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Boog Brown Releases New Album “The Late Bloom”

Emcee Boog Brown just released a new album entitled “The Late Bloom.” If you’re in ATL, the album release party is going down tonight at 529. Check out the official artwork below and head over HERE to get your copy.



Mixtape Mondays: Breaking Bad #46

Capeeton Mudfish presents Breaking Bad part 46. Download and press play… nuff said.




NEW MUSIC: Yamin Semali Featuring Señor Kaos – “Never Leave” – Señor Mix


Well it’s almost April and it’s freezing cold in most of the U.S. No worries, here’s some new heat just in time to kick off your weekend.

I recently teamed up with long-time friend and fellow ATL Emcee/DJ/Producer Yamin Semali (Clan Destined) for a special remix. The track “Never Leave” along with it’s amazing video have been taking the internet and streets by storm. Infectious melodies, hard hitting drums, and clever lyrics are hard to deny.

I’ve known Yamin since we were both teenagers making a name for ourselves in the ATL underground Hip Hop scene. He’s an amazing artist, and it’s always a honor and a pleasure to work on music with someone who truly care’s about their craft.

Don’t believe me, check it out for yourself…

Make sure you check you Yamin’s latest LP entitled “Yamin” today. Also if you’re in the ATL area, make sure you check out Yamin Semali performing tomorrow night along with Killer Mike at Terminal West.


Television: Killer Mike Performs “Untitled” On David Letterman

Earlier this evening Adamville’s finest Killer Mike performed on Late Night with David Letterman and brought El-P and Scar along for the ride. TV just got good again. In case you missed it, check it out here.

What up DJ Trackstar… I see you back there!

Spotted at 2BZ

If you haven’t yet, make sure you pick up that R.A.P. Music LP which was released last summer.


News: Señor Kaos Music Now Available On Pandora



With a new year comes some new… News. You can finally hear Señor Kaos on Pandora radio. Select tracks from “The Kaos Effect” LP are available in their system now. If Pandora is not your thing, you can also check me out on Spotify and of course if you like what you hear you can purchase the album via I-Tunes &


Television: Arrested Development UNSUNG Full Episode

This past Monday night TV One’s Unsung covered Arrested Development. Their first album was a classic to me and I always wondered what happened to them.. I had no idea, all I can say is Damn Speech! HA. Check it out for yourself.

People always talk about ATL Hip Hop now, but they always seem to forget groups like Arrested Development, Outkast, and Goodie Mob were birthed here, before crunk, trap, snap, it was just Hip Hop music made by people who happened to live in the south. Just a little food for thought.

Shouts to DJ Kemit and Jason Orr. Spotted this joint at Funk Jazz Kafe site.


Events: Señor Kaos Performing w/ Stalley Fri. July 27th @ The Loft


I will be performing live Friday July 27th @ The Loft (1374 W. Peachtree Street). Stalley (MMG – Maybach Music Group) will also be performing as well as Stanza, Methuzulah, Mighty Network, and more. Hosted by Fort Knox. Music by DJ Kerosene. Check the flyer for more info.


NEWS: Atlanta Duo SMKA Featured In Jezebel Magazine

I just happened to be flipping through the February issue of Jezebel Magazine the other day to my surprise I see an article on Atlanta production duo SMKA. I had a chance to work with SMKA on their “SMKA Presents The 808 Experiment Volume 2.” Blake & Mike have been making big moves since they stepped on the scene in 2008 with their first project. From the albums, to events, to their blog they’ve ushered in a new era of Indie Hip Hop in ATL.


Check out the article HERE. Shouts to the homie Biba who wrote the article as well.


Video: Beatz & Lyrics 2 Go. Vol. 2 Documentary

Get a behind-the-scenes look at the making of the Beatz & Lyrics 2 Go Vol. 2 mixtape and all the goings on at the A3C Hip Hop Festival. A lot of dope people came through the Unique Squared Mobile Studio and Salem Psalms Library (HQ) to work on the mixtape.

Appearances by: Jayforce, Boog Brown, Focus, Evil Dee, J-Live, Skyzoo, iLLmind, Sha Stimuli, Laws, Amond Jackson, J Haze and of course yours truly.

<a href="">TNC &#8211; BEATZ &#038; LYRICS 2 Go: Vol 2 A3C mixtape (exclusive)</a>

Press Release:

Emmy nominated, Telly award winning producer, Eljay Williams, of TheNewContent partnered with Salem Psalms LLC to document the making of the Beatz & Lyrics 2 Go: Vol 2 A3C mixtape. With help from Vaunghn Saber of The Scorpio Collection, W. Feagins Jr of High Impact Designs, B. Price of Late September Pictures, Sheree Swann of Lens of Life, & Nick Burnz of Black Algebra, the film shows fans a brief history of the on site recording series, and what it took to create it. It also gives fans a backstage pass to the A3C Hip Hop Festival. Guest appearances by; Jayforce (host of the Beatz & Lyrics Show), Focus…, Evil Dee, J – Live, Skyzoo, iLLmind, Sha Stimuli, Senor Kaos, Amond Jackson, J Haze and many others. Be sure to check out the mixtape available for Free Download at


Movies: UNDEREXPOSED: Indie Hip-Hop In Atlanta

Thursday night I started my evening by stopping by the Creative Loafing Printhouse for the ATL Short Cuts Film Contest. The object of the film contest was to see who could capture the Atlanta music scene in 5 minutes or less. 10 films were selected (really I’ll say 8, because 2 were actual music videos), and this one won the “Critics Choice” award for the evening. Those in attendance had the opportunity to vote for their favorite film, and today at noon online voting began.

Anyone that knows me, know I always say the ATL indie Hip Hop scene is one the best in the world, and it’s definitely underexposed. The media, record labels, blogs, etc., tend to only show love to major label Hip Hop acts in the city, but there’s a WHOLE another crop of artist who call this city home who have a totally different sound.

Shouts to Will Feagins for putting this joint together. There’s a clip of me from my LP release party performing, but I wasn’t able to make it out to the shoot when it happened, that’s why the kid has no speaking role in here. All good though, the short film is still very FRESH, and I’m proud of it. After you check it out, stop by Creative Loafing to vote for it. If (when) it wins the short film contest, it will be shown at the Atlanta Film Festival later this month.

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