Daily Archives: March 2, 2017

Local-Mu12 Collective Feat. Fokis, Sadat X & Torae Release Video For Never Had

Local-Mu12 rap collective featuring Fokis, Sadat X and Torae just released their video for the Real McKoy-produced “Never Had.” The three rappers take up shop on a New Jersey street corner with colorful graffiti as they each offer their formula for success. “Never Had” is from the Local-Mu12’s Everyday People album coming out March 24th. Rass Kass and Guilty Simpson are two of the many rappers to land on the album. If you pre-order Everyday People you get a chance to win an iPad Air.

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El Michels Affair Release Animated Video For Iron Man

El Michels Affair is following up their 2009 Enter The 37th Chamber with Return To The 37th Chamber. The New York City band’s take on the Wu-Tang Clan gave them instant cult status and now they are using that inspiration again for the new album. Their version of Ghostface Killah’s “Iron Man” is an animated story that uses martial arts to tell a story of revenge. Lady Wray and Lee Fields have guest appearances on Return To The 37th Chamber which comes out April 14th.

 

  Return To The 37th Chamber Tracklisting

1 – 4th Chamber
2 – Iron Man
3 – Shaolin Brew
4 – Pork Chop Express
5 – Snakes feat. Lee Fields
6 – Drums For Sale
7 – Shadow Boxing
8 – Sipped Up
9 – Tearz feat. Lee Fields and The Shacks
10 – Verbal Intercourse
11 – Wu-Tang Clan Ain’t Nuthing Ta F’ Wit
12 – All I Need feat. Lady Wray
13 – The End (Eat My Vocals)

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Dave Chappelle Netflix Teaser

Dave Chappelle’s Netflix stand-up specials are coming out March 21st. The teaser is a quick clip of Chappelle looking down in black and white. Chappelle’s hosting of SNL on the night of A Tribe Called Quest’s return appearance was the prelude to his two comedy specials.

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London Singer/Songwriter Azu Yeché Debuts New Single Plastic Life

Azu Yeché has a new single called “Plastic Life” produced by his longtime collaborator Tony White. The pop/folk/R&B song is about having the courage to speak one’s truth without regret. “Plastic Life” is from Yeché’s forthcoming sophomore EP due for an April release. Yeché’s statement about “Plastic Life” explains the complete meaning behind the song.

“(“Plastic Life”)  is about speaking one’s mind after a prolonged period of holding back. It is that moment where you have to speak your mind and trust that the relationship can handle it.”

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