Thursday, April 19, 2012

BOON DOCUMENTED: Do It Live (Episode 3)

Boonie performs the live beat set he was booked for at The Solution Beat Battle and also participates as a guest judge. He then decides to get his first tattoo of one of his favorite albums by an old friend. While visiting Detroit, he makes an unexpected appearance at the radio station, WJLB. DJ Low Key and Brooklyn MC, Che Grand visit the studio.


Sunday, March 18, 2012

Pries - No Glue 2

-via http://milehimusic.com
Denver’s own Pries (pronounced ‘pr-ee-ce’) recently released NO GLUE 2; the sequel to No Glue. It’s definitely one of his better pieces of work. From content and beat selection, to features and final mastering, everything is on point. On this album he gives you a track for every mood you could possibly be in.  For instance, “Never Made It”(one of our favorites) has that personal approach, like “this is me, and this is my struggle”. Ashleigh Munn on the hook gives it that soulful sound that connects with the heart. On another side “Waste No Time” featuring Kid Ink, is a track you could imagine your girl listening to when she’s getting ready to start her day. And for the fellas, “Look at Me (My Cocky Song)” is exactly what you are thinking on that Friday afternoon heading to the bank to cash your check. Overall, No Glue 2 has that creativity that deserves national recognition. And when you consider that seven-thousand, plus people took fifteen or so minutes out of their day to download it, you can allude to the fact that Pries has a pretty loyal fan base. However, what we would like to see is how creative Pries can get outside of his comfort zone (which is hip-hop). A collaboration with the Colorado rock band, The Epilogues, is sure to introduce both sides to a new audience which means new fans and possibly greater recognition.  But enough of what we think. Tell us what you think about No Glue 2…


01. Union Station (Prod. by The Cratez)
02. The Stars Interlude
03. The Stars (Prod. by Johnny Juliano)
04. Contact High (Prod. by Kountdown)
05. Look at Me (My Cocky Song) (Prod. by Team Green)
06. Waste No Time ft. Kid Ink
07. Little White Lie (Prod. by Closer)
08. Row 11 (Prod. by Don Coda & Hedonistic)
09. Dreams x 2 (Prod. by Johnny Juliano)
10. This Aint What You Want (Prod. by SDot)
11. Hometown (Prod. by Twigg)
12. Never Made It ft. Ashleigh Munn (Prod. by Atomic Beats)
13. I Always Knew ft. Love (Prod. by Team Green)
14. Ms. Popular (Prod. by Diamond Style)
15. Catch 22 (Prod. by Kountdown)
16. Venetian Lobby ft. J. Carey (Prod. by KHill)
17. Final Stop (Prod. by Xcess)
18. #Wake Up Drunk (Prod. by SDot)

BOON DOCUMENTED: Only in Olney (Episode 2)

Boonie must prepare a live set for an upcoming producer battle and showcase. In the meantime, he takes another long-distance trip, this time to Olney Springs, to pick up a vintage piece he found on craigslist. Fellow producer and friend, Courtland Urbano (formerly known as Xperiment), who also will be performing at the battle, visits the studio.


Monday, September 19, 2011

Over the weekend, Ray J was allegedly involved in an altercation with Fabolous at the Palms Hotel in Sin City after the Mayweather/Ortiz fight. What happens in Vegas usually stays there, but this morning Ray called The Breakfast Club on New York’s Power 105.1 to speak on his version of the incident. Listen below.

Wednesday, September 14, 2011

NEW MIXTAPE Pries - Alopecia

21 Year old Denver Native Pries (pr-ee-ce) The College Kid drops his newest and most anticipated mixtape "Alopecia" This mixtape features ALL original music. All music written and arranged by Pries. S/O to Glue Crew and squizzy Follow on twitter @iamPries

Thursday, September 1, 2011

Wednesday, August 31, 2011

BEYONCE'S FETUS If I Were a Boy ...

It's a little creepy ... but THIS is how Beyonce and Jay Z's kid might look ... if it's a boy -- at least according to one famous forensic artist.

Dr. D'Lynn Waldron -- who's worked as a consultant for the FBI -- has just released a new digital image ... showing how she thinks the kid will look ... after he's old enough to pop his own collar.

Waldron believes the kid will have his "father's features, mother's eyes."

No pressure, kid.