This coming weekend marks the beginning of a season when skirts get shorter, tan lines get darker, and happy hours start earlier. Summertime is here and Willie Green has a new smash hit to get the party started.
In SoCal, this season starts a little earlier and lasts a little longer, but it’s a wonderful time for everyone. “Fasho Fasho,” the O.G. version was on Willie Green’s album on Fake Four Records, We Live in the Future. And in true remix fashion, this one is completely retooled. PremRock is featured on the original version too, but this time around Willie Green added Zilla Rocca and Mad Dukez to the mix.
This track is available for free download, along with the instrumental, a capella for you DIYers out there, and the original version from We Live in the Future. Get your own copy here, then play it with your windows wound down while trying not to look like a total scumbag checking out the ladies. Or the dudes. Whichever you prefer.
Because every other site does it, we’ll join the party. Here’s our copy and paste job from 2DBZ:
Rhode Island rapper Meta T just released this brand new track that’s off of Edison’s Ink. It features Rapathy of teh infamous Demigox crew and Swan Knotty. We don’t know who’s who, but you can still vote “Dope” before we bump this post by something super hot that features 2Chainz.
Jem Grates produced the beat and did the scratches of the late Notorious Big Pun Corleone sample. Dig In The Crepes for life!
This isn’t as good as the last Wu joint I posted, but I wanted to get up here to mention again how Soul Temple is doing something pretty cool by pressing a limited amount of copies for all of these songs on 7″ vinyl.
You can have the download for free, or purchase the vinyl over at BamdCamp. Enjoy.
Last time I posted about this album I was battling a sour stomach of swine. Luckily, I survived with minimal consequences. And lucky again in that these guys, the Ocean State’s producer x emcee duo of AD & Sbo, still take the time to reach out to TECB about their music. And I’m glad they did. There’s some good stuff to be heard on Return of the High-Five, a little sample of which features Mr. Diggsmatic. Have yourself a listen:
If you like that, well then the rest of the album is all yours over on BandCamp. Name your price, then feel free to come back here to drop a line of your thoughts.
After Vice City Nights, the much-praised effort from Emilio Lopez and RJBeats (see “E”), the respective talents have decided to move forward as a collective. Yup, Emilio Lopez has yet again joined forces with the Barcelonian production crew Stash House (formerly RJBeats) to bring you some new, tasty hip-hop music as the Faceless Kings. Their first contribution comes as a set of streaming songs available for your free download. The first of which, “Frontlines,” can be heard/had by clicking play/download right here:
It’s a banger. And “Too Late,” the b-side of the digital single, per se, is almost right there with it. Let us know what you think.