Kurt Stewart is ‘straight out the dorm’ with his latest instrumental piece “Rush Hour.” The Boston engineer and producer delivers a fresh track, polished and ready for emcees to encompass. Stewart arranges funky jazz tones and tempos over knocking Hip Hop beats to entice listeners in. The kaleidoscope of sounds is sure to have music enthusiasts […]
French producer Drchamploo releases a new instrumental “97 Floor” inspired by Deckard’s apartment from the film Blade Runner. Drchamploo combines soothing elements of horns over soundscapes of rain to entice listeners in. The instrumental then leads into a fusion of jazzy Hip-Hop tones and beats. Drchamploo delivers enriched smooth vibes as a sound escape as […]
Oakland, California native Genra releases new music titled “24 Hours”. The independent artist links up with producer Lucid Soundz and saxophonist Kjfocus. The chemistry between the three offers an innovative listening experience. “24 Hours” begins with sounds from the saxophone penetrating a jazz ambiance. Genra, who is acclaimed for adding a modern spin to traditional […]
After three successful events that included Pete Rock, Georgia Anne Muldrow, two orchestras, Novena Carmel (the youngest daughter of Sly Stone), the emergence of two outstanding women who would be the leading talent called Voices of Gemma, and one hell of a lineup which included amazing local talent – here comes the fourth installment of […]
From the Wisdom of Elders album Originally from egotripland.com: Shabaka and the Ancestors — “Natty” (AUDIO).
Blessings. Sunday Outtakes Pt. 2 by Black Milk [Via WatchLOUD Originally from egotripland.com: Black Milk & Nat Turner — Sunday Outtakes Pt. 2 (AUDIO).
(Photo: Johnny Nunez/WireImage) Hip-Hop legend Afrika Bambaataa accused of sex abuse by three more men. “I still have a lot of anger about this,” said one alleged victim. “I’ve been dealing with this for years. It’s a shame this didn’t come out earlier.” By Michael O’Keeffe [New York Daily News] Afrika Bambaataa Responds To Molestation […]
Music from this short film. [Via Pitchfork] Originally from egotripland.com: Kamasi Washington — Theme from ‘Color Guard’ (AUDIO).