Epidemic “From The Beginning” (Produced By Figub Brazlevič)

“From the Beginning” is the second single from Epidemic’s fourth album “4 Dimensions on a Paper.” Produced by Berlin, Germany based beat maker Figub Brazlevic, the song deals with growing up as a Hip-hop head and the drive to become the best at your craft, as well as both the good times and hardships that come with it.


Rodrigo Starz – Can You Call It Love

Can You Call It Love by Rodrigo Starz
Produced by DJ Charlie Hustle
Directed by Sense Hernandez of Beast Factory Films
Album: Free Family Portraits

Follow us!

Masta Ace – ”Disposable Arts” (Official Album Documentary)

Originally released in 2001, ”Disposable Arts” is a thematic/concept album by Brooklyn emcee Masta Ace. The concept follows that Masta Ace is being released from prison, his return to home and joining ”The Institute of Disposable Arts”. The album is one complete story with the skits and songs together. The album contain many guest artists like Masta Ace’s group eMC (Stricklin & Wordsworth), Apocalypse, Greg Nice of Nice & Smooth, Rah Digga, J-Ro of Tha Alkaholiks, King Tee, Jean Grae, Punchline, Young Zee and more. Also a bunch of different producers (Paul Nice, Domingo, Deacon The Villain of CunninLynguists, Xplicit, Ayatollah, Sabor and more), this album is seen as a classic album by most Hip Hop heads.

The CD reissue which came out in October 22nd 2013 on Below System Records, contains a 2 hour DVD documentary where you will see most of the contributors to the ”Disposable Arts” album. Interviews, stories behind the tracks and more content about the making of “Disposable Arts”.

CD+DVD package available at:

Presented by: Mac Mil Media
Directed by: D. Aurelius
Executive Producers: Masta Ace, Richard Ahee & Robert Alphonse
Associate Executive Producer: Deniz Öztaş
Director of Photography: Michael Quigley
Edited by: Jelle Smid

Follow Masta Ace:

Below System Records 2016

Dear Daniel: a tribute to MF DOOM

We are happy announce the release of Wally Clark’s new album, Dear Daniel: a tribute to MF DOOM. After being snowed in, Clark locked himself in his studio, and to pass the time, he took all of the records he could find that had been sampled for DOOM songs, put his spin on them, and rapped over them, as a way to pay homage to the lyricist/producer. To add to the fun, Clark paired all the songs with old cartoons to enjoy as you listen.

Includes unlimited streaming of Dear Daniel: a tribute to MF DOOM via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.

Vinyl: The Art of Turntablism (HBO)

Subscribe to the HBO YouTube: http://itsh.bo/10qIqsj

Catch an all new episode of Vinyl, next Sunday night at 9pm, only on HBO. Soundtrack now available from Atlantic Records, featuring music from Sturgill Simpson, Kaleo, Otis Redding and more.

Connect with HBO Online
Follow @vinyl on Instagram: https://instagram.com/vinyl/
Like Vinyl on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/VinylHBO
HBO on Facebook: http://Facebook.com/HBO
Follow @HBO on Twitter: http://Twitter.com/HBO
Find HBO Official Site: http://HBO.com
Find HBO Connect: http://Connect.hbo.com
Find HBO GO: http://HBOGO.com
Find HBO on Instagram: http://Instagram.com/hbo

Check out other HBO Channels
HBO: http://www.youtube.com/hbo
Game of Thrones: http://www.youtube.com/GameofThrones
Last Week Tonight: http://www.youtube.com/lastweektonight
HBO Sports: http://www.youtube.com/HBOsports
Real Time with Bill Maher: http://www.youtube.com/RealTime
HBO Documentary Films: http://www.youtube.com/HBODocs
Cinemax: http://www.youtube.com/Cinemax
HBO Latino: http://www.youtube.com/HBOLatino

LOrange x Jeremiah Jae (feat. Homeboy Sandman) – Ignore The Man To Your Right

“Ignore the Man To Your Right”
from the album “The Night Took Us In Like Family”

produced by L’Orange
Vocals by Jeremiah Jae
Guest vocals by Homeboy Sandman
Directed by MERO

Originally Premiered at Pigeons & Planes on March 7, 2016 http://pigeonsandplanes.com/2016/03/l…

Deep kick drums, ticking hi-hats, irregular rhythms, and Victrola static all over golden age vocalizations combine to provide the black & white soundscape over which Chicago emcee Jeremiah Jae delivers deadpan lyrics. Stones Throw spitter Homeboy Sandman ties his verbals to the track on the second verse to complete the unsettling song.

Taken by itself L’Orange & Jeremiah Jae’s singles leave listeners adrift in an undefined world of prohibition rap – a artistic Hiphop version of 1930s gangster films. But as fans of L’Orange already know, making sense of the story as each piece of the puzzle unfolds is part of the experience.

CD: http://www.undergroundhiphop.com/lora
Vinyl: http://www.undergroundhiphop.com/lora
Digital: https://lorange360.bandcamp.com/album

L’Orange Facebook https://www.facebook.com/LOrangeMusic
Jeremiah Jae Facebook https://www.facebook.com/Jeremiah-Jae
Mello Music Facebook https://www.facebook.com/MelloMusicGr
Director Mero Facebook https://www.facebook.com/MeroDavid.zo

L’Orange Instagram https://www.instagram.com/lorangemusic/
Jeremiah Jae Instagram https://www.instagram.com/jjaer/
Mello Music Instagram https://www.instagram.com/mellomusicg

L’Orange Twitter https://twitter.com/LOrangeMusic
Jeremiah Jae Twitter https://twitter.com/Jeremiahjae
Director Mero Twitter http://twitter.com/mero_colombo
Mello Music Twitter https://twitter.com/MelloMusicGroup

Director’s Site: http://davidzo.tumblr.com
Label Site: http://www.mellomusicgroup.com

Mello Music Group, 2016.
Sounds Beautiful Like The Truth

Planet Asia x DJ Concept – Gold Vases

Planet Asia’s relentless work ethic has led to a number of noteworthy projects these past few years alone, and he’s getting ready to add another one to the list with the March 25th release of, ‘Seventy Nine.’ Proving that point is “Gold Vases,” the heavy debut leak off the album, which is produced entirely by Long Island’s DJ Concept.

Concept’s piano-fueled, head-nodding backdrop is a low-key banger, which allows the Fresno, Calif. stalwart to spit his game which complements the gritty instrumental. Planet Asia uses his bars to big-up his affinity for gold and his hustler’s mentality, particularly on the hook: “I’m from the block so that’s what I reflect/ Keep rockin’ ‘til I get me a check/ It don’t stop, even when the millions is net.”

It’s that never-ceasing hunger that’s made the West Coast rapper such a force from the beginning, and it’s clear that he’s only getting better with age. And it doesn’t hurt, of course, that he’s got Concept’s beats in his corner.

“Gold Vases is now available for download off the iTunes’ album pre-order of ‘Seventy Nine.’ The album drops March 25th and will be available for download through all major digital retailers, and can be purchased on CD as well as limited-edition gold vinyl, via Coalmine Records.

‘Seventy Nine’ Tracklist:
01. Seventy Nine (Intro) [feat. DJ Revolution]
02. Valuable Metals (feat. DJ Pain 1)
03. The Expo (feat. TriState)
04. International (feat. Marvelous Mag)
05. This is Fresno (Interlude)
06. The Festival (feat. Sean Price & DJ Devastate)
07. Gold Vases
08. Fresh (feat. Blu & Agallah)
09. Gold Chain Winners (feat. John Robinson & SmooVth)
10. Sacred Sermons

Album Pre-Order:
• iTunes: apple.co/1QGo4Pq
• Fat Beats (Vinyl): bit.ly/1oSyHsy

Album Press Release: bit.ly/24wLfGi

• Planet Asia: twitter.com/planetasia
• DJ Concept: twitter.com/concept1200
• Coalmine Records: twitter.com/concept1200