FREE DL: Mr. Lif featuring Selina Carrera’s “Let Go”

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Mr. Lif has some new music ready to unleash and he got a bit of help from Selina Carrera. “Let Go” will find its way on the album Don’t Look Down due out next week Friday (April 15th) but you can download the song for free, including in FLAC lossless. If you want to check out two other songs from the album he has streamed so far and pre-order it, please click here.

VIDEO/FREE MP3 DL: Mochipet featuring Mr. Lif’s “Spark”

A new Mochipet video? Where does one start? That may be the question you’re asking right now but you see the arrow, press play. This one is for the song “Spark”, which features Mr. Lif complimenting Mr. Mochi. The song also has a number of remixes to be satisfied with, stream them below or buy the whole meal deal.

SOME STUFFS: New Oddisee track to appear on forthcoming Mello Music Group compilation

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Mello Music Group are easily one of the most busiest labels out there today, and for me, I always anticipate what they’re about to release next. Here is that next: a compilation album called Mello Music Group Mandala Vol. 1: Polysonic Flows, to be released digitally on January 28th, with hard copy on February 4th. The album will feature material from yU, Dudley Perkins, Has-Lo, Blueprint, Georgia Anne Muldrow, Open Mike Eagle, John Robinson, Mr. Lif, Akil The MC, and Oddisee, who decided to share one of his contributions to the album with “Invislble Walls”, which you may download for free.

SOME STUFFS: Mr. Lif to release new album on his own label

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April 21st is the day you’ll want to mark on your calendars. Almost a week after you’ve paid “the man”, Mr. Lif returns to record stores with a brand new album called I Heard It Today, and this one will be released on Lif’s own label, Bloodbot Tactical Enterprises.

Lif collaborated with a number of quality producers for the new one, including Headnotic of Crown City Rockers, Edan, J-Zone, Batsauce, Willie Evans Jr., and Therapy. Topically speaking, you know how Lif does it, and this album will be no exception as the lyrics are taken from today’s headlines, including a look at the current failure of the American economy and perhaps the failure of the black community.