Here is Street Justice, a Detroit-based Hip-Hop group who are presenting their latest single “High Life”. Street Justice have a few projects out at the moment, and are preparing to release their first album titled “Go H.A.A.M” which should be available to fans in November 2010. High Life is the first single to the album, and you can also view the bandcamp page below to listen to their latest project “Follow the Drip”. You can listen to Street Justice – High Life on the audio player below.
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I’ve never been one to conventionally write a “review” which conforms to industry standards, and this can’t be any more fitting for Stylah’s recent album “Treading Water”. I could have earned a few hits on the website for publishing this earlier, but after careful thought and consideration I held back for two reasons. When I first played the CD it sounded distinctly average. I felt Stylah had recorded a “safe” album without really pushing boundaries. Secondly I was urging something from the album to change my initial viewpoint, as I know Stylah is one of the most gifted lyricists of our generation.
Continuing the tradition of free downloads today, I’d like to present another debutant on Hip-Hop Kings called Samuel Sky. Samuel Sky is a positive artist, and has a plan to unite people in all their different colours and creeds into one entity through music, so expect to hear some feel-good music throughout the mixtape. Samuel Sky has teamed up with Reezy, Hunni and Karmah Cruz for the mixtape which is seventeen tracks long and available for free. You can view the artwork and download link for Samuel Sky – Office Talk below.
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Known for his work in Kidulthood, The Bill and 4321, Arnold Oceng is known as Snakeyman through his musical ventures, and his new video “Go” is set to be a massive hit over the forthcoming weeks. The South London based artist has focused his attentions to music, and is currently recording the title track to the film “Terry” which will be premiered in January 2011. You can watch the brand new video from Snakeyman – Go on the video player below.
Making his debut on Hip-Hop Kings is London-based rapper Abiade with his free mixtpae “The Warm Up”. The non-conformist artist simply can’t be placed into one particular category, however his music is relevant mostly to the Hip-Hop scene. After making music for a decade, Abiade is finally ready to step into the big stage, after a string of live performances at the biggest events, The Warm Up mixtape gives fans something to keep and listen to over again. You can view the download link for Abiade – The Warm Up below.
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It’s great when some genuinely talented Hip-Hop artists come together to create music which is bound to stand the test of time. That’s the thoughts of Gotham Green x Quickie Mart and Planet Asia who have released the fourth video from the project “Haze Diaries Volume Three” titled “Game Change”. DJ Quickie Mart is the owner of the project which also features artists Freddie Gibbs, Jes Hudak and Icon the Mic King amongst others. You can watch the official video for Gotham Green x Quickie Mart x Planet Asia – Game Change below.
After a very positive response from the first podcast I posted from DJ 456, I’d like to share the Basement Sessions Podcast Two which as usual, has been made available as a free download. DJ 456 is the proud host of The Urban Flex Show which is credited for supporting breakthrough artists including Capital R. DJ 456‘s latest podcast includes new music from Celph Titled, Canibus, and Mark Deez. You can view the artwork and download link for DJ 456 – The Basement Sessions.Com Podcast Two below.
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To continue promotion for his upcoming album “The Renaissance Project” and his brand new website www.ruleyork.com, Ja Rule has remixed Rhymefest‘s single “Talk My Shit”. The remix has caused Rhymefest to publically declare his dissatisfaction on Twitter, claiming the track is “so wack”. I’ll let the fans decide which track is best, but be prepared for the situation to escalate. Below you can listen to both Ja Rule – Talk my Shit and Rhymefest – Talk my shit below.
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I’ve literally been sat on Twitter waiting for this leak all day. I’d like to share the new track from Cashis, who has teamed up with Obie Trice and D12 member Kuniva for their new track “The Bizness”. The song has been produced by Rikanatti and mixed by Pete G and is available for fans for free download. Fans of Hip-Hop Kings can search the archives for Cashis music, who is probably the most featured artist on the site. You can listen to Cashis x Obie Trice x Kuniva – The Bizness below.
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In a crazy week of high-profile interviews for Hip-Hop Kings, I’m excited to share the brand new interview with GLC. Fans will be aware of GLC from his work on two of Kanye West albums (Spaceship on College Dropout and Drive Slow on Late Registration). I speak to GLC about his forthcoming album “Love, Life and Loyalty” which will be available later this year, and the guest features and production on the album. I also asked what it was like working with Kanye West, and how much he’s learned from the international rap star. You can listen to the brand new GLC interview with Hip-Hop Kings below.
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