TimingIsEverything-HitTheFloorInterview

“Timing is Everything”, the debut album by Detroit MC Kid Vishis, releases tomorrow Tuesday 22nd July on Seven 13 Entertainment.

With production by Mr Porter, Chase Moore, Nemisis and Nick Zervos, the only guest feature artist is his elder brother Royce da 5’9″ on the track Coward – watch out for news on that coming later this week.

British online publication Hit The Floor Magazine cover all genres of music, and their “Urban” department followed up their recent review of the album with an interview feature. Their writer Ali Ross spoke with Kid Vishis about his album and the topics he touches upon lyrically, the effect of being the younger brother of Royce da 5’9″ has had on his own career, the artists who influenced him in the early years and his plans for touring internationally.

Read the full feature HERE

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The album will be available on both digital and CD formats from stores around the world, including iTunes and Amazon Signed copies can also be ordered from the label directly at www.seven13ent.com

Keep up to date with him on twitter @KidVishis and check out his more recent video for “Talk Behind My Back” which includes guest appearances by Royce & MarvWon on Vimeo

Kid Vishis – Talk Behind My Back (official video ft Royce da 5’9″ & Marvwon) produced by Chase Moore from UrbanElite Promotions on Vimeo.

You can expect to see a lot more media coverage on this release in the next few weeks, and any member of the press who would like to interview Kid Vishis or receive a promotional copy of the album for review should contact UrbanElite PR HERE

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TimingIsEverything-HitTheFloor

Online British publication Hit The Floor Magazine covers a wide spectrum of musical genres, providing news, reviews, interviews as well as providing features on Film, TV and Fashion

They are the latest to review the debut album by Detroit’s Kid Vishis, the younger brother of Slaughterhouse’s Royce da 5 9. Releasing on 22nd July through Seven 13 Entertainment, the album includes production by Mr Porter (Shady Records), Chase Moore (Hippie Sabotage), New Jersey’s Nemisis and Canadian Nick Zervos

The magazine’s Ali Ross opens “Fresh flows’ crashing off prominent beats is the feel for Kid Vishis’ debut full- length, Timing Is Everything” before summarizing “Timing Is Everything is exciting to say the least, and you should be just as intrigued as us by what the rapper is offering on his debut

Read the full review HERE

“Timing is Everything” will be available on digital and physical CD formats internationally from 22nd July, and autographed copies can be ordered from the label Seven 13 Entertainment at www.seven13ent.com

There will be much more international media coverage coming for this release over the coming weeks, as Kid Vishis also gets set to launch further official videos and release a new mixtape a little later in the year. He is also planning a sophomore album as well as tour dates, so keep up to date with him on twitter @KidVishis or Instagram “KidVishis”

Meanwhile, check out the concept video for “Talk Behind My Back” produced by Chase Moore

All press & media inquiries regarding Kid Vishis and the album Timing is Everything including requests to interview or for promo copies of the album to review can be sent to UrbanElite PR HERE

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SoulOnFire-HitTheFloor

Los Angeles based rapper, originally out of Greensboro NC (and a time Camden NJ), ethemadassassin has just released his 3rd solo album “Soul on Fire”

It is packed full of hard hittin rhymes, fierce lyricism & wordplay and real street tales as you’d expect from a veteran in the game who started out in the rap battle scene in the 90’s

Some quality production too courtesy of Edinburgh’s Sci Fi Stu, France’s Kyo Itachi and both North Carolina and Cali are repped’ with beats from Wonder Boy, Akthentik Works, Devaron Benjamin and Gav Beats – a mix of classic soul, hip hop & rock with a healthy inclusion of turntablism make this well worth a listen for all hip hop heads who appreciate the realism

UK multi genre online Hit The Floor Magazine have just conducted an interview with E where he speaks on his early days in the game and his thoughts on the scene now compared to back in the day, his new album, the meaning behind his name and also his new joint “H.T.G.” which was also premiered today by HTF.

Read the whole interview HERE

Speaking of which, the new joint featuring Sole-R is absolutely bangin’. Check it out, real dope cut.

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Follow E on twitter @EtheMadAssassin and also the magazine @HitTheFloorMag

And of course, you can buy the new album on iTunes HERE

Any djs looking for the full quality clean radio edit mp3, or any press with inquiries about the release, should contact UrbanElite PR HERE

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Newark NJ hip hop veteran and ex Flipmode member Rah Digga has been on the steady grind for the past year, releasing a series of tracks to the internet while working on a number of new official releases which will see the light of day over the next few months

Currently releasing singles from her Hood House EP, a side project mashing classic house music beats with some fierce rhymes, a new official mixtape is due to make an appearance by the turn of the year followed in the early part of 2014 by a new album, the first since “Classic” in 2010.

She took time out from an extremely busy schedule recently to speak with the UK’s online multi genre magazine Hit The Floor. She discusses with urban editor Josh Pratt the apparent new direction taken in the Hood House EP, future release and tour plans, her thoughts on Tony Touch’s new 50 MC release, Kendrick’s verse on Control, contemporary female artists and much more

Read the whole interview HERE

Meanwhile, check out two of her most recent joints

I Heard You Say

New Hoes

You can buy Rah Digga music releases and merchandise via her official Bandcamp HERE and you can follow her on twitter @TheRealRahDigga and the magazine at @HitTheFloorMag

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At the start of January, Los Angeles’ hip hop artist Malkovich hit the new year running by releasing his new free album “Great Expectations”

Packed full of bangers courtesy of production by Leggo, Evildewer, Josh The Goon, Clan Destined’s Yamin, Becoming Phill and features including Gotham Green & Micah McKee, the wordplay, beats and lyricism is a treat for all connoisseurs of the traditional hip hop sound.

UK online magazine Hit The Floor have just reviewed the album.

Fresh political angst and a particularly large stone thrown in the mix of Eminem’s A game, Malkovich and his debut ‘Great Expectations’, is no longer just a pre-conceived notion of something incredible taking shape, but now, it has become a great reality.” is the introduction which concludes :

yeah, that’s right, this guy is owning everyone in the current scene, and you better believe it.

Read the whole review HERE

Available to download from his website www.malkovichmusic.bandcamp.com the full tracklisting is :

STORM CHASER prod by Leggo
LIES prod by Evildewer
GREAT EXPECTATIONS prod by Josh The Goon
WHAT I KNOW ft Sum prod by Becoming Phill
PALMS prod by X-Man
CALI prod by Bei Rui
THROUGH THE TREES ft Ali Abnormal, Blvme, Sum, Chris Clarke prod by Computer Jay
CRY AMERICA ft Omni prod by Mike Beats
THE MEANING OF EYES prod by Yamin Semali
LIONS IN WINTER ft & prod by Core Rhythm
GET AWAY ft Gotham Green prod by Leggo
BEDBUGS prod by Becoming Phill
WAITING FOR YOU ft Micah McKee prod by Becoming Phill
SUNDAYS prod by Evildewer

UrbanElite PR have full quality radio / clean edits of What I Know & Get Away for any djs who were not already serviced in our extensive international launch. For these, or any other media enquiries relating to Malkovich, contact us HERE

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MagnaCarta-HitTheFloorMag

Latest in what has been a long line of UK and international media coverage secured by UrbanElite PR for London’s Melanin 9 and his debut album “Magna Carta” which released on 3rd December 2012.

This time Sean Cloherty gives it his full seal of approval on behalf of British multi genre online magazine Hit The Floor.

Don’t mistake M9 for another rapper who ignorantly spits about drugs and guns either, the talent he has with words is extremely impressive. He paints a picture in the mind’s eye; there is a lot of wordplay revolving around meaningful subjects” again follows in the same vein of many previous journalists’ analysis of what has been a landmark release for the artist, his first official album since releasing mixtapes 144,000, High Fidelity and the Orion’s Stencil EP.

Similarly, comparisons in lyrical approach to Nas, Mobb Deep, Wu Tang & Biggie have been a common theme in many of the reviews and interviews, and this one is no different, summarizing :

Magna Carta is embedded with hyper-visual lyricism, dark soundscapes, gritty narratives, and hard beats, and really gives the impression that Melanin 9 is out to spread knowledge.

Read the whole review at HIT THE FLOOR

Hear the whole album in snippet form

Available now on iTunes, and also in CD format by mail order via http://m9ether.bandcamp.com We understand that due to the large number of orders placed via his Bandcamp, there had been a slight backlog in shipping, however this has now been resolved and turnaround is expected to be only a few days.

Melanin 9 is currently working on some new material, including some international collaborations. He is also available for festival and show bookings, so any other press, media or booking enquiries can be sent to UrbanElite PR via the CONTACT page

You can of course keep up to date with him on twitter @Melanin_9 and the magazine @HitTheFloorMag

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“A truly fantastic album” is how Curtis Paskin sums up Copywrite’s “God Save The King (Proper English Version) which releases on 7th August 2012

Writing for the UK’s multi genre Hit The Floor Magazine, the in depth analysis is pretty much right on the mark. There again, with the tracklist below, the quality of trans Atlantic producers and artists who also feature on this release complimenting Copywrite who is on top of his game throughout, it would be difficult to come to any other conclusion

Year of The Gun ft Killah Priest, Inspectah Deck & Bigz Flygerian prod by Bronze Nazareth
Crooked Coppers ft Crooked I & Iron Braydz prod by Surock
Love from Sarah (PSA) ft DJ Sarah Love
Troop Jackets ft Sean Price & SAS prod by Kount Fif
Ghost in the Machine ft Context prod by Jason Rose
Overdose ft Royce da 5 9 & Genesis Elijah prod Curtiss King
J.O.Y. ft Torae & Jason Rose prod Jason Rose
Got Myself ft Gillie The Kid & Sinista Daniro prod by Jason Rose
More Sorrow ft Illogic & Don Jaga prod by Stu Bangas
Yo! MTV Raps! (Money for Nothin’) ft Jason Rose prod by Jason Rose
Golden State (of Mind) ft Casual, Evidence, & Roc Marciano prod by Vanderslice
Opium Prodigies ft Illogic prod by Marco Polo
Arachnaphobia ft Killah Priest, Lord Basis & Melanin 9 prod by Jaguar Skills
Starter Hats ft Sonny Seeza (Onyx) & Akala prod by Kount Fif
G$K ft Dru Blu & Jason Rose prod by Stu Bangas
Still Pickin ft Sean Price, Mystro & Dom prod by Kount Fif
A Talk with Jesus prod by Poetiq Beetz

Read the whole review HERE

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