Sunday, April 29, 2012
In this fifth episode of "Death to Wack Rappers" (D2WR) Khemist shares his new music with DJ Damage. Tre Drumz, Dilemma, and Khemist put the finishing touches on D2WR.
Here is the fourth episode of "Death to Wack Rappers" (D2WR). Watch as Suzann, Dilemma, and Shannon express their opinion about the wackness that is abundant in the entertainment industry... wack artists, wack live shows, wack promoters, wack video directors. STOP THE WACKNESS!
Here is the third episode of "Death to Wack Rappers" (D2WR). Watch as Khemist takes you on his journey to the studio, to lunch, and back to the studio to record more tracks. Caution: Rhonda is angry.
Friday, April 27, 2012
Monday, April 23, 2012
Here is the First episode of "Death to Wack Rappers" (D2WR). Watch as Khemist takes you on a walk around Philly and shares what gave birth to this mixtape project.
Tuesday, April 17, 2012
I had the chance to do the Theme Music for the new music show The Bridge on Fuse which premieres Tuesday, April 17th. Get a feel for the show with this exclusive first look. Watch The Bridge on Fuse every Tues. - Fri. at 4P/3C
Labels: The Bridge Fuse Hip Hop
Wednesday, April 4, 2012
Tuesday, April 3, 2012
Monday, April 2, 2012
Norman “Jeff” Bradshaw, musician, recording artist, family man, the trombonist extraordinaire with a charismatic and larger than life personality, will release a delicious buffet of musical delights—his long-awaited sophomore album, aptly titled Bone Appetit (April 24, 2012 – Hidden Beach).
A 20 song-collection in two volumes of what Bradshaw describes as Soul-Jazz with R&B connotations, Bone Appetit features nearly a dozen guest appearances by some of Jeff’s many friends like Raheem DeVaughn, Marsha Ambrosius, Kindred the Family Soul, Maysa Leak, Coko of SWV, musician/producer PJ Morton of Maroon 5, Hip-Hop diva Ms. Jade, Christian rapper TWyze, and female MC Natalie “The Floacist.” Co-Executive Produced by Bradshaw himself and Hidden Beach CEO Steve McKeever. Producers for the album include Adam Blackstone, Dan “Dilemma” Thomas, Mitch “Catalyst” Cohn, Rayfield “Ray Ray” Holloman, and Pete Kuzma (Jill Scott’s former music director).
Bone Appetit gives consumers the option to purchase digitally in two volumes (iTunes, Amazon) or as one 2-CD set. First up is Bone Appetit Vol. 1 – Main Course, which features 13 songs and interludes, followed by Bone Appetit Vol. 2- Deuxieme Cours, a splendid 7 song EP. For fans desiring a full palette of Bradshaw, both volumes are combined in a deluxe 2-CD configuration, titled Bone Appetit – Double Issue. Either way, there is plenty of Jeff Bradshaw to satisfy.