In honor of his new EP, Fifty Seven LA will be hosting Tutu Sweeney’s album release for Family Pants. Tutu’s brother Te’Amir Sweeny held his album release event for Favela here earlier this year, and will now accompany his brother on the drums, as Tutu sings and plays the keyboard for his own individual release.
According to Tutu himself, “Family Pants is a blend of sounds from Rock, Soul, to POP and Urban music. I Recorded this EP in my little house studio in Highland park, giving myself a challenge of writing this project and recording it in no more then 2 weeks, so I could capture a true live and rugged feel. That is the idea of Family Pants.“
RSVP HERE: Downstairs Fifty Seven :: Tutu Sweeney 9/20
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RELATED: Oldies But Goodies: Te’Amir – L.A. SOUL [EP]
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Bills play the Chicago Bears today. Bills Mafia !!!!!
Mackenzie, aka Kenzo, aka my ace boon, right hand man of Flagrant City, SOS General, my potna dem, sent me this random joint via Gmail with the following words included in the body of the email thread:
He was right.
Check out this fairly recent video (released 8/21/14) by LA native Pyramid Vritra featuring Huey Briss.
KENZO KNOWS. BUFFALOWE SAYS.
Raven Sorvino is a smooth talker and she has an even wetter flow on this brand new, funky track inspired by the Queen of Foxy, “Pam Grier.” Keeping a humble, yet brutally honest approach on this song, Raven gives sexy fly, with a dash of hood chic, with production by Iman Omari.
Stream and download below.
PREVIOUS: Raven Sorvino – In The Beginning (prod. Willie B) [VIDEO]
ALSO: Raven Sorvino feat. Dee Goodz – Can’t Get Enuff [LEAK]
We’ve got a new, impromptu, exclusive track by Richmond, VA’s Nickelus F. This cat is no stranger to Flagrant City, as he was featured on three of our latest projects: Illicit Activities V, mixed by DJ Tiger from this past 420, and Illicit Activities IV: Prey IV Reign, with two separate mixes from DJ Slim K out of Houston, TX and DJ Tiger of NYC.
This particular track Nickelus F produces the cut himself and asks for fans and listeners to give him some much appreciated feedback after jamming this in the whip. Click the stream link below to listen and comment on this post with your thoughts!
Also check out this oldie but goodie from Nickelus F, which was featured on both versions of Illicit Activities IV: Prey IV Reign (available for download below), the video for the hit underground single “Tanqueray,” off of the album VICES.
PREVIOUS: Flagrant City x DJ Tiger presents Illicit Activities V [MIXTAPE]
ALSO: FLAGRANT CITY X DJ TIGER X SLIM K PRESENTS ILLICIT ACTIVITIES 4: PREY IV REIGN [MIXTAPE]
Rhyson Hall of We Stole The Show gives us an inspirational track amidst the tragedies unfolding in Ferguson, MO and across the United States where police officers are killing unarmed, men and women, primarily black.
The revolution will not be televised, be alert, stay in the know.
PREVIOUS: STS Xclusive Mix Session shot by Rhyson Hall of WSTS [Video]
ALSO: We Stole The Show – Firehouse [VIDEO]
In the words of Scolla himself “I’ve been traveling as much as possible, living life to the fullest and documenting it all in some of the best music of my career…all I can do is step out on faith and See How It Goes.”
Check out the latest inspiration and feelings of optimism from Scolla below in his latest single “See How It Goes” featuring Kay Franklin with production from Kay Franklin & DrewsThatDude, mixed by Vibe Haus.
PREVIOUS: Scolla – Foxy Brown (Prod. Click N Spark & DrewsThatDude) [SINGLE]
ALSO: ROGER feat. Scolla – Goodlife (prod. Drum GAHD) [SINGLE]