Blackalicious – “Alphabet Aerobics”
Here’s another mp3 from one of my fave hip-hop artists, Blackalicious. This track is foolish. And by that I mean brilliant. What a cool idea, picking up the tempo like that. Sickness!
“Alphabet Aerobics” (mp3)
from “A2G EP”
Dionyza – “Stir It Up”
As the daughter of Motown singer/songwriters Michael and Brenda Sutton, Dionyza enters the game as R&B royalty, but that wouldn’t count for much if she were not a great talent in her own right. This track from her 2008 debut is hot. Contemporary soul rooted in the old school.
“Stir It Up” (mp3)
from “Quite Like Me”
Mr. SOS – “Bionic”
Just because you’re paranoid doesn’t mean they’re not out to get you. Mr. SOS paints a dark but humorous picture of the brave new digital world around us. And it’s an excellent track, or you know I wouldn’t bother you with it.
from “How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb”
Restiform Bodies – “Bobby Trendy Addendum”
Now wait, isn’t Bobby Trendy Anna Nicole’s interior designer? What gives? This is truly the kind of smart and hooky thought provoking hip-hop I’ve come to expect from the anticon label.
“Bobby Trendy Addendum” (mp3)
from “TV Loves You Back”
Bob Marley & The Wailers – “Soul Shakedown Party”
Yes, that’s right the great Bob Marley and the Wailers hit, remixed specially for your next party! What a GR8 why to keep Bob’s music alive!
Bob Marley & The Wailers
“Soul Shakedown Party” (mp3)
from “Roots, Rock, Remixed”
(rockr / Quango / Tuff Gong)
Abyss – “It’s A Great Thing”
A hip-hop celebration of hip-hop! You know I’m down widdit.
“It’s A Great Thing” (mp3)
from “From Now On”
(3sixty5 Records, LLC)
Crest Creepaz, Thizz Kidz – “Dumb”
According to this Superfan’s own number one fan in B-Town, Le Mucster Dubster, Mac Dre’s “Dre Area” comp represents some of the Bay Areas finest hip hop talent. Who am I to doubt him? Based on Muc’s recommendation and this mp3 of superior driving music, I’m going to pick up the whole album. Crest Creepaz and Thizz Kidz “Dumb” is hella fun! Keep it dumb, dumb..
Crest Creepaz, Thizz Kidz
from “The Dre Area”