Executive Produced by @Evidence
1.Me Vs. Me
2.Shaq Carried Kobe (feat. Phonte)
5.Sing Me A Song
7.Fuck A Co-Sign (feat. Evidence)
I wanted to do something today because I love you guys so here it is, Domo Genesis x Evidence “Aren’t U Glad You’re U” , TGIF!! https://t.co/TQQDoZwdJP
— Suavecito. (@DamierGenesis) January 19, 2018
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About Planet Asia
Planet Asia (born Jason Green) rose from the uncharted hip-hop territory of Fresno, California to become one of the stars of the West Coast “true school” generation that emerged in the late ’90s. After breaking onto the national scene in 1998, he quickly gained a reputation for his crisp, intense rhyme delivery, his versatile lyrical content, and his consistent productivity. The rapper moved from Fresno to the San Francisco Bay Area in 1998 at the age of 22 and met up with producer Fanatik, whose sparse, relaxed beats provided an interesting backdrop to Planet Asia’s battle-tested flow. The two appeared together on Tripek Records’ Rules of the Game compilation alongside veterans like the Living Legends and the Coup, creating instant national buzz.
Planet Asia released his self-titled debut EP soon after and never looked back, appearing on over 20 releases in the next two years and working with countless artists, big and small. He and Fanatik parted ways as Asia’s sound evolved and he found more uptempo, New York-influenced beats to his liking. Collaborations with Rasco showcased a special chemistry, and the two formed a group, Cali Agents, and released a full-length, How the West Was One, in 2000. After releasing his acclaimed second solo EP, The Last Stand, Planet Asia scored a deal with Interscope Records. However, 2001 single “Pure Coke” was his only release for the label, and he left soon after.
Asia signed to Avatar Records in 2003, and his long-awaited proper solo debut full-length, The Grand Opening, appeared in 2004, garnering further praise from the hip-hop press. Two more Cali Agents (Head of the State and Fire & Ice) appeared, in addition to Pain Language (with Muggs) and numerous solo releases and mixtapes on labels like his own Gold Chain Music, Copter Records, and RBC Records. Asia released Jewelry Box Sessions under his King Medallions alias, and issued the Medi-Cali trilogy, consisting of The Sickness, The Diagnosis, and The Medicine.
He ramped up his productivity during the 2010s, collaborating with Tri State, Madlib, G_Force, and numerous others, in addition to solo releases like Crack Belt Theatre, Black Belt Theatre, and High End Cloths. Abrasions, in collaboration with producer Gensu Dean, was released by Mello Music Group in 2013. Collaborations with Tzarizm (Via Satellite), DirtyDiggs (Nautica Nagas, Egyptian Merchandise), and DJ Concept (Seventy Nine) followed. In 2017, Asia returned to Mello Music Group with Anchovies, a full-length with Detroit producer Apollo Brown. ~ Luke Forrest & Paul Simpson
Download the mix for free above ^ or head over to band camp as well for a free download. knightali.bandcamp.com/album/expectations
Art by Angel Ganev
2. Dreaming of you
3. When i’m gone
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Download/Stream here: BlackMilk.lnk.to/Fever
Acclaimed Detroit-born producer/rapper Black Milk announces FEVER, a politically charged collection of genre-bending hip hop, releasing via Mass Appeal Records on 2/23. The album features vocals from Dwele, Aaron “Ab” Abernathy, Sudie and contributions from all-star musicians Chris “Daddy” Dave, Daru Jones, Malik Hunter, Ian Fink and Sasha Kashperko. Black Milk shares his lead single “Laugh Now Cry Later”, which examines the mental and emotional tug of war within social media.
Published on Jan 17, 2018
SiR “Summer in November”
Directed by Karena Evans
Produced by TDE Films/Popp Rok
[NEW ALBUM] “November” by @inglewoodsir | 1.19.18
This week Joe, Rory and Mal are joined New Episode 145 | The Joe Budden Podcast | “Role Play”by Ice and from beginning to end let the jokes fly. Joe wants to know if and when it’s cool to set your girlfriend as the lock screen on your phone (10:47). As predicted on this podcast, the robots have arrived! The guys talk about the new “life-like” sex dolls that were introduced, which adds to “conspiracy theory” Joe’s prediction of robots taking over (30:09). Also, they discuss which one of the guys that have participated in role-play and Joe reveals his go-to character in the bedroom, you’d never guess what it is (1:11:26). This episode is filled so tune in and indulge.
Don’t forget to cop your tickets for “Oh What a Night” hosted by Joe Budden at the Highline Ballroom on January 22!
Other topics include:
-Chris Paul wants smoke with the Clippers (37:06)
-Offset getting Cardi B’s name tattooed on himself (45:46)
-Chris Brown dropping ANOTHER joint project, is this helping or hurting his legacy (1:35:54)
Sleeper picks of the week:
Craig David (featuring GoldLink) “Live in the Moment” | www.youtube.com/watch?v=osJkdwQypbk&feature=share
THEY. “Africa” | www.youtube.com/watch?v=8BSLvWe0Mik&feature=share
Floda “Weak” | Kingfloda – Flo-weak-prodby-saidon
Albee Al, Arsonal and Fetty Wap “New Jersey Drive”
Hennessy, the world’s best-selling Cognac, recognizes those who “Never stop. Never settle.” in the pursuit of perfection. To celebrate this notion, Hennessy aligned with A$AP Ferg to release “Family,” a track that embraces family traditions, a value the Cognac producer has prioritized since its inception more than 250 years ago. The single’s cover artwork, painted by Ferg, is a reimagined version of his latest album cover, Still Striving, and spotlights the rapper tying his doo-rag to take on the world, inspiring others to push the limits of potential and “Never stop. Never settle.”