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REDMAN & METHOD MAN at BB KING’s NYC


Last night Lyricist Lounge and Live and Direct collaborated to bring NYC an amazing show by two of the tri state areas best MC’S the blunt brothers themselves: Redman & Method Man. The sold out show at BB Kings in Times square was a time warp to the best of the 90’s and 2000 hip hop era when Red & Meth had the rap game in the palm of their hands. The duo breezed through hit after hit without missing a beat. The energy they gave the crowd came back to them ten fold as the audience recited every word of every song and engaged in call and response with the stars of the movie How High (Red promised a part 2 was on the way!). As the night went on guest appearances by Street Life, Masta Killa and Inspectah Deck who recited his hip hop quotable verse off triumph kept the crowd on their toes, but one of the highlights was Young Dirty Bastard. The first born son of ODB, as he channeled his dad effortlessly while performing “Shimmy Shimmy Ya!” to the crowds amazement.
With shows like this, the DipSet reunion concert that happened the night before and Lyricist Lounge next show: Capone-N-Noreaga “The War Report” 20 year anniversary concert on Tuesday, November 28th its safe to say that real Hip hop is alive and well in the streets of NYC.

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PROXY – LR BLITZKRIEG’s Debut Single / Video

PROXY – LR BLITZKRIEG’s Debut Single / Video
Produced by: Ness Lee
Directed by: LR Blitzkrieg / GMS / Keith “WildChild” Middleton
Filmed by: GMS / Ginni Giles
Edited by: Soul Mazonz

PROXY – LR BLITZKRIEG's Debut Single / Video

Photo by @SunnyWinters

Brooklyn emcee LR Blitzkrieg, CO-CEO of MCMI, 1/3 of Hydra and founder of the rap crew The Plague, is here with his first solo release “Proxy.” Produced by Atlanta MC/Producer Ness Lee, Proxy takes you on a journey of living life to the fullest. Through the lens of newfound fame and wealth, Blitz paints a picture of hip hop extravagance and classic fun, with a hook that starts off with a prayer:

“Now I lay me down to sleep
I pray the lord my soul to keep
And if I don’t die before I wake
When I wake up we gon’ spend all this cake!”

While he can still draw breath, LR Blitzkrieg is not only going to live each day as if it is his last, he will live it up for those who will never have the chance to. The song is a tribute and prayer for people like Michael Brown, Tamir Rice, Sandra Bland, Philando Castille as well as for Blitz’s lifelong friend and label mate Robert “PH” Diaz, all whose lives were cut short far too soon. Filmed in Las Vegas, in collaboration with HYDRA and friends and represents living your life to the fullest because you never know when your time is up.

PROXY is the first single and video off of LR Blitzkrieg’s debut solo Album Outta Nowhere, which will drop “outta nowhere” sometime soon!

You can download or stream the song from EVERYWHERE music is sold, including iTunes, Amazon, Spotify, Apple Music, Google Play, Tidal and Bandcamp. Leave a comment on youtube and let us know what you think of the song, the video and what it represents.

-MCMI

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PROXY – LR BLITZKRIEG’s Debut Single / Video

MCMI REPORT: JAY LONZO – Last Drop (Official Music Video)

MCMI Report: JAY LONZO – Last Drop (Official Music Video)

A little behind the scenes Hip Hop trivia – yours truly recorded Jay Lonzo’s first joint Double Zero at MCMI 500 Studios in Brooklyn 2 years ago. Since then he has been heating up, following his guest appearance at BARCLAY CENTER. You might recall his first video “Live from Brooklyn” we posted awhile back (find it here) or his freestyle for Team Backpack that got heavy spins.

MCMI REPORT: JAY LONZO - Last Drop (Official Music Video)

This latest video “Last Drop” from Brooklyn’s youngest in charge, was shot by EZRU, all over the streets of Brooklyn, with a moment or two at Stonebrown Studios, where he has been recording tracks for his future release It Takes a Village.

The video is tight. Jay rides the head-nodding beat perfectly, showing you how easily he can stretch a freestyle into a catchy video, “no ad libs, no hook” and keep you listening. Lonzo is just giving you a little glimpse into his life right now, but he does slip in some knowledge on Donald Trump and Colin Kaepernick in there, plus his dreams for the future.

It’s illogical to think that soon wouldn’t be me, everybody coppin’ tickets just to come and see me (and that’s the dream”

He also drops that his album is done (no Khaled), so expect that soon.

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MCMI Report: JAY LONZO – Last Drop (Official Music Video)

Shabaam Sahdeeq ft Milano Constantine & Planet Asia – Its A Must

Shabaam Sahdeeq ft Milano Constantine & Planet Asia – Its A Must

Shabaam Sahdeeq ft Milano Constantine & Planet Asia - Its A Must

​​Shabaam Sahdeeq ft Milano Constantine & Planet Asia – Its A Must is the second single from the Dotgotit 10th Anniversary mixtape is here courtesy of veteran BK emcee Shabaam Sahdeeq, who along with the G.C.M. general Planet Asia and D.I.T.C.’s Milano Constantine deliver a blistering anthem about the bottom line when it comes to getting yours titled “It’s A Must“. DJ Ready Cee provides the perfect hard chiseled soundscape for each heavyweight to shine on. This gem will also appear on Baam’s forthcoming project “Timeless“.

https://soundcloud.com/dotgotit/shabaam-sahdeeq-ft-planet-asia-milano-constantine-its-a-must-prod-by-dj-ready-cee-dotgotitcom-exclusive

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Shabaam Sahdeeq ft Milano Constantine & Planet Asia – Its A Must

MCMI REPORT: Talib Kweli – Heads Up Eyes Open ft. Rick Ross & Yummy

MCMI REPORT: Talib Kweli – Heads Up Eyes Open ft. Rick Ross & Yummy

MCMI REPORT: Talib Kweli - Heads Up Eyes Open ft. Rick Ross & Yummy

This just dropped on Javotti Media / 3D and it’s really dope. Talib Kweli and Rick Ross is not a duo you would expect to hear together on a record which makes you want to hear what they will each do on the song. I remember Yummy Bingham from one of my favorite De La Soul songs, Much More. Her hi-pitched vocals are infectious on this one as well. Video directed by SmithHouse, Talib Kweli had this to say about where the title and concept for the song came from 

“When I was on Rawkus, there was a guy working there named Headqcouterz, a good friend of DJ Premier, who’s spirit was so beautiful that he would brighten any room he would enter. He lost his life years ago, but there was one thing he used to say each and every time he said goodbye – Heads Up, Eyes Open. This phrase has stuck with me and become a guide thru my career and life. Produced by J. Rhodes, Heads Up, Eyes Open is a song dedicated to the memory of Headqcourterz. It is a song about how faith informs the way an artist moves and creates. It was a pleasure to be joined by Rick Ross and Yummy Bingham, two of my favorite artists.” – Talib Kweli

The song is from Talib Kweli’s upcoming album ‘Radio Silence’, which drops November 17. Pre-order the album now: http://smarturl.it/RadioSilence

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MCMI REPORT: Talib Kweli – Heads Up Eyes Open ft. Rick Ross & Yummy