The video was shot in Montreal on a stormy day in July last year, with the Old Port, Quartier des Spectacles, Benelux Brewpub and annual summer fireworks contest providing the backdrop for Notion's moody anthem. With an uplifting narrative that preaches the virtues of enjoying your youth while you still can, this soulful banger lit up every venue on the tour. Shouts to the Fam Cee, Tiffany Alexis and iLLvibe on the cameo tip.
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It's up on iTunes right now and it's only $0.99 - bargain, eh. Maybe $1.69 in Australia. Bastards stay jackin' up prices.
Thanks for all the support thus far. You can still cop the album free via Cee & Bekah's Bandcamp page and donate to Ovarian Cancer Research, but if you want to support us on iTunes we'd love that too.
The Sydney homies Botanics just dropped the video for their latest single, 'Influence'. Check the info:
Botanics 'Influence' Official film clip. This is Botanics' second release from their 3 part series. Part 2 'Influence' is a 5 track release due out Sept 30, 2010, worldwide exclusively on iTunes. www.botanics.com.au
They'll be rocking songs from his upcoming debut EP "Let The Music Play" which will be out September, and this is not only P's first Melbourne show, but his first trip to our fine city.
Check out Profecy's tunes and get ready...
Sydney's KillaQueenz have been around for a minute. Myself and Revelino worked with the girls on our Soul District project back in 03/04, and it's great to see them making solid music, touring the country and of course, knocking out fresh videos.
Check out the visuals for single 'Break The Rules'. Dope video. Quality Australian Hip Hop. Big ups.
The big homie Hustle Beats has been a big supporter of The Movement Fam from the jump. Coming out of Sydney, by way of Toronto, Canada, my dude is a talented producer, blogger and straight up hustler, and his grind is definitely something to admire.
Hustle has released a gang of mixtapes when he was in TO, and from what I understand this is the first disc that he's released out of Australia (homie, correct me if I'm wrong!). Y'all might have caught our single from the tape, 'Livin' This Life' with the other big homie from TO, Theology3, which we dropped a month or two back.
Finally, the tape, entirely produced by Hustle, dropped today and y'all can cop it below for free. Eighteen tracks, MCs and vocalists from all over the globe - y'all can't go wrong.
Make sure you roll past my dude's blog, iHustle Daily, and say what up!
BORDERLINE VOLUME 2 MIXCD TRACKLISTING
01. Tino Attila – Dirty Lil’ Secret
02. J. Moy – I Want To Live
03. The Show Doctor – Borderline
04. Angerville – Perspectives
05. Tek Man – Slob On My Knob
06. Kid Mac – This Is Real
07. KDB – Life Of The Party
08. Sienna Thomas – Clap Back feat Da-Coz
09. Sienna Thomas – Go On Get Out feat Esskei
10. Friday – Next Level
11. Sienna Thomas – Gotta Get It feat Da-Coz
12. Eddie Mayhem – I Don’t Give A Fuck
13. Cee & Bekah – Lvin’ This Life feat Theo3
14. Roti – Strollin’ In The Park feat Sinister
15. Mun – Conductin Bizness
16. Organised Rhyme Cartel – Trife Life
17. Nobody – Chrome, Hot, Sin
18. Sienna Thomas – Down & Out feat Da-Coz
All tracks produced by Da-coz for Hustle Beats
All tracks mixed by VJ K.M.X.E.
Huge shouts to the big homie P.R for landing this one!
Check out the video for G.No's new single, 'Paz' ('peace' in Spanish), featuring Bizzy Bone, and produced by P.R! Some huge shit for the kid...video is low budget but fresh, shot in France. Worldwide baby!
This is my favourite song in the world right now, has been for a few months. The melody is simple, and Angus doesn't have the greatest of voices, but the sweet and honest lyrics, the haunting guitar parts and extended outro all come together to make a magical piece of music. This is a live performance in Sydney earlier this year.
Look out for my 50 bar verse over this joint, coming soon...
Aight, so this is some FRESH shit right here.
We were lucky enough to work with the big homie Theology3, outta Toronto, Canada. My boy Hustle Beats was putting together his new mixtape 'Borderline', and he hit us up for a joint. I suggested that we work with Theo, who we knew from appearing on his radio show, Stylistik Endeavours, when we were in TO back in '08. Hustle made it happen and BANG, we made a classic.
We recently performed this joint in Melbourne and it went down real well (minus Theo, unfortunately). Cop this track as a FREE download below, and hit us with any feedback!
The new homies Botanics are on some shit.
Check the video for their latest single 'What The Deal Is'. I'm really vibin' off these cats. MCs are tight, band is dope, video is fresh.
Head over to their MySpace to check out upcoming tour dates - Melbourne heads can catch the fellas at Bar Open on Brunswick St, Fitzroy on Saturday May 8th.
OK, so I woke up this morning and my house mate shouts out "Dude, check this out!" So I watch the clip and I was kinda weirded out, the news channel decided to get an eye witness account of a shooting that had just apparently happened in Sydney's Kings Cross area.
OK so this place has thousands of tourists flocking to it every day, it has a night life that's notorious and yet in an effort to shock the general public, and most likely get the most yardage out of this news clip, they ask for the account of the events from shitfaced people in the area. The story is news worthy but I think the station will most likely receive a negative response from a few local ethnic communities for a few things, mostly I think it would've been from the message it conveys.
Young little Aussie girls do bad impressions of the ethnics. Is she describing Islander types for her use of the word 'bro' and 'hey?' Or does she refer to the ethnicities who claim the word 'wog'? I'm sure if this was America, the word may have begun with a 'N' and depending on who you hang out with, could have an A or R sound at the end. Despite all of that noise she keeps its real, and so do the others for that matter, with another dude recognising the gun as a 'Glock-9'.
I'm sure he would 'cause peeps in Kings Cross is gully like that, gnomsaying... I love it when realness, booze, guns, news, and ethnicities combines.. for me it's chaos in synergy.
Two clips here, peeps. I think Channel 9 should've used the second one.