You may already be familiar with “Travel The Man” by Imperial & K.I.N.E.T.I.K. but I would like to present to you a remix of it done by Soulseize. Here it is, BAM, and you might say GOD DAMN! Let this be a blast to your mind this summer.
Due to the feedback Imperial & K.I.N.E.T.I.K. have had with their album, they’re releasing a remix with one of its hottest tracks. It’s the one with Oddisee called “Travel The Map” and it happens to be a Micall Parknsun remix, meaning it went to the UK and back, now exchanged with you. If you haven’t picked up the album yet, you can order it via Amazon.com by clicking the cover below.
Oddisee finds himself in a new track by Imperial & K.I.N.E.T.I.K. that will find its way on an album due out on Friday called Adventures In Technicolour. You got to adapt to the groove that is “Travel The Map”.
Day Drunk is a new EP by the superfresh Red Bill that will be out this Friday courtesy of Mello Music Group and if you know anything about this label, you know it already has their trademark of quality. Need proof? Have a listen to a cut from it called “Fly On A Window” which brings Red Pill together with producer Oddisee and verbal assistance with Blu.
It’s part of an album series called I Can’t Replace Me but Ardamus’ release is a 7-song EP called I Can’t Replace Me, Pt. 2: Develop. Regardless of what it is, the new music is what it is so check out waht this DC rapper has to offer and you’ll want to be a believer.
It’s easy to just read the subject line and bail out of here to do something else but you need to know just a little more. Detroit rapper Apollo Brown has not onlyu come out with a new album today, but it is an album with 19 brand new songs. In many ways, a title like Grandeur couldn’t be any more appropriate. Some of the people on here include the late Sean Price, plus the great Eternia, Masta Ace, Chino XL, Ugly Heroes, O.C. and many more. Stream it in full, then get yourself a copy for later, or for others.
Belonging to the world, can anyone belong to a world> Oddisee says yes, and he says so not only in musical form, but in visual form, so check out his forms. This is from his project called The Good Fight, released this past spring and if you haven’t had the opportunity to hear anything from it, watch the video and than consider getting the album.
Open Mike Eagle and Oddisee are bringing forth to you something called “Celebrity Reduction Prayer” and why? It’s their new song, which comes from the Mello Music Group compilation album Persona. Oddisee handles production and of course Open Mike Eagle drops lyrics and wisdom.
Fighting the good fight is something a lot of people do but to fight The Good Fight isn’t good, so don’t fight the feeling. I speak of Oddisee’s forthcoming album on Mello Music Group, so watch the video and prepare for the goodness to come. More goodness? How about an Oddisee tour beginning this weekend? Sure:
April 11… Hartford, CT (Trinity College)
April 23… Flagstaff, AZ (NA University Castro Auditorium)
April 24… Mesa, AZ (Club Red)
April 25… Santa Fe, NM (The Underground at Evangelo’s))
April 26… Albuquerque, NM (Stereo Bar)
April 27… Denver, CO (Cervantes Other Side)
April 29… Salt Lake City, UT (Urban Lounge)
April 30… Oakland, CA (Leo’s Music Club)
May 2… Los Angeles, CA (The Echo)
May 5… New York, NY (Knitting Factory)
May 6… Washington, DC (TBC)
May 7… Philadelphia, PA (Johnny Brenda’s)
May 8… Narragansett, RI (Wheelhouse)
May 9… Pittsburgh, PA (TBC)
May 13… Toronto, ON (TBA)
May 14… Ottawa, ON (The Ritual)
May 15… Quebec City (Le Cercle)
May 16… Burlington, VT (TBC)
May 17… Boston, MA (Middle East)
July 2… Vienne, FR (Jazz a Vienne Festival)
July 3… Nice, FR (Nuits Carrees Festival)
July 5… Brussels, BE (Couleur Cafe Festival)
Open Mike Eagle worked with Oddisee again and this is for the song “Celebrity Reduction Prayer”, and judging by the title, you might say it could be a statement of sorts. The song is a part of Mello Music Group’s forthcoming compilation Persona, coming on March 10th. You can pre-order the full album below via Bandcamp.