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Hey guys, we made a studio recording of Creep by Radiohead. Its a cover done in a cappella.
We’re students at Chapman University with a passion for music, and all part of the a capella group called Men Of Harmony. We would love your support!
Beast Van Productions presents Vancouver hip hop artist Kid Lithium’s new video ‘You Ain’t Got Nothing To Say’. The video was shot in the Colorado Desert amongst its surreal landscapes which include Salvation Mountain and The Salton Sea.
Song Written and Produced by Kid Lithium
Directed/Edited by Lauren Graham
Cinematography: Jordan Blady
Color Correction & Additional Cinematography: Mike Bishop
You can find ‘You Ain’t Got Nothing to Say’ on the “The First Downloadable Drug’ by Kid Lithium at…
I have a new project, an album called ‘the notorious xx’ — biggie over the xx’s album. it’s coming out (free DL) on Thursday, but I’ve released a couple tracks at waitwhatmusic.com, along with the first video: juicy-r (biggie’s juicy over the xx’s vcr): http://www.vimeo.com/10371115
Let me know if you guys want an advance of the album — thanks!
Tag Team stole from 95 south right here, some video proof, and my first track post, a mash up of said tagteam track
Yo party people, whuzhappenin?
I go by the name, well names depends what i’m doing, but mostly DJ Durrty Unk. I come from Sydney Australia and I play basically anything. I thought I might post something for once and see y’all response to it.
But first (cos it fits in with ish)
This video proves that Tag team copied 95 souths Whoot there it is, with Whoomp there it is 6 months later
And this is me taking Tag Teams vocals, and throwing them over a Japanese guitar Duo called Depapepe. So what you got, is some strange ass ish. I might go make a b’more version too if y’all dig this one so tell me what you think. This track is dropped as Mr Potato (my alias for mash ups)
Mr Potato pres. Tag team vs Depapepe
Whoomp! Summer Parade
and If you wanna hit me up, heres my msn. you can find me on facebook widdit:
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Killa Kela took a little time out of the studio to see day light (briefly) to make the video for ‘Built Like an Amplifier’.
His sound is bigger and louder than ever before and helping him steer at the helm was producer James Rushent of ‘Does it Offend You, Yeah?’ and Co Producer of the latest Prodigy album. Kela has also been conspiring in the studio with Sway, Alan Braxe, The Cool Kids and Hadouken! to name a few.
This song is big, bold, banging, not to be missed and impossible to ignore.
Shot by Steve Glashier, the video contains, crazy Japanese girls, one over excited Japanese Business Man and Kela wrestling over a karaoke mic. This visual and aural treat is available for your eager eyes below. Who wins the battle? You’ll have to watch it to the end to find out..