Gensu Dean and Planet Asia’s debut collaboration album Abrasions is in stores today (February 26). Check this free promotional download and if you’re feeling it, support the project via a purchase HERE.
Posts Tagged ‘Mello Music Group’
Tags: ABRASIONS, download, entertainment, Gensu Dean, Mello Music Group, music, Planet Asia, preview
Tags: entertainment, love, Mello Music Group, music, The Black Opera, Valentine's Day
The Black Opera dropped this on Valentine Day’s as anode to the beauty of women in their many manifestations. Their latest album, Libretto: Of King Legend, can he purchased HERE.
Tags: ABRASIONS, album, entertainment, Gensu Dean, Mello Music Group, Planet Asia
Tags: 7evenThirty, entertainment, Heaven's Computer, Lee Bannon, Mello Music Group, music, remix
Sacramento’s Lee Bannon is behind the boards for this synth-featuring remix to one of the standout tracks off 7evenThirty’s recently released Heaven’s Computer. The album is available HERE.
Tags: Apollo Brown, Dice Game, download, Guilty Simpson, Mello Music Group, Planet Asia, preview
If you haven’t check out Apollo Brown and Guilty Simpson’s Dice Game project, here’s another sample that has Brown turning some James Brown-derived soul into a street banger. Dice Game can be purchased HERE.
Tags: Drugs, entertainment, Flight Plan, high, J. Bizness, Mello Music Group, music, The Black Opera, video
“Giraffes” was dropped back in August and today J. Bizness supplies some visuals directed by Andy Madeleine. The mysterious young woman showcased throughout the video goes on a journey mixing natural and synthetic highs to coincide with insightful lyrics from The Black Opera. This bonus track can be found on Bizness’ Flight Plan album.
Tags: download, entertainment, libretto, Libretto: Of King Legend, Mello Music Group, Melody Betts, The Black Opera
“Learn from the past, never live in it…”
For those who haven’t checked out The Black Opera’s highly creative album Libretto: Of King Legend, here’s the latest single entitled “The Black Lair.” The song focuses on the power (and danger) of perception. Is truth relative or absolute? The Black Opera explains the track further in their own words below. If you like what you hear, support the duo by purchasing the album HERE.
If perception is king, what is deception? We all know looks can be deceiving, so can space and time if there is no beginning or ending. The Black Opera speaks to this fact and challenges the listener with “Black Lair”. When people talk history, many stories can combine and collide over time to make up what is determined to be “true”. Some stories travel thousands of miles and hundreds of years before they reach the ear. Once they do, it’s up to that audience to decide what’s real to them. “Black Lair” is an homage to how powerful, and in some cases how weak the mind can be. It’s up to you to determine which side of history you fall on.
Tags: Apollo Brown, Detroit, Dice Game, download, entertainment, Guilty Simpson, Jay-Z, Mello Music Group, preview, Yvonne Fair
Guilty Simpson and Apollo Brown have joined forces for “Reputation,” an ode to their native city of Detroit. Using words such as “uncompromising,” “soulful” and “gritty” to describe their sound, the track reworks the familiar Yvonne Fair sample to give it a little extra thump to Simpson’s vivid lyrics. The duo is set to drop a full album entitled Dice Game that can be pre-ordered HERE.
Tags: 2012, 7evenThirty, apocalypse, calendar, cosmic, end of the world, Heaven's Computer, Mayan, Mello Music Group, prediction
“Shine light in your third eye…”
In honor of the release of his Mello Music Group debut, Heaven’s Computer, 7evenThirty has dropped a free download for the Mayan apocalypse inspired “Twenty Twelve.” Over rock guitar riffs, 7evenThirty offers a palette of cosmic allusions that also serve as the concept behind Heaven’s Computer. The album is can be purchased HERE and streamed below.