Here's another cut from that "EveryDejaVu Volume One" compilation project. Produced by Fa†e & Moisesxking.
Check out F. Virtue's official remix of "Elite Status" by J57 and Rasheed Chappell.
Bumpy Knuckles and DJ Wayne Ski team up once again create magic with this remix to "Cake". Stream/download below.
Bonus: Check out Bumpy Knuckles "Bars in the Booth" freestyle after the break.
Off that "EveryDejaVu Volume One" compilation project.
At nine tracks, Blu, Chester Watson, Real J Wallace, ScienZe, JohnNY U., Fa†e and so much more talent lace the first of many projects we will be releasing here at everydejavu. On top of just music, we had some graphic artists (Fred Lozano, Chester Watson, J'Von, Zuke Saga, Mike Hinson, King Wavve) create a mini booklet of art pieces (and a poem by Chester) to go side-by-side the listen.
Here's the traclist for Cole's new album "2014 Forest Hills Drive", which is available for pre-order on iTunes now. December 9th is the date.
02. January 28th
03. Wet Dreamz
04. 03' Adolescence
05. A Tale Of 2 Citiez
06. Fire Squad
07. St. Tropez
09. No Role Modelz
12. Love Yourz
13. Note To Self
Here is the GRAPHIC visual for the title track from Da Mafia 6ix's "Hear Sum Evil" mixtape.
Mya opened up to VladTV about studying dance at the age of two, but says that she didn't start taking things seriously until years later. The famed singer adds that her hard work and love for dance led her to be noticed by renowned tap dancer Savion Glover. Mya explains that she was able to close out a show for Savion at the prestigious Kennedy Center in D.C. During the interview, Mya also revealed that while she didn't see dance as a viable career option, she did take Broadway into consideration.
Boaz chopped it up with VladTV for an exclusive interview, and shared his thoughts on why he thinks independent labels are better for today's market. He explains that a lot of artists are being "lost in the mainstream," and Boaz says indie labels give you more freedom to be yourself. During the conversation Boaz also speaks about how he signed to Rostrum after having a great conversation with CEO Benjy Grinberg. The Pittsburgh native also adds that with all the talent coming out of the city, he believes the location could be the next Atlanta.