BuzzFeed: 7-Year-Old Artist Draws Iconic Record Covers


This is Yung Lenox. He enjoys music and drawing and his first solo art show opens this month.

This is Yung Lenox. He enjoys music and drawing and his first solo art show opens this month.

You can see his work in person starting August 30th at Seattle’s Alive and Well.

2. Minor Threat by Minor Threat (1981)

3. We Can’t Be Stopped by Geto Boys (1991)

4. Bad Brains by Bad Brains (1992)

6. Amerikkkas Most Wanted by Ice Cube (1990)

7. 400 Degreez by Juvenile (1998)

8. Purple Rain by Prince and the Revolution (1984)

9. The Chronic by Dr. Dre (1992)

10. Only Built 4 Cuban Linx by Raekwon (1995)

 

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AUDIO: DEEP SOULFUL HOUSE: The Move Compilation (Tokyo Dawn Records)


Tokyo Dawn Records – The Move

 

This one’s strictly about house music – but from a TDR perspective. From A like Amalia to V like Vindahl, this first issue of ‘The Move’ features nearly all of your favourite TDR artists in a house frenzy. With previously unreleased remixes, edits and DJ versions from the likes of Alex Barck (Jazzanova), Andreas Saag (Swell Session), Atjazz, Blaktroniks, Kissey, Opolopo, Om Unit and more, it’s definitely time to get your move on!

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Release date July 16th 2012
Label code TDR12-004
Distribution Digital / CD worldwide
Release page http://www.tokyodawn.net/the_move
Production Blaktroniks, Colonel Red, Comfort Fit, SoulParlor, Swede:art, Opolopo, Portformat, Positive Flow, Vindahl
Vocals Amalia, Andre Espeut, Coco (Quadron), Colonel Red, Farah, Gregory Porter, Howard Marks (Mr Nice), Jacob And The Appleblossom, Jenny Wilson, Kissey, Stan Smith
Remix artists Afronaut (Bugz In The Attic), Alex Barck (Jazzanova), Andreas Saag (Swell Session), Atjazz, Henry L, Ingo Sänger, LFX, MdCL, Om Unit, Opolopo, Simon Tappenden, Souled, Vilhelm Sundin

Soul Of Sydney: ‘FUNK’ music blog, beamin’ out of Bondi Beach, Australia.
Pushing local Funk, Disco, Hip Hop, Soul, House & DNB since 2009.

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EVENT: DeltaBravo Presents : C+C Music Factory Freedom Williams Live – Sydney This Saturday + Local Support from Special guests: Confection and Merv Mac Plus DJ’s: Nasser T, Mac, Sam Boutros, Trey & MK1 Hosted by Mr Jayson


The ’90s revival is not complete without C+C Music Factory!!!

For the first time in Australia, Delta Bravo proudly presents

FREEDOM WILLIAMS THE ORIGINAL VOICE & FRONT MAN OF
90s DANCE SUPERSTARS – C+C MUSIC FACTORY

Freedom brings an explosive, energy packed live show featuring the massive anthems of C+C Music Factory and lot’s more.

You know the anthems – Gonna Make You Sweat (Everybody Dance Now) / Things That Make You Go Hmmm / Do You Wanna Get Funky & lots more…..

SYDNEY

SAT 14 JULY
FACTORY THEATRE / 105 Victoria Rd, Marrickville

Tickets on sale now at:
http://www.factorytheatre.com.au/

Special guests: Confection and Merv Mac
Plus DJ’s: Nasser T, Mac, Sam Boutros, Trey & MK1
Hosted by Mr Jayson

ONE SHOW ONLY!!!

 

EVENT: SOUL, FUNK , HIP HOP – RADIO RAHEEM’S SOOPA SUNDAY on Today @ Chiga A Lings Feat. DJ’s C-man, Juzzlikedat | Public Enemny – Fight The Power (Rare Full 7 Min Extented Version)


RADIO RAHEEM'S SUNDAY SPECIAL Today @ Chiga A Lings Feat. DJ's C-man, Juzzlikedat + Friends

RADIO RAHEEM’S SUNDAY SPECIAL Today @ Chiga A Lings Feat. DJ’s C-man, Juzzlikedat + Friends

BBQ & Sunday beats on the menu! With JUZZLIKEDAT & CMAN + guests servin up a mixed grill of Funk, Soul, Hip-hop, breaks’n’samples + some forgotten 90’s favourites!

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dropping vintage gems like this..

PUBLIC ENEMYFIGHT THE POWER (FULL 7 MIN VERSION)

AUDIO: BOOTLEG ALBUM: Max Tannone – Mic Check 1234! (HIP HOP / PUNK )


AUDIO: BOOTLEGS: Max Tannone Mic Check 1234! | HIP HOP VS PUNK BOOTLEGS!

Mic Check 1234! is a remix album consisting of rap and punk music. Despite their initial musical differences, the two genres also share many traits. Great rap and great punk both make you want to affect change, to rebel against the status quo, or to simply just get up and move. The music often stemmed from a place of social and economic inequality while exhibiting a fierce do-it-yourself attitude in the process; inspiring kids all over the world to strap on guitars, scream into microphones, ruin turntables, and mash drum machines. My aim was to take my favorite emcees’ more socio-political material and pair it with some of the best punk bands ever. This is the result. Download the full project at http://miccheck1234.com

Release date: Jun 12, 2012

AUDIO: BOOTLEGS: Max Tannone Mic Check 1234! | HIP HOP VS PUNK BOOTLEGS!

VIDEO – AUS HIP HOP : New II Kings music vid “Break Free” featuring Ashleigh Munn.


English: The Bondi Beach, Sydney

English: The Bondi Beach, Sydney (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

The official music video for the song “Break Free” performed by II Kings featuring Ashleigh Munn.

Beat by Atomic Beats.
Mixing by Nine Diamond.
“II Kings Intro” by Ravi Rajcoomar.

Video footage obtained via: Oceans (A French documentary)

Soul Of Sydney: ‘FUNK‘ music blog, beamin’ out of Bondi Beach,
Pushing local Funk, Disco, Hip Hop, Soul, House & DNB since 2009.

Web: http://www.soulofsydney.org
Facebook : http://www.facebook.com/soulofsydney
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