Philly emcee Ant Coughlin teams up with Wes Pendleton and Tragic Hero on “Thru The Floor” from his forthcoming project Light Rooms, Dark Halls. Production provided by fellow Philadelphia native Was Pendleton who never disappoints on the boards. Jersey’s Tragic Hero drops a nice verse sandwiched in between a couple of really nice Ant verses. Enjoy. Pick up the album.
Imperial is not only an incredible producer and enthusiastic personal trainer, he can also put it down on the wheels of steel. Check out his HolyTape 5 mix for Holy Chill’s Youtube channel. The mix features the likes of Mr J Medeiros (The Procussions), Sareem Poems (L.A. Symphony), J-Live, Wes Pendleton, K.I.N.E.T.I.K., and other very dope selections. Can we get some more of the Sareem Poems project homie? Shout out to Illect Recordings for noticing the talent and introducing me to Imperial’s music.
1: Imperial – Everday
2: Sourface – Good Terms
3: Vanilla – Still Love You
4: Moods – Rain Showers
5: Mr J Medeiros – Forenoon (prod. Beatsofreen)
6: J-Live – Brand Nu Live (Imperial Remix)
7: Imperial & K.I.N.E.T.I.K. – Relax
8: Wes Pendleton – Don’t Make Me Wait
9: Handbook – The Way I Do
10: Sareem Poems & Imperial – God Bless The Child
11: Hawk House – Tidal Tendencies
Here is a sampler of Philadelphia native producer Wes Pendleton’s newest instrumental release Renewal. As expected it’s birlliantly soulful. He has a distinct sound, he recaptures the soul of the 60s and 70s and bottles it up in musical form, releasing it at his own discretion.
Tragic Hero is a emcee from New Jersey drops a new single from a forthcoming project. There are no details on the follow up to last year’s Resistance album, which saw the rapper collaborate with producer Wes Pendleton. “Heart of A Hustler” was produced by Joe Logic and Dilemma X and showcases Tragic’s unique vocal style. The beat is heavy and delicate in all the right places, allowing Tragic to speak his story of self reflection without interruption. If you like what you hear, click on the link below and check out the project he did with Wes Pendleton.
Producer Wes Pendleton has released his fourth instrumental project today. Pendleton branches out from the traditional soulful and gritty sound to a more electro/synth feel. It works beautifully as the one thing that is not missing is the Philly bred producer’s own soul. This project has his touch all over it. That is what you like to see from a producer. Anyone can go out and emulate the feel of another artist’s project, but expressing yourself no matter what the genre/sound/style is, that is what separates good artists from excellent artists in my book. Refined, is 6 tracks and the only problem is it leaves you wanting so much more. Which is the case with all of Wes’ projects, once they end they always leave me wanting more. There are worse things I suppose, at least I don’t have to bother flipping the tape over once the last song ends. Check out Wes Pendleton’s Refined EP below and if you dig it click on one of the purchase links provided and support him
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Producer/emcee Wes Pendleton let loose of his new single “Grand” from his forthcoming Refined EP which is set for release on January 14th. This project takes a bit of a change in direction from his last release Nebulous, it is a R&B album, which fits his production style perfectly. You can pre-order the EP beginning on Jan 7th on his site Padsnlaces.com
Taken from the forth coming album The Paste Up : Reapplied. If you haven’t picked up his Nebulous album then you should click right here and do so now
added bonus here is the Tee-Wyla remix to Wes’ track “I Made It”