Hudson Music Project - 2014 After Movie
Hudson Music Project - 2014 After Movie
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Mac Miller Talks Beats, Larry Fisherman, and Watching Movies With The Sound Off With The-Re-Up.com
The-Re-Up.com x Chance The Rapper "Acid Rap" Interview
The-Re-Up.com x Chance The Rapper "Acid Rap" Interview
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Wu-Tang Clan Member's Inspectah Deck and Cappadonna talk about Marijuana Legalization & More

Listen x Download: Bipolar Sunshine x Goldlink – Future (PART 1)

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  DOWNLOAD BIPOLAR SUNSHINE x GOLDLINK - FUTURE PART 1   Come up artist Bipolar Sunshine just dropped a collaborative track with DMV (Washington D.C., Maryland, Virginia) favorite, Goldlink. Listen and download "Future (Part 1)" above!

Watch: Danny Brown - Smokin & Drinkin (Music Video)

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Danny finally released the visuals for his banger, Smokin & Drinkin.  The video depicts Danny's typical house party, check out the insanity below!    

Show Preview: PHILADELPHIA x PITTSBURGH Glitch Mob - Love, Death, Immortality Tour Stop

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The Billboard charting Electronic trio Glitch Mob is back on the tour game and they’re about to show the city of Brotherly Love Death and Immortality some hard hitting synths and of course, head bangin’ bass! Their taking over the Electric Factory with The M Machine and Chrome Sparks for a Halloween concert your not going to want to miss. After charting in at #13 on Billboard with their Sophomore Album, Love Death Immortality (yes I made a pun earlier) all your rave regulars are sure to be there in full PLUR attire getting down to some crucial shuffling and all around good vibes, you know the drill. If Philadelphia might be a little too far for you Pennsylvania bass heads, Glitch Mob will be making a stop in Pittsburgh on the 23rd of October at the AE State Theater for another Electronic Rock based symphony of well-placed rhythms that are sure to get the crowd moving. Whether you’re looking for a high quality performance, or the wildest Halloween that you might barely remember besides the fact that all of Glitch Mob’s hit tracks off their latest release are going to be stuck in your head for days to come, definitely check out their performance if your in the Pittsburgh area on the 23rd of October or Philadelphia for Halloween. Our team’s going to be there so come through and trade some candy with the crew and enjoy the bass!

Listen x Download: Offset x Hoodrich Pablo Juan x Jose Guapo x Peewee Longway x Quavo – Trap Dab Freestyle

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    This morning Quality Control Music released a trap anthem featuring all of the usual suspects; Offset x Hoodrich Pablo Juan x Jose Guapo x Peewee Longway x Quavo, listen and download "Trap Dab Freestyle" above!

Listen: Steve Aoki x Flux Pavilion - Get Me Outta Here

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    Steve Aoki just teamed up with the legendary Bass pioneer, Flux Pavilion for a dope new collaborative track entitled "Get Me Outta Here". This track was actually premiered at TomorrowLand last year and was not released until now, check it out above and look out for Steve Aoki on “Jimmy Kimmel Live” on Tuesday, September 30 in support of his upcoming project Neon Future I

AGHH Talks Business and Beats With Producer J. Reid

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unnamed Agirlandherhiphop.com just came through with a crucial interview with Atlanta based producer J. Reid who recently cut a beat up for Boosie himself, check out what he had to say below!   AGHH: For those who are hearing of you for the first time, where are you from? J. Reid: Well of course, my name is J. Reid and I am from Decatur, Georgia. I attended Stephenson High School in Stone Mountain, Georgia. After high school, I attended Alabama A&M to play baseball for a year, but was mainly focused on my music. I left after my first year of college and returned back to Atlanta to pursue my dreams. AGHH: How did you get your start in music? J. Reid: The beginning of my music career began in middle school at the age of 13. I was in the jazz and marching band from the sixth grade to the 12th grade. I learned to play the drums, french horn, bass guitar and the piano. Everyday after leaving school, I would go home, and take the beats in my head all day and work on Fruity Loops 3.4, which is currently known as "FL Studio" and make tracks for my self and my friends...and the rest is history. I was around 15 years old and I knew at that point I wanted to produce music. AGHH: How would you define your sound? J. Reid: All of the music that I have produced is very soulful. The vibe of music that I create is always something that catches your ear every time you hear it because I always try to add depth and various elements to my music. I like to believe that my sound has no real definition. I only say that because I do all kinds of music. I love to make Pop, Rap, Country, Rock, Jazz , E.D.M, Gospel and R&B, which keeps me from being in just one box. AGHH: What do you use for inspiration when producing tracks? J. Reid: When I'm in the studio, I get inspired off of the feeling and the vibes of the room, or off of how I'm feeling that day, or off of what kind of vibe the artist has...which really makes a difference in what comes out in the end. I make my best material at home with my wife and two dogs...they really give me the most inspiration mainly because its a calm atmosphere filled with love and positive vibes and it's more of an controlled atmosphere where I can truly tap into my inner self and allow my creativity to soar freely AGHH: How did you hook up with Lil Booise? J. Reid: In January 2013, my current manager Raphael a.k.a "Bolo" introduced me to Mel and Turk who are the owners of Trill Entertainment . They were looking for producers to finish up some projects for their label. Little did I Know this project contained vocals from Boosie. At this point in time Boosie was locked up and the media was as saying that he was to be released from jail soon. I had the opportunity to produce nine songs with only access to Boosie's vocals. I had to prior phone conversations with Boosie. So I would go as far as making two or three tracks for the same vocal just to give him an option to see what he would like. AGHH: Besides Lil Booise, who else have you produced for? J. Reid: After I did well with the Boosie Project, the label asked me to produce for Webbie's fourth album. I agreed and produced 18 out of 19 songs on his last album, Savage Life 4. I've also been in the studio with producing new songs for Jagged Edge, OMG girls, Lil Trill , Rich the Kid (QC the Label), Slice 9, new material with Boosie, and countless Independent artist. AGHH: You used a unique process for producing "Show Da World," describe this process. J. Reid: When I was approached with the Show the World record, I was honored! Not knowing first hand it would be the single that would be the avenue to change my entire career. Of course like I said before, the only thing I had to work with was just Boosie's vocals. No tempo, just him singing the hook by himself and some unmixed verses. When I first received the song I was so excited I think I started making a uptempo club track, which I liked but later felt that it should have been deeper than just a club song. In essence this song could have been done a million different ways, but I knew that it was my job to really bring it to life and show the world what kind of producer I am. I started with the piano melody that's at the very beginning of the song, then added some strings and figured out a chord structure. From that point, grabbed a few drums from the kit I was using for the Webbie project and started jamming away. I emailed the song to Mel and he replied, "That's a hit." Once we got the full structure of the song, we brought in Kiara to be on the song on the top of the hook and in the background. After this two or three day process I knew it needed a real bass line, with a real bass guitar player. Our engineer Howard called in one of his guys, he took about five minutes to hear the original, computer generated bass line I had, took my idea and flipped it. Now it's the masterpiece that we know as "Show The World!" It would be Boosie's first release from jail and my first song on the Billboard chart. Peaked at number 13 on the Urban Charts and number 27 in top 100. J. Reid makes new beat for Kevo AGHH: Where do you see your career in the next 5 years? J. Reid: The next five years of my career, I can see my company leading the music industry in production, and as a label. My company name is Chevi Muzic Productions, we sign and consult writers, artist, producers, and engineers. I have a vision of a strong independent record company that can bring a sound to the game that is unmatched. In the next five years, I want to be the producer that has a hit song in every genre. I want to achieve goals that no one has ever reached for and take dedicated, focused, and ambitious people with me. AGHH: When can we expect to hear your next production and who is it with? J. Reid: I just finished recording a few songs with the OMG Girls, which was agreed to be their next single. The Boosie album is dropping soon and I have some dope productions on there as well. Webbie and I are always in the studio he will be dropping some new music soon. Last but not least, I am dropping a mixtape of all of the music that I have produced over time. Almost like a greatest hits album but, it will also have a taste of music from all of my new artist that I have under Chevi Muzic. AGHH: Anything else to add? J. Reid: I just want to say I appreciate all the support so far from everyone. To all of those who follow us on Instagram, Twitter and get up to date releases on Soundcloud... I really appreciate the support too.

Listen x Download: Logic - Under Pressure

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    Logic just dropped a banger of a track entitled "Under Pressure" leading up to his debut album releasing on October 21st, listen and download the track above!

Listen x Download: Black Milk x Bun B - Gold Piece

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    Rapper and Producer Black Milk just linked up with Bun B for a dope new collaborative track entitled "Gold Piece" definitely listen and download this one above!

Listen x Download: Mac Miller x Rick Ross – Insomniak (JayCeeOh & HIDEthenSEEK Remix)

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    Pittsburgh bred artist JayCeeOh just remixed Mac Millers banger of a track featuring Rick Ross entitled "Insomniak" with his co pilot HIDEthenSEEK, listen and download above!

Listen x Download: Childish Gambino - Sober

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    Childish Gambino just unleashed some vocals off his latest upcoming album STN MTN / KAIUAI listen and download "Sober" above!

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