Ryshon lets loose another visual off of his In Theory project. This video connects with his previous release Gods Broken Smile. It’s refreshing to see his own art displayed in rap. His visuals always show hidden meanings and messages, which is not something commonly seen in videos we see today…you know, the money, cars, clothes & Ho’s. Keep it up Ryshon. Revolt. Stay tuned for more visuals off the In Theory project!
French Montana’s long awaited debut album “Excuse My French” is dropping tomorrow! Check the review after the jump…
It’s been a year since we’ve gotten a new project from Brookyn’s L.atasha A.lcindor, but she makes her triumphant return with a new EP she is calling SPARK. Let’s let her tell the story on this one…
SPARK is a bullet shot in the dark. For about a year, I was fighting to find my sound and understanding of myself as an artist. However with a little faith, patience and freedom, I developed my newest EP SPARK, presented to you by DJbooth.net. Keeping my eyes closed but my heart open, the EP is feeling in motion, thoughts in time and spirit in demonstration. Dedicated to my creativity and randomness, SPARK veers from electronica, to hip hop, to dance hall, back to hip hop, with production from Willie B. of Digiphonics, The Fourth Coming, Ken10, London’s Freshnerd of 100akres and JWT, and features include Ryshon Jones, Dosage, Abstract Random and Tasha the Amazon. This project is my personality packed up in a ball of fire. I hope you love it as much as I loved making it. And please look out for a few videos coming out for the project including Down To Earth Thoughts and my new SUMMER IN L.A. T-shirts coming out Friday, May 17th on ucancallmela.bigcartel.com.
This girls stock is rising fast. You aren’t gonna wanna miss this ride. Check out the Homebass Studios mixed project below and download your copy today.
This is awesome and Jeff Bliss (Student) hits it right on the head. The teacher, like most unfortunately, didn’t get the message. She will now..
The new Queen of Hiphop is L.tasha A.lcindor (LA or UcanCallmeLA). She is real, raw and of course from BROOOOKKKLYYNN haha. Seriously though, her lyrics are gritty and real allowing the listener to get lost in the moment. Unlike most female artist, who either talk about whoring themselves out or spittin’ extra greezy like a dude, LA is a breathe of fresh air for females. She consistantly delivers her real-life stories along with spiritual references that anyone can relate to. Her new EP titled SPARK is gonna make some waves, trust me. Ladies, this is a strong women you can be proud of. Enjoy St. Michael for now and scoop up that SPARK coming soon dropping on DJBooth.net