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Jackson Jackal alumni, Coke Bumaye drops his brand new single laying his claim to the office of “Mayor” of his city, Jackson, MS. The voice of a city caught somewhere in between the equally tragic and inter-twined turmoil of racism and poverty. The voice of hope and the understanding of the hopeless. A man amongst boys who are forced into decisions reserved for the desperate and lost in a society which doesn’t care. Coke vividly paints a picture of the real Jackson, a place of beautiful decay. If you’ve never been to Jackson you wouldn’t understand. In a city where beckons of hope are either quickly put out or quietly forced out, Coke speaks for all those who can’t speak for themselves. If you haven’t done so I suggest you pick up Translation 3 now and get familiar with the brightest star in Jackson’s constellation. In a city chalked full of history and talent, Coke successfully lays his claim to the head chair at the table.
DOWNLOAD : COKE BUMAYE – MAYOR
added bonus, Coke teams up with his Jackal cohorts PyInfamous & Skipp Coon on “Hope For The Hopeless” off Translation 3 : Do You Believe
Gulfport, Emm Eye Crooked Letter, reppin’ Tito Lopez drops his new single from his upcoming, and yet untitled, album on Capital Records. Fusing the beauty of Mississippi Blues with Tito’s lyrical dominance and produced beautifully together by Organized Noize. Organized Noize and Tito Lopez will definitely be a problem you will have to contend with one day very soon. Tito’s project is shaping up to be one of my most eagerly anticipated albums of the year. If it drops this year, if not certainly 2013, assuming the Mayan’s aren’t right. You can catch Tito on tour right now with Big K.R.I.T. & Big Sant, coming to a city near you
JUNIOR MAFIA – PLAYER’S ANTHEM (DJ CLARK KENT REMIX)
I was hanging out looking online and noticed some stuff Clark Kent has been posting online, now Hip Hop cats have been knowing about DJ Clark Kent’s sneaker dominance. Never wears the same pair twice, not a fan of the Air Force One mid-tops, 112 Packs, etc. Also known is his prowess when it comes to the production boards. He’s done music for Jay-Z, Biggie, 50 Cent, Slick Rick, Original Flavor, etc. He has also been known to kill the remix game too. I decided to dedicate this post to some pretty dope remixes he has done over the years, blending 90s R&B with Hip-Hop, and vice versa on tracks. Adding soul and funk to already funky tracks from well known and established artists. I feel like this is lost on the sneaker-head kids who follow Kent for his posts of super rare and fresh daily shoe selections. So kids if you’re out there the man has history, you would do well to check it out.
FUGEES – READY OR NOT (DJ CLARK KENT / DJANGO REMIX)
LOST BOYZ – WHAT’S WRONG (DJ CLARK KENT REMIX)
KRIS KROSS – LIVE & DIE FOR HIP HOP [FEAT AALIYAH, DA BRAT & MR BLACK] (DJ CLARK KENT REMIX)
ORAN “JUICE” JONES – POPPIN THAT FLY [FEAT CAMP LO] (DJ CLARK KENT REMIX)
Camp Lo can really do no wrong
MIC GERONIMO – THE NATURAL (DJ CLARK KENT REMIX)
HI-FIVE – SHE’S PLAYING HARD TO GET [FEAT JAY-Z & SKI] (CLARK’S STRICTLY HIP HOP REMIX)
I bet you didn’t even know about this………..Jay was making the R&B rounds tough…..
HORACE BROWN – THINGS WE DO [FEAT JAY-Z] (DJ CLARK KENT REMIX)