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PHZ-SICKS – THE MOMENT

album: PHZ-SICKS, THE MOMENT
featuring Scolla, Alison Carney, Lyriciss and Seanny Greggs

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Woodbridge, VA rap artist PHZ-Sicks (pronounced ‘physics’) presents The Moment, his new album featuring Detroit rapper/singer Scolla, singer Alison Carney, DMV rapper Lyriciss and fellow Triple S crew member Seanny Greggs as well as production from Stompboxx Music, Best Kept Secret, Epik the Dawn, Kriss Liss and Kajmir Royale. The album’s release comes on the heels of the John Ledbetter-directed music video for “Coming Down” (click to watch) as well as the single releases of “The Love Scene III” (click to listen) and “Black Women” (click to listen). PHZ was a 2011 DMV Best VA Male Rap Artist nominee and has opened for Wale, J. Cole and more. “This project was two years in the making, starting from the writing process, beat selection, constant musical changes and hours inside the studio to get where we are today,” says PHZ-Sicks. “The album is called The Moment because I feel with everything I put into it, this is the moment where my life changes. Where I get to pursue this passion like there is no tomorrow and finally reaping the rewards of the sacrifices I made to get to this point. The Moment is the embodiment of me and it’s all I can give to the world.” Click here to watch a video documenting the making of The Moment, and visit PHZ-Sick’s Bandcamp page to purchase a personally signed and messaged CD copy.

PHZ-SICKS, “COMING DOWN”

video: PHZ-SICKS, “COMING DOWN”
song produced by Best Kept Secret | directed by John Ledbetter | The Moment drops 12/3

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“Coming Down” on Soundcloud
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Woodbridge, VA rap artist PHZ-Sicks (pronounced ‘physics’) presents the John Ledbetter-directed music video for “Coming Down”, the Best Kept Secret-produced single from his forthcoming album The Moment. The “Coming Down” video comes on the heels of the single releases of “The Love Scene III” (click to listen) and “Black Women” (click to listen). PHZ was a 2011 DMV Best VA Male Rap Artist nominee and has opened for Wale, J. Cole and more. “The beat transported me back to the time I was living in Mississippi with my grandmother and family,” says PHZ. “I felt that since I showed my loved to them lyrically, I should do the same visually. Various family members are shown throughout the video through photos as the song rides along. We’re close to Thanksgiving and this is my way of saying thanks for being a important factor in making me the person and artist I am today.” The Moment drops December 3. Click here to watch a video documenting the making of The Moment.

Written By: James Dunn

PHZ-SICKS, “THE LOVE SCENE III”

single: PHZ-SICKS, “THE LOVE SCENE III”
produced by Stompboxx Music | f. Scolla, Alison Carney | The Moment drops 12/3

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Woodbridge, VA rap artist PHZ-Sicks (pronounced ‘physics’) presents “The Love Scene II”, the new single from his forthcoming album The Moment. The third installment in a three-part series spread throughout three albums starting with 2009’s Less Than Zero to 2011’s The Laws of PHZ-Sicks, “The Love Scene III” features Triple S Crew/RLES member Scolla and DC electric soul singer Alison Carney. “The Love Scene III” comes on the heels of two singles from The Moment, “Black Women” (click to listen) and “Coming Down” (click to listen). PHZ was a 2011 DMV Best VA Male Rap Artist nominee and has opened for Wale, J. Cole and more. “I feel ‘The Love Scene III’ is the best of the series and Scolla and Alison took the song to another level,” says PHZ. “The craziness of the beat is a good idea of what is expected off of The Moment and this is version of The Love Scene III is just a sample. It gets even more amazing on the album.” The Moment drops December 3. Click here to watch a video documenting the making of The Moment.

Written By: James Dunn

Drake and Crew Take Shots Out of His Grammy Award

After unleashing four new tracks as well as announcing the release date for his new LP, Drizzy uploads a clip that shows him doing shots out of the Grammy that he won Best Rap Album last year for Take Care. With Legendary ceremonial behavior, the visual hints at the expectation Drizzy and his crew have for the forthcoming album that drops September 17.

J. Cole featuring Nas – Let Nas Down (Remix) #MadeNasProud

With arguably one of the biggest weeks in hip-hop this week in 2013 so far, J. Cole presents the proof that he did not “Let Nas Down,” but in fact #MadeNasProud. The legendary Queensbridge emcee blesses the much-discussed record with new bars and offers his perspective on the remix of the Born Sinner standout track. Give it a spin below and salute.

 

Big K.R.I.T. – King Pt. 3

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K.R.I.T. sounds right at home over the soulful production of No I.D. as he proceeds to serve up a wisdom-packed verse from the close to heart perspective we’ve come to appreciate from the Southern emcee. Big K.R.I.T. brings back his “King” freestyle series today, sharing the third installment via his website. This time, K.R.I.T. goes in over the beat from “Stay” off of Nas’s Life is Good album.

J.Cole – Born Sinner: #OKNotToBeOK + Hot97 Freestyle

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In the latest segment of SoulCulture’s mental health campaign, #OKNotToBeOK, Roc Nation’s North Carolina emcee J. Cole discusses experiencing depression for the first time whilst crafting his anticipated sophomore album, Born Sinner.

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J.Cole featuring Jhene Aiko – Sparks Will Fly

Born Sinner released today June 17 & the Roc Nation star unveils another collaborative effort with Los Angeles songstress Jhene Aiko. Titled “Sparks Will Fly,” the mellow track narrates the ups and downs, struggles and successes and difficulties face in a relationship. Here, J. Cole falls back on an “introvert” rap tip, while Aiko employs her striking vocals with effortless ease. Enjoy the single below. Preview the Born Sinner LP here available via Jcolemusic.com

 

 

Mac Miller – Watching Movies

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Mac Miller – Watching Movies (Official Video)
Produced By Sap & Larry Fisherman
Presented by Rostrum Records, Rex Arrow Films & TreeJTV
From the upcoming album “Watching Movies With The Sound Off”

Directed by Rex Arrow & Larry Fisherman
Produced by Matthew Corset
Shot By Will Elder
Edited By Ian Wolfson
Production Design By Diane Zurno
Hair & Makeup by Elle Favorule
Casting By Kelli Huarte
Executive Producer: Benjy Grinberg
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XXYYXX – Pay Attention

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Fresh off of a European tour, XXYYXX delivers new music. The new song, titled “Pay Attention,” premiered via his soundcloud today with the words “Off of the new album” in the description. No word yet on when his forth-coming sophomore album is set to release, but the replay-value of “Pay Attention” is sure to buy the 17-year-old producer some time until listeners start demanding further information.