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  • Inthefinityvoz - Da extinção há existência (DVD COMPLETO)
  • Redman - Tonight's Da Night
    Whut? thee Album ©1992 Def Jam Records
  • Common Feat. Talib Kweli & Sadat X - 1999
    LP "Soundbombing Vol. 2" compilation released in 1999

    Common (originally Common Sense) was a highly influential figure in rap's underground during the '90s, keeping the sophisticated lyrical technique and flowing syncopations of jazz-rap alive in an era when commercial gangsta rap was threatening to obliterate everything in its path. His literate, intelligent, nimbly performed rhymes and political consciousness certainly didn't fit the fashions of the moment, but he was able to win a devoted cult audience. By the late '90s, a substantial underground movement had set about reviving the bohemian sensibility of alternative rap, and Common finally started to receive wider recognition as a creative force. Not only were his albums praised by critics, but he was able to sign with a major label that guaranteed him more exposure than ever before.

    Common was born Lonnie Rashied Lynn on the South Side of Chicago, an area not exactly noted for its fertile hip-hop scene. Nonetheless, he honed his skills to the point where -- performing as Common Sense -- he was able to catch his first break, winning The Source magazine's Unsigned Hype contest. He debuted in 1992 with the single "Take It EZ," which appeared on his Combat-released debut album, Can I Borrow a Dollar?; further singles "Breaker 1/9" and "Soul by the Pound" helped establish his reputation in the hip-hop underground, although some critics complained about the record's occasional misogynistic undertones. Common Sense subsequently wound up on Ruthless Records for his 1994 follow-up, Resurrection, which crystallized his reputation as one of the underground's best (and wordiest) lyricists. The track "I Used to Love H.E.R." attracted substantial notice for its clever allegory about rap's descent into commercially exploitative sex-and-violence subject matter, and even provoked a short-lived feud with Ice Cube. Subsequently, Common Sense was sued by a ska band of the same name, and was forced to shorten his own moniker to Common; he also relocated from Chicago to Brooklyn.

    Bumped up to parent label Relativity, Common issued the first album under his new name in 1997. One Day It'll All Make Sense capitalized on the fledgling resurgence of intelligent hip-hop with several prominent guests, including Lauryn Hill, Q-Tip, De La Soul, Erykah Badu, Cee-Lo, and the Roots' Black Thought. The album was well received in the press, and Common raised his profile with several notable guest spots over the next couple of years; he appeared on Pete Rock's Soul Survivor, plus two watermark albums of the new progressive hip-hop movement, Mos Def and Talib Kweli's Black Star and the Roots' Things Fall Apart. Common also hooked up with indie rap kingpins Rawkus for a one-off collaboration with Sadat X, "1-9-9-9," which appeared on the label's seminal Soundbombing, Vol. 2 compilation.
  • Portella part Patrick Viajando no tempo Prod Butuca CLIPE OFICIAL
    Portella part. Patrick

    Música: Viajando no tempo
    Letra: Portella
    Produção: Butuca Beats
    Selo Musical: Essence Movement
    Mix e Master: Ricardo Cabes (Track Cheio)
    Câmera e Edição: Bianca Hoffmann
    Roteiro: Handrei Camargo

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  • Georgia Anne Muldrow - "More & More" featuring Bilal (Official Vid...
    From her new album - "Owed To Mama Rickie" available everywhere NOW.
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  • Yani Mo - Home/Grown
    download "Compound/Words EP" here:

    Directed and Shot by: Joseph Moore
    Produced by: MaMa G (http://soundcloud.com/mama-g-beats)

    more music:
  • Yani Mo - Know U (Official Visuals)
    twitter/ig: @yani_mo

    Download Know U & Compound/Words EP):

    written by: Yani Mo
    vocals by: Yani Mo & Dana Washington (@theloverfly)
    produced by: MaMa G (http://www.soundcloud.com/mama-g-beats)
    shot by: Voncito of iLLmont
  • Allen Thomas - Atlantic Station (feat. Yani Mo and Olde English)
    prod. by Voncito

    shot by Jeff Killins
    drone cam by: Roy Gipson
    edited/directed by: Allen Thomas

    second single from #BelvederePlaza is "Atlantic Station" featuring Yani Mo and Olde English. you can download Belvedere Plaza at illmont.bandcamp.com or stream it on soundcloud.com/iLLmont.

    check out Yani Mo:
    soundcloud: soundcloud.com/yanimo
    bandcamp: yanimo.bandcamp.com
    instagram: yani_mo
    twitter: @yani_mo

    Allen Thomas:
    twitter: @samohtnella
    insatgram: allenthomas
    soundcloud: soundcloud.com/allenEDWARDthomas

    instagram + twitter: @iLLmont

  • DJ Caique - É Foda (Nairobi, Ogi e Doncesão)
    "Coligações Expressivas" é um disco elaborado pelo DJ Caique, aonde ele chama diversos mc's para rimar em seus beats.
    Todos os beats produzidos por: Dj Caique
    Mixagem e Masterização por: Dj Caique no estudio 360GrausRecords.
    musicas gravadas entre o periodo de 2008 a 2010.

    twitter: @djcaiquecjm
    myspace: www.myspace.com/djcaique
    site: http://360grausrecords.ucoz.com