Pete Rock Announces ‘Village Soul’ DJ Residency In NYC
|Once a month Pete Rock and his favorite guest DJ alongside Deadly Dragon Sound will play the finest in Soul, Reggae & Hip Hop hosted by The 303 at Louie & Chan, located where the lower east side and old Chinatown connects; and its free and open to NYC music elite (RSVP is mandatory and is the only requirement). Read more…|
1. After being in the game for a couple of years, how is your outlook on the Hip-Hop scene from a musical point of view? And what will you do to make it what you feel it needs to be?
The hip-hop scene is in 2 places in my opinion. The indie scene & the mainstream scene. I think the indie scene is thriving right now. There are a lot of dope artists dropping quality material. The mainstream scene is ok, but the fact that there’s no diversity makes it stagnant. People are tired of hearing the same songs in rotation with the same subject matter all the time. As for what I’m doing, I’m making quality music I feel will be viewed as timeless in years to come.
2. If you could do anything over again, what would it be and why? Read more…
Although he went to New York City to pursue a master’s degree in clinical social work from his hometown of West Virginia, his passion led him down the path to constructing musical blends for varied audiences. As with any other superhero, by day, he is a mild mannered social worker and when the work day is over, this is where DJ Jon Quick comes in!
Quickly rising up the ranks to do corporate events for notable companies, he recently he signed on as a promotional DJ for Alize’ and his mixes can be heard on AlizeClassicFlavors.com.
DJ Jon Quick aka the Turntable Superhero, takes off his cape for a moment to speak to The Industry Cosign. Read more…
G.Huff & Vice Souletric New EP “Are We There Yet?”, Available Now, Features Co-Signs From Luminaries Pete Rock & Scarface
G. Huff and Vice Souletric have quickly become two of the most respected new hip-hop artists to emerge out the Midwest. The Ohio MC/Producer duo made waves in 2011 with their debut album, “Where Do We Go From Here?” which featured a who’s who of talent such as Guilty Simpson, REKS, Termanology, and Ruste Juxx. Read more…
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TORAE TO RELEASE DEBUT LP FOR THE RECORD ON NOVEMBER 1st
For The Record Features Production from DJ Premier, Pete Rock, 9th Wonder, Nottz, Large Professor, Diamond D, Khrysis, !llmind & Marco Polo
Hip hop recording artist Torae announces his upcoming debut offering; For The Record, on his Internal Affairs Entertainment imprint. Slated for release on November 1, 2011 the album is an ample fifteen tracks worth of high-caliber production and impeccable rhyme. Read more…