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ESSER [01 Jul 2009|03:49pm]

esser is one of my favorite new artists. he's from the UK and his debut album is AMAZING! he recently sat down with Fader and answered some questions for him. he is so charming!

if you havent heard of him yet, Check Esser out on Myspace!

Check Out Dizzee Rascal! Live at Webster Hall [09 Jun 2008|01:30pm]


Free Online Mixtape w/ Dizzee Rascal, Robert Pollard, Islands, BJM, Chris Walla, Del, Rakim & more! [31 Mar 2008|10:48pm]



GhettoblasterMagazine.com is proud to announce the latest installment of our free online mixtapes series. Complete with jewel case artwork, Mixtape 5.0 includes new music from The Mobius Band, Firewater, Islands, Living Legends, Brian Jonestown Massacre, Unwed Sailor, Chris Walla, Midnight Movies, Del the Funky Homosapien, Dizzee Rascal, Robert Pollard, Rakim ft. Riney White and many more. Download it here.

Complete Tracklisting includes:
1. Robert Pollard - Gratification To Concrete
2. The Cops - Modern Black Flats
3. The Plastic Constellations - Stay That Way
4. Fire On Fire - Hangman
5. Living Legends - She Wants Me
6. Dizzee Rascal - Featuring UGK - Where Da G's
7. Islands - The Arm
8. Midnight Movies - Should Have Known
9. The Brian Jonestown Massacre - Golden – Frost
10. Tremor - Viajante
11. Firewater - Borneo
12. Unwed Sailor - The Garden
13. Mobius Band - A Hint of Blood
14. Chris Walla - Sing Again
15. Del The Funky Homosapien - Bubble Pro
16. Rakim - It's Nothing

New video by River Nelson! [29 Mar 2008|10:25pm]

River Nelson’s new music video for the song Beautiful Life can be finally seen on YouTube!

"The song "Beautiful Life" is about noticing the beauty in every day life..... The small things...like friends, nature, love, family. It’s a song that reminds us that life isn’t that bad and if you make a slight effort, you’ll be able to see beauty all around you." - said River about the song.

Listen to music from new artist Felony then vote on his next single! [04 Mar 2008|10:00pm]

Check out music by new artist Felony by clicking on any of the songs in the playlist below. If you like any of them, then vote on his next single!

Vote here!

You can also vote on IMEEM by clicking here!
Vote on Imeem!

New song by River Nelson! [21 Feb 2008|02:03pm]

A new song, Beautiful Life has just got uploaded to Brooklyn-based hip-hop artist River Nelson's MySpace profile!
The song was produced by well-known producer Lewis Parker (who has worked with artists like Wu Tang Clan's GhostFace Killah). Feel free to listen to it and send your feedback.

RIVER NELSON news! [01 Feb 2008|02:37pm]


Brooklyn based MC, River Nelson is about to release his forthcoming album: The Rise and Fall of River Nelson this year.

River began his recording career back in the early 90's when he joined up with The Boogiemonsters collaborative and was featured on The Boogiemonster's first classic album: Riders Of The Storm: The Under Water Album. For the past several years, he has gained much love and respect from playing the NYC underground circuit as well as performing around the US and overseas, with the likes of Talib Kweli, Common, Peoples Army, WordsWorth and more.

With songs already receiving UK airplay, The Rise and Fall of River Nelson will be released by London based record company, The World of Dusty Vinyl, and it will be produced by famed MC/producer Lewis Parker. Lewis earned himself a well-respected global reputation releasing several critically acclaimed albums while producing for a number of different artists, most recently Wu Tang Clan’s GhostFace Killah.

The album, The Rise and Fall of River Nelson paints a picture of the daily triumphs, failures, wins and losses River encounters trying to grow and be successful. The constant rises and falls of every day life. Many songs on the album speak about daily life struggle, but intend to sound hopeful as well. They both wanted to make a Hip-Hop album that made people feel good. Not make happy music, but to create feelings of emotion and hope, this was both the lyrical and the musical approach. The album features guest appearances from Dynas, Jacky Danz, Lil Panama and old crew member Vex Davortex of The Boogiemonsters, with full production from The Man with the Golden Sound: Lewis Parker.

RIVER NELSON is also featured on a mixtape "Welcome to the canteen" released by Canteen Records. The song "There" featuring him and Lewis Parker can be downloaded from the record labels website: http://www.canteenrecords.com/NEWS.htm

For more information:


[03 Nov 2006|11:25am]

Hip Hop EMC Recordings Contest
Enter Here http://www.isound.com/contests/?c=54
Enter By November 15th
3 winners will get all of the following from EMC Recordings:

Underground Disciples Vol 1, Chante - s/t

Ruger - The Commencent

New Stuff [23 Apr 2006|05:02pm]


- Mic Levy- Catch Vigour.

Special INSTORE Performance by One Self & DJ Vadim - FRIDAY [19 Apr 2006|10:03pm]



safe. [25 Mar 2006|01:58pm]

Just joined.

Thought i'd say safe to everyone and if you get a chance check out my stuff.



1 fucking chief
Free music, sorted by sample song and album [18 Feb 2006|10:19am]

I post music on the regular like this on my journal; I just don't have time to post to the communities like this often. Feel free to add if you'd like. Every once in a while I come to post on the community board, but not often.

Song: Live Medley by Sam Cooke
Album: Live at the Copa by Sam Cooke

Song: Watermelon Man by Herbie Hancock
Album: Headhunters by Herbie Hancock

Song: Bengali by Amjad Ali Khan
Album: Live on BBC by Amjad Ali Khan

Song: To Z (Repeat) by From Monument to Masses
Album: Impossible Leap in One Hundred
Simple Steps by From Monument to Masses

Song: Message from the Source by Ultramagnetic MCs
Album: B-Sides by Ultramagnetic MCs

Song: Hellohihey by Lifesavas
Album: Spirit in Stone by Lifesavas

Song: (none since album is only two songs anyway)
Album: Jewel in the Lotus by Bennie Maupin

2 fucking chiefs
aussie [15 Feb 2006|04:06pm]

[ mood | contemplative ]

hey people
haven't been on here in quite a while, but now i got sum free time on my hands i gotts ask the question. as anyone seen jehst or braintax live, if so, plz tell me about it. i'm coming over to the uk this is one of the things i have to do! also when the fuck are they gonna come to australia? they have quite a following over here, especially in queensland.
hit me back

2 fucking chiefs
MUSIC TO END THE YEAR WITH [30 Dec 2005|12:22pm]

Here's a little free music to end the year with. Hope you all have a wonderful things in store for 2006.

In case you like these, I post free mp3s for the taking about three to four times a week on my personal journal. Enjoy!

Here's a little free music to end the year with. Hope you all have a wonderful things in store for 2006.

In case you like these, I post free mp3s for the taking about three to four times a week on my personal journal. Enjoy!

What a Wonderful Thing Love is by Al Green
A Time for Us by Joe Pass
Brother by Emilio Santiago
Mystic Brew by Ronnie Foster
Let Me Back In by Jesse Anderson

Brave New World by The Foreign Exchange
Tom's Diner by Dangermous
Tried by 12 by East Flatbush Project
Allure (Pete Rock Remix) by Jay Z
Stakes is High (DJ Spinna Remix) by De La Soul

1 fucking chief
[04 Dec 2005|07:24pm]

New member, nice taste everyone.

2 fucking chiefs
Hello [17 Nov 2005|07:05pm]

I was wondering if anyone here would like to take my Roots manuva cd (awfully deep) off my hands as I've copied it onto the pc (so played once or twice) and only really liked two songs on it anyway... Make an offer if your interested and sorry if this is not aloud on here:(

FREE HIP HOP, SOUL, JAZZ, FUNK MP3S ANYONE? [14 Nov 2005|04:08am]

Thought you guys might be interested that I'm turning my journal into a mp3 blog w/ posts on a semi-daily basis. Genres featured will mostly be hip hop, jazz, funk, R&B, and soul. Sometimes rock, spoken word, blues, and early 20s Black music will be featured as well. Also, once a week, I'll post a hip hop video from the 80s and 90s since I have a large collection of them.

You can check out my last three posts and see if the music suits you. Remember that each posts will contain *at least* mp3s in soul, jazz, funk and hip hop. More to come. Enjoy, share, and spread the word.

Leave feedback to let me know what you would like to see more of too. Requests are welcome.

[06 Nov 2005|05:45pm]

Fatlip and Humpty Hump spiting rhymes together on "The Loneliest Punk"!! Anyone hear anything about Fatlip's (from the Pharcyde) new album?? I've heard nothing but good things about this, it sounds tight! "Writer's Block" is available on iTunes now!

3 fucking chiefs
[02 Nov 2005|11:42am]

hey guys! I am new here. I am a big fan of teh hip hop movement in the US. I wonder how it is progressing over in the UK? Also has anyone read Make It Happen by Kevin Liles? It is a great depiction of the hip hop culture and how it is reshaping this generation.

Seen this? its fun! [08 Aug 2005|10:30pm]

[ mood | drunk ]


It's got some nice tunes.


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