Supastition – ‘Honest Living’ EP

Via:

This is a collection of songs dedicated to the working class and loosely inspired by NC’s failing economy. Supastition was inspired to write the EP after NC became the first state to eliminate federal unemployment benefits in 2013. A lot of people, including Supa, felt the effects of it. While he was searching for a job himself, Supastition documented those struggles first hand with the Honest Living EP. Croup is no stranger to Supastition music. They recorded their first official song (Adrenaline) on Supastition’s The Deadline. Since then, they’ve been working together and crafting songs. Croup is one of the few producers who didn’t change his sound just to get major placements. As a unit, Supa and Croup both refuse to compromise their sound and only care to appeal to those who dig that vintage sounding hip hop. 

Thank you to all of the supporters worldwide who gave this EP an honest listen. If you’re loving the music then please spread the word to those who you think will enjoy it as much as you do.

“What Difference Does It Make?” (Documentary)

RBMA trailer….

February Mixtape ’14 (Love, Free style)

Finally got around to doing this mix today on a very snowy Saturday (yet again).. This one is for all my club heads from back in the day, hopefully it’ll bring back some good memories…

and more – you will never find another love(acapella)
fascination – remember
corina – give me back my heart
nyasia – now and forever
cynthia – endless nights
rios – you
judy torres – no reason to cry
johnny o – fantasy girl
giggles – love letter
lisa lisa – take me home
india – the lover who rocks you
soave – crying over you
g.t. – i need you
johnny o – highways of love
body and style – listen to my cries
noel – like a child
tka – come get my love
jill – match made up in heaven
nayobe – please don’t go
clear touch – fallen angel
lisette melendez – together forever
voice in fashion – only in the night
tonasia – tears of tears

&More at the ‘Freestyle Honor Awards 2013’…

..Singing the classic “You’ll Never Find Another Love”. Too bad we only got a shitty audio/video of it, but you can check out this track on my ‘February Mixtape’ that i’ll be dropping tomorrow.

Rios Sisters – “You” and “Hold Me” …

Live Performance

The kings of Freestyle…

TKA had a whole catalog of classic joints..This is one of my favorite ones.

Live ’86 performance ‘Voice In Fashion’ (Video)

I continue to post up classic Freestyle joints in preparation for the upcoming Valentine’s Day mix

Corina live performance from ’88..

Doing the Freestyle classic “Give me back my heart”…

Stevie B. (Video)

Stevie B (Steven Bernard Hill) is an American singer, songwriter, and record producer who was influential in the Latin freestyle and High-Energy, mostly from Miami dance music scene of the late 1980s. Also known as the King of Freestyle, Stevie B is perhaps best-known for his 1990 number-one hit “Because I Love You (The Postman Song).”

Born in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, Stevie B worked a variety of jobs—from car washing to fast food—before gaining recognition for his 1987 national club smash “Party Your Body”. It was also the title track of his 1988 debut LP, which eventually went gold. In 1989, he had his first top 40 hits with “I Wanna Be the One,” “In My Eyes,” and “Love Me For Life.” With his 1990 album, Love & Emotion, he reached the height of his success, with the accompanying single “Because I Love You” enjoying four weeks at number one on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 in December 1990. He had two subsequent top 15 hits with “I’ll Be by Your Side” and the title cut. In 1998, The Best of Stevie B was released, highlighting the light dance-pop sound that marked the start of his career.

A documentary clip on ‘Latin Freestyle’ (Video)

I figured i’d post this clip on the Latin Freestyle music scene from the mid 80’s to late 90’s before i drop my upcoming ‘Freestyle’ mix on Feb. 15th. Enjoy!