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Making his return to Hip-Hop Kings is Pittsburgh-based artist Boaz, with the single (and the name of his alter ego) Rapness Monster. The track has been produced by Larry Fisherman, but you’re probably more familiar with his rap name Mac Miller, and Boaz releases his alter-ego Rapness Monster on the new single. Look out for Boaz’ Rostrum Records debut album comng later this summer (official artwork above) and in the meantime you can listen to Boaz – Rapness Monster on the soundcloud player below.
DOWNLOAD | Chuck Inglish – Convertibles
Cool Kids co-founder Chuck Inglish has recently released the album “Convertibles” which is available to download now. Chuck Inglish has enlisted a number of high profile artists on the album including Action Bronson, Sir Rocks, Mac Miller and Ab Soul among others. The Detroit born MC created the album after living on the West Coast and has received great praise from the likes of DJ Booth, Pitchfork and Wordplay Magazine among others. You can download Chuck Inglish’s “Convertibles” from the link listed above and also watch Chuck Inglish ft Mac Miller and Ab Soul – Easily, on the YouTube player below.
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Following the release of Mac Miller’s latest album “Watching Movies With the Sound Off” I wanted to share the latest video which features ScHoolboy Q called “Gees”. Fans can download the deluxe edition of the album from the link above, which also features collaborations from Ab-Soul, Action Bronson and Tyler The Creator among others. You can watch Mac Miller ft ScHoolboy Q – Gees on the YouTube player below.
I need to defend a Hip-Hop legend. I wouldn’t usually blog about Mac Miller, but I feel I need to share my opinion surrounding the latest news that D.I.T.C founder Lord Finesse has filed a $10m lawsuit against Mac Miller for using the music from his 1995 “Hip 2 Da Game” record. Speaking to Hip-Hop artists of every generation since the 80’s, sampling has been something that, in my opinion, has enhanced our listening experience for the better. Was I surprised to hear that Lord Finesse’s people are making this move? No. Do I agree? No. But is this sampling or is it something else? Read on below.
As he sets to boost his profile in the U.K, Pittsburgh based artist Mac Miller will be releasing a string of promotional music and videos to raise even more awareness of the single release of Knock Knock on 13th June 2011. Listed in the 2011 XXL Freshmen, and previously working with Wale, Wiz Khalifa, Just Blaze and Boaz, Mac Miller is certainly the Hip-Hop artist to look out for in 2011, and this 1950’s-meets-2011-B-Skater type video is a taste of whats to come. You can watch Mac Miller – Knock Knock on the video player below.
Making his debut on Hip-Hop Kings is seventeen year old Uno Hype with his single “Eclipse”. The beat is taken from Mac Miller’s “Nikes on My Feet” which was produced by DJ Black Diamond, and Uno Hype has worked effortlessly to put his unique spin on the track. Look out for Uno Hype’s forthcoming project “Ready For Takeoff” which will be promoted on Hip-Hop Kings once it becomes available. You can listen to Uno Hype – Eclipse on the audio player below.
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Rostrum Records is proud to announce the signing of 18-year old Pittsburgh Hip-Hop artist, Mac Miller. Over the past few years, Mac has built a devoted following by releasing the mixtapes “The High Life” and “The Jukebox” all while finishing high school. His presence on the Internet has grown immensely with over 500,000 views for his top five videos, and he’s been getting head nods from tastemakers and peers alike. I’ll be posting the new music from Mac Miller as it arrives.