So we got even more for ya. These two are some of my favourite tracks from our recent projects. First up is 'The Last Hope' off 'The Soul Movement Vol 3', and the second is 'My Crew', which originally featured on 'World Domi-NoTiOn' but the version with Tommy Gunnz will be on Tommy's 'Garden State Warrior'. Peep!
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The Soul Movement Volume 3
Aight, so here's the next installment of The Movement Fam show from Saturday night. This time we're rockin' out to Notion's 'Set Me Free' with Bekah from his 'World Domi-NoTiOn' mixtape, along with Cee & Bekah's single 'Ain't No Mountain' and 'See It Through', both off 'The Soul Movement Volume 3: The Final Chapter'.
This is fucking brilliant. The big homie Whisper comes through with his latest video (not your debut, though, right?), 'Stand Up', featuring vocalist Lee Sissing and beats by M-Phazes. Great song, fresh clip...can't wait for this album!
Oh and if y'all ain't already know, check for Whisper on 'In Control' off Cee & Bekah's 'The Soul Movement Volume 3: The Final Chapter', on 'New Wave' off Notion's 'World Domi-NoTiOn' and on production for 'Anything For You' off Cee & Bekah's 'The Soul Movement Volume 2'.
So it's here. Finally. Over a year's worth of work has culminated in Cee & Bekah's third and final mixtape (before venturing into EP's, albums and wherever else their musical journey takes them), 'The Soul Movement Volume 3: The Final Chapter'.
After working with the biggest names in Australia on their last mixtapes, there was nowhere left to go but the USA. Cee & Bekah linked up with Mick Boogie and Terry Urban, respected American DJs who have produced, mixed and hosted official mixtapes for the likes of Kanye West, Little Brother, Skyzoo and Idle Warship (Talib Kweli, Res, Graph Nobel), and critically acclaimed mash up mixtapes with Adele and Jay-Z/Coldplay.
This is our first release since being signed to Miami, FL based blogger Kevin Nottingham's label, HiPNOTT Records, so this is a very exciting time for The Movement Fam.
'The Soul Movement Volume 3: The Final Chapter' is a landmark release for Australian 'urban' artists (a term Cee & Bekah don't like to use, as they coined their own genre, 'Soul Hop'), as no other artist in this genre has even attempted a mixtape of this scope, let alone made it happen.
Download the mixtape for FREE from Cee & Bekah's Bandcamp page, and grab a copy of Volume 1 and 2 if you haven't already.
The Movement is here!
Aight y'all...it's nearly here. The final leak from 'The Soul Movement Volume 3' is an original joint. 'Say', produced by the homie Infinite Archetype outta Perth, is a smooth, soulful cut that really summarizes our sound.
Download Cee & Bekah - Say (produced by Infinite Archetype)
Also, peep the video. We laced this real quick, mad rough, no editing, just us speaking on the new mixtape, working with Mick Boogie and Terry Urban, the new project and everything that we have going on.
Thank you all for you constant support and cop the mixtape this Tuesday 10th November!!!
Oh, we just keep on giving. It's Christmas up in this bitch. Freebies all day, son. ONE WEEK TIL THE MIXTAPE DROPS!
"We are just one week away from the official release of Cee & Bekah’s Soul Movement Volume 3, hosted by Mick Boogie and Terry Urban. This is the third (and best) of the Soul Movement series and the first being sponsored by my label, HiPNOTT Records.
For the next leak, we bring you “Too Dope,” featuring The Understudies from the San Fransisco Bay area. If the beat sounds familiar, it should, as they go in over the Black Milk banger “Motown 25″ (originally done by Elzhi and Royce Da 5′9).
So check out what everyone Down Under is raving about… and check out their updated profile page at hipnottrecords.com where you can also download the first two volumes of the Soul Movement series.
So after all the Bangs hype, we gotta get back to the real!
Peep the latest leak from our mixtape, The Soul Movement Volume 3, which is dropping on November 10th! This joint, The Last Hope, is quite possibly my favourite on the mixtape, it features Notion and it's our take on the Drake and Kardinal Offishall joint off Drizzy's first mixtape. Holla. Oh and did I mention it's mixed by Mick Boogie & Terry Urban?
Oh yes, it's time for another leak. The homie Kev leaked this latest cut this week just passed, another joint from Cee & Bekah's upcoming mixtape 'The Soul Movement Volume 3'. This one is over CunninLynguists' 'K.K.K.Y.' beat (produced by Kno, AMAZING beat), entitled 'Save Myself', an anthem with a strong political overtone.
Cop the joint from the link below, and know that we're not far away from dropping this one...
I can't believe I didn't post this last week. I'm slippin'.
The homie Kev leaked our second joint from 'The Soul Movement Volume 3' last week, called 'Can't Get Enough' (produced by K-Os, over his 'Love Song' joint) and a few other blogs picked it up (see below), which was great to see.
Check it out on Kevin Nottingham's blog. So it seems we're dropping the news that none other than Mick Boogie and Terry Urban are mixing our new joint, which is fucking huge to say the least. And it's dropping through HiPNOTT Records, followed closely by The Soul Movement Originals, an album of all our original beats from The Soul Movement mixtape series (as Volume 3 is the final drop).
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