Thursday, June 16, 2011

Black & Yellow - Cris Cab Cover

Cris Cab has become a really exciting musician to watch over the past few weeks. He is only 17 and he is already making a splash in the reggae/pop industry. He recently released an EP that is available on Itunes called "Foreword" so buy that. Here is one of my favorite songs by him so check it out. The original song is by Wiz Khalifa but Mr. Cab does a good job adding his own twist on the song.

Tuesday, June 14, 2011

Mr. MB - MB4

Check it out. I know the "white rap" department is becoming a little overcrowded but this guy has some cool songs.

One, Two, Three - Kam Royal

Now that many of you have had time to get acquainted with Kam's new mixtape "Vindicated", I thought I would bring to you one of the chillest tracks on the mixtape. Check it out if you haven't already and give this one a thumbs up and download!!

Sunday, June 12, 2011

Webster's Laboratory - Chris Webby

I know it is a few days late but here it is.

Kam Royal: Sophomore of the Year!

Below is a recent interview, via email, with up and coming rapper Kam Royal:

1. So what inspired you to become a rapper?

Well I always loved to rap, so when I sent out my first song to a blog last and then people liked it, thats what really sparked it. The more I worked on music seriously the more I loved it and it developed into a passion.

2. Who are your biggest role models in terms of style, flow, and your music in general?

Well when it comes to my musical influences, thats a much wider spectrum of music I listen to than just rappers. As for the rappers with the biggest influence on my style and flow I'd have to say Jay-Z, Ludacris, Tech Nine, Big L, Notorious BIG, J Cole, Dom Kennedy, Drake

3. How long have you been seriously rapping and How have the fans and haters out there influenced your style?

Since last summer, July or August can't recall which. And no offense, but my fans and "haters" have no influence on my style. While its nice when people like something, I always make the music I feel like making. Thats not to say I dont appreciate constructive criticism, I do. But I don't really pay attention to the comments people make on youtube or on blogs.

4. Which of your songs from your newest mixtape or in general, do you think express you the best? Why?

A Feel Good Track. I really have a feel good personality and I try to make feel good music. Like I say in the intro, it actually was raining and Miles (Felix Beats) and I were like "lets make a feel good track" so we did. I really like that song, probably my favorite off Vindicated because its so true to me.

5. What was the first rap you ever wrote? Do you have any big plans for this year?

I wrote it in 5th grade after my brother Simon (shout out Simon who just turned 19 yesterday) wrote a rap. I actually still have that rhyme book. I'm not gonna tell yall how it started but I was on some different sounding ish back then haha. And yeah my plans are to drop at least two mixtapes by the end of the year and do a bunch of show.

6. What messages are you trying to convey to your fans through your music?
Do you. Be yourself. Never apologize for that.

Check out Kam here:

Wednesday, June 8, 2011

Sonnet 27 - Rich Kid Soundsystems

I am so happy I found this song during finals. This song has allowed me to relax and chill especially with all of the stress of studying. This will be part of my up coming "Chill Summer Tracks" playlist. I think a download is appropriate.

Monday, June 6, 2011

Open Your Eyes - Chiddy Bang Ft. Mac Miller

On a slightly different note than my last post, check out this new Chiddy Bang and Mac Miller collab.

Requiem for a Dream - Andy's Ill

It's been a bit since my last post but I thought I would bring you some semi new dubstep from Up & Coming DJ Andy's Ill. Check this out!