Thursday, December 30, 2010

DX News Bits

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Both Daylight and Nightlight are available HERE

Monday, December 27, 2010

Wednesday, December 22, 2010


So TzarizM and Varras Tower are at it again, this time joining forces to produce the "WORD OF MOUTH" video/movie...?

I've seen some crazy clips. It's gonna be very interesting.

Shout out to all the participating characters and extras.

Thursday, December 16, 2010

Madness "Classy"

One of Ozone's finest does it again. Real classy though. Shouts to Madness of Critical Madness (shouts to cRITICAL too, btw) for dropping this video!


Free EP: IMAKEMADBEATS - Nightlight EP

Producer IMAKEMADBEATS Releases Second Half of Daylight/Nightlight Dual-EP

The EP:

Producer IMAKEMADBEATS is back again with the release of the free EP Nightlight as the second half of his dual-EP concept album Daylight/Nightlight. Daylight/Nightlight takes a multifaceted look at the highs and lows of life, evident through the stories delivered by collaborators Butta Verses, the lyricist behind the Daylight EP, and Nightlight emcee MidaZ The Beast, most recently heard on his last mixtape The El MidaZ Affair and as a guest on Alchemist’s GTA: Chinatown Wars Gangrene Mix. While the two EPs are being released separately in a radio edited digital format, IMAKEMADBEATS and Doxside Music Group will later release both for sale together in an unedited physical format.

Nightlight finds MidaZ delving into the darkest corners of the mind with ferocious vigor. As IMAKEMADBEATS’ partner-in-crime in the grimy duo known as BlakOut, MidaZ masterfully manipulates words in the same style that has helped build his reputation in underground circles as a force to be reckoned with. IMAKEMADBEATS completely flips his style on this half of the project, providing MidaZ with tense, hard-hitting beats to vent over – musical beds that fit the edgy tone set throughout the EP. Songs like "Subliminal Diss" and "Word Of Mouth" capture the Nightlight theme, exploring unfiltered angst, while previous single "Flyers" features MidaZ taking shots at lazy and incompetent show promoters.

On January 18, 2011 IMAKEMADBEATS will drop his self-titled solo debut, featuring Black Milk, Von Pea of Tanya Morgan, Butta Verses, Hezekiah, and more on Doxside Music Group.

Download Nightlight EP here:

Friday, December 10, 2010

@MagestikLegend "The Great Escape"

yep. Its dope. You can just skip over the words. Alright, you need to read something?...

From the homey Magestik Legend:

Magestik Legend’s album The Great Escape is out now!! Special limited edition “Signature Series” physical copies are available as well as digital outlets such as iTunes, Amazon etc.

The feedback we've been getting is that one of the favorites on the album is Starter Pistolfeaturing heavy hitter Guilty Simpson, andML's right hand producer Astronote. So here is a Free Download of the track.

Magestik Legend + "Starter Pistol" ft Guilty Simpson (prod Astronote)


Also, for folks in the Ann Arbor/Detroit, Michigan area, make sure to support Magestik Legend for his joint album release party in Ann Arbor, alongside Crown Royale (DJ Rhettmatic + Buff1) and special guest, Danny Brown on Thursday, December 9th!

Solillaquists of Sound "Gotham City Chase Scene"

Movie Of The Year. Shouts to @Solilla (S.O.S.) and X144 (Director)!!

From The Solillaquists:

If you haven't been keeping up with us, you may have missed the release of our latest music video for "Gotham City Chase Scene". This is the second video in our trilogy directed by X:144 and acts as a prequel to the video for "Marvel" released earlier this year. Just like "Marvel", this video was a true community effort and shot on a $0 budget. Please visit the link, watch the video, leave a comment, and do all you can to spread this link for it:


The Song:

In the latest single to come from IMAKEMADBEATS' innovative dual-EP Daylight/Nightlight, IMMB enlists the lyrical styling of MidaZ The Beast to form the duo Blakout and take us into Nightlight. A stark contrast in both name and style to the Daylight side of the EP, "Flyers," the first single from Nightlight, is chock full of angry rhymes over a "venomous soundscape," as IMAKEMADBEATS calls it.

Taking aim at the darker side of life MidaZ spits about a lack of respect from promoters and all hip-hop heads in general, delivering his rant with palpable emotion, with the song's title and repeating chorus serving as the main focal point for the emcee. "I’ll never forget Method Man’s 'Torture,' says IMAKEMADBEATS, speaking on the inspiration for the song's subject matter. "In it, he said, 'Say what you like, just spell my name right.' This song is dedicated to people who don’t respect you enough to spell your name right."

Nightlight, in its edited form, will be available for free download next week. Daylight/Nightlight will be available in its full, unedited form for sale as a physical release in the near future.

Download "Flyers" for free here:


Thursday, December 2, 2010


Just listen to it. That's all I'm asking for. Download if you like it.