Posts Tagged ‘Free Album’
In 2011 Baltimore emcee Substantial was facing the possibility of cancer. He ended up having preventive surgery and while laid up, decided to start working on a tribute album to Jill Scott, one of his biggest influences. It was his was of staying busy while healing, and at the same time to give people their roses while they could still smell them. The result is a free project Substantial calls “Jackin’ Jill” – a tribute project from built by “Jackin” music from various Jill Scott releases. This collection of reworks and remixes of her work blended by DJ Jav form a cohesive pseudo collaboration focused on life, love & music. Even the cover art was a labor of love, hand drawn by Substantial himself.
California vet Trek Life is ready and set for his upcoming album with producer Duke Westlake to hit the scene, but before we get into the new album, MMG thought we ought to share “Wouldn’t Change Nothing” with the people. WCN is the complete 14 track album remixes of the Oddisee produced “Everything Changed Nothing” featuring new versions produced by Apollo Brown, Audible Doctor, Has-Lo, Slimkat78, Oddisee, and Duke Westlake himself. Get the free download of the entire “Wouldn’t Change Nothing” project and then get ready for more news on the new upcoming Trek Life album due out in April!
“Different But Similar” is a collabo with French beatmaker Bonafide Beatz and S.Keen a singer/ rapper/writer from Chicago Illinois.
“Different But Similar” fit the vibe of the LP because it shows no matter where you from or what race or creed you are you can have the same interest while being different. Being in different parts of the world didn’t stop this duo from making a good vibes, listening LP. They emailed tracks and vocals back and forth to each other to complete this process.
Equipped with an old school delivery and poetic insight, FenaxiZ commands the microphone with an honesty and bravado rarely seen. As a golden child of east Toronto, he became known for vividly depicting intricate inner-city life narratives through densely-layered multi-syllabic rhyme schemes on “The Audiobiography” EP (2004) and “The Strongest Link” mixtape (2006). In 2012, FenaxiZ returns with the “Vintage” album in which he effortlessly weaves through tracks with a mature outlook, sentimental reflection, Filipino militancy, and utmost reverence for the Hip-Hop culture that raised him.
Magnificent Ruffians present the EXTRA CREDIT album! Featuring Awol One, BlakKing, Owbese Emcee, Chainsaw Mike and King Jesk. The theme of this album is education. Each song is inspired by some type of class one might take in school. We took the course title and flipped it into some dope hip hop for all the Mag Ruff fans out there. Pay close attention to the samples on this album. Many of them have something to do with a movie that had school involved in it, in one way or another. As far as the samples go, this is defiantly going to be a classic album! Download it, and take a journey back in time to when people learned something new everyday and the sky was the limit. Peace!