• MegaCityHipHop.Com Compilation Reviews

    8. Jan. 2010, 20:14 von illeagle81

    Mega City :: ::
    as reviewed by Emilee Woods

    I know what it's like to live in a city that doesn't get the respect it deserves. I live in an area known respectfully as the armpit of California, renowned for its raisins and not much else. When people think of my hometown, they conjure up images of backwardness and poverty, and, presumably, lots of grapes. Toronto has a different kind of image problem. If anything, it's too damn perfect, lacking in many of the noticeable flaws that hip hop prides itself on critiquing. Canadians have universal health care, a higher standard of living, and cleaner air, or so we're told, lending to everyone north of the border an aura of competence and normalcy that we in the States can only mock as lacking in the spice-of-life variety that we use as a code word for abject fucking poverty and abysmal living conditions.

    As with the stereotypes about my neck of the woods…
  • Compilation In Stores Now!

    13. Jan. 2009, 15:30 von illeagle81

    Released on August 1st, 2008, the Mega City Hip Hop Compilation features 15 tracks by various artists from around the Greater Area. It is available on MegaCityHipHop.Com, CD Baby, iTunes and other online retailers.

    1. Roti - Good Morning Toronto (prod. Jmilla Productions)
    2. Sporadic - Foundation (prod. Tyme)
    3. KJ - Couple Dollars (featuring Castkit & Dylon) (prod. Dylon)
    4. General - Black Spaceship (prod. Rush)
    5. Freeze - You Can Never Get Too High (ft. Doxx, Psy & young fam) (prod. Freeze)
    6. Adversaree - You Ain't Never (prod. Sinima)
    7. Eternia - The Mega (prod. M-Phazes)
    8. Rhythmicru - Smoke the Night Away (prod. D-Ray)
    9. Angerville - Dear Dad (prod. Gamshooter)
    10. The Impressionistz - Fake Art (ft. Sharky) (prod. Lazy Ace)
    11. Mike Alan - What You Want (ft. Promise) (prod. Mike Alan)
    12. Tru-Paz - Hotel Hell (prod. DJ Unknown)
    13. Cale Sampson - Fed Up (prod. Classified)
    14. Mic Boogie - You Should (ft. Renny Holladae) (prod. Bazill "Rush" McIntosh)