Da Fat Friday Afternoon - The Official Soundtrack To Your Weekend
Host: DJ P.R.
Today's show includes dope new music from Joey Bada$$, Fat Joe x Remy Ma, Raekwon, iLL Brown, Oddisee, Saga x Thelonious Martin, SkyBlew and Homeboy Sandman.
Press play and enjoy. Happy Friday, ya'll!
Record Of The Day: Raekwon feat. G-Eazy - Purple Brick Road
Joey Bada$$ - Victory
Fat Joe & Remy Ma feat. Kent Jones - Swear To God
**Record Of The Day**
Raekwon feat. G-Eazy - Purple Brick Road
iLL Brown feat. Freddie Gibbs, BJ The Chicago Kid & G-Wiz - Friends
Oddisee feat. Toine - NNGE
Saga & Thelonious Martin - Mongolian Cashmere
SkyBlew & Pabzzz feat. Karina Nistal & AlgoRhythmic - How About Sunday
DJ Khaled feat. Beyonce & Jay-Z - Shining
**Homeboy Sandman & Peter Rosenberg's "LoveLife" Mixtape**
Homeboy Sandman - Unforgettable
Homeboy Sandman - Relapse
Homeboy Sandman - Couple Bars
Homeboy Sandman - Seam by Seam
Homeboy Sandman - Everyday Love
Homeboy Sandman - So Good
Homeboy Sandman - Imports
Homeboy Sandman - FU
Homeboy Sandman - You and Myself
Homeboy Sandman - The Pits and the Pedulum
Oddisee is back with a new cut from his new LP, "The Iceberg", due out February 24th. Pre-order here.
"Called 'NNGE (Never Not Getting Enough)', the track is trenchant and timely - a complex song about trying to stay positive in the face of adversity and its many forms. The track is propelled by a fiery, swift drum beat and deeply soulful chorus.
I grew up witnessing many protests come to Washington DC. This song continues that tradition by using words of encouragement over production inspired by the native sounds of DC music."
Stream or download "NNGE" below.
"Like Really" will appear on Oddisee's upcoming album, "The Iceberg". Pre-order your copy here before it drops on February 24th.
Ringing in the New Year, Maryland MC Substantial teams with Mello Music Group producer and fellow DMV native Oddisee for the first official single off Substantial's upcoming album, The Past Is Always Present In The Future. Made In Maryland is Substantial's greatest ode to his home state since his debut solo single in 2000, Home Sweet Home, produced by the late japanese producer DJ Deckstream. The new single also features fellow Marylanders and frequent collaborators: vocalist, Steph the Sapphic Songstress and DJ Jav adding cuts utilizing vocals Joe.D.
Even if you're not from Maryland as QN5 Music's Tonedeff stated after hearing the song, "S#!t so hard, I'm about to move there!" So pack your bags and take a ride with us through the home of Tubman.
Pre-orders for The Past Is Always Present In The Future are available now via iTunes and Bandcamp and will be released digitally on January 6, 2017. Compact Discs ship on January 13, 2017 and cassettes and vinyl will be announced at a later date.
Here's a first taste from Oddisee's upcoming album "The Iceberg", which releases February 24.
Pre-order the LP here and stream "Things" below.
Here's an early stream of Oddisee's upcoming LP "The Odd Tape", which officially drops next week.
Take a listen below and pre-order your copy via Oddisee's Bancamp page here.
"The Odd Tape" revolves around the rhythms of the artist’s daily life. It starts in the morning with “Alarmed,” that sounds like if Shuggie Otis did a psychedelic eye-opening cover of Nas’ “Shootouts.” It rolls through “Right Side of the Bed,” with its glitter-gold sax lines, loose drums, and sunshine-slanting-through-the-blinds keyboards. Oddisee went from sampling to creating the eternal sounds of his original inspirations. You can hear older gods like Roy Ayers, Bob James, and Fela, but mostly you hear Oddisee continue to come into his own.
"The Odd Tape is meant to be a "Day In The Life" piece set to Audio. Each track is the theme music to my routine. "Born Before Yesterday" takes its title from the daily proposals I receive that question intelligence in ways that only the music industry can." - Oddisee