I.T.C. (AG, OC & Diamond D) – Brolic
Dirty Diggs ft Planet Asia and Jazimoto – GoldChain, Californina
Mick Jenkins – Jazz
Segment 1: Kevin Robinson Conversation part 1
Ras Kass ft Royce 5’9” – Attitudes
Soulbrotha ft Beneficence & Kazi – Flow N’ Facts
Dilated Peoples – Times Squared
MaZhe – Phone Calls
Segment 2: Kevin Robinson Conversation part 2
Erk tha Jerk – Monumental
Sole..- Go Fish
The Last American B-Boy – The Quickie
Segment 3: West Haven Blast Conversation
West Haven Blast feat Tash – City of Angels
Glasses Malone – Thug By Myself
Hakim Green ft Dres of Blacksheep– Sweet Marijuana
Outro: Last Words
TOKiMONSTA ft Anderson .Paak & KRNE – Put it Down
Microphone Masters Radio Episode 126 (01-27-16) Show (Stream/Download)
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Daz & Snoop return with new project!
That’s not all, also this month he released a collaborative album with Snoop Dogg titled “Cuzznz.” The 14 track project boasts features from Dam-Funk, Kurupt and Shon Lawon. Production handled by Rick Rock, League of Starz and more!
While only 3 tracks are exclusive to the album, the album does bring together a grip of tracks that have appeared over the last year or so into one place across an array of other projects.
Daz & Snoop Drop “Cuzznz” (Tracklist)
01) Have U Eva
02) N My System (feat. Dam-Funk)
03) Six n’da Morning (feat. Kurupt)
04) Pop Pop Bang
06) Happy Birthday
07) Dic Walk (feat. Kurupt)
08) N My Life Tyme (feat. Kurupt)
10) Sho You Right (feat. Shon Lawon)
11) What’s Yo Pleasure
12) It’s Not a Secret (feat. Shon Lawon)
13) Keep’a Nigga High
14) We’ll Miss U
Even with the recent dismemberment of former powerhouse indie label & his camp Funk Volume, Dizzy Wright continues to put on for his own name with a new video & single “Plotting”, off his soon to be released EP entitled Wisdom & Good Vibes, which is likely what he was up to having been directly tied to the inner workings of the now non-existent group. Keeping true to the EP’s title, Dizzy hits the track with wisdom & good vibes amidst his recent issues, enlightening friends, family and fans with his individual & infectious energy alike. A real man of the people, he is always honest & humble than most in honing his rap skills, but still artistically allowing himself to be as open as letters out of old envelopes, making him one to of the rare rhymers you can appreciate and admire these days. Always considered a star player, even in his time amongst a highly talented line up, Dizzy Wright can and will continue to deservedly shine on his own, flooding the streets with positives waves and generating a genuine joy through his craft to share with others.