Well it's about COTDAYAM TIME!!! One our favorite hip hop groups representing D.C. is back! I've been a fan ever since their first album dropped & have been waiting for the trio to regroup & drop some new bangers! With everything going on in the world right now Oddisee, yU, and X.O.'s next album 'March On Washington' due October 14th is an appropriate title of what's to come. For now your 'First Step' should be to peep the bangin' new single.
I wanna thank EVERYONE who has supported me over the last few weeks..Whether you purchased a track or just simply installed my mobile app..It all means alot to me..I've seen an increase in sales since acquiring this app. I've met alot of talented artists, mainly rappers. There was large request for more street/rap/trap beats. I uploaded 20 new tracks today. Be sure to click the music tab on the app or visit http://www.modiggidybeats.com from your computer or mobile device.
My website is up and running...Make sure you stop thru for exclusive production from yours truly..For Lease or Sale. Ask me about discounts for multiple tracks..I got you son!
Mo Diggidy teams up with up and comer Atlien, Bamn. This guy definitely represents ATL Hip Hop. Not the bubble gum, nursery rhymes that we've been forced to accept over the last 10 years. He embodies the soul of the 90's in ATL with his new record titled "93" produced by Mo Diggidy Beats. A somewhat of a tribute to the ATL's true hip hop scene and Atlanta legends, the Dungeon Family.
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S/O to Truebusiness Inc. on their release of their first EP.
The Mtume classic tune "Juicy Fruit" has been sampled by way more artists than B.I.G. over the years. It's a Hip Hop music go-to-source, so it's only right for beat:repeat NYC to get insights from Mtume. In this episode of the series, Mtume talks a bit about boxing (relating the sweet science to music making), about the making of the "Juicy Fruit" tune and then some. Then, Da Beatminerz's DJ Evil Dee does his own thing with a "Juicy Fruit" sample on the old school SP-1200.
Barely controlled auditory chaos! That's the first single ("Mamma Said") from the !llmind EP "BoomTrap Volume 2."