GOAPELE!!!! The Oakland songstress is back with a little ditty so catchy, you’ll be singing and nodding your head long after it’s stopped playing. The track was co-written by Estelle and produced by Keith Harris and serves as something to tide us over while we wait on her new album Strong As Glass. What’s not to love about Goapele? She’s one of the most completest packages in all the realm. Wise up.
Last weekend, DonChe (pronounced Don-Shay) did the dang thing during his production set at The Basement Vol. 3 in Jackson, MS. DonChe, who is a featured producer on the soon to be released album No Good Nick by Jaxx City, plays some funky throw back joints that got the crowd moving. With the Blackploitation theme running through out the set DonChe takes the listener on trip down memory lane. Although some of the listeners were merely a thought before a thought before a thought when these joints were dropped. Enjoy.
MC Jin drops some Extinction Level Event music. Get familiar. It’s nice to see the progression of Jin from the battle days to the double R and now as he has grown not only as an artist but as a man. This growth translates well to the microphone as Jin bounces vocally all over the track. Looking forward to the next project.
On June 6th, 2014 Aaron Yates lost his mother, Maudie, who had suffered from epilepsy and lupus his entire life. My words could do no service, so read below.
On November 27th, 2013, I recorded “Fear”, one of the most emotional songs of my entire career. The Strange Music video team shot the music video on April 7th, 2014, days before I left for my tour. In the course of waiting for the release, my greatest fear happened on June 6th, 2014 and I lost my angel – my mother, Maudie Sue Yates Khalifah.
It’s important for my fans to know that this is the most personal music video of my career and I never could have imagined what it would mean to me today. This is the final version of “Fear”, for my fans worldwide.
Thank you to everyone for your love and support
– Tech N9ne