Strange Famous Records

  • "GO GREEN" - Prolyphic & Buddy Peace [official video]
    The Working Man" album is available in all stores NOW! Exclusive SIGNED CD package deals and MP3 downloads at
    The digital version is also available on Bandcamp:

    On "Go Green", Prolyphic pulls back the curtain to examine the current trend of 'greenwashing' while exposing what really lies behind the facade; skewering opportunistic environmentalists and questioning the motives behind Big Business that poses as a friend-to-the-planet.

    Video directed by AUPHEUS. Vocals by Prolyphic, beat & scratches by Buddy Peace.

    The MP3 version and CD package deals are available at Strange Famous Records:
    Also available on iTunes:
    Prolyphics upcoming tour dates are at
    For more info and updates, visit:
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      Blaze dope!
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      Raydome 'Go Green' video directed by @aupheus is up for an award! Vote for it here via @Prolyphic
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  • B. Dolan - The Hunter
    Strange Famous' consigliare B. Dolan's sophomore LP: Fallen House, Sunken City produced entirely by ALIAS

    B. Dolan - Fallen House Sunken City(2010)
    1. Leaving New York
    2. 50 Ways to Bleed Your Customer
    3. Economy of World (Bail it Out)
    4. Earthmovers
    5. The Reptiian Agenda
    6. The Hunter
    7. Marvin
    8. Kitchen Sink
    9. Border Crossing
    10. Fall of T.R.O.Y. ft. P.O.S. & Cadence Weapon
    11. Mr. Buddy Buddy ft. Buddy Peace
    12. Body of Work
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      Raydome Another favourite off this album [132456,Configa]
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  • B. DOLAN "MARVIN" **official video**
    B. Dolan's "Fallen House Sunken City" album is available on MP3, Vinyl & CD at:
    Also available on iTunes:

    Dolan's performance in this video was filmed at Harper's Ferry in Boston, MA on 11/12/09 by Prolyphic & Sandrine.

    For more info on B. Dolan check out:
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      Raydome I didn't know much about the life of Marvin Gaye until I heard this and read up some more, pretty tragic really
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      (deleted) Wow. That is one of the best conceptual tracks that I think that I've EVER heard. This is so DOPE that I won't even try to deconstruct it. I knew all about Marvin's tragic story, but to hear it like this?? Wow. Thanks for putting me on to this, Ray.
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      Raydome B Dolan is an amazing artist, his lyrics and storytelling are a thing of beauty! He's got a poem about ODB called who killed Russel Jones, it's brilliant, I tried looking for video but there are just a few mobile uploads, I think this is the best of them, not the best quality, but you get the idea! Hoping it's on his next album or mix tape!
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  • Lil' Wayne Tried To Rape Me
    Off the forthcoming album Call My Cell Phone by new SFR artist Curtis Plum. Be sure to buy it 02/16/2010.
  • CURTIS PLUM "More Than One Hat" **OFFICIAL VIDEO**
    Curtis Plum's music can be found on MP3 & CD at:
    Also available on iTunes:

    For some reason youtube keeps cutting off the end of this video and eventually we caved in and said "Fuck it...this is good enough." Don't judge us.

    This video was filmed by Try Juice. Animation was done by Nick Mendoza courtesy of Pretty Picture Movement.

    For all other info on Curtis Plum please visit
  • "FILM THE POLICE" B. Dolan ft. Toki Wright, Jasiri X, Buddy Peace, Sag...
    DOWNLOAD THIS MP3 FOR FREE & get more FTP related items at
    This song is featured on B. Dolan's "HOUSE OF BEES, VOL 2"

    B. DOLAN's "FILM THE POLICE" pays tribute to N.W.A.'s infamous "F*ck the Police," serving as a call to action for the digitized media movement while responding to the recent explosion of police brutality all across the world.

    This free MP3, courtesy of STRANGE FAMOUS RECORDS, features a reconstruction of Dr. Dre's original beat, brilliantly reanimated by UK producer BUDDY PEACE. Label CEO, SAGE FRANCIS, opens the song by picking up the gavel where Dr. Dre left it 23 years ago, introducing a blistering, true-to-style flip of Ice Cube's original verse by SFR cornerstone, B. Dolan. TOKI WRIGHT (Rhymesayers Entertainment) follows up by stepping into the shoes of MC Ren, penning the people's struggle against cops as a case of "Goliath Vs. a bigger giant." Finally, Jasiri X (Pittsburgh rapper/activist) rounds out the track by filling in for Eazy-E, reminding us that police brutality disproportionately affects poor people of color.

    With the Occupy Movement bringing various forms of injustice to the forefront of people's consciousness, "Film the Police" is a reminder that cops have been a continued and increasingly militarized presence in public streets. Thanks to the widespread use of smartphones and video cameras, along with the popularity of social networks such as Twitter and Facebook, the power of the media has been put back into the people's hands as they document the injustices perpetrated by those who have sworn to serve and protect them.

    The lyrics to "Film the Police" are available at:

    This video was directed by Mason Johnson (Klepticenter Productions) and edited by Weston Woodbury.

    "Film the Police" will be included on B. DOLAN and BUDDY PEACE's "HOUSE OF BEES VOL. II" mixtape at

    "Film the Police" bandanas, hoodies, shirts, stickers & the FREE MP3 available at
  • B. Dolan "EARTHMOVERS" *official video*
    Earthmovers is from B. Dolan's "Fallen House Sunken City" LP available on CD/Vinyl/MP3 at
    Also on iTunes at

    Produced entirely by Alias.

    This video was directed by Kyle Harbaugh. DP: Hanuman Brown-Eagle. Editor/FX: Scott Reece.
    "Fallen House, Sunken City" packages deals, tour dates, free downloads and more on B. Dolan are available at
    "Which Side Are You On" is the latest single from B. DOLAN'S "HOUSE OF BEES VOL. 2" album, available on CD + MP3 at
    Read the track-by-track breakdown at


    We urge those who would like to support Cece to donate to the Trans Youth Support Center at the above link.


    Mason Johnson

    Tim Moes

    Editor/Director of Photography-
    Weston Woodbury

    Camera Operators-
    Ryan Christensen
    Jeremy Nivison
    Michael Olson

    Production Assistant-
    Steve Payant

    On-Set Audio Engineer: Stephen Severn

    Special thanks- Why Sound, Caffe Ibis, Dry Lake Band, Todd Milovich, Robert Linton, Andrew McAllister, Adam Aaronson
  • "CREATIVE DIFFERENCES" - Prolyphic & Buddy Peace
    "Working Man" is available in EXCLUSIVE SIGNED CD Packages & as an MP3 Download here:

    For Prolyphic (Providence, RI) and Buddy Peace (London, UK), the Atlantic Ocean wasn't even a speed bump on the road to crafting their "Working Man" album. Separated by the sea and working on two continents, the pair assembled the record with little thought to the distance between them.

    Shooting music videos as a duo, however, has proven a different challenge.

    For the first 2 clips, Pro made "Drug Dealer" without Buddy, and Buddy starred in "Go Green" with Lil Pro 5000, his emcee partner's puppet alter ego. For their third visual endeavor, they refused to let physical limitations stand in their way.

    "Creative Differences" doesn't appear on "Working Man", but captures both the feel of the album and the effortless bond between this unlikely pair of hip hop afficionados. It is a brand new, rough, raw verse delivered in one take by Prolyphic (in Providence) over live MPC-drumming from Buddy Peace (in London), joined together by the apex of 1970s film technology: the split screen.

    If you haven't copped "Working Man" yet, check the inimitable chemistry and show of skill on display here, and then, as Prolyphic gently encourages within, "just go buy the fucking album!"


    Prolyphic tours New York & New England NEXT WEEK with SFR mates Sage Francis, Metermaids, B. Dolan, and more. Tour dates and ticket links can be found here:

    To keep up with all things SFR:
  • "BLUE" - Sage Francis [official video]
    From the SICK TO D(EAT)H mixtape, available at: Sage Francis' COPPER GONE album drops June 3rd:

    "BLUE" was written and performed by Sage Francis. Music produced by Reanimator. Scratches by Buddy Peace.

    Video directed & edited by Jay Brown.
    Video treatment written by Sage Francis.
    Cinematography by Joe Radano & Jim Collins.
    After effects by Paul Mihailoff. Additional Footage by Todd Burgess.
    Actors in order of appearance: Sage Francis, dilly dilly, Isaiah Brown, Erik Moody and Mike Aberle.

    Among many things, this song and video touch upon the subject of PTSD. There are many organizations and resources that are available to vets who are struggling with civilian life, but not everyone feels comfortable reaching out for help. Some people might not even know that they need help until it's too late. Just so that the information is out there, for anyone who may need it, the Veterans Crisis Line can be reached at 1-800-273-TALK (8255) or via text to 838255. The Crisis Line website:
  • B. Dolan - An Open Letter to Justin Timberlake
    This section was empty, and after talking about Sage & Strange Famous yesterday I thought this would be perfect to start it off

    "Open Letter to Justin Timberlake" appears on the album "HOUSE OF BEES VOL. 1" available in Digital Form here:

    Or, Get the CD in Physical Form from

    Watch your back, pretty boy.
  • Sage Francis - Escape Artist
    A HEALTHY DISTRUST is available on CD & vinyl (signed) at
    On iTunes at
    This video is featured on Sage's "LIFE IS EASY" DVD available at
  • "SINKING SHIP" - Sleep of Oldominion [official video]
    I'm a fan of Sleep, this is from his new album Oregon Failure released on Strange Famous Records. Anyone else feeling this?

    "Sinking Ship" is the first video from Sleep of Oldominion's album "Oregon Failure", his first solo release since 2009's "Hesitation Wounds"!

    Produced by Denver's Maulskull, Sleep's 'Oregon Failure' is a sorely needed return to spitting bars for the genre. Set to Maulskull's heavy hitting, up-tempo dreamtrap, the album's themes touch on trial and error, effort and failure, and ultimately perseverance. A master of poly-rhythmic turnarounds, chopping double time, Sleep builds up cadence the way Diplo builds towards the drop. Never coming off phony or Pollyannaish, young go-hards and old school heads alike can identify with the anthems of 'Oregon Failure'

    Video directed by Artistic Outlet Media
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      Gary Im a fan of sage francis whos on the same label.
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      (deleted) Dope shit
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      Raydome He's on tour in October, I've got a ticket for Manchester. Looking forward to his new LP in June
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