• Mos Def – Ms. Fat Booty (Junior Star Remix)

    <p><a href=”http://vimeo.com/11566447″>Mos Def – Ms Fat Booty (Junior Star Remix)</a> from <a href=”http://vimeo.com/bamalovesoul”>BamaLoveSoul</a&gt; on <a href=”http://vimeo.com”>Vimeo</a&gt;.</p>

    The Cape Town International Jazz Festival is one of the highlights of the music calendar for so many good choon lovers. The line up will often have a surprise or two but it never disappoints. The first round of artist announcements was recently made and these are the acts you can expect to grace the stage in March.

    1. Earth, Wind and Fire (US),
    2. Christian Scott (US),
    3. Dave Ledbetter and the Clearing (SA),
    4. Dave Koz (US),
    5. Esperanza Spalding (US),
    6. Gang of Instrumentals (SA),
    7. Gazelle (SA),
    8. Hanjin (Singapore/Hong Kong),
    9. Hubert Laws (US),
    10. Ivan Mazuze (Mozambique/SA),
    11. Lisa Bauer (SA),
    12. Monique Bingham (US),
    13. Patricia Barber (US),
    14. Sandra Cordera (Angola),
    15. Simphiwe Dana (SA),
    16. The Flames – Official Reunion (SA)
    17. Wayne Shorter Quartet with Brian Blade, Danilo Perez & John Patitucci (US)
    18. Youssou N’dour (Senegal) .

      The festival will take place at the CTICC, on Friday 25 and Saturday 26 March. For more information go to: http://www.capetownjazzfest.com

      Ticket prices for the 2010 festival are: R365 for a single day pass and a two-day weekend pass is R499.


    Mr. Scruff (real name Andy Carthy) is a British DJ, electronic musician and artist. He is a native of Stockport, near Manchester, United Kingdom, and studied Fine Art at the Sheffield College of Art.

    Carthy’s DJ name was inspired by his scruffy facial hair, as well as his trademark loose-lined drawing style. He has been DJing since 1994, at first in and around Manchester then nationwide in the United Kingdom. He is known for DJing in marathon sets (often exceeding six hours), his eclectic musical taste, his love of a “nice cup of tea” and the quirky home-produced visuals and animations that are projected on large screens during his gigs.

    the juju orchestra – what is hip (mo horizons hipstyle)

    “The Sartorialist” is a fashion blog by Scott Schuman in New York.[1] After leaving a fashion sales position to take care of his daughter in 2005, he began carrying a digital camera around on the streets of New York City, taking pictures of people who had dressed in some way that caught his eye, and then posting them to his blog, sometimes with comments about what he finds. He pioneered fashion photography in blog form.
    (source wikipedia)

    Fela Kuti 1973 Gentleman – 2010 Elmambro Remix

    Good news, good music lovers. Raphael has just debuted the video for his new song “Radio” on Rolling Stone Online today and the Dtox fam gets to check it out right now, hot of the press.

    “Radio,” the first single from Raphael Saadiq’s fifth album Stone Rollin’, finds the singer-songwriter emulating the early R&B roots of rock & roll. The song owes a lot to early, gritty, up-tempo tunes like Barrett Strong’s “Money,” but as with all Saadiq productions, the sound is slick and utterly modern.

    The video strikes a similar balance between classic style and polished modernity, mixing up shots of Saadiq rocking in retro garb with images of happy young people at a party and a model walking around in an outfit that could pass for something from Lady Gaga’s wardrobe.

    The Grammy Award winning singer, songwriter and record producer has announced the release of his fifth studio album Stone Rollin’ on March 22, 2011 on Columbia Records.

    Featuring ten new tracks, Stone Rollin’ is the follow up to Saadiq’s 2008 solo album The Way I See It, which boasted four Billboard R&B chart singles and was nominated for three GRAMMY Awards including Best R&B Album.

    Recorded at his studio complex the  Blakeslee Recording Company in Los Angeles, Raphael Saadiq played bass, mellotron, keys, guitar, percussion and even drums on most of the tracks. Opening with the stomping “Heart Attack,” the album’s other standout cuts include the stunning “Go To Hell,” featuring his studio squad of musicians who are melodically complimented by an angelic choir, the evocative Dixieland number “Day Dreams,” featuring Robert Randolph who plays steel guitar on the track, and “Just Don’t,” which includes a guest appearance from one of Saadiq’s indie rock favorites Swedish-Japanese singer Yukimi Nagano (Little Dragon). Also making an appearance on that same song is one of Saadiq’s idols Larry Dunn (Earth, Wind and Fire), who plays piano and contributes an epic Moog solo.

    Official Track listing for Stone Rollin:

    1. Heart Attack

    2. Go To Hell

    3. Radio

    4. Over You

    5. Stone Rollin’

    6. Day Dreams

    7. Moving Down The Line

    8. Just Don’t

    9. Good Man

    10. The Answer

    Source: Rollin’Stone website and official press release


    Obrigado Dillamochilla.com

    February 10, 2006 marked the passing of a maverick . James Dewitt Yancey(J Dilla) the father of hip hop soul and producer of hip hop’s most memorable hits . Since his death, many tributes mix tapes , remixes and reinterpretations of his work have come from JDee disciples across the world . Dig into this tribute , a reinterpretation of the Pharcydes Running – another Jdilla masterpiece

    Click on link to hear the jam

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