This Is Chess Not Checkers, J-Live’s forthcoming mixtape is dropping soon. To keep heads held over, J-Live drops a new track from the project. The song features Live and J Nolan rhyming over Stalley’s “Fountain Of Youth” track.
The Turnup Sessions is a video series that showcases emerging talented Mississippi artists. #2 in this series displays the rock group Spacewolf. Drew, Murph, and Don talk about the groups origins and their newest album Ii which is available now at local music stores in Jackson as well as iTunes (see below for link). “Things We Do” the lead track from the album is showcased through out the video, as the group sets up and performs live in TurnUp Studios. The Turnup Sessions is a well put together visual looking glass into the dynamics of Mississippi music. Be sure to check out the first Turnup Session below, which was done on Hattiesburg’s Oh, Jeremiah.
Oh, Jeremiah does a nice live cover of Josh Ritter’s “Change Of Time” featured on So Runs The World Away. Oh, Jeremiah’s Tall Tales And Tiny Fables is available now on iTunes. Click the link below and support excellent new music for your ears to hear.
Man Made from Detroit musician Zo! is a must own for anyone who believes music is dead or enjoys some smooth soulful music. One of the stand out tracks on the album gets a video treatment and features Phontigallo and Eric Roberson and crew steppin’ to the grrooooooooooovvvveee. This on the heels of Phonte and Eric announcing they’ll be working on a collaborative album, that will be a must have no matter when it drops, although they said it’ll be in 2015……Go ahead fellas, I can wait….
!llmind is back with some new @BOOMTRAP for your systems, just make sure your speakers can handle it. HEavy on the 808 and Old Skool breaks and !llmind’s signature synth-game. It’s 8 tracks of whiplashing, headache causing music that has a Nod Factor of +1,000. Enjoy…..
1996’s Illadelph Halflife is and will forever be a cornerstone to my life. I wish the video had the original subtitles in it, not sure why they took em out for the Vevo channel. The video is packed with hip-hop stereotypes and video cliches. Their video was meant as a diss to the turning trend in the music industry. Still a classic video.