Mello Music Group

Oddisee – Mental Liberation (Remastered)

enjoy N support great hip-hop music from Oddisee – Arkisound

About Album: One of Oddisee & Mello Music Group’s first records together, Mental Liberation has been remastered by Joe Hutchinson (The Avett Brothers, Ben Folds, and Cage The Elephant) while also getting new original artwork from Austin Hart (Pete Rock, Apollo Brown).


Mello Music Group – Mandala Vol. 2, Today’s Mathematics


Turbulance Compilation 4 us, 4 you, 4 me, 4 all – Arkisound

♠ Don’t MisS 

  • 01. No Design To This [feat. Fredro Starr] [prod. Audible Doctor]
  • 03. Beast Mode [feat. Verbal Kent] [Cuts by DJ Eclipse] [prod. Kaz-1]
  • 05. Murs & Apollo Brown – The Pain Is Gone
  • 14. Le Boulevard Montmartre (instrumental) [prod. Oddisee]
  • 16. fOnk Mantra (Tut’s Return) [prod. Georgia Anne Muldrow]

About Compilation: Following a triumphant 2013 for the Mello Music Group label, with full-length releases from Oddisee, Quelle Chris, Ugly Heroes, 14KT and Gensu Dean & Planet Asia to name a few, Mandala Vol. 2, Today’s Mathematics celebrates the breadth of talent on deck over sixteen carefully-selected new tracks. Showcasing the depth of lyricists and producers that the MMG squad has to offer, the LP delivers everything from brag rap workouts, electro funk excursions, tales of relationships turned sour and late night kush soundtracks. Acting as both an ideal introduction to the Mello Music Group roster for newer listeners and a celebration of the strength of the label for existing fans, Mandala Vol. 2, Today’s Mathematics is an essential experience for anyone with an ear for soulful music that isn’t afraid to stay down to earth while shooting for the stars.

hip-hop / instrumental

Hassaan Mackey & Apollo Brown – Daily Bread


...Don’t MisS! 03. Something 05. Elephants 07. Weak Won’t Do 13. Higher [feat. Finale] 18. Night Time [Bonus Track]...

lyrics, flow and beats = supreme!~

About Album: Back with that grit, tell the soundman to turn this sh*t up. New York MC Hassaan Mackey slangs words and onomatopoeia, rhymes like he wants to, and backs the whole room into a corner with a raw vision of the streets that pierces ordinary experience and gets at life’s marrow. Meanwhile Detroit producer Apollo Brown lays the sonic foundation with hard drums and big bass, while the crackle of vinyl hums. Gritty and soaked in soul, Daily Bread brings to mind an old photograph that bangs out the system. Each track is heavy with a sense of atonement, haunted by experience, and energized by a cathartic sense of hope. Give us our Daily Bread and forgive us our trespasses.


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