You’ve probably heard IAMSU without even knowing it: he’s the producer responsible for the slapping beat on “Up” by LoveRance (and on NYC radio, 50 Cent). He’s also a solo artist in his own right, and on his excellent new mixtape KILT he teams up with fellow producer/MC (and longtime FG fam) Trackademicks for the track “Clothes Shows And Afros.” Download the whole thing here.
Pitchfork reviewed Kool AD of Das Racist’s latest solo joint 51 today, mentioning our dude Trackademicks as part of the tapes’ “impressive” lineup of producers alongside Young L and more. We agree! Download 51 here, check out more from Track on his Soundcloud, and stay tuned for some new joints very soon… Read More
Birthday boy Trackademicks just released an awesome new suite of moody, futuristic instrumental r&b entitled Cherry 2000, grab it from his Soundcloud as one continuous piece or separate, DJ-friendly tracks.
Right on time for the last weeks of summer (always the smoothest) it’s a new, free release from Trackademicks, aka Alameda, California’s true King Of Slaps, aka master of the Western Slapademic Tender Smobbin Cosmic Music. Fresh Coastin features guest appearances from Freddie Gibbs, Phonte, Polyester the Saint and of course Track’s Honor Roll crew. Download and cool out…
In the latest edition of his “Liner Notes” video series, Trackademicks talks about the genesis of his State Of The Arts collaboration with Teedra Moses, “Face The Music.” The timing couldn’t be better, since the new Luxurious Undergrind mixtape from Teedra just dropped, featuring the Trackademicks-produced “Invitation,” as well as the 1-O.A.K-produced “So Special”. It’s a Honor Roll / Maybach Music explosion! Read More
After weeks and weeks of blood, sweat and InDesign, the Fool’s Gold chapter of Frank151 is out! You can snag physical copies soon at parties and select retail spots around the world (and via subscription, of course). But since the internet streets can’t wait, you can peep a downloadable PDF and flippable web mag version of the entire issue right here. What’s inside you ask? Read More