I’ve been a fan of Blu ever since “Below The Heavens.” Today, the rapper released an EP with another very talented producer by the name of Nottz. Featuring Nitty Scott MC, Versis, Scienze, ANTHM along with some of my favorite indie rappers such as Homeboy Sandman and Sene, the six track project is currently available for full stream.
Blu and producer Nottz are teaming up for a collaborative 6-track EP, Gods In The Spirit. The project drops on Oct. 22, and today they drop “Boyz II Men” featuring Nitty Scott, MC, which you can stream after the jump, along with a screenshot of the stacked tracklist. Props to SKAM2? for crushing the artwork! …MORE
Brown Bag AllStar DJ/Producer DeeJay Element is about to head to compete as one of the nations 3 finalists in the Complex/McDonalds Flavor Battle in Miami on February 7th, but before he leaves town he wanted to hit the people with a first peek at his debut producer album “Reality Kings & Reason” which drops in full tomorrow. Enjoy the first track “Complex Individuals” which features Sene, ScienZe & Audible Doctor on the mic over Elements’ banging beat. “Reality Kings & Reason” drops Tuesday 2/5/13. And don’t forget to tune in to the Flavor Battle which will be streaming LIVE Feb. 7th at 9pm EST via https://flavorbattle.complex.com/.”
Brooklyn’s own Sene is preparing to release his album “brooklyknight.” on April 24th. This album pairs him up with LA based indie label, Plug Research, responsible for releasing music from Bilal, Exile, Shafiq Husayn, Sonnymoon and others. Sene prides himself on being the only rapper signed to the label. The album features Blu, Co$$, Scienze, Jay Jennings and others and is produced by J57, Fonetik Simbol, No Games, and more.
In support of the April 24th album release date, Sene, Pace Rivers and Aaronisnotcool present a video short to the album. Check out Sene’s words below as he explains:
“We made a decision to approach the visuals for this album carefully. It wasn’t the kind of album that warranted music video after …
Bronx rapper YC the Cynic released his long-awaited Fall FWD mixtape last night at midnight, and the buzz is already palpable on the internet. The DXnext MC has created quite a stir since the top of 2011, building a loyal fanbase and booking a host of shows alongside underground rap heavyweights like Mac Miller, Big K.R.I.T, Freddie Gibbs, and Blu, among others. Much of the buzz has been in anticipation of the Fall FWD project, which is YC’s first project of mostly original material.