Monday, November 30, 2009

Whisper feat Lee Sissing - Stand Up (video)

This is fucking brilliant. The big homie Whisper comes through with his latest video (not your debut, though, right?), 'Stand Up', featuring vocalist Lee Sissing and beats by M-Phazes. Great song, fresh clip...can't wait for this album!

Oh and if y'all ain't already know, check for Whisper on 'In Control' off Cee & Bekah's 'The Soul Movement Volume 3: The Final Chapter', on 'New Wave' off Notion's 'World Domi-NoTiOn' and on production for 'Anything For You' off Cee & Bekah's 'The Soul Movement Volume 2'.

City of God's Son by Kenzo Digital

Wow. Peace to the homie Micnificent for hitting me with this one.

“City of God’s Son” is an experimental hip-hop opera starring Nas, Jay Z, Ghostface, Biggie Smalls, Raekwon, Samuel Jackson, Delroy Lindo, and Laurence Fishburne. It is a crime drama/coming of age tale of three fictitious characters growing up in a crime ridden city in a jungle. This project explores the icon of the gangster in modern media, and weaves musical history and gangster film history into an operatic music based story of brotherhood and survival. An homage to 90’s New York hip-hop, “City of God’s Son” is the redefinition of the remix. Featuring legendary soul singer Joe Bataan. The musical/soundscape portion of the project is available for FREE download on this site, the visual/installation is coming this summer to NY.

COMING THIS SUMMER: City of God’s Son art installation:  This summer I will be creating a new form of Cinema, Theater, and Opera in an outside gallery space in NY's Chelsea art district. There, the listener will be able to experience COGS in the form it was initially intended, as a psychedelic abstract combination of visual and audio sensory over stimulation and deprivation in a unique outdoor setting. The installation is not a literal interpretation of the narrative, but rather a space that will help drive the listeners own visualization of the story through a mix of color, live action movement and gesture, sound, and space.

Press Release: HiPNOTT Records Signs Cymarshall Law & K. Sparks‏

Cymarshall Law & K. Sparks‏

Aight folks, so here's an update from the boss on new developments for HiPNOTT Records. Gonna be a MASSIVE year in 2010! Check out the updated HiPNOTT website too...

HiPNOTT Records Signs Cymarshall Law & K. Sparks

Miami, FL, November 29, 2009 - As with any new record label in their first year, 2009 has been a slow start for HiPNOTT Records. But that's not to say that it hasn't been productive! As we look into 2010, HiPNOTT Records is already looking to make its mark on the map and the hip hop world. And we'll be kicking the year off right with two brand new artists on our roster: Cymarshall Law and K. Sparks.

Cymarshall Law has been working harder than ever in 2009, since the release of his highly acclaimed album with Mr. Joeker, Hip Hop In The Soul. Released just a year ago, the album has received rave reviews from top hip hop sites such as Okayplayer and Hip Hop Linguistics. Cymarshall Law has also been recognized by peers such as Talib Kweli, who has said, "Cymarshall Law represents the best hip hop has to offer his energy and passion is refreshing in todays climate" and EMC's Wordworth, "Cymarshall Law has his own flow and originality that Hip Hop lacks plus lyrics."

On January 19th, Cymarshall Law will be releasing his first project on HiPNOTT Records; Creator's Kid EP. The 7 track EP is solely produced by D. Slaps, with the exception of one track produced by Remot. Creator's Kid showcases some of Cymarshall Law's best work to date and includes features from DJ JS-1, Silent Knight, Skit Slam, and Mary Lou. To give you a taste, we are dropping the first single today, "Harder Than Thou" featuring DJ JS-1.

Quite possibly the hardest working emcee of 2009, K. Sparks is scheduled to release his HiPNOTT debut in February 2010. Probably best known for his Manic Monday series, in which he released a new song every Monday for 52 weeks straight, K. Sparks has also released a countless number of mixtapes/albums this past year. With his hard work ethic and dedication, signing Sparks to HiPNOTT was a no-brainer.

As for K. Sparks' upcoming project, it's still too early to release all the details. Tentatively titled, A Day in the Life, the album will be solely produced by HiPNOTT producer G.C., who just recently released his $5 Cover project with emcee MaG.

Both albums will be available next year on iTunes and all other digital outlets, such as Amazon and eMusic. Check out the newly updated where you can read more about Cymarshall Law and K. Sparks, as well as hear music from all of the label's artists.

Jess Harlen - Watch The Water

JESS HARLEN "watch the water" from Joske Films on Vimeo.

I love this girl. She will definitely be one to watch in 2010.

Sunday, November 29, 2009

Lady Gaga and Kid Cudi - Poker Face live

I don't even really fuck with either of these artists that much, but this is dope.

Saturday, November 28, 2009

Timbaland on 'Shock Value 2'

Timbo speakin' on the new album. Shit, I hope it's better than the first.

Friday, November 27, 2009

TQ - Electronic (video)

Word to TQ. Been a fan since back in the day, interesting to see what he's been up to...

Drake in DJ Khaled's 'Fed Up'

Word to Drizzy.

Thursday, November 26, 2009

Mick Boogie & Terry Urban - Le Da Soul mixtape

The homies Mick Boogie & Terry Urban don't quit. They just came out with their latest project, a De La tribute...peep the info...

"Inspired by 20 years of greatness from hip-hop’s most consistent group, De La Soul, this project unites the cream of the crop in hiphop… including old school legends (Phife, Camp Lo and Skillz), current hitmakers (Talib Kweli and Kardinal Offishall) and future stars (U-N-I, Tanya Morgan, Tabi Bonney) to remake their favorite De La classics."

Mick Boogie & Terry Urban - Le Da Soul mixtape

Mick Boogie & Terry Urban - Le Da Soul mixtape

Download Mick Boogie & Terry Urban - Le Da Soul mixtape

Wednesday, November 25, 2009

Artist Feature: Malicious


Y'all know that over here at The Movement Fam, we stays supporting GOOD music, where it's from on our fair planet. And seeing that we're especially partial to Canadian music, it's no surprise we linked with Montreal's Malicious aka Mr Malish for this latest feature. It's been a busy week!

Malish been makin' noise in the north for a minute now. His latest project, "Life's Not So Sample", is a banger, and the single and video for 'Hometown' (a remake of Adele's joint of the same name) has been getting major love on YouTube.

Malicious took some time out to chat with us about his upcoming work, the Montreal scene and Modern Warfare 2!

Cee: Hey Malicious, what's been happening?
Malicious: Hey what's up, First off thanks for the opportunity.
I'm good staying busy working future projects and killing Modern Warfare 2 on PS3. Yeeeaaaah baby!

Cee: Aight, so tell the folks a little bit about yourself for those who ain't already know.
Malicious: For those that don't know I go by the name Malicious or Mr Malish. I'm Canadian. I rap, I produce, and am THE MOST VERSATILE emcee from my country. (I'm still working on being humble)

Cee: Your latest project is the mixtape 'Life's Not So Sample'. Tell us about that.
Malicious: That mixtape was a lot of fun to put together. In the process of working on my new album their were songs that due to sample clearance or overall direction couldn't make the cut. Ultimately those songs made there way on Life's not so sample. The mixtape/album deals with the frustrations of being artist in a city (Montreal) that's never seems to be satisfied.


Cee: The video for the joint with Adele is crazy. How has the response been to that?
Malicious: "Hometown" has received nothing but love. Montreal has so much culture that worldwide a connection can be felt with the video.
I've received messages saying things like "thank you for being so honest, and for finally showing a side of the city that's seldom if ever represented" Blogs and websites have been kind enough to share the video that although showcases Montreal, has an underlining tone and theme that can appeal to any town.

Cee: How's the scene out in Montreal? Is there much interaction with the English and French scenes?
Malicious: The MTL/Real city scene still has a lot of growing up to do but seems to be moving in the right direction.
It seems like Toronto's Drake has inspired more Canadians in general to pick up a mic. The French and English emcees don't collaborate as much as outsiders would think.


Cee: Have you been doing much touring/shows around the mixtape?
Malicious: I've done a few shows in conjunction with beer companies like Coors, and Labatt but for the most part have spent most of my time in studio working on my future projects.

Cee: Do you have a major release/album coming any time soon?
Malicious: Right now i'm a couple tracks in on the follow up album to "Music Starts With M". I plan surprising a lot of critics with this album. I'm taking my time with this one and plan on taking it places listeners haven't heard me venture to before.


Cee: Who have you been working with lately?
Malicious: Lol, I know HOW important that is these days in hip hop but I'd like to keep that a secret until the moment's right

Cee: What are your plans from here?
Malicious: To provide quality/undeniable music. There are many rappers, very few Hip Hop ARTIST, I plan on holding it down for the ARTISTS. Look out for me featuring on other projects, movies, new videos, and the new album, which at this time is still untitled.

Cee: Hit us with your contact details so the people can get at you!
Malicious: Damn! I got get my myspace poppin' again, lol


Tuesday, November 24, 2009

The Movement Fam @ Wiseguy Studios Mastering 'The Soul Movement Originals'

HUGE shouts to the homie Spec-T for having us at Wiseguy Studios last weekend to lace Cee & Bekah's unofficial debut album, 'The Soul Movement Originals'. Amazing set up, Nosh got his mastering steez on, and Spec's input was extremely valuable. Looking forward to the next mastering session and mad keen to get to recording the future projects @ Wiseguy!

Artist Feature: Tim Williams

Tim Williams

In our travels around the USA in 2008, we were lucky enough to get to hang with, and record with, musician Tim Williams in Atlanta, GA. Tim is an extremely talented musician, who astounded us by playing a right handed bass upside down. Amazing. Tim recently released his album 'Sunny Day', and we managed to catch up with him to find out about it.

Cee: Hey Tim, how's things man?
Tim: I'm doing great!

Cee: Give the people a bit of background on yourself.
Tim: I'm originally from the coast of Mobile,AL. I presently live in Atlanta,GA. I started in music at the age of 10 playing the trombone. I switch to bass in college after my room mate showed me the fingering. I recently release my jazz cd Sunny Day. The cd is now available at

Cee: When we met in Atlanta in 2008, you knocked out some basslines for us and I still can't get over the fact that you play lefthanded on a righthanded bass!! How did you manage to learn to play upside down?
Tim: When I started playing bass I taught my self how to play on a right handed bass because I did not have my own. I got so comfortable playing it upside down that I really don't think about it. Even though I'm lefthanded; if you gave me a lefthanded bass I probably would not be able to play it.

Cee: Alright, so you've just released your new album, Sunny Day. Tell us about that.
Tim: Sunny Day is a combination of contemporary, latin, reggae and traditional jazz mixed with R&B vocals. I have a group of talented musicians playing on the cd. The instruments include me on bass as well as sax, flute, trumpet, keyboards, drums and guitar.

Roderick A. Smith on sax and flute
Cedric Young on trumpet
Tony Carter and Charles Brown on keyboards
Edgar Clay on drums
Nathaniel Williams on guitar
Serretha Ransom on vocals
Sylvette Parker-Monroe on vocals
David Barnes on vocals
Victor Speakman and Andrea Smith on vocals

Cee: Was this a long time in the making?
Tim: I wrote some of the music several years ago but it only took us a couple of months to record it.

Cee: Who are you main inspirations musically?
Tim: A couple of my inspirations musically would be Stevie Wonder, Maurice White of Earth, Wind and Fire, jazz artist Grover Washington, Joe Sample and Stanley Clark.

Tim Williams

Cee: You recently performed at Bay Fest, tell us about that experience.
Tim: Performing at Bay Fest was a great experience; they have thousands who attend the event anually.

Cee: You've opened for some big names in your time, how has that shaped your music?
Tim: Opening up for R&B Funk groups like The Commodores, The Bar-Kay's and Con Funk Shun was great. I grew up listening to their music. It was an awesome experience!

Cee: What's the plans from here?
Tim: My plans for now is to continue promoting the cd by touring and air play on the radio.

Cee: Hit us with some contact information where the fans can hear your music and buy the album!!
Tim: My music can be heard at The music can be bought at this link also. I can be contacted at

Tim Williams

Monday, November 23, 2009

Model Mondays Feature: Robyn Kelly

 Robyn Kelly

Most of the models we feature are sourced by the homie DJ Grain, so they're mainly based out of the good old US of A. However, sometimes I get my hustle on and stumble across models in my travels, and today we have one of these young ladies for you. Robyn Kelly is of South African original but based in our hometown of Melbourne, Australia. She's had a bit of experience in the modelling game thus far, as you'll learn from her interview below, but stays on her grind and is looking to take it to the next level...

 Robyn Kelly

Cee: Where are you from?
Robyn: I live in Melbourne but I'm originally from South Africa.

Cee: How many years have you been modeling?
Robyn: Four and a half years.

Robyn Kelly

Cee: What are the misconceptions people commonly have about models that are untrue?
Robyn: That they’re perfect in every way. Everyone is individual and nobody is perfect.

Cee: What shows, videos, magazines, etc. have you been featured in?
Robyn: Suicide Girls, Zoo and the Model Academy.

Robyn Kelly

Cee: What photographers have you worked with?
Robyn: Ellie Sutton, Seth Jameson and John Vitole so far.

Robyn Kelly

Cee: What photographers would you like to work with?
Robyn: Wayne Daniels. Too many to mention, really. I just want to make a name for myself.

Roby Kelly

Cee: Any words for the ladies out there that have aspirations of entering the modelling industry?
Robyn: Everyone has to start at the bottom. It's about being confident and proud and good at what you do which makes someone more attractive.

Robyn Kelly

Cee: What's your plans from here?
Robyn: Hopefully get myself some good modelling work.

Cee: How can the people get in touch with you?
MySpace -
Model Mayhem -

Robyn Kelly

Sunday, November 22, 2009

Slaughterhouse - Microphone (video)

Fucking dope.

Saturday, November 21, 2009

Video: Emilio Rojas & Donnell Rawlings: 60 Moments (Episode 3)

Big ups to Emilio. Mixtape is crack. Donnell is hilarious. Peep.

Friday, November 20, 2009

The Movement Fam on

Cee & Bekah - The Soul Movement Volume 3

Big shouts to Christie Eliezer from for featuring The Movement Fam in his music industry blog, Industrial Strength, which is in the Top 10 Music Industry blogs in the world. Christie spoke about The Fam getting signed to HiPNOTT Records in the USA, the recent projects from Cee & Bekah, upcoming projects from Notion and our distribution deal shopping spree. The look was much appreciated!

Also, anyone in Australia can find the mention in any given street press magazine around the country.

Oh, and while we've got you...go grab yourself a FREE copy of Cee & Bekah's 'The Soul Movement Volume 3: The Final Chapter' mixtape if you haven't already!!

Thursday, November 19, 2009

DJ Green Lantern Presents Emilio Rojas - The Natural (mixtape)

Emilio Rojas - The Natural

It's here! Been waiting on this one for a minute. Y'all may have caught the leaks - 'Bold & Arrogant' and 'Tic Toc', but the whole joint is here. Emilio is one of the Fam's favourite MC's, so any time dude drops something new, it's exciting. Hit the jump (or click the cover) to download. I actually haven't heard this yet, will peep shortly but I'm excited. Do it.

01. The Countdown (Produced by Keelay & Zaire)
02. Piano Bounce (Produced by DJ Green Lantern)
03. Untouched (Produced by DJ Static & Charlemagne)
04. Sympathy For The Devil (Produced by Sean C & LV)
05. Only Just Begun (Feat. Day) (Produced by Boi-1da)
06. Bold & Arrogant (Produced by M-Phazes)
07. Breaking Me Down (Feat. Mateo) (Produced by M-Phazes)
08. Tic Toc (Feat. DVS) (Produced by M-Phazes)
09. Runway (Produced by J-Glaze)
10. I Want It All (Feat. Dwayne Collins) (Produced by M-Phazes)
11. The Rest (Produced by Battle Roy)
12. Tonight (Produced by 6th Sense)
13. City Lights (Feat. Tess) (Produced by Nottz)
14. Live For The Moment (Produced by DJ Green Lantern)

Download DJ Green Lantern Presents Emilio Rojas - The Natural

Wednesday, November 18, 2009

Robin Thicke - Sex Therapy

Rob is the king. Album is finna be wild.

Drake performance @ Touch nightclub

Dope, but annoying that he has his vocals on the beat.

Tuesday, November 17, 2009

Call of Duty - Modern Warfare 2

OK, Thrizz already posted about the psycho kids playing this game but...

What. The. Fuck.

Don't get me wrong. It's not like I haven't shot at a passer by in GTA before, but something about this just seems way more fucked up than anything I've ever seen in a game before.

One of my favourite blogs, Hipster Runoff, did a great post about this. Just hope everyone 'gets it'.

The Lessondary - Check The Rhyme 2009

The Lessondary

Here's the second leak from the upcoming A Tribe Called Quest tribute mixtape from DJ Chong Wizard. This one is courtesy of the 'Natti's The Lessondary crew. Dope joint, can't wait for this tape! Stay tuned for a Movement Fam feature...

Download Check The Rhyme 2009 - The Lessondary

Ras Kass - AMZIN (Street Video)

Ras Kass is STILL one of my favourite emcees of all time. Check out the dope street video for his new track "AMZIN" which will be on THE QUARTERLY, coming November 23 at Ras Kass Central.

As a bonus, here is the video for "THE RECONCILIATION" which will also be on THE QUARTERLY. Make sure you watch this one in full screen!

Finally, here's a video from a couple of months ago where Ras explains more about THE QUARTERLY.

November 23.

Video Games Are Bad For You

Video games are not only violent, they also cause violence. And self harm too, apparently. The fuck is wrong with kids these days?

Just watch.

Below is a classic with over 14 million views on Youtube.

Monday, November 16, 2009

Esscay - The Movember Mixtape

The big homie Esscay has just released his sophomore mixtape, entitled 'The Movember Mixtape' in support of the prostate cancer/depression charity that runs throughout the world in November every year. Big ups on your charity game, son.

So this is his latest work since 2006's 'Training Day Mixtape', which is a classic in my eyes (and not coz I was on it lol). Ess done got out the Antares Autotune for this bitch and murked the shit out of it. This is his first project entirely solo, doing everything from recording, mixing to promoting it, so huge props for taking on that responsibility.

The Movement Fam's own Micnificent even makes an appearance on 'Say Nothin' too. Fucking real.

Head down to and download this bitch right now! It'll change your life! And donate to the Movemeber cause while you're there!!

Take U To Da Movies [ Bangs ] - Acoustic cover by Jimmy Hunt

Wow. So I get this request to add a video response to my Bangs live performance video. And it says this:

"I was absolutely blown away the first time I heard Bangs sing 'Take U To Da Movies'. If you haven't heard the original, check it out before watching my video. The beat is amazing, and the guy's flow is so natural and so deep. I just had to do a cover of it, and I hope I did the song justice."

I was like, is this muhfucker serious? So I checked it out and it's GOOD!!! I never thought Bangs could be this soulful.

Artist Feature: Requiem

Melbourne's MC Requiem has been around for a minute now. After dropping his debut EP 'Coffee, Biros & Death' a few years back, the dude has been hard at work in the lab penning his debut full length album, 'Grassroots Anarchy'. With production from some of the finest producers in the country, including Ciecmate and Defiant, and a successful launch at Brunswick St's First Floor a little while back, Requiem is set to make some noise with this one. We caught up with dude to shoot the shit and chat about the album...


What up man? How’s things?
Things are going well man, I just had my album launch for my new album 'Grassroots Anarchy' and I’m trying to hustle some more shows around town.

What’s been happening since we last heard from you after you dropped your EP?
Since then I’ve been working on the new album, writing songs and getting beats and guests organised. Finally recorded, mixed and mastered and now it’s on the shelves.


So you’ve dropped your debut album, congrats! Tell us about the title, ‘Grassroots Anarchy’.
Thanks. Basically I just wanted to vent my frustration over some hard beats and 'Grassroots Anarchy' is the best way I can put that in words. There’s riots happening in cities around the world and my contribution to this anarchy is on a grassroots level, which is in the form of music.

Your music has always contained a strong social and political commentary. Where does this come from?
I think it’s worth saying something in your music. There’s too much going on in the world and too much going on locally to just talk about all the good times, cos it ain’t all good! I read a lot of news and do my research and recently the civil conflicts in Greece, France and Iran all took my interest and I had to speak on that. Also the way the streets are turning to shit is something worth noting. CDs getting harder to sell so if you’re going to put back yourself with a physical release now days you best be doing it for the right reasons and for me that’s having a soapbox to voice my observations on society.


You’ve worked with dudes like Ciecmate on your album, as well as a few other well known cats in the scene. How did you hook up with them?
I was looking for darker more banging production this time around, mood music. Something to set the tone for the album. I heard Defiant’s production on Brad Strut’s album and I knew Ciecmate had some bangers too so I hit them all up and found some gems.

You’ve got a couple features on the LP, including Fluent Form and Maundz. Who else have you been working with? Do you think the collaborations help shape your style?
I’ve known Maundz for ages and I met Fluent Form a year or so ago and they respect my style and vice versa so it made sense for us to work together. I also collaborated with my friend Tahireh Thampi because she’s such a beautiful soul singer. Working with others definitely makes you step your game up, but the same goes with working with producers – when I get a beat I want to do it justice.


How do you think you’ve grown as an artist since the EP?
When I put out the EP it was about five years worth of song ideas condensed into four solid tracks. I really put that release out to get those old songs out there and get some attention from listeners. With the album I was able to write fresh material and work with people I’d planned to for a long time and the time between I had a chance to grow and improve my delivery and sharpen my pen lyric-wise.

Have you been doing many shows lately? Will you tour off the back of this album?
Yeah I’ve done a fair few shows in recent months in the Melbourne area. As I said previously I’ve just finished my album launch. No plans to tour but am looking to do more shows.


What’s the plans from here?
Keep promoting the album, get on every mic possible and let the people hear my music!

Let us know how the people can get in touch with you, and where they can cop the album from!
You can go check out for all information including upcoming events, purchasing the album and more! Cheers.

Sunday, November 15, 2009

Melanie Fiona - Bang Bang (video)

The new Melanie Fiona vid is a killer, just like the song. This woman can do no wrong.

Dasha - "Back 2 The Future" And the winner goes to...

Dasha - Back 2 The Future

It's here! Two releases in one week from HiPNOTT Records, we definitely don't stop!

The homegirl Dasha drops her first release EVER in her 'Back 2 The Future' mixtape. Just downloaded it and about to check out the heat for myself!

Back 2 The Future

Saturday, November 14, 2009

11/12/09- Song #2 on Dasha's "Back 2 The Future" Mixtape Countdown!

Song number mo' to go!

Thursday, November 12, 2009

Drake - Forever (Travis Barker Remix)

Travis is a fucking beast. He ripped up Slaughterhouse's 'The One', now peep what he does to Drake's 'Forever'. The verse is INSANE!

Family Guy x Christian Bale

Christian Bale--Family Guy - Click here for more blooper videos

I'm sooooo late on this. Wow. Awesome.

11/11/09-Song #3 on "Back 2 The Future" Top 10 Countdown!!!

Three days to go!!! Dasha, what up!

Wednesday, November 11, 2009

"MEET MoSS" Eternia & MoSS - Road to Release EP#13 feat. DJ PREMIER, TERMANOLOGY & STATIK SELEKTAH

What up, E? Check my girl out on Twitter!

"In Episode #13 the world is introduced to super-producer MoSS. Admittedly an elusive cat, MoSS appears w/ Eternia on FLOW 93.5 FM in Toronto to debut the world premiere of a song from "AT LAST". DJ Premier, Termanology & Statik Selektah speak on why MoSS is that dude, & MoSS gets excited over some banned vinyl from Chile. Just another day in the studio...

11/10/09- Dasha's #4 pick on "Back 2 The Future" Countdown

We're nearly there, people!

Tuesday, November 10, 2009

Thicke and Jigga - Meiple behind the scenes

This joint is growing on me. Video is dope.

Cee & Bekah - The Soul Movement Volume 3: The Final Chapter OUT NOW!

Cee & Bekah - The Soul Movement Volume 3: The Final Chapter

So it's here. Finally. Over a year's worth of work has culminated in Cee & Bekah's third and final mixtape (before venturing into EP's, albums and wherever else their musical journey takes them), 'The Soul Movement Volume 3: The Final Chapter'.

After working with the biggest names in Australia on their last mixtapes, there was nowhere left to go but the USA. Cee & Bekah linked up with Mick Boogie and Terry Urban, respected American DJs who have produced, mixed and hosted official mixtapes for the likes of Kanye West, Little Brother, Skyzoo and Idle Warship (Talib Kweli, Res, Graph Nobel), and critically acclaimed mash up mixtapes with Adele and Jay-Z/Coldplay.

This is our first release since being signed to Miami, FL based blogger Kevin Nottingham's label, HiPNOTT Records, so this is a very exciting time for The Movement Fam.

'The Soul Movement Volume 3: The Final Chapter' is a landmark release for Australian 'urban' artists (a term Cee & Bekah don't like to use, as they coined their own genre, 'Soul Hop'), as no other artist in this genre has even attempted a mixtape of this scope, let alone made it happen.

Download the mixtape for FREE from Cee & Bekah's Bandcamp page, and grab a copy of Volume 1 and 2 if you haven't already.

The Movement is here!

Cee & Bekah - The Soul Movement Volume 3: The Final Chapter

Dasha - /9/2009- "Back 2 The Future" Coutdown...Song #5

Number 5! What up Dasha?!

Monday, November 9, 2009

11/8/09-6 days til the future...Dasha Top 10 From "Back 2 Future" (song#6 and P.H.A)

More Dasha...and fuck the haters!!! HiPNOTT BABY!!

Sunday, November 8, 2009

Cee & Bekah - Say (produced by Infinite Archetype)

Aight y''s nearly here. The final leak from 'The Soul Movement Volume 3' is an original joint. 'Say', produced by the homie Infinite Archetype outta Perth, is a smooth, soulful cut that really summarizes our sound.

Download Cee & Bekah - Say (produced by Infinite Archetype)

Also, peep the video. We laced this real quick, mad rough, no editing, just us speaking on the new mixtape, working with Mick Boogie and Terry Urban, the new project and everything that we have going on.

Thank you all for you constant support and cop the mixtape this Tuesday 10th November!!!

11/7/09- Dasha's 10 Top from "Back 2 The Future" (song#7)

And it's song number #7 for Dasha...

The Carter Documentary

This looks dope as hell. Even if you're not a Weezy fan, shit'll be interesting as fuck.

Saturday, November 7, 2009

11/6/09- 8 days til "Back 2 The Future" (Dasha's #8 song from "Back 2 The Future")

And the Dasha vids keep coming...

Friday, November 6, 2009

11/5/2009- 9 Days Til The Future....(Dasha's #9 Favorite Song from "Back 2 The Future"

Dasha's video with 9 days to go...

Thursday, November 5, 2009

11/4/09-Countdown to Dasha's "Back 2 The Future"! (FAV SONG #10)

The homegirl Dasha's first vlog leading up to her debut mixtape release, just four days after 'The Soul Movement Vol 3'...gyeah!

Wednesday, November 4, 2009

How to get noticed on YouTube

Great advice from a "YouTube artist", Priscilla Renae. Shouts to the homie Leegit for this one!

Latest Leak from Cee & Bekah's Soul Movement Vol 3 [Hosted by Mick Boggie & Terry Urban]‏

Cee & Bekah

Oh, we just keep on giving. It's Christmas up in this bitch. Freebies all day, son. ONE WEEK TIL THE MIXTAPE DROPS!

"We are just one week away from the official release of Cee & Bekah’s Soul Movement Volume 3, hosted by Mick Boogie and Terry Urban. This is the third (and best) of the Soul Movement series and the first being sponsored by my label, HiPNOTT Records.

For the next leak, we bring you “Too Dope,” featuring The Understudies from the San Fransisco Bay area. If the beat sounds familiar, it should, as they go in over the Black Milk banger “Motown 25″ (originally done by Elzhi and Royce Da 5′9).

So check out what everyone Down Under is raving about… and check out their updated profile page at where you can also download the first two volumes of the Soul Movement series.

Download Cee & Bekah - Too Dope feat The Understudies

MaG & G.C. - $5 Cover‏

MaG & G.C. - $5 Cover‏

So HiPNOTT don't stop...this month is gonna be ridiculous, with the dope ass MaG and G.C. project, Cee & Bekah's 'The Soul Movement Volume 3' mixtape with Mick Boogie and Terry Urban, and Dasha's mixtape...goddamn...Kev, tell em...

You’ve heard the leaks, now here’s the final project from MaG and G.C.$5 Cover. This project has been in the works for sometime and I am proud to be able to offer it today as a free download via my label, HiPNOTT Records.

$5 Cover plays like a show, as the New York emcee MaG gives us the performance of his life over some of G.C.’s finest beats. Add in a special feature from Zack Berkman (of P. Diddy’s Starmaker fam) and you have $5 Cover.

Download via HiPNOTT Records’ new Bandcamp page below...

Download MaG & G.C. - $5 Cover‏

MaG & G.C. - $5 Cover‏

Del The Funky Homosapien - Lyrics To Go 2009 [prod by Bidimridim]‏

Del The Funky Homosapien - Lyrics To Go 2009 [prod by Bidimridim]‏

I'ma let Kev speak on this one but I wanted to say, don't sleep on this one! The Movement Fam are finalising our lil submission for this mixtape as we speak, and it's real exciting to be a part of it...

"This is the first leak from the A Tribe Called Quest Tribute mixtape that has been in the works for a few months now. Del the Funky Homosapien straight murders this update to "Lyrics To Go." Thanks for your support...

DJ Chong Wizard in collaboration with, Thick Magazine & Vita Morte have joined forces to present the first single off the forthcoming A Tribe Called Quest Tribute mixtape called Eclectic Relaxation. This single features none other then Del The Funky Homosapien from the legendary Hieroglyphics crew. Being that Del is also a official member of the Native Tongue posse and close friend of Q-Tip’s it was only right for us to get him involved on this mixtape. On top of that the song is produced by one of our contest winners… Bidimridim!!!"

Download Del The Funky Homosapien - Lyrics To Go 2009 [prod by Bidimridim]

Tuesday, November 3, 2009

Ayah - In My Lifetime video

Ayah-In My Lifetime (Official Video) from Ayah on Vimeo.

Here's the new Ayah video off her 4:15 album. Love this girl.

50 Cent feat Ne-Yo - Baby By Me video

Monday, November 2, 2009

Video: Classified ft. Maestro, Choclair & Moka Only - Quit While You’re Ahead

The latest single off the homie Class' latest album is 'Quit While You're Ahead' with an all Canadian line up of Maestro Fresh Wes, Choclair and Moka Only. Dope, dope track.

Sunday, November 1, 2009

Jay as Drake's hypeman??

Beleeeeedat. Jigga brings out Drizzy to rock 'Successful' at his recent show in T.O. You know you done made it when Jay's your hypeman.

Skyzoo - Popularity (video)

The new Skyzoo video. Shit is fresh. Good look on the Emilio apperance.