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Eternia – Get Caught Up (Mixed By DJ Law)

Posted in Beats, Black Music, Hip Hop, Promotions on December 23, 2009 by E.N.


Eternia is set to release her full-length LP “AT LAST” with DJ Premier’s production partner, MoSS, in early 2010 and this mixtape does exactly what the title suggests – it catches people up on over 10 years of music from Eternia’s career.

Enjoy the quality of the music!

Audio Stream If You’d Like To Preview The Mix HERE

Eternia – Get Caught Up (Mixed By DJ Law) Presented By 2DopeBoyz & KevinNottingham
Download HERE

Tracklist

** = EXCLUSIVE LEAKS!

01. Re-Introducing… Produced by: Ant B aka Mr. Cincinnati Cuts by DJ Law
02. Dynomite (2005)
03. **Foul Child (2009) Produced by: Ant B aka Mr. Cincinatti
04. Stuck Up (2000) Produced by: Apathy
05. Spring Fever (2003) Produced by: Simahlak
06. Real Frequency (2003) Produced by: Jake One
07. God’s Story (2004) Produced by: Mercilless
08. Perfection ft. Promise & Grimace Love (2004) Produced by: Amir the Terrorist
09. **Day in the Life ft. Tona & Maestro Fresh Wes (2008) Produced by: MoSS
10. Victorious feat. G. Knight (2004)Produced by: Mercilless
11. **Destiny (2007) Produced by Apathy
12. On and On (2007) Produced by: Mez
13. Balance (2004) Produced by: Kenny “Bounce” Neal Jr.
14. Everything (2004) Produced by: 9th Wonder
15. **Herstory (2008)
16. Let Go Outro Produced by: Ant B aka Mr. Cincinnati

Message From Eternia

These are not ‘pop’ songs. These are not video singles. These are not Top 10 hits. This is the heart and soul of why I do what I do when I do it. This is a personal offering.It’s my huge THANK YOU to all of the people who have supported the Eternia & MoSS: “ROAD TO RELEASE” video episodes online over the last 6 months. I hand-picked these songs from the past decade, b/c I felt they are overlooked, they are the most personal to my life, and they reveal my growth as an artist.

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Download Full Nneka + J. Period Mixtape (Feat. Talib Kweli, Jay Electronica…)

Posted in Black Music, Hip Hop, Mixtape, Promotions on December 15, 2009 by E.N.

Nneka x J.Period Present The Madness (Onye-Ala) Mixtape – available for download today!

Direct link to download HERE:
Download “Walking (J.Period Remix)” ft. Jay Electronica

Download “Changes (J.Period Remix)” ft. M-1 & General Steele

www.jperiod.com/nneka
After releasing the first two singles, “Walking (J.Period Remix)” ft. Jay Electronica and “Changes (J.Period Remix)” ft. M-1 & General Steele, The Madness (Onye-Ala) from Nneka and J.Period is now available for download in its entirety!

Download The Madness (Onye-Ala) Here:

The Madness (Onye-Ala) includes exclusive new tracks from M-1 (Dead Prez), Jay Electronica, Zumbi (Zion I), Rakaa (Dilated Peoples), Aceyalone (Freestyle Fellowship), General Steele (Boot Camp Clik) & Talib Kweli.

Full Mixtape Tracklisting:
1. Can You Hear? (Intro)
2. Let the Madness Begin (J.Period Exclusive)
3. Wake Up World (Interlude)
4. Wake Up Africa (J.Period Remix)
5. The Uncomfortable Truth
6. Untainted Love feat. Damian Marley (Interlude)
7. Spread Love (Brooklyn to Zion) (J.Period Remix)
8. Human Rights (Interlude)
9. Changes (J.Period Remix) feat. M-1 & General Steele
10. Conscious Lyrics (Interlude)
11. Gypsy/Infamous (J.Period Exclusive)
12. Hip Hop Comes From Africa (Interlude)
13. Walking (J.Period Remix) feat. Jay Electronica
14. In Transit (Interlude)
15. Show Love (J.Period Remix) f. Rakaa (Dilated Peoples) & Aceyalone
16. For the Good of Humanity (Interlude)
17. God of Mercy (J.Period Remix) f. Zumbi (Zion I)
18. Suffri (Nigerian in Berlin Remix) feat. Fela Kuti
19. Perseverance is Character (Interlude)
20. Strength/Kangpe (J.Period Dubplate) f. Big Boi (Outkast)
21. Heartbeat (J.Period Remix) feat. Talib Kweli
22. In the Heart of Man (J.Period Exclusive)
23. Symptoms of My Madness (Outtro)

[ Bonus Mix: J.Period Dubplates ]
24. Mind vs. Heart (J.Period Dubplate) f. 2Pac
25. Changes 2 (J.Period Dubplate) feat. Lauryn Hill & John Forte
26. Walking 2 (J.Period Dubplate) feat. Nas

Find out more online:
Nneka – www.myspace.com/nnekaworld
J.Period – www.jperiod.com

For More Nneka free download go here
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John Forte Releases New MP3; "StyleFREE the EP" in Stores Today!

Posted in Black Music, Hip Hop, Promotions on September 22, 2009 by E.N.

John Forte’s StyleFREE the EP hits stores today!

John has gone from working with the Fugees on one of the biggest hip-hop albums of all time, to being incarcerated on drug trafficking charges, to receiving an official pardon from President Bush and re-starting his life as a new man. He reflects on this incredible journey in the form of his triumphant StyleFREE the EP. John sings, raps, and plays guitar on the seven song set, which is his first release since leaving prison.

You can stream the full album on AOL Music and you can check out the mp3 for “Nervous”


John Forte
StyleFREE the EP
(Theory 7 LLC; September 22nd)

the story of a man who’s been devastated by his punishment but has emerged stronger…Forte details his unlikely path to inspiration under the most harrowing of circumstances.” -NPR’s Song of the Day, August 2009

a meditative and mature suite of songs that alternates Pharoahe Monch-style rap discourses on society and enlightenment with love-and-empowerment string ballads.” –Village Voice, August 2009

Grammy-nominated singer, songwriter and producer John Forté is pleased to announce StyleFREE the EP, his first collection of new music to be released in eight years. The EP debuted on John’s new website, johnforte.com on July 14 – exactly nine years from the day he was arrested on charges of drug trafficking – and is now available via all online retailers, with a physical EP dropping on September 22.

Forté’s undeniable talent as a lyricist and musician, far from diminishing during his incarceration, has grown and matured. His new songs, full of powerful social commentary combined with hope and inspiration, bear witness to the remaking of a man and his struggle to remain free – they are a testament to his spiritual journey and proof that the phoenix can, and will, rise from the ashes.

Despite having been largely removed from the tech revolution the past 7 years, Forté has wasted no time embracing new technologies and new business models with regards to his music. He is selling StyleFREE the EP direct to fans on johnforte.com , his new, media-rich website where fans can watch several new videos, interact with the artist, and hear streaming audio of the entire EP.

John Forté is also excited to offer his first single, “Play My Cards for Me” as a free MP3, and encourages music websites, bloggers and fans alike to share the track.

Best known for producing and co-writing tracks for The Fugees’ multi-platinum album The Score, as well as recording two solo albums, PolySci (Columbia; 1998) and I, John (Transparent; 2002), which featured guest appearances by Herbie Hancock, Esthero and Tricky, and included a duet with Carly Simon, Forté dropped several MP3s into the blogosphere, including “Life Has Just Begun (Returning Home),” “Homecoming” (featuring Talib Kweli) and a remake of Kate Bush’s “Running Up That Hill”, all of which can be heard at johnforte.com, shortly upon his return.

In addition to recording, Forté has been writing (he signed a book deal with Simon & Schuster for his memoir), touring (he recently joined fellow artists Talib Kweli, Chrisette Michelle, and Pharoahe Monch on stage as special guests of The Roots at Highline Ballroom, showcased at SXSW, and returned from Ireland having performed with Ben Taylor and David Saw) and is actively working with at-risk youth at In Arms Reach, a Harlem-based initiative for children of incarcerated parents.

Style Free from John Forte on Vimeo.

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Dudley Perkins: Unconditional Love-XLR8R Podcast

Posted in Black Music, Funk, News, Promotions, Soul, XLR8R Podcast on June 18, 2009 by E.N.

“Do not attempt to adjust your radio dial,” proclaims Dudley Perkins, and with that, he kicks off the Unconditional Love podcast, over an hour’s worth of smooth, sultry soul jams concerned with matters of the heart. No need for much elaboration though. Dudley walks us through the 21 tracks here, which were mixed by the one and only DJ Romes.

Unconditional Love:

01 Intro

02 Roy Ayers – Sunshine

03 Barry White – Playing Your Game

04 Denise Williams – Got to be Free

05 Harold Melvin & the Blue Notes – Let Me into Your World

06 Dudley Perkins Interlude

07 The Moments – Girls

08 Curtis Mayfield – Makings of You (Live)

09 Pleasure – Thoughts of Old Flames

10 Eddie Kendricks – Intimate Friends

11 Harold Melvin – Hope That We Can Be Together Soon

12 Heat Wave – Sing This Song for You

13 Dudley Perkins Interlude

14 Heat Wave – The Star of a Story

15 Kool & The Gang – You Don’t Have to Change

16 George Duke – Some Day

17 Isley Brothers – Highways of My Life

18 Norman Conors – You Are My Starship

19 Marvin Gaye – Feel All My Love Inside

20 Stylistics – Mine All Mine

21 Kool & The Gang – Summertime Madness

XLR8R TV: Ghislain Poirier

Musicians and artists have it good in Montreal, as we found out when we spent a day with Ghislain Poirier. Not only do 70-year-old women sip wine in cafes and nod their heads as you and Face-T play your latest murder-lyric soca jam, but the police are totally chill when you set up an illegal 1,200 person party under an overpass! Definitely worth braving -20 degree Celsius winters for.

Feature: Julien Vallée

A piece of paper is worth a thousand words for this rising Canadian design star.

Inbox: Flunk

For this week’s Inbox, XLR8R catches up with Ulf Nygaard, producer for Norwegian trip-hop group Flunk, while he sails on a fjord outside of Oslo (no, seriously).

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Battle Katz Volume One-David Banner Vs Death By Dub

Posted in Black Music, Dub Step, Hits Remixed on June 12, 2009 by E.N.


Artist….: DEATH BY DUB
Album…..: Battle Katz Volume One
Genre…..: DUBSTEP
Label…..: BATTLE KATZ
CatalogNr.: BATTKAT001

Tracklist
01 David Banner Vs Death By Dub
Play Remix 06:20

Info…: New series from unknown dubstep cru based somewhere on the planet earth, Battle Katz vol 2 comin soon!

Thanks 2 Jason for this dirty track!
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