“Crunch Time” is the last EP release from MC Melodee in a series of three this year. The idea and the songs for the series came from her US visit where she sat down and connected with US artists such as Chuck Inglish (Cool Kids), A.G. (D.I.T.C.), Like (Pac Div) and Illa J. (J.Dilla / Yancey Boys).
Two weeks ago the first single from “Crunch Time” was released with a video.
Watch the video for “Discodip” (prod. Cookin Soul) here.
For this EP, Melodee decided to join forces with two artists from the all female Dam Dutchess platform that she founded: Rapper D-luzion and singer/songwriter Feliciana. Another great collaboration on this EP is the one with rapper/singer/producer Illa J.
Productions by Cookin Soul, Like (pac Div), Brady James, Robbie Anthem & Buddah SPK
Gearing up for her 3rd independent release, iLL Camille re-introduced her “Millie Mondays” __series where both new and core listeners get a chance to hear “Millie’s” creatively crafted bars over hand-picked industry and original production.
Switching it up a little, the first installment of Millie Mondays starts with a video for “Touché”… A freestyle-eque rendition of, and ode to Rick Ross’ “Cigar Music”.
From the forthcoming Compilation “Jamla Is The Squad” Hosted by Statik Selektah January 28th
Dynasty – ya girl, dy? met DJ Premier? some time ago and they shot a little video for “street music”, the premo produced track on dynastys debut album “a star in life’s clothing”. Listen to the full album here.
Swiss Femcee J Who collaborates with Germany’s own Chezz.One on “Hip Hope”
Off Angel Haze’s upcoming debut LP, Dirty Gold, out March 3.
New Orleans emcee Voice Monet presents the Go’Head Media-directed music video for “Carts b4 Horses (Rob)”, her new single produced by Belgian DMC champion DJ Grazzhoppa. The video was conceptualized, shot and edited all in the space of two days as part of the 48Hour Music Video Project Challenge which was recently held in New Orleans. Voice’s debut album Gumbo dropped in 2006. “NOLA Redux” featuring Malkovich made the top of Gilles Peterson’s BBC World Wide Best Hip-Hop of 2009 list. She was teaching classfuls of New Orleans youth how to rap as an official Teaching Artist In Residence when Hope & Sorrow, the 2007 Decon/Atmospheriques release from celebrated French producer Wax Tailor, was certified silver. Between her solo releases and her collaborations with BBE, Ninja Tune, Canada’s Public Transit Recordings, UK’s Twisted Funk Records and Tailor, over a quarter of a million records worldwide bear Voice’s name. She has played internationally at major festivals (Montreal Jazz Festival 2013) and world reknowned venues (L’Olympia, Paris). “Sometimes my muse comes in the form of a man, and he just wants me to… rap!” says Voice about the song. “In this particular song I have chosen to call him ‘Rob’, but that inspiration comes in many forms and is expressed through several mediums.” Voice is gearing up to release her EP Black Maria in 2014 through her production company Go’Head Media.