Gensu Dean has signed a multi-project deal with Mello Music Group!!
A new 7″ with Large Professor will be released in January 2012 and his debut album “Standard Life” is set for a February 2012 release.
Based out of Dallas, Texas, Gensu Dean is a producer who has been quietly laying down some heavy tracks. His first production credits were on Crooked Letterz, David Banner’s debut record “Grey Skies.” Since then Dean has had production featured on Brand Nubian’s Lord Jamar’s “The 5% Album” and Sadat X’s “Black October,” and Melatone’s “Memoirs & Melodies.” Gensu Dean has been called upon by labels to remix projects from CL Smooth to Ol’ Dirty Bastard. Dean is known for his classic use of the Emu SP1200, the result of which has …
If you think the greatest hip hop show from a soul brother has surfaced, you are absolutely correct. Imagine the favorite slogans of your favorite hip hop duo become put to a tee shirt and on sale overseas. Then imagine a near sold out show in every city you can’t pronounce in places you want to be.
There are no pictures lingering around of the new Tee’s but Pete’s Rock’s T.R.O.Y shirts of his clothing called “PUSH” are in full flavor effect, getting slung for only 25 Euros in countries where its all about the music…Euro. We all hope to grab one if they ever come back from the European Tour they have been on since November 28th.
Here is a video from their near sold out performance at the NY to Paris …
Perhaps it’s the feeling that this album came about two years too late. Perhaps it’s the fact that The Roots already made an album this summer that encapsulated the political, social and economic unrest felt across our nation in How I Got Over. Either way, there’s simply something off about the consciously enlightening album from John Legend & The Roots, Wake Up!
The idea behind Wake Up! is pretty simple – and rather admirable to boot. Cover a handful of emotionally charged soul and funk tracks from the ‘60s and ...
On the heels of their new collaboration effort ‘Wake Up!,’ The Legendary Roots Crew and John Legend are teaming up with J. Period to put out a fresh mixtape, ‘Wake Up! Radio’ in late November. Hear the silky smooth remix of “Our Generation,” originally performed by the soulful Ernie Hines, right here.
We Stole The Show opened up for CL Smooth and Keith Murray in Brooklyn last Thursday. Here we have one of the tracks off their mixtape, Droop (Tryin’ to Survive). After the jump, we have footage of CL Smooth STRAIGHT KILLIN’ They Reminisce Over You (T.R.O.Y.).