MadKem puts the visuals to a track from La Vie en Bleu. On the song, The Breeze, he links up with affiliate K-Hill for some added narration. This track is about ambition, persistence, and the pursuit of utilizing one’s abilities to the fullest extent. At least that’s how I see it.
MadKem is dwelling in the darkness right now. And lets face it, when an artist goes into a dark place, some of the best music gets made. This joint is soulful, and the way MadKem handles the chorus makes it even more so. His forthcoming album. La Vie en Bleu is dropping really soon, and as goes with all Elementality music, I certainly think you should look to copping that.
New music from Elementality’s MadKem. We did a review for his last album, Charles Workman last year and he’s ready to release his latest project, La Vie En Bleu in 2013. Bobby Flay is the first sample from that project produced by Analogic…are you not entertained? Simply one of the most unique artists making hip hop…
Artist: DJ K.O.
1.Stand Up! (feat. Silent Knight, Jered Sanders, Justin Bates, K-Hill, East & MadKem)
2.I Can Tell (Remix) [feat. MadKem, Silent Knight & K-Hill]
3.Pick a Card (feat. Justin Bates)
4.Meek Man’s Dream (feat. Jered Sanders)
5.Drunk Girls (feat. MadKem, Jered Sanders & Silent Knight)
6.EMP Cypher (feat. MadKem, Silent Knight, Jered Sanders, Justin Bates & K-Hill)
7.Power of the Tongue (feat. K-Hill)
8.Ogre (feat. Silent Knight)
9.Kill ‘Em (feat. Justin Bates & MadKem)
10.A Few Good Men (feat. MadKem, Justin Bates, Silent Knight & K-Hill)
11.Do Ya Thing (feat. East)
12.Seize the Moment (feat. MadKem)
Elementality is home to some of the most talented emcees and producers in the business and it all starts from DJ K.O. He can orchestrate some beautiful music with his team and that’s exactly what he does with EMPBeTheTeam. Everything is done in house production wise and with the duties on the mic because when your camp is this talented you don’t have to rely on anybody else.
New single from the EMPBeTheTeam album by DJ K.O. The emcees articulate stories about that girl who had a little too much to drink in the evening. The production mellow, perhaps even a little soulful, while lyrically it’s all just a little humorous to hear the emcees discussing their tales of the drunk girl.
There are many artists that deserve your support, but perhaps none so more, as DJ K.O. You remember DJ K.O. right? He’s the man who helped bring you over 5o dope hip hop tracks for FREE last year. He is also the man who dropped one of the illest albums from a producer…ever. Picture This dropped in 2008 and featured countless dope producers and emcees and now he is back, four years later with his sophomore effort…EMPBeTheTeam.
This track definitely has the funky factor behind it and brings the entire Elementality team so check the cut, and then make sure to cop the album when it drops.
Here are the latest, and may I say, dopest visuals from the Charles Workman album. The video puts this song in a new light for me. Make sure you check out the album if you have not already.
This is my second favorite song off the Charles Workman album and interestingly enough it is the second video dropped by MadKem. You certainly should check out the album.
Album: Charles Workman
01 Dayz of Rot (prod. Madwreck)
02 Hawking’s Cortex (prod. Madwreck)
03 To Be In Love (prod. DJ K.O. & Madwreck)
04 Ms. Badu (prod. Darren Paul)
05 Victory (prod. Beatnick Dee)
06 Holy Mackerel (prod. Analogic)
07 Bacon (The Main Ingredient) (prod. Madwreck)
08 Frank Muller f. Jered Sanders (prod. SeeMore)
09 How We Do (prod. S. RAW)
10 Malcolm Browne (The BQE Remix) f. Skyzoo (prod. DaveNotti)
11 The Moon (prod. Madwreck)
‘These are the dayz of rot!‘, the words resonate as you begin listening to MadKem’s first album, Charles Workman. The track (Dayz Of Rot) has a tribal, yet funky feel to it. It starts of with what sounds like some tribal chant, then hit you off with some bongo drums, and then the finger snaps. The track has a feel unlike any other that I have heard in 2011. The use of vocal samples and a very organic production make this a track that you will remember. MadKem drops lyrics that put the listener on to what brought him into the rhyme game in the first place and where he is going with it. Everything about this track is exceptional. Madwreck definitely deserves props for his work behind the boards on this joint.
This is the illest cut off of a very good Charles Workman album. I am glad that this is the video they are leading with before the release of the album next week. The song is just so different from a production standpoint. If you like this track, why don’t you pre-order the album? It only makes sense, right?