It’s finally upon us – Friday the 28th of August, where you can finally download and stream the International Mixtape Franchise Volume 1 via Audiomack and Datpiff.
Special Mentions to DJ International Wigg, for the co-sign and helping to push the IMF Movement. You can follow him on Twitter: @djwigg
DJ Chronic for the help on the audio engineering and mixing on the tape! He came through in a big way for us. You can follow him on Facebook.
Shout out to these various contributors and DJs on the skits: C-Styles from the Coke Boys(USA/Nigeria), Dj That Naledi (SouthAfrica),Dj Faisca (Angola) ,Dj Deck Burner (#Nigeria) and Dj Bleed (Germany).
Shout out to Boss Brain Entertainment for the hard work, the network and all round being great partners. Get them on Facebook and on Twitter: @BossBrainEnt.
All importantly – the artists who contributed to the tape and TeeMan Chaser for the IMF Vol 1 cover artwork too. A big thank you and eternal gratitude from us at Lavatory Records.
Download and stream the PGTV mixtape by PurvGang, on Datpiff.
To know more about this crazy rap crew from Soweto, lookout for their interview with Lavatory Records – coming soon.
Also do check out the music video for their song WTBWMD, off the PGTV mixtape.
Purchase the single entitled Hol’ Up by Tre featuring Swayzi and YungMi on iTunes and Amazon. The single was officially released on the 25th of July 2015. It is finally out after some unforeseen technical delays.
If you do not know anything about Tre, please read our interview with him by clicking here. Hol’ Up will always be on the IMF Volume 1 mixtape hosted by Lavatory Records and Boss Brain Entertainment, to be released on the 28th of August 2015. Check out Tre’s blog below via the Tre Channel on YouTube. You can also check his website out for more information on him.
Photo cred: Facebook
South African rapper, Reason, has found himself in a litany (excuse the pun) of controversy. This is because of the artwork of his album which depicts Jesus carrying two naked women. This has led to a backlash from some public members who believe this was in bad taste. Not only is the public upset by this, but Reason who says he thought he “would create dialogue” has also lost sponsorship over this. Many have argued that when it comes to people’s religious beliefs it is best to tread carefully. Read the full article published on Destiny Connect and you be the judge. Is it blasphemy or artistic creativity?
Reason(left) with Falcone(right) at the launch of Reason’s Audio HD Album