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TrackBlasters Radio: 18.08.17

Posted on August 18, 2017

Da Fat Friday Afternoon - The Official Soundtrack To Your Weekend

Host: DJ P.R.

Heavy hit after heavy hit! Press play or hit the download button and enjoy.

Happy Friday, ya'll!

Record Of The Day: Halley Hiatt feat. Ghostface Killah - Make It Right (47_AK Bootleg)

Playlist

ASAP Mob feat. ASAP Rocky, ASAP Ferg, ASAP Nast, ASAP Twelvyy & ASAP Ant - Feels So Good
Buddy feat. Wiz Khalifa - Type Of Shit
ASAP Ferg feat. Dave East - Olympian
Dave East feat. French Montana - Maneuver
French Montana feat. Chinx - Whiskey Eyes
Lana Del Reay feat. ASAP Rocky & Playboi Carti - Summer Bummer

**Record Of The Day**
Halley Hiatt feat. Ghostface Killah - Make It Right (47_AK Bootleg)

Tony Williams feat. Kanye West - Another You
Aesop Rock & Homeboy Sandman - Comfy
Dave East feat. Nas - The Hated
Kendrick Lamar - GOD.
Berner & Styles P feat. ScHoolboy Q - Table
The Doppelgangaz feat. Thonio - Pride's Cloak
Skyzoo - Let It Fly
ASAP Twelvyy - Sunset Park
Alexander Spit - 20,000 Lovers

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TrackBlasters Radio: 04.08.17

Posted on August 4, 2017

Da Fat Friday Afternoon - The Official Soundtrack To Your Weekend

Host: DJ P.R.

Today's show includes new joints from ASAP Mob, ASAP Twelvyy, ASAP Ferg, Fat Joe, The Weeknd, Cassie, G-Eazy and Iman Omari.

Press play and enjoy. Happy Friday, ya'll!

Record Of The Day: Iman Omari feat. Quelle Chris - So Real

Playlist

ASAP Mob feat. ASAP Rocky & ASAP Ferg - Wrong
ASAP Mob feat. ASAP Rocky, Playboi Carti, Quavo, Lil Uzi Vert & Frank Ocean - RAF
ASAP Ferg feat. Busta Rhymes, ASAP Rocky, Dave East, French Montana, Rick Ross & Snoop Dogg - East Coast (Remix)
ASAP Twelvyy feat. ASAP Ferg - Hop Out
Fat Joe feat. Dre - So Excited
The Weeknd feat. ASAP Rocky & Young Thug - Reminder (Remix)
Future feat. Nicki Minaj - You Da Baddest
Cassie feat. G-Eazy - Love A Loser
Tony Williams feat. Kanye West - Another You
G-Eazy feat. Phem - Just Friends
Kendrick Lamar feat. Rihanna - LOYALTY.
Jay-Z - 4:44
Jay-Z feat. James Blake - MaNyfaCedGod
Jay-Z - Marcy Me
Vic Mensa - Say I Didn't

**Record Of The Day**
Iman Omari feat. Quelle Chris - So Real

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TrackBlasters Radio: 26.07.17

Posted on July 26, 2017

Da Wednesday Underground Flava - Underground & Old School Tunes Non-Stop

Host: DJ P.R.

Today's show includes brand new bangers from the likes of Apollo Brown x Planet Asia, Mobb Deep, J. Lately, Skyzoo, Bugus, Curren$y, Chuuwee and many more.

Press play or hit the download button and enjoy!

Record Of The Day: Mobb Deep - Try My Hand

Playlist

Apollo Brown & Planet Asia feat. Willie The Kid - Dalai Lama Slang
Apollo Brown & Planet Asia - Panties In A Jumble

**Record Of The Day**
Mobb Deep - Try My Hand

J. Lately - Alone
Skyzoo - Short Money
Bugus - No Place Like Home
Curren$y - Spray
French Montana feat. Pharrell - Bring Dem Things
Chuuwee feat. dahLak - Decension (Routine)
Chuuwee - Rx
Jay-Z - Blu's Freestyle / We Family
Kendrick Lamar feat. U2 - XXX.
The Doppelgangaz - If It Wasn't For The Cloak
Chris Rivers feat. Lydia Ceaser - Old Thing Back
Tony Williams feat. Kanye West - Another You
Wu-Tang Clan - SAVOR.WAVS (Remix)

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Tony Williams – The 7th Day [EP]

Posted on July 23, 2017

Tony Williams returns with a new EP, titled "The 7th Day". Produced largely by Bink! and No I.D., the EP serves as a prequel to Tony's upcoming full-length project, "To Gain The World", and features appearances from Kanye West, CyHi the Prynce, Pharoahe Monch, Raheem DeVaughn, Bobby Sessions and more.

Says Tony:

"I’ve often pondered if it was an obvious breach between old school and the new generation or if we’re merely a broad line of demarcation. Whatever it is, I’ve always felt I was the bridge that brought them together. Who else would put CyHi over “folk/rock”, bring Stokley and Raheem Devaughn together over a No I.D. beat or pair Pharoahe Monch with the newest of new m.c.’s (Bobby Sessions) over a distorted guitar. Hopefully, this project will engage some new ears from both generations."

Take a listen below and pick up a copy via iTunes.

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Tony Williams Talks About Working On “Yeezus 2”, Kanye And His “King Or Fool 2” Album [Video]

Posted on September 11, 2014

Tony Williams – My Swing [Audio x Download]

Posted on July 12, 2013

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Says Tony Williams,

Swing dancing began in the 20’s when the noticeably festive African American community (*clears throat), brutha’s and sista’s, refashioned their homeland dances to fit the new music craze sweeping across the country, Big Band Jazz. The dance would take on many names throughout its evolution. Some would refer to it as the Lindy Hop, the name coined by one of the most famous swing dancers in swing dance history, Shorty George, who, while showing off his dance moves at the Savoy in 1927, was asked by a reporter the name of the dance he was doing, looks around and sees a newspaper heading , “Lindy Hops the Atlantic”, referring to the successful flight of the Lindenburgh to Paris, off the cuff gives the dance it’s name, the Lindy Hop. On March 26, 1926, the Savoy Ballroom opened its doors in New York. The Savoy was an immediate success with its block-long dance floor and a raised double bandstand. Nightly dancing attracted most of the best dancers in the New York area. Stimulated by the presence of great dancers and the best black bands, music at the Savoy was largely Swinging Jazz.”We” soon would be found dancing the night away on the dance floor alongside some of the world’s most famous jazz legends. By 1934, the dance would reach another historic milestone as famous jazz legend Cab Calloway, introduces a new tune, the Jitterbug that became a hit. The upbeat tempo of the tune was the perfect accompaniment to the energetic dance. By 1936, the dance made its way from the East Coast to California where Dean Collins, a previous Savoy Ballroom dancer who was heralded in New York as the “ Best Dancer of the Year”, began teaching the dance and adding to it, his own style interpretations. As the craze left from the East and made its way to the West, other regions of the country began adding their own style interpretations as well as changing the backdrop from Ballroom Jazz, to Blues. Many tried to discount the swing, looking down on it because the dance was not “ sophisticated” and was not being performed by so called trained dancers. That did not stop “us” as they took advantage of the moment clipping their contact information to their backs so that they could be contacted, if one was interested in inquiring about lessons and many caucasians were. As a result, during a time when racism made it difficult for African Americans to earn a living, Lindy Hoppers, Jitter Buggers and Swing Dancers were earning an appreciable living teaching dance. As a matter of fact, it became such a good living in comparison to other menial jobs that dancers tried wilder and wilder stunts to gain more and more attention so that they could be more sought after for their dance instruction. The dance, throughout the decades, thrived and though its heyday was primarily during the 20’s and 30’s, it survived! Today, you can visit nightclubs, dancehalls and supper clubs and see dancers swinging out in perfect timing to anything from Big Band Jazz, Blues, R&B, Hip Hop and even, Rap. To think, some predicted that the dance would not last beyond the 30’s. I dedicate this song to keeping this great tradition alive..

Previously: Tony Williams – Wake Up Girl [Video]

Tony Williams – Wake Up Girl [Video]

Posted on July 4, 2013

G.O.O.D. Music's Tony Williams drops off the new video for "Wake Up Girl", the second single from his upcoming re-release of his debut album, "King or The Fool". The album is being completely re-mixed and re-mastered, with new songs included, and is due out July 23. "Wake Up Girl" is produced by Kanye West and co-produced by Erwin Murphy and Chris "Cutta" Baldwin.

Tony Williams feat. Malik Yusef & JoiStaRR – Rise And Shine [Audio x Download]

Posted on June 24, 2013

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Tony Williams links up with Malik Yusef & JoiStaRR for this new soulful tune. Listen below.

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