Stu Bangas hits us with a new instrumental album to juice up to. Pay what you like.
So I was looking though new Hip Hop releases on Bandcamp and was intrigued by this awesome artwork. Saw that this was a name your price release from a young producer in California and gave it a spin. Turns out this shit is really dope. I will be following BLVK. going forward. I recommend you give it a free spin. It’s worth checking for.
I been slackin’.. dropped this instrumental release about a half hour before the ball dropped on the 31st to close out 2017 strong and help ring in the newness but I’m just posting it on here today. My apologies to anyone who may rely on this page for my freeleases. Also adding a link to a single I dropped a couple weeks ago produced by Mark Ski called “Change Lives.” Happy tomorrow, y’all!
The East NY protege of the great Marley Marl and legend in his own right Domingo decided to tap into his inner Kris Kringle and drop some free beats on the world this Christmas Eve. Enjoy and Merry Christmas muddasuckas!
3. Behold The Pale Horse
4. Child To An M.C.
5. Clear Em Out
6. Money Game
7. Dear Diary
9. Certified Official
10. On The Run
11. The Ha Ha
12. Give A Damn
4 Instrumentals and 3 tracks from the duo collectively known as Stu Simons. Features from Tragedy Khadafi, Milano Constantine, Spit Gemz, Foul Monday and Spent D’nero.
This is the second installment in the Break the Pattern series, which was intended to take a different approach towards the release of free digital Hip Hop. For the Ayers Apparent Beat Tape, I decided to try my hand (and ear) at remixing some of the many jewels in the Legendary Roy Ayers’ catalog.
This project is intended to pay homage to a fixture in the world of Hip Hop sampling. Roy Ayers’ remarkable catalog is indeed Ubiquitous. This instrumental project finds LEX718 (my alter-ego) hunting down and re-visioning some loops you may have heard re-used on some of your favorite Hip Hop and R&B records as well as some music from this very deep catalog you may have yet to hear flipped.
You can rap to these if you please (hell, I may rap to a few of these myself), but this is intended to be listening music. This is my admiration of Mr. Ayers’ catalog spilling over into your digital libraries. This will be my final instrumental release of 2017.
New release from producer RTNC who you may know from his work with Your Old Droog, Timeless Truth and Homeboy Sandman. Pay what you like.