While y’all on your old shit, Ron Browz stays on his new with Reek and Busta for the latest single off his upcoming set. Random/Awkward drops sometime in July.
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Ron Browz is the last person we’d expect
After previewing the record live a few weeks ago, here is the end result of Ether Boy and Banko’s collabo. This isn’t too easy on the ears, but don’t be tardy to the party.
[vodpod id=Video.5954872&w=540&h=350&fv=%26rel%3D0%26border%3D0%26] Sure looks like my previous night. Anyways, to accompany their recent collabo, Ether Boy and Cafe get what else—uh smacked, for their new video. Ron Browz’ new project, Timeless 2 drops June 14. wshh
[vodpod id=Video.5913125&w=540&h=350&fv=%26rel%3D0%26border%3D0%26] Ether Boy is still on his grind and is currently on tour overseas in Europe. During his set at the 5:42 mark, he plays his new single “Party Til The Morning” which will feature Lloyd Banks. 57thave
Auto-Tune’s poster boys phone in with NigelD and address Shawn C.’s Napalm Bomb, “D.O.A.”
Yes, gentleman using Auto-Tune in 2009 is trite. To quote Mr. Dennis Coles, “Get your own shit and be original!” How can the music evolve if everyone is doing the same thing? What works for the goose doesn’t always work for the gander. You see Webstar, even if your record plays on the radio every five minutes, it doesn’t mean that it’s good. What it means is that it’s locked into the listeners memory thanks to repetition. “Dancing On Me” may be your only record using Auto-Tune, but I doubt the other songs are raising the bar in hip-hop. There’s nothing wrong with “dance” records, as long as they’re not executed cheesy. As for Browz, I think your hip-hop contributions are best left on the MPC. But hey, what do I know. I’m just a rap fan.
After the jump, No I.D. adds his 2 Cents.