Exile and his Dirty Science collective present his “Cassette” mixtape as a thank you gift for the holiday season. The mixtape features exclusive songs from Exile’s vaults (1996-2009) featuring demo versions from his rap album “4TRK MIND” as well as demo versions from Blu & Exile and Emanon (Aloe Blacc & Exile).
All songs were made on a 4-track recorder and produced by Exile, except “Like That,” produced by Kankick.
Peep the first video from the mixtape for the song “Dag Sav” directed by Exile Manfredi.
Exile & Johaz will drop their first EP as DAG SAVAGE on January 15th. Until then, bump this free debut DAG SAVAGE mixtape entitled “SALVATION,” featuring Aloe Blacc, Blu, Gonjasufi and more. The mixtape can be downloaded in full using the link below.
The Dirty Science crew and Exile presents his new group, Dag Savage, comprised of San Diego’s own Johaz on mic duties and Exile on the beats. Exile continues his near flawless history with taking new MCs and showcasing them to the world, previously doing so with Aloe Blacc, Blu, and Fashawn, and Dag Savage should help continue his near perfect batting average.
Today, enjoy the free download for the song “Cali Dreamin” featuring fellow Cali MCs, Fashawn and Co$$. The song is available on iTunes now and you can also purchase this as a limited edition 7″ vinyl.
Stay tuned for more Dag Savage music in the near future.
Red Bull Music Academy presents New York City to the SF Bay: JAZZ January 25th at Yoshi’s.
The GARY BARTZ Project
with featured guests
BILAL & ALOE BLACC
Jill Newman Productions
Grammy Award winning jazz saxophonist Gary Bartz began making waves on the jazz scene during its prime in New York City and never slowed down. Mr. Bartz was formally trained at Julliard; however, it’s the time alongside jazz greats like Miles Davis, Charles Mingus and McCoy Tyner that has placed him as a legend in the game. R&B icon, Bilal, serves as featured vocalist for the Gary Bartz Project, and for this special night only, soul sensation and 2006 RBMA Participant, Aloe Blacc, will join them on stage.
Evidence is that dude. Many heads point to 2007's Weatherman as one of hip-hop's recent treasures. That first solo project, with production from Sid Roams, The Alchemist, Jake One, Babu & Ev (all of whom are back on this one, save Jake One), had a refreshingly crisp sonic blueprint, heavy on the spacy synths and brimming with soul. Having now made a switch from the lost-at-sea ABB to Rhymesayers with a Layover (EP) in between, everything is back in order for the dilated one to drop another top-drawer record.