CUTV es el canal oficial de Cabezas Underground, plataforma de hip hop ubicada en la ciudad de Torreón, en el norte de México, que además de dedicarse a la difusión también produce su propio material audiovisual.
“CUTV Live Sessions” es el segmento más popular de Cabezas Underground TV, en el que algunos de los mejores artistas del rap mexicano interpretan canciones inéditas en sesiones en vivo en diferentes locaciones.
En esta ocasión compartimos la sesión de Reno871 interpretando “El Camino Del Ermitaño”, Reno871 es miembro del grupo 871 Crew uno de los más importantes del hip hop underground mexicano, esta canción es un homenaje a las experiencias trascendentales por medio del uso de plantas medicinales como el ayahuasca.
Massachusetts finest, Fabeyon is back with a brand new music video for is song “24 Hours to Live” from his new LP, A.G.E (All Golden Era). The track pays homage to the 1997 song of the same name, “24 Hours to Live” by Mase (ft DMX, The Lox and Black Rob) with Fabeyon spitting his final 24 hours on this two-minute and thirty-five second track. It’s a really dope homage to an underrated track, in this day and age we need more artist like Fabeyon who pay respect to the MC’s and rappers who laid down the tracks that this artist ride on to make careers from nothing but hustling. If you wanna hear more from Fabeyon you can follow him on Instagram, Twitter and SoundCloud, just search Fabeyon, also listen to his new project, A.G.E. (All Golden Era) available at audiomack, link here (http://www.audiomack.com/album/fabeyon/age-all-golden-era)
On the day of the unfortunate passing of Prince social media was going nuts remembering the great artist. DJ Scratch and long time DJ for Q-Tip of A Tribe Called Quest shared unseen footage on his Instagram account of performing “Vivrant Thing” at the House of Blues, Las Vegas when Prince pops up out of nowhere backing up Q-Tip with some legendary freestyle guitar riffs to the song. This footage pays tribute to the late Prince showing his passion and respect for Hip Hop.
Hit music on the radio must have hit sounding drums! To help you out, we’ve put together a gigantic collection of live multi-track drum loops, all recorded using class A gear, and all inspired by today’s chart topping country and rock tracks. Filled with 99 loop ideas, and over 880 individual loops total, this mega drum loop sets features 6 tempos ranging from 76 to 106 BPMs, with each tempo featuring intros, verse, hook, break, bridge fills and ending ideas, all easily interchangeable for complete song mapping. Use these loops to make your country and rock production come alive with a definitive big studio sound. Download these loops today!
This product features:
99 unique loop ideas total, featuring intros, verses, big hooks, bridges, stops, fills and endings.
Over 880 individual loops total.
Stereo audition mixes provided for all 99 loop ideas.
6 tempos of multi-track drums. Drum parts are divided into separate kick, snare, hi hat, ride, tom 1, tom 2, stereo overheads and stereo reverb tracks.
Tempos include: 76, 77, 81.1, 93, 101 and 106 BPMs.
Each loop idea is contained in its own separate folder, with a descriptive title of each loop for easy navigation. (An example screen shot of the folder hierarchy is provided below.)
Bring the Big Studio to your tracks with these seriously ROCKIN Drums. Big Studio Live Multitrack Drum Loops Producers Pack contains the entire contents of Vol. 1 and Vol. 2. Tempos range from 75 – 200. All drum loops were produced by Darren L. Elpant at Eggplant Studios in Los Angeles.