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SHABAAM SAHDEEQ – “SKILLET” (Prod. by DJ READY CEE)

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SHABAAM SAHDEEQ – “SKILLET” (Prod. by DJ READY CEE) 

Shabaam Sahdeeq cooks on this aptly titled DJ Ready Cee track. I have been a Shabam Sahdeeq supporter ever since his Rawkus days and lately, he has reignited his career with bangers like this one. His last LP Keepers of the Lost Art was a classic and I see he has no plans of slowing up. The flame is turned up real high on this one. Salute.

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MCMI presents: the marXman ‘DAYS OF FUTURE PAST’ [Free Download)

MCMIreport.com & MCMI Records presents:

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MCMI releases hip hop project with the MarXman and announces Fall indie tour of Western Europe.

mxm-dofp-cover-front570webThe MarXman in collaboration with MCMI releases Days of Future Past, a musical journey from the Golden Age of Hip Hop into the unknown future. 

Days of Future Past is an alternate universe, a re-imagining of hip hop reality through the eyes of a poet. The MarXman eloquently conveys the story of a displaced artist finding his own sound in the main stream of consciousness.

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The album commences with a sound byte from the classic cartoon X-men: The Animated Series, depicting an apocalyptic era following the “assassination of the90s.” All 15 tracks are written and performed by the MarXman with the exception of “Where I’ll Be” featuring King Chung and “Beautiful Struggle featuring Sheena O. Murray.

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Each song is infused with the MarXman’s lyrical experience, blending R&B melodies with memorable “golden era” instrumentation. Listeners are challenged to rethink their inner most desires in “T.P.I.R.” a sample from the game show The Price Is Right. Buckshot of Black Moon’s “I Got Cha Opin” is remixed into a tribute to the nightlife in “Me & My Crew.” “Off the Ground” and “Take A Flight” directly refer to the MarXman’s upcoming solo independent tour of Western Europe in the Fall, advocating the need to soar over your comfort zone to follow your dreams.

Days of Future Past can be found on MCMIreport.com, or downloaded directly from MCMI.BandCamp.com


For more about the MarXman’s European Tour, go to http://www.gofund.me/theMarXman.

MarXman-Bio-pic-1More about The MarXman: The MarXman is a 13 year stage performer who hit the NYC scene as a spoken word artist. In 2008 he plunged into the party scene and released his first music project the NeXt: the MiXtape in 2010. As an event planner he seeks to uplift the artistic integrity of mainstream culture, starting with New York City.

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Audible Doctor Feat. Guilty Simpson “Leave Me Alone”

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Check out this new single, Audible Doctor Feat. Guilty Simpson, “Leave Me Alone”, off “Can’t Keep The People Waiting” EP. Audible Doctor is one member of the Brown Bag Allstars, which includes MC’s, DJ’s and Producers who met and formed their crew around the time they were all working at Fatbeats Records Store NYC.

Guilty Simpson comes off strong over Audible Doc’s beat. But Doc get’s busy as well, proving his skills on the mic as well as behind the boards. For more info, check him at audibledoctor.com and check out his appearance on  MCMI RADIO: Real Hip Hop. Real Talk, as well as some of his other releases:

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Aspects ft Raekwon, Killah Priest & Armageddon – Wulocks (Prod by Snowgoons) [Video]

unnamed-6Wulocks” is the first single by Aspects ft Raekwon, Killah Priest & Armageddon off of Aspect’s debut album Grind Over Matter, produced by the Snowgoons.

The album drops August 29th, on Goon Music and features Young Buck, Raekwon & Ghostface, Mopreme Shakur (Tupac’s brother), Bizzy Bone, Spice 1, Madchild of the Swollen Members, M.O.P. and Sheek Louch of The L.O.X.

The animated video for Wulocks is dope!

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MCMI Report: Keith ‘WildChild’ Middleton – Transitions (Interview)

MCMI’s own Keith ‘WildChild’ Middleton (STOMP/HYDRA/ThePLAGUE) gives us an exclusive interview on the set of his video shoot for his song “Feels Good”!

Keith MCMI LogoEven though he is a my brother from another mother and fellow recording artist on MCMI Records, it is hard to catch up with Keith ‘WildChild’ Middleton these days!! When he is in New York, he is locked in the studio, creating, recording, mixing almost 24/7. Between back and forth trips to Japan to promote his album, video and photo shoots – the man stays busy! So at a recent video shoot for his song “Feels Good,” off of his upcoming album “TRANSITIONS“, I asked him some questions, to give the fans some info on his music, his life and his new project. Here is a snippet of it. Click “Read More” to go to the full interview.

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GMS: Most people know you from STOMP, the musical, producing and rapping for HYDRA and The PLAGUE, but you are working on this incredible Spoken Word album now, that many people did not even know about. How did that come about?

Keith: I always kept my poetry on the low. It’s private. I had played with blending it with my original music for years with aspirations of completing an album but never went further than the thought. Jan 15th 2008 12:15pm was the car wreck that became the game changer. From my Hospital bed I vowed to complete my album and live my life to the fullest! Thank Goodness for the second chance.

GMS: This album is being simultaneously released in the US and overseas in Japan. You’ve been getting a lot of support from Japanese radio and been doing performances in Japan. How did you develop your Japanese audience?

Keith: A great friend of mine / manager in Japan, Ayumi Hoshikawa, has been instrumental in introducing me to radio stations, musicians, venues, festivals and just good people in general. She’s awesome.

GMS: Having been an MC and cast member of STOMP for many years, you are no stranger to the stage or the mic, but this time you are performing your poetry. Does it feel different? How does that compare with your past experiences?

Keith: It’s more frightening because in STOMP there are no words and it’s an ensemble. Now it’s just me sharing my truths. So I am literally exposed and leaving myself open. (more…)