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New single from Tacoma rapper Jay Barz

If you’re into rock/rap, check out this joint I mastered for my guy JAY BARZ a while back. This song goes hard! If you’re feeling it, please support him by purchasing it on iTunes or listen on Spotify.

https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/underestimated-feat.-sky-pilot/id630873876

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Twin-G – “I Shouldn’t Be Alive” ON SALE NOW!

Check out my label Street Level Records‘ latest release from Twin-G! I recorded, mixed & mastered the entire album and also produced the tracks:

– “Whoa”
– “Put it Down”
– “The Set-Up”

I also co-produced various other songs. Support Seattle Hip-Hop! CD’s are also on sale at http://www.streetlevelrecords.com/discography/twin-g-i-shouldnt-be-alive-2013/

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Check out Seattle/Tacoma rapper HAVi’s new album “Self-Portrait”

Looking for some dope undiscovered talent? Then I highly recommend you support this up & coming MC named HAVi and purchase his album. Coming out of Seattle by way of Tacoma, I believe he used to go by the name HAVi Blaze, but it appears he’s been trying to shake the Blaze from his name. For more info on HAVi check him out at his site http://www.haviblaze.com/

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Havi Self Portrait CD (front)forwebsite

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Check out Seattle producer Marcus D’s latest album!

Seattle Hip-Hop producer, Marcus D, who recently relocated to Tokyo, Japan to start his new record label Absolut Zero, has released his latest musical endeavor “The Cool Vol. 1.” His label’s debut album is a full length compilation featuring the artists from his label and sprinkled with instrumentals that have a smooth, jazzy Hip-Hop sound inspired by the Jazz greats of the 20th century.

“The Cool is inspired by Miles Davis, Gil Evans and co.’s The Birth of the Cool; a collaborative project of a similar nature that gave rise to the “cool jazz” movement of the 1950s and 60s. Just as Davis and co.’s sound brought a seemingly watered-down “bop” era back to its jazz roots, The Cool aims to bring jazz hip-hop back to its American boom-bap roots and provide a sound-scape enjoyable for listeners in Japan and across the world. Without further ado, Marcus D & AbsolutZero proudly present to you, volume one of The Cool.”

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Check out Marcus D’s label Absolut Zero here: http://www.facebook.com/absolutzeropro

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