With the latest release from their upcoming mixtape Freedom’s For The Brave, The New Royales pay homage to Jefferson Airplane’s original record of the same name, Tom Scott’s cover and the classic hip hop track that sampled it (Pete Rock and CL Smooth’s T.R.O.Y. for the slow folks out there).
The New Royales drop their Talib Kweli-assisted “Walking Around My Dreams” featured on “Kinda Like a Big Deal” co-producer Chin Injeti’s LP slated to be released July 17. The album features guest appearances from David Banner, Talib Kweli, Jay Electronica, and more.
Trailer for DJ Khalil’s group’s upcoming mixtape, Freedom’s For the Brave, which will be dropping later this year in association with Crooks & Castles. I’ve been waiting for a project from them for quite sometime, so it’s dope to see something in the works. And if you haven’t already, be sure to check out their video for Bite the Bullet after the jump.
Oh this is just too fucking dope. DJ Khalil, Chin Injeti on the production; Liz Rodrigues & Erik Alcock on the vocals. Killing ya’ll! Look out for their collaborative EP with Jay Electronica coming soon!
The homie Chace Infinite just hit me with this YouTube clip that features a preview of what to expect from the upcoming project from Jay Electronica & DJ Khalil‘s other group, The New Royales (which also features Chin Injeti, Erick Alcock & Liz Rodriguez). If you’re still unaware of how dope this collaboaration is gonna be. The link I provided for their first leak, Posers, is still good. Also, you can expect some brand new shit from Self Scientific in the next few days!
I caught up with Chace Infinite while at Magic this week (above) and after a few threats, I managed to get him to promise he’d send some new music my way. Despite his shit talking, Chace is a good dude haha. I met him a few years back and we’ve been having random AIM conversations and whatnot ever since. Here goes a brand new joint featuring DJ Khalil’s group The New Royales which was recorded back in early 2007 but never got realesed. Shit is dope! Then as a added bonus, a very much needed recorded off the upcoming Self Scientific X Sick Symphonies – The Black & Brown Project, which should be dropping in 2009. Also, be on the lookout for two Self Scientific albums! I personally can’t wait. Change is one of my favorite albums.