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DJ GMS: The LOVE IS Mixtape (Stream + Download)


Last year MCMI Records dropped the HYDRA song “Love Is …” right before Valentine’s Day. The song “Love Is …”, produced by Keith “WildChild” Middleton, is a celebration of the Love of Hip Hop and a challenge to any rappers who do this for the money, without a true Love for the art.

Now in 2014, on Valentine’s Day, we present yo you … “The LOVE IS Mixtape”, mixed by DJ GMS, with a special intro from LR Blitzkrieg and testimonials from Masta Ace, Torae, Sha Stimuli, PackFM, Substantial, Chordz Cordero, Rich Medina, DP One, WildChild and many more, talking about what Hip Hop means to them.

GMS DJ picThis 80 minute continuous blend of amazing music is a tribute to all the Hip Hop songs that celebrate Love of music, Love of the culture, Love of being in the studio, and Love of making something special for the people!

There are so many great artists on this CD, from The ROOTS, to SLUM VILLAGE, TORAE, MASTA ACE, BUSTA RHYMES, COMMON, MOS DEF, NAS, SCARFACE, ATCQ, ERYKAH BADU, SOUL PURPOSE, PHAROAHE MONCH, SNOOP, Dr. DRE, DE LA SOUL …  the list goes on and on. And of course, HYDRA!

So the next time you are in the mood for some “Love & Hip Hop”, put down the TV remote and put on “The LOVE IS Mixtape” - absolutely, 100% FREE!!! If you want to support, show your Love by coming to an event, copping a Tee or Sweatshirt off MCMIapparel.com, or other music on MCMI Records.

The Love Is Mixtape Back Cover

Stream as one continuous track on MixCloud
Stream + Download from BandCamp

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“TWELVE” ft. HYDRA (GMS, LR Blitzkrieg, WildChild) & DOMINION (PackFM, Substantial, MrMecc)

MCMI Records x QN5 Music present …

“TWELVE”, a joint venture between MCMI Records and QN5 Music, features DOMINION (PackFM, Substantial, MrMecc) and HYDRA (GMS, LR Blitzkrieg, WildChild), who met 12 years ago and joined forces as part of the Hip hop crew
The Plague (-aka- “Army of the 12″).
The dark WildChild produced track sees each artist kicking 12 bar verses,
was recorded on 12/12/12 and is now released on 12/21/12. The track is exactly 4:35 in length (4+3+5= 12).
Now it’s time for you to download this track for 12 dimes (suggested donation, you can DL it for free if you want), listen to it 12 times and pass it along to 12 of your friends!
Any support is appreciated, whether monetary or spreading the word!
Stream + Download: “TWELVE” ft. Hydra x Dominion

* More music from The PLAGUE on the way!

MCMI RADIO: Real Hip Hop. Real Talk. “Best of …” (Ep 8)

MCMI RADIO LOGOReal Hip Hop. Real Talk.

Previous                     Ep 8 – “Best of MCMI RADIO”                    Archives
FRIDAY August 10, 2012

Hosted by GMS
Co-hosted by LR Blitzkrieg

MCMI RADIO Ep 8 Photostrip

GMS, Blitzkrieg, PackFM, WordsWorth, Substantial, Poison Pen

Photos & Description after the jump.


PackFM + MrMecc & GMS @ Rocksteady 35th Anniversary (Photos)

PackFM with GMS, Mecca and friends

Waitin’ for the video footage to be edited, but in the meantime, check these awesome pics sent to us by Bryan at The Bee Shine, Photo Rob and Robert Adam Mayer. Good looks, homies. For more pics of everyone that day, visit Mugs.smuggmuggs.com and check out TheBeeShine.com for artist interviews about what inspires them. Shout out to Rock Steady Crew and Crazy Legs, who just turned 46 and is still battling breakers and spreading the art of breakin’ to younger generations.

PackFM with GMS Mecca and friends

Follow:  @PackFM | @MrMecc | @GMS_MCMI | @CrazyLegsRSC | @MCMIreport

P.T.A: Busta Rhymes + L.O.N.S (Reunion) @ BKHHF

Shout out to BrooklynBodega for another great Brooklyn Hip Hop Festival this year. BKHHF #8 was a smashing success all week and the grand finale on Saturday at Pier 3 in Brooklyn was phenomenal. We had an MCMI Booth, so we were technically working, but at the same time we are huge Busta Rhymes fans who grew up listening to Leaders of the New School and watched Busta’s solo career blossom after that. GMS & PackFM @ BKHHF 2012There were about 2,000 fans in front of the stage (from the video it could be at a backyard barbeque, cause it’s so close up), hands in the air the entire time L.O.N.S was onstage. I mean, Busta was ripping his solo material as you would expect him to. Bucktown crowd favorites Smif N Wesson and Buckshot did How Many MC’s and Sound Boy Burial to the people’s delight. Lil Fame of M.O.P also brought mad energy to the stage when they performed the classic Ante Up and Ante Up Remix. Those are hometown heros. Reek Da Villain did his thing as well. Everyone went wild when Busta brought out the man who “started all this type of pimpin’” (referring to the Fort Knox amount of gold he had around his neck), the legendary Slick Rick (who came out with more gold on that Busta). I’m going to post those performances later. But when Charlie Brown and Dinco D  hit the stage and rocked that was truly incredible.

“This is the first time in 19 years … me and Dinco … me and C Boogie Brown … my whole shit started with these two dudes right here. We wrote every song that y’all fell in love with us for in Brown’s crib adn Dinco’s crib…”

You can hear on the video that the person in charge of the venue and the stage is trying to shut the show down. Hear him saying “3 minutes … 3 minutes“? Busta warned him “Don’t violate …”

After they rocked P.T.A, they did Scenario (click for video) in entirety, with ATCQ (including Pfife), which clearly went over 3 minutes (the show was already 20 minutes overtime). Finally the soundcrew faded Busta’s mic when he tried to squeeze in an extra couple of joints after that. Even once his mic was off, he did the “Arab Money” dance while the crowd sang the lyrics. But it didn’t matter. The main event – Leaders of the New School reunion – had taken place, and we were all there to witness a moment in Hip Hop history.

More: SCENARIO: Busta Rhymes, L.O.N.S & ATCQ @ Brooklyn Hip Hop Fest