“The Coalition Presented By Dr. G”, is a producer compilation album from Manchester producer Dr. G who you may know from working with a string of US acts as well as producing projects with the likes of UK acts such Big Dutty Deeze and N2P. if you haven’t heard of him you really should check this record out. Dr. G is a hip hop producer from Manchester U.K.
His beats are super dope Hip-Hop bangers and this album is a real testament to how far he has come with legends such as Hussein Fatal, Inspectah Deck, Canibus and KRS 1 all featuring, as well as him roping in the talents of some great independent artists like Chox (Chose) Mak, Saigon and Mark Deez. The album is out now digitally, with some limited number of C.Ds available.
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Here’s a nice introduction to anyone who may not have heard off this artist. Here is somewhat of a business card that has seen him already get positive reviews already. One half of recent rap duo 2LostSouls the latest release is going to look good on his hip hop CV. It dropped a few days ago so took time out and downloaded the release and it’s been booming out of my speakers non stop, I’m lucky the people in my street are feeling it to! You can tell there’s been very careful thought gone into his bars and tracks, and that extra ounce of thought makes a massive difference to the listener. It’s an album full of surprises and I like that. Quality from the off this is a must.
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Words: Alex Dunlow
In recent years more than ever, Hip-Hop has been a platform of boasting ones possessions or idea of wealth. While there’s no shame in showing off every so often by toasting to the good life, there’s an ugly truth that needs to be exposed. War, genocide, corruption; these are the things that are leaving a scar in our history books. Whereas some rappers may just gloss over these disasters, Constant Flow is here to tell the whole truth to the masses. Fresh from the release of “Dog Tags,” the 2nd single taken from his Viper Records debut LP, Ascension, CF keeps the momentum rocking with “Moment of Peace,” a sharp tongued reflection of the world examined through real people, not just mass media. As Melanie Fontana supplies a chilling hook that blends effortlessly with the fact-paced instrumental, Viper’s frontman, Immortal Technique, drops a potent series of double time bars that will leave new listeners and long time fans hitting the rewind button. “Moment of Peace” is the 3rd and final leak taken from Ascension, which is set to drop next Tuesday, September 2nd, so check out the track while pre-ordering the album via iTunes!
Here is the brand new promotional music video for the ‘Watch Ya Step Remix’ from rapper Skeezo and producer Rediculus. The track is taken from the recently released “Stuck In Da 90’s Remix EP”. If you tired of the same old songs on the radio and need some real Hip-Hop in your life then look no further. This slice of Hip-Hop brilliance features the likes of El Gant and Bekay, with France’s number one DJ Modesty on the cuts. This is the first video from the project that has dropped exclusively on http://www.DJBooth.net and can still be downloaded for free from the links below.
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Fifly is a name you might know or maybe have seen on the UK’s leading channel Global Faction, if not I guess now would be a good place to start. The album features Kingpin, Disl Automatic, Deadly Hunta, Alicia Reene and DJ Shorty with production from Fundament, Woods from Bunker Beats, Vherbal from Anno Domini, Whodiniz, Alive, 2Deep from Anno Domini, Allrounda and Manage from Caxton Press. Impressed? Well wait to you hear the music, its fresh and original with a strong message.
Filfy ‘Filfology’ (Track-list):
01 – Hip Hop Lives (Produced by Fundament)
02 – Ghetto City (Produced by Woods from Bunker Beats)
03 – Buffalo Soldier Feat. Deadly Hunta (Produced by Vherbal from Anno Domini)
04 – Escalate (Produced by Whodiniz)
05 – No Good (Produced by Alive)
06 – Get Blazed (Produced by Whodiniz)
07 – Daily Struggle Feat. Kingpin and DJ Shorty (Produced by 2Deep from Anno Domini)
08 – Look At Me Now Feat. Alicia Reene (Produced by Allrounda)
09 – How I Feel (Produced by Vherbal from Anno Domini)
10 – Taking Liberties (Produced by Manage from Caxton Press)
11 – Life In London Feat. Kingpin (Produced by Vherbal from Anno Domini)
12 – The March Feat. Disl Automatic & Kingpin (Produced by Fundament)
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Review by Alex Dunlow
Although sophomore slumps have caused some artists to be faded in obscurity, we don’t anticipate the burgeoning North Cackalacky emcee, Fluent, and his latest effort, Supreme Victory, to fall into this category. While the Tar Heel spit kicker’s debut LP, Retro Future, had him rhyming on production supplied by the likes of Khrysis and 9th Wonder, while rapping alongside famed artists such as SpaceGhostPurrp and Royce Da 5’9″, Supreme Victory keeps the features succinct, allowing Fluent and J. Cardim, who is the sole producer this time around, to create a unified emcee/producer coalescence that’s rare these days.
Cardim, who’s resume includes production from Lil Wayne, Talib Kweli, Fat Joe, The LOX and more, shines as his crisp production blends with Fluent’s journey through the highs and lows of his everyday life. From Boom bap, to trap and even uptempo electric sounds, Supreme Victory is an album that isn’t afraid to tell a relatable story, in a different way.
The LP certainly prides itself on showing the full scale of Fluent’s talent, regardless of what type of beat or subject matter is thrown his way. Between the relationship heavy “Tonight” and the Joe Budden assisted “Take You Down,” Fluent shows us that there’s more to life than the paper chase, as the Chapel Hill native reveals to us his flaws in addition to his strength’s, allowing us to go beyond typical clichés that portray rapper’s as two dimensional characters. With additional guest appearances from Nipsey Hussle, Action Bronson, Guilty Simpson and Kaze, Fluent’s Supreme Victory is now available through all major digital retailers, so give it a spin, and then go support!
Asad (LOTD), Cipher Jewels (Moorish Delta 7), I – Yudah (TGYD), M3 & Dece Divine (N2P), Giz Da Boss Type (Royalist), Vertex, Andre I, Meeks (S-Squad) all feature on this banging new release from Dirtz of Nothink To Prove. Its gritty road talk delivered in a positive way, something original and fresh.
Dirtz of N2P ‘Hunger Pains’ (Track-list):
01 – Life Lessons Feat. Asad (LOTD)
02 – Aim High Feat. Cipher Jewels (Moorish Delta 7)
03 – Like a Boss
04 – Underestimated Me Feat. I – Yudah (TGYD)
05 – Lookin Up
06 – Go Hard Feat. M3 (N2P) Giz Da Boss Type (Royalist)
07 – Walk Alone Feat. M3 (N2P)
08 – Make Ends Meet Feat. Dece Divine (N2P) & Vertex
09 – Find a Way Feat. Dece Divine (N2P)
10 – The System
11 – Whats It All About Feat. M3 (N2P)
12 – Good Time Feat. M3 (N2P) & Andre I
13 – Life Lessons Feat. M3 (N2P) & Meeks (S-Squad)
All tracks produced by Dr. G.