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DJ JS-1 (feat. Murs & Fashawn) – “Whatever It Takes” (It Is What It Isn’t LP)

DJ JS-1 (feat. Murs & Fashawn) - "Whatever It Takes" (It Is What It Isn't LP)


DJ JS-1 has been dropping bangin’ singles from his It Is What It Isn’t LP. First he drops the “Turn The Tables” joint featuring O.C. and now this. Ever the genius of sardonic album titles (and of course, um … turntablism!) his songs are both head-nodding and thought provoking.

It-Is-What-It-IsntProducing both the beats and the scratches on his projects JS-1 collars with a plethora of ill MC’s including KRS-One, O.C, Ras Kass, The Artifacts, Buckshot, Ill Bill, Erick Sermon, Homeboy Sandman, Wordsworth, Fashawn, Torae, Breez Evahflowin’, PackFM, Ruste Juxx, Sadat X and Kyle Rapps, just to name a few! (No really there’s more.) Peep the tracklist for the complete list and then stream or support by buying the album with the links below.


01. Turn the Tables (feat. O.C.) DJBooth.net Premiere 
02. It Is What It Isn’t (feat. Blacastan, Illa Ghee &Trez) 
03. 110 Percent (feat. Breez Brewin, Homeboy Sandman & Kyle Rapps) 
04. Give A Damn (feat. Dynasty, Eternia & Sara Kana) 
05. Forgotten (feat. Spit Gemz, Wes & Nutso) 
06. Pay Attention (feat. Soul Khan) 
07. Interference (feat. Esoteric & Ras Kass) 
08. Letchuknow (feat. Strick & Eklips) 
09. Whatever It Takes (feat Murs & Fashawn) 
10. Higher Level (feat. Brother J & Professor X) 
11. DieHard (feat. Erick Sermon, Rahzel & Buckshot) 
12. Klick Clique (feat. KRS-One & Torae) 
13. Groom Lake (feat. C Rayz Walz) 
14. Show Shockin’ (feat. El Da Sensei, Tame One & Reef the Lost Cauze) 
15. Infinite (feat. Ruste Juxx & Sav Killz) 
16. Profreshionals (feat. Ill Bill & Slaine) 
17. Love Me Not (feat. Kurious, Craig G & Smooth B) 
18. My Neighborhood (feat. Pack FM) 
19. Soo Real (feat. Rasheed Chappell & Wordsworth) 
20. Sample Abuser (feat. AG, Sadat X & Neek the Exotic) 
21. STCAF (feat. Lordroc, Eternal, Melo Malo, Lifelong, Truth & Cerebral)

STREAM: “Whatever It Takes” – SoundCloud • AudioMack

ALBUM: It Is What It Isn’t – iTunes • Fat Beats • UGHH

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KOSHA DILLZ: Tupac Gone Fishing + Awkward In A Good Way [Video + Album]

You might have to watch this video a few times to understand what’s going on, with guest appearance by ‘Tupac’ (no holo’!), but Tupac Gone Fishing is just Kosha being Kosha.  This is off the brand new album “Awkward In A Good Way”. One thing I know about Kosha Dillz, from the man himself, is that he is always been “so comfortable being uncomfortable.” That’s why the album’s title is so appropriate.

The Israeli-American, obviously (from the name) Jewish rapper, has always done his own thing, oblivious to fads and trends. He has always kept it true to himself, whether in a cipher in the park, at the B.E.T Cypher or on tour with the RZA and U-God of the Wu-Tang Clan. At times he can be humorous and playful, at others dead serious, but he always tells stories of his own life, his culture, the triumphs and struggles of ‘everyman’.

“The title was really pushed on me by Murs,” Kosha explains, “He told me that people will take me seriously once I realize that I’m never going to fit in, and that’s ok.” This album is actually released through Murs’ own label, Murs 316.

kosha dillz awkwardIf you have heard any of his music, seen his zany DIY videos, or caught him performing live, possibly rhyming in English, Spanish and Hebrew at the same time, you know that Dillz has created his own lane. As much at home in New Jersey, California or France and as comfortable freestyling with A$AP Rcoky, C-Rayz Walz or Hasidic rapper Matisyahu, Kosha Dillz is always certain to do one thing: entertain.

“Awkward In A Good Way” is produced entirely by one producer, Belief. According to Kosha, “Creatively, Belief evokes a certain emotion in his production that embraces my awkwardness, in a way that no other producer has really captured.”

The beat to Tupac Gone Fishing is definitely knocking’. To preview the rest of the album, you can listen to a free stream on Billboard. Then head on over to iTunes.

To learn more about Kosha Dillz, check his videos, albums, mercy and even play Space Invaders, hit up KoshaDillzWorld.com


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MURS, “WHAT UP THO” prod. by 9th Wonder [VIDEO]

Foooood fiiiight!! LOL! I challenge you to watch it without cracking as Murs gets splattered with food. The track is New York boom bap. The video is straight clowning as Murs smacks people in the face with spoons of mashed potatoes!

Purchase The Final Adventure at http://smarturl.it/TheFinalAdventure
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Murs & Fashawn “Just Begun” Live Performance Video

Cali emcees Murs and Fashawn present video of a live performance of “Just Begun”, a song from their forthcoming collaboration album This Generation, dropping September 25 on Duck Down. Murs recently dropped visuals for “Animal Style” (watch here), from his recent album Love & Rockets Vol. 1: The Transformation, produced largely by Ski Beatz, the producer behind classic records for Jay-Z, Mos Def and more. Murs’ most recent release is Yumiko: Curse Of The Merch Girl, his album and graphic novel collaboration with Josh Blaylock. He recently curated Through The Mic, the Los Angeles County Museum of Art‘s first-ever hip-hop concert series, and this year’s installment of his annual Paid Dues festival featured Wu-Tang Clan, Odd Future, Kendrick Lamar and many more.

pre-order This Generation on iTunes at http://itunes.apple.com/us/preorder/this-generation/id552424173

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MURS, “ANIMAL STYLE” [VIDEO] (About coming out Gay)

This song and video tackles the subject the way a Hip Hop artist should – the art of storytelling. Murs does a great job with the lyrics and then the video compliments it perfectly. This story humanizes the situation and might help non-gay people empathize with the struggle of growing up with these types of feelings in a society that mostly does not accept it, although with videos like these that is slowly changing. Props to Murs for even wanting to talk about this and bring it to light. Straight people watching this get to walk in a gay teens’ shoes, while gay teens will hopefully see part of their story represented.

“I just felt it was crucial for some of us in the hip hop community to speak up on the issues of teen suicide, bullying, and the overall anti-homosexual sentiment that exist within hip hop culture.” – Murs

Also, check out the new look, sans dreads.

Buy Murs album LOVE & ROCKETS VOL 1 on iTunes.

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