Monday, December 28, 2009
After being smashed in the face on camera... The creator of "STYLIN ON EM", Nyckz, hit me up on myspace as if I'm supposed to be making fun of him. He proceeds to say we are biting his sh*t. I'm like, man, did you notice we are MAKING FUN of you. lol. THIS AINT SERIOUS. lol.
I told him to "Sit yo ass down" like angry man from MARTIN...
and now years later..i will spread the laughter again.
The Promo Video:
After being hit up by the most famous rapper NYCKZ, when then decided to make our own parody version of being styled on. There are even references to Afro Samurai in it, randomly, lol. I have no idea what we were thinking. I was still in college in Long Island. Shout out to the Long Island Railroad and my man Greg Jackson aka Liggy J. Keep in mind none of this was serious...all in the name of having fun.
Of course, its MidaZ with a Z.
Return With A Mask On.
Tuesday, December 22, 2009
1. Gods of War
2. Until I've Lost
3. Nuthin U Can Do
4. Where Am I Going? feat. J. Bada
5. Meal Tickets
6. Down the Line
7. 1st Amdendment feat. Sabac Red
8. To the Top feat. Joell Ortiz
9. Live From FL
10. Adult Entertainment
12. I Know feat. Illustrate of Grey Matter
13. Shot Down
14. Eyes Front feat. Yah Yah & Young Zee
15. Meal Tickets Pt. 2 feat. Little Vic
16. All Jokes Aside feat. Jus One
Critical Madness Album Sampler:
About the release: Critical Madness (cRITICAL + Madness) is the combination of 2 legendary battle vets who originally met in the orlando hip-hop scene and eventually partnered up after competing for the same crown in the final round of numerous open mic freestyle tournaments. What started as a couple of CM tracks has now manifested into their debut album "Bringing Out The Dead", released through Domination Recordings which features collaborations with Slaughterhouse front man Joell Ortiz as well as Sabac Red, Young Zee, long-time collaborator Little Vic and others. Covering the production side, TEMPERMENTAL produced the bulk of the LP with TzariZM adding his own brand of sickness to the stew. Marco Polo and DC the MIDI alien also contributed to the soon-to-be classic. "BOTD" covers everything from the politics down to pornography using clever lyricism & unique wordplay over infectious melodies laced with some boom bap. It is the experience of a lifetime and gives a slight peek into the influences that created this mind bending duo.
Bringing Out the Dead by Critical Madness - Download Bringing Out the Dead on iTunes
Critical Madness - 'Bringing Out The Dead' (Audio CD) Detail - Underground Hip Hop - Store
Amazon.com: Bringing Out the Dead: Critical Madness: MP3 Downloads
Sunday, December 20, 2009
Friday, December 18, 2009
Iight. So, do I copy and paste the official press release of this single? Or, do i just keep it NeMo TYPE real with you.
Thursday, December 17, 2009
Tracklisting & Guests Appearances:
Free Download: MyGrane McNastee & DJ Ynot Mixtape
For more info, check out: MygraneHipHop.com
Thursday, December 10, 2009
Check Out the homey Butta Verses alongside Rapper Big Pooh and 6th Sense in this tribute to De La Soul and their 20th Anniversary. This was featured on the recent Mick Boogie "La De Soul" Mixtape.
Wednesday, December 9, 2009
Head-nod maestro IMAKEMADBEATS continues his neck-breaking assault of dopeness with his latest single, “Return With a Mask On.” Featuring MidaZ the Beast (Alchemist’s Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars “Gangrene Mix”) and J.Freedome over a frenetic banger selected from one of the producer’s 2000+ beats, the song offers parallel stories of the stress and anger that causes people to retreat behind their ‘masks’ – and return with a vengeance.
IMMB will select one of the submissions to appear on the bonus version of “Return With a Mask On,” from his up-coming IMAKEMADBEATS album, featuring Black Milk, Steele of Smif n Wesson, Von Pea (Tanya Morgan), Hezekiah, and more. The winner will also receive a an IMMB t-shirt and the Japanese import version of IMMB and Roc C’s The Transcontinental, featuring Oh No, Rapper Big Pooh, Chino XL, Wildchild, and more. All submissions can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The homey Shinobi Stalin continues to make dope hip-hop. This time around, he brings up and coming producer SoyIsReal alongside to provide a dramatic boom bap back drop. Download it and enjoy. You want more from these two? Follow them on Twitter:
Shinobi Stalin Nothing Like It prod by SoyIsReal
Monday, December 7, 2009
So...this story starts just under a month ago. I'm getting a new screen for my MPC shipped to me from Toronto, Canada. On Nov 17th, the tracking shows that it reached Brooklyn, NY. Great, right? WRONG. I didn't get a package that day. The next day, nothing. I call the Post Office, and give them my tracking number. They tell me, "yes we have your package, would you like to pick it up?" I respond with "YES I will be there within the hour. thx!" I hit the train to go to the post office, get there, and they tell me "we don't have your package, we never did." The manager there tells me to call him tommorow morning to further track the package. I call the next day, they tell me they have no idea where the package is. I then call the 1800 number for the USPS. They track the package back to that same Post Office.
Now...this is one week before I drive to Memphis, TN. I'll be in Memphis for a while. So I'm really trying to get this situation solved. For the entire next week, the USPS has no idea, even with a tracking number, where the package is. The day TzaR, Marie, and myself leave NY in my car on a 17 hour journey to Memphis is the day I get an email telling me they tried to deliver my package and a notice was left. The package had been in NY for a week and no one could tell me where it was, until the day I leave NY. Great. I called the post office and told them the entire story. 1 representative was telling me it had been sent back to Toronto, while another was telling me they didnt know what post office it was at. I'm telling them "LOOK AT THE TRACKING NUMBER. ITS AT THE FARRAGUT POST OFFICE. HOW could it be back in Toronto, YOU JUST sent me a notice saying u tried to deliver it to the old address ONE HOUR AGO." I wanted to say "Its at the FARRAGUT POST OFFICE, YOU BITCH" but then I know I would have never got my screen.
After getting someone on the phone who had half a brain, they tell me that the package is "oh that package? yeah thats right downstairs" I asked if I could have someone pick up the package for me. No. Can they send it to me in Memphis? "You have to mail in some paper work" So wait...You fucked up, and keep fuckin up, and I gotta MAIL YOU something, which will take a week, or never reach you at all thanks to YOUR OWN SERVICE INCOMPETENCE. After convincing the manager there to let me fax him some information, he said he'd forward my package to Memphis, TN. A day later, he tells me that the package had been shipped off to Memphis and I should get it within 3 business days. Ok cool.Today was the day I was expecting it........
About an hour or so ago, I get a phone call from my brother TzaR's phone. It was Liz aka @Msphenomenal407. She's telling me she has something of mine that is very important. Turns out, TZ went to my old crib to get some stuff I left behind, and there was my package...just chillin. The delivery date was early last week.
Ok. WHY DID THE USPS tell me it was being DELIVERED TO MEMPHIS? DO THEY KNOW WHAT THE FUCK THEY ARE TALKING ABOUT ?????????????????????????????? THEY PLAYING GAMES!!!! You lose my screen, then say you found it a week later, give me a hard time about getting it redelivered, say it was redelivered, and it never was!!! YOU DIDNT EVEN HAVE IT TO REDELIVER IT!!!!!!
Stuff like this gets people *********.
So I'm gonna put his name out there. BRIAN FRAZIER at the FARRAGUT USPS station in BROOKLYN...on UTICA AVE. This is the lying bastard. If you see him there, and then later see him walking down the street, don't hesitate to ************, *******, or ********* at him. Let it all out, in the name of IMAKEMADBEATS.
By the way. I still have his fax number. I will fax him a direct link to this page. So if your reading this, Brian, FUCK YOU. You had a smartass mouth on the phone and didn't even know what the fuk you were talking about. This is why the USPS has less than 5 years until it goes out of business.
Sunday, November 29, 2009
A: "More Fiya" Featuring X:144, produced by Synopse
B: "Watching Me, Watching You" produced by Dante Lee
For Press, Booking, etc, email email@example.com
Sunday, November 15, 2009
The producer of Akrobatik's "Front Steps pt 2" and 1/2 of the Fatbeats distributed Critical Madness leaked a new song today. From the forth coming album "Close 2 Home." Download now!
Thursday, November 5, 2009
So..this post is really random. I was going through random mp3s on my computer and found a lot of funny things. One of them being me showing off the Micro Korg vocoder to my cousin Synopse, sometime around 2004. Days after this, I used this vocoder to make the beat for "All Im Askin" on the Transcontinental album released this year.
So Hezekiah let me hear his addition to the IMAKEMADBEATS album dropping on Culture Kings/Domination Recordings. I'm mad hype. Definitely put the cherry on top of the project. I met Hezekiah setting up last years Smash Mouf tour with Roc C and Oh No. Good dude all around. Shouts to Hustle Simmons and all my Philly area heads.
I WISH i could post a snippet of it for you all to hear...
"IN DUE TIME" -Outkast.
Tuesday, October 27, 2009
Shout outs to Sucio Smash and Squeeze Radio for playing the "Lets Go" single from "The Ozone" Mixtape released through Potholes In My Blog.
Check the playlist and listen here:
For those that don't know...
Airing on Thursday nights/Friday mornings from 1:00-5:00am, Squeeze Radio is the place to listen to hip-hop in New York City. In its original incarnation, DJ Stretch Armstrong and Bobbito aka DJ Cucumberslice co-hosted the Stretch & Bobbito Show. In the early 1990s the show was voted “the best hip-hop show of all time” by Source Magazine and “the best hip-hop show in New York” by the Village Voice. Today, Squeeze Radio is hosted by SUCIO SMASH. The show was voted best Hip Hop Show in New York by Time Out New York magazine.
So, I don't know if you would call this hip hop or not. I made it with vocalist Mylodic in the studio circa April of this year. We wanted to make something that sounded like how we felt when we surrounded the hookah. Shout out to my hookah heads. Before I tried it I thought it was crack, lol, until my Ethiopian sister IMAN and college homies MDot Coop and Greg Jackson convinced me otherwise. Exclusive download...
Sunday, October 25, 2009
TZ N IMMB in Manhattan outside of a CMJ Meet n Greet.
I JUST MADE A FAN PAGE ON FACEBOOK. I'm probably 903251 years late, but I thought Twitter had replaced such things. I guessed wrong. Check me out there. There will be a lot of random stuff that may NOT be on this blog. Plus its the one place people might actually post pics of my actual face.
check it out
This turntable is 12,000 Dollars.
Tuesday, October 20, 2009
In alot of my older stuff..the bassline was the main attraction..lol.
So, I uploaded some old beats. They are in the Reverbnation Audio player to the right. I probably won't leave them up for more than 72 hours. Some of these are old, others are old and are joints i feel like would never surface because I made them for me, not necessarily for a rapper. I think every producer has those beats..
Heres a brief story about them...
feel free to leave comments in the CBOX to the right.
Dont Say Nuthin.
I did this about 3-4 days after this single dropped and i got the acapella off the record. I still like this, I think.
I made this before I moved to NY, so around 04 I think. I could always see MOP on it. Maybe i should remake it.
303 Hard Rock TZ Instrumental
I made this as soon as I got my 303. I think 05. Tzsr did a song on it. I wont leave this up long, so when TZ releases it, it'll still be new.
Ha...05. Definitely sounds like Pete to me. I think thats a Rasco Acapella i cut in...
Definitely One of the hundreds of my easily influenced by Jay Dee beats..lol
No need to even try to hide it. Dilla dog all day. 04 for sure.
Early 2004. Still livin in Tzars living room..lol. Just got the S2000 Rack sampler and was testing it out.
Ha...I didnt have any sample records when i did this...was really just messin around..came out kinda funked out. This beat is funny to me...I'd rap on it tho!!lol.
Steele n Yuk n Relz
So 05/06 Im an intern at Quad studios and Im recordn my homey Relz. He brings in Steele of Smif n Wessun and Yuk. They need beats..i got this old beat on me from 04. Steele gets maaaaddd hype listenin to it. The rest is history.
Way Back Into Time
Me, Mdotcoop and the homey Liggy J used to freestyle to this in my college dorm. 06 i think.
Shuggie Otis sample. I just like this beat. Still. 04 i think.
SP12 Turbo Eclipse
Straight Sampled everything thru the SP. You can hear it in the piano...
NONE of these beats were on an MPC.
Interested in anything something? send me an email...
Monday, October 19, 2009
Wednesday, October 14, 2009
From Potholes In My Blog:
Last week we hit you with “Let’s Go” by IMAKEMADBEATS and Emilio Rojas off the forthcoming The Ozone, which showcases the underground hip hop scene of Orlando, FL and is hitting the interwebs October 20. Here’s one more treat to hold you over:
Swamburger is ¼ of Anti-/Epitaph group Solillaquists of Sound. Optiks is the 2008 Scribble Jam Producer Battle Champion who recently produced the bulk of Blitz the Ambassador’s widely-acclaimed Stereotype. “Woe Is Not Me” is the ridiculously dope result of their collaboration.
If you don’t have this song stuck in your head for weeks, we’ll give you a free download of The Ozone on October 20. And if you do? Then you’ll probably still want to download the mixtape for free when it drops on October 20. Enjoy…
October 20th: Potholes In My Blog Presents… The Ozone
Wednesday, October 7, 2009
From Potholes In My Blog:
Prepare to get thrown into the Ozone. On the heels of our last project Transmitting Live Volume 1, we’re switching gears a bit with a new mixtape highlighting talent both up-and-coming and established out of one of the hottest breeding grounds for underground hip hop…Orlando?!?!?
Don’t sleep – Orlando (aka Ozone) is bursting at the seams with talent, and you’ll understand why when we drop The Ozone on October 20th. To get you ready, we’re leaking a track from the project by IMAKEMADBEATS (yep, he reps Florida) and Emilio Rojas, called ‘Let’s Go.’ It’s some sinister shit. Pass it on…
Download: IMAKEMADBEATS – “Let’s Go” feat. Emilio Rojas [Mediafire]
October 20th: Potholes In My Blog Presents… The Ozone
Thursday, September 17, 2009
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Thursday, August 27, 2009
We did a test with Grime Life TV. We wanted to make sure that Grime Life could reach the levels of quality we needed. So Sean met up with my homie James out on Mcdonald and Church ave to record some scenes and review the quality. Check it out...
Friday, August 21, 2009
I'm a younger brother. Not just to my blood brothers, but to a whole crew. I started doing music as part of a group of rappers and producers called The Paradox Unit. I was still in high school in Memphis,TN, meanwhile my older brother TzarizM and older first cousin Synopse, both emcees and producers, were in college in OZONE (Orlando) FL. They pretty much made it hard for me (and a lot of others) get any shine in the local scene, with Synopse producing what became the longest running no. 1 song in the underground radio countdown, and TzarizM winning/murdering every lucrative battle within a 100 mile radius. Surrounding the two were a crew of lyrical mercenaries...which I will gladly name a bit later. After getting sent back to the drawing board by the two beatsmiths what seemed like 1904 times, Syn came with the idea of calling ourselves "The 3 Wisemen," because we were the main producers of what most would say is a large crew.
In 2009, the trio returns. Allow us to reintroduce ourselves.
The founder of the Paradox Unit. 1/2 of Snakeyes (Shout out to J Freedome). 1/3 of The 3 Wisemen.
He offers his new single "Do You Remember" from his upcoming album Magic Box. He will soon be celebrating "The 10 Year Anniversary of the Album That Never Dropped," an album titled ANLAC that was obviously produced and recorded a decade ago. Until that, and his new album drop, enjoy this single.
Monday, August 10, 2009
Here’s the first leak off the upcoming mixtape Transmitting Live Vol. 1, presented by DJ Traumatix and Potholes in My Blog, due out August 25th.
Some info about the project:
Over 25 exclusive, unreleased tracks featuring: Keelay & Zaire, Panacea, K-Murdock, Blu, IMAKEMADBEATS, Buff1, M-Phazes, Damu the Fudgemunk, Sene, Jon Hope, Objektiv One, The Tones, Trek Life, 9th Wonder, Arts the Beatdoctor, Muneshine, D-Sisive, Fundament, Blame One, Dujeous, Animate Objects, Dela, dumHi, King Magnetic, Elucid, TAIS, Jern Eye, J Freedome, Midaz, Slo Mo, The Regiment, The Red Giants (Jermiside & Brickbeats), Big Tone, Debaser (Sapient & Ethic), Descry, ESEMDEE, Joe Kickass, Ritchcraft, Kayo, Killing Skills, Nichelle Brown, Alternate Reality (Dumi RIGHT & Cadence) and many more!
Keelay & Zaire ft. Slo Mo - Pimp Dreams
Wednesday, August 5, 2009
PS. New music coming soon ft. J Freedome and Von Pea of Tanya Morgan.
Tuesday, July 28, 2009
Anyone who knows me should know or get to know these guys. I look forward to working with these guys in some form for the rest of my career, and we are just getting started. Listen now, before you catch on too late and everybody laughs at you.
From Domination Recordings:
Now available for free download is "The Problem" EP from Grey Matter. The EP features 6 tracks taken from the upcoming debut album coming soon on Domination Recordings.
About the artist: Grey Matter consists of Illustrate and TEMPERMENTAL. One MC and one Producer. It's a formula that allows each member to showcase their individual craft and allows their music to have a consistent vibe. The group formed in 2001 in Orlando (Ozone), Florida and soon after they released their first single on vinyl "No Question b/c The Problem". It achieved regular rotation on college radio and was picked up by "Music Choice" for the cable TV hip-hop channel. In 2007, they completed a 40 city US tour with the very talented Solillaquists of Sound. They are currently working on music and performing. Outside of music both TEMP and Illa teach audio engineering at Full Sail University in Orlando. Grey Matter has shared the stage with: KRS-One, Nas, Wu-Tang Clan, Pharoahe Monch, Killah Priest, Guru, Common, Grandmaster Flash, Solillaquists of Sound, Immortal Technique, Chino XL, Talib Kweli, Dead Prez, Kev Brown, Blakout, The Heart and Brain, Oh No, The Transcontinental, C-Rayz Walz, Butta Verses, Grayskull and Asheru of Unspoken Heard.
1. Strange Times
2. The Kickboxer
3. Same Old Story
5. Its All Included
6. The Problem
Free Download: Grey Matter "The Problem" EP
BlakMatter coming soon...
Thursday, July 23, 2009
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In the new video game, Grand Theft Auto Chinatown Wars, The Alchemist has an instrumental channel in the games radio feature. Taking it a step further, Al recruited Ohno, Phat Kat, MidaZ the Beast, Royce 59, Sean Price, Medafor, Roc C, Chino XL, Marvwon, Guilty Simpson and Evidence to add their vocals to it. Take a listen here and after build your own with the instrumental.
Thursday, June 11, 2009
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"Fans of West Coast underground hip-hop know Roc ‘C’ for his stellar debut mic appearance on the 2004 Oh No single “Move Pt. 2,” produced by J Dilla. Roc’s stand-out verse and cameo in the song’s video generated quite a buzz, leading to his own solo deal with Peanut Butter Wolf’s Stones Throw Records. Roc has made a lot of noise right out the gate.
Roc 'C' returns with a new song for the hustler's, "Hustler's Theme," featuring veteran Queens rapper/ Moesha actor Fredro Starr of Onyx and produced by the upcoming "madman turned producer" IMAKEMADBEATS.
Get it here:
The budding composer IMAKEMADBEATS produced the entire album The Transcontinental, a collaboration between him and Roc 'C', which will be released on E1 Records (formerly known as Koch) on May 19th featuring the likes of Rakka Iriscience, Chino XL, Rapper Big Pooh, and more. IMAKEMADBEATS is set to drop his self-titled solo production album featuring Roc C, Black Milk, Butta Verses, Steele of Smif-N-Wessun, Masta Ace and more this summer on Culture Kings Music."
BIG SHOUT OUT to Sean A. Malcolm aka DJ PROFILE, journalist and Lifestyle Editor of the recently defunct KING Magazine, for the feature! Check out the homie's blog here:
Monday, April 27, 2009
"Almost three years later, Roc returns with The Transcontinental, a complete collaborative project with IMAKEMADBEATS, a production outfit also known to Rah Digga, Steele and Mic Geronimo fans as Nemo. The work, releasing May 19th, is Roc's debut with E1 Records, formerly known as Koch. Despite the move, Stones Throw affiliates Oh No, Lootpack's DJ Romes and Wildchild lend hands. Rapper Big Pooh, Mic Geronimo and Chino XL also appear. "
Read More Here
Saturday, April 25, 2009
The Adventures of Rhyme & Sense
Fresh on the heels of 2 great bodies of work by NYC Producer 6th Sense (”It’s a 6th Sense Beat Yo!” and “It’s Notherground Music!!”) comes “The Adventures of Rhyme & Sense.”
Download it now!!!!
Thursday, April 16, 2009
Tuesday, April 14, 2009
M80 Presents: The Academy
Features Include: MidaZ the Beast prd by IMAKEMADBEATS, cRITICAL, RZA, Sean Price, Canibus, Planet Asia, n more.
PS. The Disposable Arts Sittin On Chrome Vet....prod. by IMAKEMADBEATS?? word??? 2009.
Friday, April 10, 2009
Indaba Music Contest for John Legend's "If Your Out There"
this is for cats who can appreciate some not so hiphop shit.
dont get it twisted tho..NeeM is still on that raw....lol
Wednesday, April 8, 2009
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Saturday, March 21, 2009
Indabamusic.com is hosting a new remix contest for John Legend, and Greg and I decided to try it out. I'll post it up as soon as we get the master engineer Ryan to check it out.
Its getting warmer in NYC. I just got over what felt like the realest sickness I've ever had. I hope the spring comes soon.