This is the new single “Charly Murphie” by the super group eMC, which if you still don’t know consists of Masta Ace, Wordsworth, Punchline and Striklin, from their upcoming EP “The Turning Point” ….. available for pre-order May 6th, on M3 Records.
FRIDAY June 8, 2012 & FRIDAY June 15, 2012
Ep 1 – “LYRICIST LOUNGE” & Ep 2 “T.R.O.Y” ARCHIVES
Over here at MCMI, we have been cooking up things behind the scenes, getting ready to hit you with a lot of developments and music over the summer. Last week, we launched MCMI RADIO, our Online Hip Hop Talk Show. The show airs live on Fridays between 9 – 10pm, but as soon as the show is done it is archived and available for playback, embedding, downloading, etc. so it becomes a podcast after that.
On the show you will hear from the characters at MCMI (GMS, LR BLITZKRIEG, PH, PACKFM, MrMECC, etc), plus special guests each week, talking about music and events that are up on MCMIreport.com and any interesting Hip Hop related news that week. We usually disagree, argue, and fight about everything, so we present many sides to an argument, each week. You also get hit with some great music that you don’t hear on mainstream radio much, so tune in for that as well.
If you missed last weeks MCMI RADIO (Ep 1), you can listen to it here.
We talked about the LYRICIST LOUNGE 20 Year Reunion show we had all been to, a Jean Grae show, and we played some ShaStimuli, Punchline, Words, Masta Ace, Strickland, Fara Burns, Kendrik Lamar and DMP.
TONIGHT’S TOPIC: After the dust has settled, who was wrong, Lupe Fiasco for the T.R.O.Y beat, or Pete Rock for being too sensitive?
*UPDATE: Here is episode 2, in the player below. Tune in next Friday @ 9pm for the next installment, where we will be interviewing PackFM about his new CD, his experiment with stand-up comedy and more…
Check out the new song “KABOOM” featuring Strickland, Masta Ace and Wordsworth,Â off Â Punchline & DJ Soulclap’s album Underground Superstar, which just dropped last Tuesday (May 8th). The video for the first single and title track “Underground Superstar” came out in March. Check that out below and show love by copping the album on iTunes.
“COLD WORD” – Single off the album LOST IN NEW YORK, by producer Grand Papa Tra.
SADAT X’s original delivery will never get old. He is just classic! Joined by Nutso and Punchline on this track by producer Grand Papa Tra. Production is tight, although the hook can’t compare to theÂ GZA joint. No offense, but y’alls’ singing on the chorus aint messin’ with D’eangelo’s. Â (That’s right I said “y’alls” – poetic license dammit!). That’s my constructive criticism.Â Beats and rhymes is tight though.
I first heard SeÃ±or Kaos while working on the PH mixtape MY ERA: No Skinny Jeans Allowed, at DJ HAZE’s studio in Staten Island. I was helping PH mix and recording my verse for Runnin‘ (remake of the Pharcyde song). One track on the mixtape featured a SeÃ±or Kaos (“Flava In Your Ear” remake, also ft. Punchline & 4-Ize). I liked his flow and asked PH about him. “Oh yeah, that’s my boy. He’s nice.” Well, of course (duh) why wouldn’t he be? He’s on your mixtape. Cool.
So, fast forward to now, I came across this on fam Sucio Smash’s site, HighWaterIsMusic. The video is called “No More“. The intro is a take on the Dos Equis beer commercials with “the most interesting man in the world”, which are hilarious. It’s dated June 16th, but things go up on blogs so fast these days, within a few hours they are pushed off the page and hell, if I missed it, maybe so did you. Dope song, entertaining video, funny concept, cool dude, with flow.Â Or to quote The Smoking Section,Â â€œLearn the name. Remember the face. This man deserves respect.â€
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