When two U.K heavyweights collaborate for a feature you know it’s something special, even more so when the record is made available for a free download! DJ Ames and Mystro have joined forces and the outcome is the new mixtape “The Rest Of” with the slogan – A Lil Something For All You Mutha Luvas! The twenty-one track mixtape shows Mystro at his best, along with features from the popular producer Black Einstein, and plenty of exciting remixes. You can view the artwork and download link for DJ Ames x Mystro – The Rest Of mixtape below.
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I’ve known Da KRSE for a long time, and pleased to preview a snippet from his latest track Oh! KRSE is California-based, and has been performing live alongside another Hip-Hop Kings favourite Loose Logic. The pair are becoming popular figures in the West Coast live Hip-Hop circuit, and are launching a website to promote independent artists, and a general source for good Hip-Hop music. You can listen to Da KRSE – Oh snippet on the player below.
Fat Boy Radio! have provided me with plenty of great video content over the past few months. Previous artists who have featured on the show include the likes of A.S.H.E.S, David E.Beats and Dyme-A-Duzin. Fat Boy Radio! also covered a Hip-Hop Kings favourite in the form of D Julien. Klassik is the latest underground rapper who has taken to the mic in front of the Fat Boy Radio! camera’s and provides them with a two-minute freestyle. You can watch the Fat Boy Radio! Klassik freestyle on the video player below.
March 9th is a celebration of one of the best rappers to ever walk the earth. Notorious B.I.G aka Biggie Smalls was killed on this day, and bloggers, radio personalities and DJ’s across the world will be bumping Biggie to remember the legend and arguable the greatest ever Hip-Hop performer. D-League have remixed the classic “Juicy” with OhGinelle as a tribute. You can watch the D-League x OhGinelle remix of Juicy on the player below.
This is part three from Roy Hamilton III‘s unique micro movie called “The International”. The video is titled “Fast Car” and is featured on “The International” micro-mixtape which is hosted by the infamous DJ Whoo Kid and DJ Do-It-All. I previously hosted “The International” mixtpae on the blog as a free download, which is still available. I have also included links for Part One (Sexy Chick) and Part Two (Have Sum Fun) which was also covered on Hip-Hop Kings, as links below. You can watch Roy Hamilton III – Fast Car on the video player below.
Kokane is without a doubt a West Coast Hip-Hop legend after a successful music career which spans way over a decade. Kokane previously released the single Twilight Zone which was featured on Hip-Hop Kings, and now Kokane has released the video to continue promotion for the record. Kokane is also releasing a new album “Gimme Mine” on 25th May 2010. You can watch the new video for Kokane – Twilight Zone on the player below.
I previously posted the Invy Da Truth single on Hip-Hop Kings, which is titled LAXinterlude. Now Invy has released the official video for the single which is receiving plenty of support in the underground Hip-Hop world. Invy Da Truth is in the process of releasing his latest mixtape Voltron, and LAXinterlude is the lead single from the record. You can watch the official video for Invy Da Truth – LAXinterlude on the player below.
I feel like a proud father watching his son growing into the man he always wished for. I’ve known Loose Logic for years, and when I managed to receive the new “Logistics” album I reflected on his rise to fame through his hard work and relentless promotion efforts. I’m also pleased to have every official mixtape from Loose Logic, and the difference in Logistics is evident as I sit here listening to a well produced, strategically created Hip-Hop album.
The first single from Logistics is “iRok”, a club-type track which as always is aimed to bring the fun factor to the album, and also displays some excellent lyricism from Loose Logic himself. A positive response was met from the first single as countless numbers of downloads started to build, and MySpace plays were at an all-time high. Support from HipHopDX and obviously Hip-Hop Kings boosted the awareness, and will assist heavily for the remainder of the campaign.
Brooklyn-born Charlie Hustle is a former Big Pun affiliate who is relatively unknown to the blogosphere, due to the fact he has finished a six year jail sentence in late 2008. The first leak off Charlie Hustle’s upcoming record “Charlie’s World” is titled “Coke Mobb” which features Max B and French Montana. The high profile collaboration is the perfect way to start promotion for Charlie’s World. You can listen to Charlie Hustle x Max B x French Montana – Coke Mobb on the player below.
The Hip Hop Chronicle has once again provided an exclusive interview, this time with Steve Rikfind during his stay in London. Steve is asked about the RZA lyric “Steve Rifkind must be sniffin” off the Duck Seazon record, and his first encounters with various artists who he’s worked with over the years. Steve has worked with the likes of Mobb Deep, Dame Dash and Melanie Fiona. You can watch the Steve Rifkind interview with The Hip Hop Chronicle on the video player below.