Detroit’s own House Shoes drops another song from his recently released album “Let It Go” available now via Tres Records. Today, enjoy the mp3 download of one of my favorite tracks from the album “Dirt” featuring Greneberg (Oh No, Alchemist, Roc Marciano).
Also, check out episode 1 of a 4 part interview series with Abraham Beltran of Soundwaves Radio. The first episode traces Shoes’ early days in Detroit and his introduction to hip hop and the Detroit music scene.
House Shoes’s debut producer’s album “Let It Go” drops June 19th via Tres Records. The album is entirely produced by House Shoes, and features guest appearances from Black Milk, Danny Brown, Alchemist, Oh No, MED, Roc Marciano, Quelle Chris, Shafiq Husayn, and many others.
“The Time” EP, which serves as a precursor to the full length album, is out today and features some album tracks as well as exclusive instrumentals limited to the EP.
Today, enjoy the free download for the song “Sweet” featuring Danny Brown, which is from “The Time” EP as well as the upcoming full length.
Detroit’s very own, House Shoes is preparing for his first album release “Let It Go” dropping on June 19th via Tres Records. The album is entirely produced by House Shoes and features guest appearances from Danny Brown, Black Milk, Alchemist, Roc Marciano, Oh No, Guilty Simpson, Quelle Chris, Shafiq Husayn, and others.
Enjoy the first leak from the album for the song “Last Breath” featuring Nottz, Oh No and MED. The song is representative of the overall tone of the album, featuring stutter-step drums, menacing synths, and rugged vocals from VA’s finest, Nottz and Oxnard heros, Oh No and MED.
Finally, make sure to pre-order “The Time” EP which drops May 22nd and is the prelude to the full album. “The Time” EP will be released on limited edition red …
Let's talk drug of choice. Hip-hop has generally gravitated toward alcohol & marijuana with the occasional foray into hallucinogenics and nose candy (simply reference Raekwon's OB4CL, pretty sure there's a few tracks where Ghost & Rae are snorting in the booth). These days hip-hop's medicine cabinet houses anything from adderall (Danny Brown eats them like TicTacs) to molly to cups of promethazine. Gangrene (Alchemist & Oh No) are here to introduce the South American alternative to absinthe, an apparently delightful little cocktail named Ayahausca.
With a new solo album and a new label (Rhymesayers), rapper Evidence will be the first person to tell you he is prepared to put in nothing less than hard work. We caught up with him before his show right as he received the news his DJ (Fresh) couldn’t fly to the show due bad weather conditions. But obstacles be damned, not only did his improvisational DJ deliver, Evidence also brought a female fan onstage and began to do a flawless rhyming duet and fearlessly rocked the spot without any “evidence” of hesitation.
“In 2011 putting out a successful album is a mirror of your effort. If you’re working hard at it and you deserve it, you’re getting paid.” …MORE