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MCMI Report: JEAN GRAE – “What You Came For” for MARVEL’s BLACK PANTHER

JEAN GRAE – “What You Came For” for MARVEL’s BLACK PANTHER

JEAN GRAE - "What You Came For" for MARVEL's BLACK PANTHER

Everything about this story is awesome! First, Marvel has revived the Black Panther comic, with a storyline called “A Nation Under Our Feet”. They then decide to promote the ‘new‘ comic series with a video series, narrated by the comic’s writer, esteemed author and political journalist Ta-Nehisi Coates (the book is drawn by Brian Stelfreeze. For the first two videos, Marvel enlisted Prodigy of Mobb Deep and Mark the Beast, and Run the Jewels.

JEAN GRAE - "What You Came For" for MARVEL's BLACK PANTHER

JEAN GRAE – “What You Came For” for MARVEL’s BLACK PANTHER

Now they have brought in Jean Grae (yes!), who contributes a new song, What You Came For to the third installment. Not only is the Black Panther project incredible, featuring real hip hop in the videos, but we have a new song from Jean (yay!), which you can hear below and purchase on her bandcamp.

When she is not creating music, touring or acting, you can find Jean Grae tweeting her 100,000+ followers on Twitter. Follow her @JeanGreasy.

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JEAN GRAE – “What You Came For” for MARVEL’s BLACK PANTHER

MCMI REPORT: BAD SEED “BELT OFF” (prod. NOTTZ) off Final Album COREYOGRAPHY]

BAD SEED “BELT OFF” (prod. NOTTZ)

BAD SEED - BELT OFF prod NOTTZ

The Bad Seed first leapt on the scene in the late 90′s as part of Makin’ Records roster, (which included the late great Pumpkinhead #ripPH). He released a few underground singles solo and with O.B.S (Seed, PH, Magnum P), with guest appearances by Jean Grae and others, but it was after he put out the phenomenal records he did with the producer NOTTZ, that Bad Seed started to garner acclaim and recognition as a major part of the East Coast Hip Hop movement. Those first few records included “Uhhnnh,” “Would You Luh Me?” and “For The Kids.”

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With placements on both Funk Flex’s “The Mix Tape, Vol. IV” in 2000 and DJ Kay Slay’s “The Streetsweeper Vol. 2″ in 2004, Seed continued to put out self-produced mixtapes, drop albums on independent labels and make recordings with the Plague, all of which gained him a strong rep for quality music. When his close friend Mims made a splash with the hit record “This Is Why I’m Hot,” in 2007, Seed went on tour with him, supporting him as hype man and opening act. This is how Seed was able to release several dope independent products over the years, keeping his name out there, putting in consistently good work.

Then couple of years ago, Bad Seed, also known as Corey Pierson started acting in some online and straight to DVD movies, which he then was inspired to also write and direct. You can check out two of his film projects the Book of Job web movie and Thin Black Line (about police brutality and corruption), which actually got a theatrical release in upstate NY.

In 2015, the passing of his long time friend and former musical collaborator, PH, inspired Corey to pick up his mic once again and finish his long awaited final Hip Hop album, Coreyography, executive produced by PH. The album has gems on it, including songs featuring PH, MIMS, MIC HANDZ, JERZEY and MR. SHA, with production by VES, TONE JONEZ, NY BANGERZ , MARCO POLO, DP, DR NO and WILL TELL, but first out of the gate is this banger produced by NOTTZ! 

Disrespect I won’t tolerate or deal with
Especially if them muthafuckers still kids
I ain’t ya age lil nigga go do ya homework
I was bangin when niggas was wearin long shirts
I was whylin when niggas was really on turfs
Yep, when snitchin get ya sister and ya mom murked
I ain’t ya peer lil nigga go get ya daddy
He dont wanna fight he talkin ’bout ADD ME
Puttin it out there
It is what it is
Tell shorty respect his elders cuz i beat people’s kids!

Being a seasoned veteran, Seed takes shots at the disrespectful, talent lacking, younger generation, not of MC’s or artists, but just kids in general these days. He let’s them know, if they get outta line, the belt is coming off!! Lol. Hardcore with a wry sense of humor is what Seed was always known for and this project does deliver.  Full Album set to drop July 8, 2016.

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BAD SEED “BELT OFF” (prod. NOTTZ)

MCMI Report: Jean Grae’s 3rd Holiday Album – Christmakwannuvuswaliyears

MCMI Report: Jean Grae’s 3rd Holiday Album – Christmakwannuvuswaliyears

MCMI Report: Jean Grae's 3rd Holiday Album - ChristmakwannuvuswaliyearsJean Grae returns with her 3rd holiday album, available EXCLUSIVELY at jeangrae.bandcamp.com on Christmas Day.

So what’s on there?

Christmas Jams? Yup. The Kwanzaa Song? Of course. A Festivus ditty? How could there not be? Belated Diwali wishes in the form of a song? Why are you even asking anymore questions? Global warming? SHUT UP! Finally have a song to dance to specifically for New Years? GTFOH. Yes, man.

MCMI Report: Jean Grae's 3rd Holiday Album - ChristmakwannuvuswaliyearsFeaturing special guests Quelle Chris and Don Will, you are warned NOT to play this at your parent’s house (unless you’re all smashed and just don’t give a —-!)

Check for the “White Christmas” video the SAME DAY and “The Kwanzaa Song” video on 12.26, because that’s when Kwanzaa starts.

Happy Holidays! And don’t say Jean Grae never gave you anything!

* Don’t forget to pick up #5 on iTunes.

MCMI Report: Jean Grae’s 3rd Holiday Album – Christmakwannuvuswaliyears

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Jean Grae on Comedy Central’s “Why with Hannibal Buress”

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July 29th, Jean Grae was the musical guest on Comedy Central’s “Why with Hannibal Buress“. She performed “Before The Summer Broke” live in front of the studio audience, backed by DJ Flying Lotus, along Ndidi O & Terrace Martin! The show also featured a segment where Buress asked people in Beverly Hills if they knew who Drake and Meek Mill were. Hilarity ensues.

Later, @JeanGreasy shared with her twitter followers:

Hannibal asked me to do “Before The Summer Broke” on Why? I sighed.REALLY hard song for me to perform, so I don’t usually. But I did. Tonite

It’s hard song to perform. I’ve only broken on 2 songs. That one and doing “U&Me” live. Sooo, you know. Watch Why? and see me being weird.

Watch the full episode here.

Jean Grae will be performing at SANTOS in NYC, Aug 5th, as part of the PH MEMORIAL TRIBUTE CONCERT, with IMMORTAL TECHNIQUE, PHAROAHE MONCHE, SEAN PRICE, SADAT X and other artists.
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Jean Grae Raises Awareness To Mandela’s Message (REVOLT TV)

Our favorite friendly neighborhood superhero Jean Grae is usually known for blazing lyrics or satirical, humorous videos, but this time she gets serious at MADIBA restaurant on Dekalb Ave in Ft Greene/Clinton Hill, talking about her background, her parents and the importance of learning from South Africa’s struggles and Nelson Mandela’s legacy and message. Don’t know what I’m talking about? “Go online, Google it,” as Jean tells us. Happy  95th Mandela! Can’t wait for more music from Jean Grae, who is looking “Pretty In Ink“, to quote my man PH, in the video.
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