MP3 Dj Mitch Law - Some Smooth Shhh mixtape vol.1
Komplettes MP3 Album von Dj Mitch Law
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Kurz-Beschreibung von CDbaby: A collection of "smooth" Hip Hop & RnB tracks put together by Dj Mitch Law from NYC.
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Mitch Law aka M-rock Holmes:
Like Mos Def and Andre 3000, Mitch Law goes against the norm. Experimenting with everything from hip hop, drum n bass, techno, rock to R&B. Mitch Law is also a burdening film director.
Outkast meets the Wu-Tang Clan..."
Chicago has rapidly become the Mecca of hip-hop’s triple threat - the super producer-writer entertainer. No longer second to any metropolis, Chicago has launched this brand of superstar by giving us R. Kelly, Kanye West and now, the band, Qualo. Newly signed to Universal Motown, this quartet of hip-hop thoroughbreds has been hailed by the likes of XXL, Billboard Magazine, The Source, YRB, Complex magazine, the Chicago Sun-Times and even Playboy magazine!
Qualo, meaning "The Four.", consist of rapper-producers: Preast, Chicago Shawn, Optimyst and Shala Esquire. The four come together with an energy similar to the heydays of the hip hop super-group. This seldom-seen combination makes their musical reach wide and addictive. They have hooked up with WGCI-FM 107.5’s DJ Mike Love to become the Midwest mixtape kings, and have had their latest release "Believe" praised by critics around the nation. Bottomline: a definite franchise...
Preast delivers soul-touching, picturesque rhymes with a lyrical depth paralleled only by such greats as Pac, Nas, and Eminem. Chicago Shawn adds a stick of dynamite to the recipe with a high octane flow to match his intricate wordplay and introspective sentimentality. Adding fuel to the fire is Optimyst. Optimyst lends his distinguished wordplay, commanding the listeners’ attention. His compelling "prose" style verses possess a quality of simple sincerity and clarity; a kin to musical icons, Outkast. Shala Esquire adds a catchy, speech-style flow to the band engaging the listener in a one-way conversation and a humorous call to arms. A native Nigerian, Esquire is the proverbial glue, anchoring the Qualo sound. A renaissance man, in his own right, he is easily the next "Diddy"; as much as he hates and denies it.
Each of the members of Qualo contributes to the group’s production. From Esquire’s unique rock-inspired bangers, to Preasts’ cutting edge 80’s style fire, to Chicago Shawn’s sense of sound and Optimyst’s ear-snatching creativity, all four contribute to the Qualo sound - a unique blend of fierce rhyme techniques, sincere street narratives, infectious chants and catchy hooks, set to a backdrop of bass-heavy beats, soulful music, social awareness, and political satire.
"Qualo exhibits what most of the greatest bands of our time have often demonstrated; they seem to be totally oblivious of what the world of music is doing at any given time but it always manages to be hot and right on time".
While the music is an experience in itself, Qualo’s true essence can only be captured by seeing their live show. Qualo captivates the audience with a stage presence that is both exciting and inviting. They possess a synergy and presence rarely seen in this post-new school hip hop era. Whether you’re a "hip hop purist", a radio junkie, or a rap critic, if you put your ear to the street and listen closely, you’ll hear and be quickly entranced by "the hood’s heartbeat"...the Qualo sound.
After spending eight years in the army, Chicago native Torrence Burnett decided to give a career in music an earnest shot. Basing his operation in Ft. Worth, TX, Burnett made a name for himself as a songwriter and producer. Now, he’s stepping into his own as a singer under the name T. Riffic as he goes for adds with "Where Is He?" taken from his upcoming debut album, tentatively titled True Story. Says T. Riffic about taking his career to the next level, "It’s time for me to finish what I started. I have always been a man with so much to sing about, and now it’s time to sing about it!"
Stayin true to R&B’ is the term that suitably fits MD/DC songster GINA ROSE. With her distinctive, soulful voice, she easily grasps the attention of music lovers any and everywhere she is heard.
Taking the music scene in the Washington D.C. metro area by storm, she has performed at major area clubs and events such as Adams Morgan Day Festival, Mitchellville Largo Kettering Community Day, and Unifest, which draws nearly 400,000 people. In January 2006 she was featured in Hoodfellaz Magazine as well as the Podcast on https://www.tradebit.com. Recently her song "Never Felt This Way" was chosen to be in the independent film ’AFFECTED: THE AIDS PROJECT’ for BGM Inc., ’Films Of Zion’ in Los Angeles California.
Her single "GOT U GOT ME" featuring & produced by Plaboy-Chi (JIN former ’Ruff Ryder’, MTV) has been streaming heavily on Internet websites, the Producers on the Grind [P.O.G] Mix tape Vol. 2, soon to make crucial noise in the clubs and on the streets.
https://www.tradebit.com is 22 years of age. He is based out of New Jersey and sounds like Chris Brown, Neo...https://www.tradebit.com is a very good song writer and also great as a vocalist..
Tha Infantry (Double D, ROn Doe, P.C.) are from Tallahassee, FL. Coining their sound "Rydah Music", the in-house production is done by Double D and has a widespread appeal from dope boys to band nerds.
Bigg Reece has an old school feel to his voice, but as far as comparing his music to other artists; I’d have to say that he sounds like himself...pretty original!
Kareem is destined to be the next legend in the R&B genre. His sound has mass appeal and is laced with the kind of flavour and style that it takes for longevity in the entertainment world. Singing since the age of 5, Kareem has honed his craft to perfection. At the young age of 16, he has already become a multitalented singer, producer and songwriter. Kareem has even contributed to the production of his first two videos. Aganist the Wall I’M Just Chillin Most recently Kareem has discovered his flow as a rapper. This young man can simply do it all. He has already completed 225 songs in his 32 track digital studio and has committed to a daily goal of completing one song a day. Kareem has a strong dedicated fan base in Brooklyn and Staten Island, Alabama , South.C ,Flordia and he is often featured on WWRL 1600 am on Friday’s. He is part of the 12pm-2pm rotation. The frequent airplay has given Kareem a great fan base and contributed to this unsigned artist selling over 10,000 cd’s out of the trunk of his dad’s car in 2003 and over 8,000 to date for 2005. WATCH HIS HOT VIDEOS ON EVERY CD YOU BUY. GOD BLESS.... Knowing that it takes hard work to succeed, Kareem spends his summers participating in various showcase events. He performed for an audience of over 3200 people at the 2004 summer stage festival in Harlem. More recently performing in front of over 7000 fans, Kareem simply tore the roof off of the Manhattan Center at the 2004 Wednesday summer showcase. ALSO AT THE BOUTWELL AUDITIORIUM IN ALABAMA OPENING UP FOR B5 DOIN WHAT HE DOES BEST OVER 5,500O SCREAMING FANS. Kareem has been given open invites to come and open showcases at Downtime, Cotton Club and the Soul CafõdThe list goes on. Once this young man performs, everyone wants him to come back. He is sensational. Being the son of former recording artist Supreme, Kareem has been passed the torch and is running with it. He is on fire! Kareem is ready for stardom. The buzz is on and people are listening. Kareem is hot!
Preech-Man - the first rapper on crutches. Preech-Man is lyrcally been compared to the likes of Big L, Beini Seigal,Biggie Small, all rolled in one. His Music is hard but yet straight to the point. His music can be enjoyed whether your a thug or pastor. His music is universal.
Grand Daddy I.U.:
HIP HOP VET WITH OVER 10 YEARS EXPERIENCE AS A RAPPER AND PRODUCER. LOTS OF OLD SCHOOL CLASSIC UNDER HIS BELT. HIS MUSIC IS HARD AND SMOOTH AT THE SAME TIME.
Up and coming artist from Brooklyn, NY. My influences are Big Daddy Kane, The Roots, A Tribe Called Quest, Common. I believe in good lyricism, but enjoy recording songs with a message, and good fun
Either if you have heard an album of his or not, everyone that’s into west coast rap knows the name Caz. The Californian rapper worked with pretty much every heavy hitter from the left coast and is now ready to drop his fourth album on Layzie Bone’s Mo Thug label.