Daily Archives: April 20, 2011

Chris Turner-Sticky Green

Chris Turner had to celebrate 420 with this track produced by Pete Rock. Listen to “Sticky Green.”

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Freeway-HAM Extreme

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Freeway has a new project with Diamond Supply Co. coming called Diamond in the Ruff. “HAM Extreme” comes from that collaboration and ThoroBred Filmz directs the clip.

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MuthaWit-men & women (la Revenge de Uncle Baldy) Album Stream

The Boston Fielder collective called MuthaWit is streaming their new album men & women (la Revenge de Uncle Baldy). Make sure to check out their Funkadelic fused sound prints here.

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J*DaVeY-Raincheck

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John Mazyck directs this clip for “Raincheck” from J*DaVeY’s Evil Christian Cop: The Great Mistapes EP. Their New Designer Drug album is due in June.

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Neek The Exotic & Large Professor – Still On The Hustle

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Neek The Exotic & Large Professor came up together in Queens, New York, and while each traveled their own path with the music, working with each other along the way on the now classic “Fakin’ Da Funk,” the two are finally coming together again to release an official full-length, Still On The Hustle. The album, which features guest slots from Joell Ortiz and Satchel Page, along with production from Lord Finesse, Marco Polo, and Carnage, has been stamped with a May 17th release date, dropping via Fat Beats Records/Distrolord Inc. As the release date approaches, the two vets are excited to drop off their latest video, this one for the album’s Large Professor-produced lead single and title track, “Still On The Hustle,” and the has all the fittings of a classic New York rap video, complete with ominous project buildings, turntables, and well-placed cameos.

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