Monday, April 18, 2011

"I'm In Love" My 1st Single from "The Musical Chairs EP" FINALLY HERE!

"I'm In Love"- Written by A. Coleman -Produced By Dilemma of Hello World Music- Mixed by Tech -Mastered by Matt Einsidler

To Hear the Full Song-Click Here





To See the Video Teaser Watch Below


Friday, April 15, 2011

Stadium Red Studios (NYC)-Studio A- Naturel Session- Dilemma, illMind & Algorythm (4am)

Roll Playback, ACTION!!-Charles Dutton-"Must Be the Music" The Movie @ Sigma Sound







Actor Charles Dutton is in town through April 21 starring in and directing "Must Be the Music," a film he also wrote. The "Roc" and "Get on the Bus" actor plays a recording-studio mogul named Big Mike Watson in the hip-hop murder mystery. Tariq Trotter and fellow rappers Jadakiss, Trina and Ms. Jade, and singer Pleasure P are also among co-stars as is Lisa Wu, formerly of "The Real Housewives of Atlanta." "Bad Girls Club" cast mate Cat Washington,, also appears in the film, which is shooting for a few days at Sigma Sound (212 N. 12th), which recently added a soundstage to the famed long-running recording studio.
Dan Gross-Philly.com

Random PIc #2

ShowTime Pic #1- Tone Trump & I Roc'n "D Place" in New Jersey

Monday, April 4, 2011

Mr. Hello World- "Free Beat a Month Contest" Continues April Beat- Best Song Wins






Download Link for the April Beat
http://www.mediafire.com/?ukicnwdjcnc8ej9

And the Winner Is........" My Free Beat A Month Contest Winner for March



THE WINNER!!- G.WARRIOR


THE RUNNER UP!! - JIMMY STARNZ

Art 2 Heart #12- Jazz in the City


















April is Jazz Appreciation Month, and Philadelphia is ready to celebrate! Philadelphia has an extraordinary jazz heritage, beginning with Ethel Waters, and extending to John Coltrane, Billie Holiday, Joe Venuti, Eddie Lang, Stan Getz, Dizzie Gillespie, Sun Ra, McCoy Tyner, Grover Washington Jr. and other music luminaries, all of whom set the stage for the vibrant jazz scene the City still enjoys today.

Jazz Appreciation Month is a project of the Smithsonian Institution’s National Museum of American History and this year marks the program's 10th anniversary. To learn more about what Philadelphia is doing to celebrate, please visit http://creativephl.org/jazz.