Posts Tagged ‘Rap’
Tags: Hip-Hop, Obelo, Peaches, Rap, Yellow Springs
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Tags: electronic, ghetto house, Hip-Hop, KM, new release, No Type, Rap, Single, Virginia, Wy-Fi
The new single “No Type” is a raw, stripped down hip-hop track featuring heavy ghetto house beats and the lyrical warfare of Fredricksburg, VA artist, KM. Also, throwing down his own special madness on this track is rapper, Wy-Fi , whose fresh, rapid-fire style is a perfect contrast to the more laid-back lyrical style of KM.
Tags: album release, collaboration, heavy, Hip-Hop, InteGRITTY 2, new release, New York, Nobi, non-local, Queens NY, Rap, urban
Tags: Dayton OH, Dayton Sideshow, Dip, DipSpit, Duderus, Dumptruck, Dustie Pitstick, Fight Music For Boot & Fist, Greg Schultz, Jay Madewell, Oregon district, Oxymoronatron, punk, Rap, Record Store Day, ReCreate Music, RnR Playdate, Unsung, Yellow Cab building
The crowd begins to form once again around the main stage during this year’s ninth Dayton Sideshow at the Yellow Cab Building, located on 4th Street this past May. It was the second and last day of the yearly art event, and already those who have been in attendance have observed some of the unlimited talent of the artists that reside in the Dayton community. Throughout the weekend, over 40 bands and artists will have performed on the three stages. It was getting later in the evening when the individuals of the hybrid collection of punk/rap Dip Spit made their way towards the platform.
Tags: artist development, business plans, commercial production, copyrights, Dawn Montgomery, Dayton OH, Electronic Press Kits, EPK's, Fairborn OH, Hip-Hop, live sound engineer, Management, marketing plans, mastering, Melissa Replogle, mixing, Moe Beats, OHHA, Ohio Hip Hop Awards, One Eyed Jacks, r&b, Rap, Razdabar Sound and Management, Recording, Recording Studio, Replogle Law Office LLC, sound, trademarks
A little over a week ago, I had the privilege of meeting with Dawn Montgomery of local Dayton company, Razdabar Sound & Management, to talk about their efforts in connecting the local scene! I’d been seeing postings in local Facebook groups about their networking meetings in north Dayton that made me curious, but I had also heard that these meetings mostly involved the specific genres of rap, hip-hop, and R&B. However, when I met with local music & entertainment attorney, Melissa Replogle, in late April, she had mentioned that Razdabar was looking to expand their meetings to include as many genres as possible, so I got a hold of Dawn and we met at the Razdabar studio here in Dayton for a tour and a chat!
Tags: Hip-Hop, new release, non-local, Pittsburgh PA, Rap, review, T.J. Ellison
Pittsburgh has long been home to the rap and hip hop scenes. Rapper T.J. Ellison grew up in Pitt, soaked in the scene, and has poured his blood, sweat, and tears into his first three albums. Now Ellison is out with a hot new club single titled “Like A Winner” that is some of his best work to date, and I had the pleasure of checking it out and helping get the word out!
Tags: Absoloot, Banksters, Dance, Hip-Hop, house, jazz, political, r&b, Rap
Dynamically ranging between spitting hard-hitting lyrics about political bull and groovy, upbeat jams about looking forward with a fresh, positive mind, Absoloot‘s latest album, “Banksters”, is full of fresh, intelligent anthems for the underdog, the voiceless, the underprivileged, and anyone who isn’t in the 1%! This album is a “must-buy”!
Label: As I Am Records
Part of the proceeds of all song purchases go to CARE to help fight poverty around the world.
Tags: featured band, hardcore, Menace 2 Sobriety, punk, Rap, upcoming shows
This month’s featured band, Menace 2 Sobriety, is one you should NOT miss! If you’re not ready for the Menace though, you might have your mind blown, so let me try and prepare you for the trouncing your ears are about to receive!
At it’s core, Menace 2 Sobriety is a rap/hardcore act comprised of seven members (Doc (Vocals); Intuitive (Vocals); CMFT (Drums); Martin Landis (Bass/Vocals); Big Rich (Rhythm Guitar); Binsin (Lead Guitar); B Money (Turntables)) and focusing on a lifestyle of “Blunts, Bitches, & Booze”. Don’t let that rap/hardcore label fool you though and start thinking you’re gonna get some kind of mainstream rap because these guys have all kinds of influences popping in and out of their jams – punk, metal, stoner rock… all of that’s in there too!