Check out 50cent’s“This Is Murder Not Music” Remix, with Young Buck added to it, produced by BrownBagAllastars‘ Audible Doctor, for 50cent. Audible Doctor is another member of BBAS who will be blessing the stage on January 27th at the 20 Yr Anniversary of ORGANIZED KONFUSION’s critically acclaimed album “STRESS: The Extinction Agenda”.
Murder, indeed. This beat is a ‘Kraken’, so I guess the MC’s spittin’ on the track are Perseus? … I don’t know where that metaphor is going, but what I’m trying to say is, this track bumps! So bump that shit, lol.
â€œRhett Committed Murderâ€, off the Brown Bag AllStars‘ EP, Brown Label 2., produced by DJ Rhettmattic. Video directed by Alex F. Ghassan.
Soul Khan’s 8th music video is the title track from the Wellstone EP, available for free download on DJ Booth. The last couple of songs I heard from Soul Khan had no beat. The music just played with no drums and the rhythm of his words kept me entertained for over 3 minutes. This time around he is flexing over a dope track with a beautifully sung chorus from Akie Bermiss. This song illustrates what sometimes Hip Hop does best: politics and social commentary. Fight the power.
This is from “High Rollers NYC presents: High Rollers Genus #1 ft. The Audible Doctor”. The Audible Doctor explains his musical childhood (piano lessons, singing in choir, etc), how he got into music production and shows us some of his techniques. He chops up some samples, lays drums and puts a track together right in front of us. This is one for our “Tech Squad” section. But The Audible Doc also talks about making music with BrownBagAllStars (BBAS) and there are some clips of a BBAS video at the end. Enjoy!
Sometimes you see a recognizable name who is buzzin’ right now (i.e. Royce) featured on someone’s record, so you give it a second glance. Other times it’s a known producer who always brings heat (Marco Polo), so no matter who is on the record you are going to check it out. Or maybe it’s a certain crew known for bringin’ the ruckus (Brown Bag AllStars) that’s associated with the project that has your attention. Koncept doesn’t really need all that, but the fact that he has all of it should tell you that there’s a reason why. A reason why his crew is known, a reason why he respects good producers and they respect him back, a reason why he can collab with the best of MC’s because like minds think alike and real recognize real talent.