Tuesday, April 26, 2011

GREEN TAPE CONTEST!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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COURTESY OF REDEF REC...

1 tape will go to a randomly selected winner who posts a comment here about his favorite song from the Alexander Green Project. Lemme know why it's your favorite too, don't just list the title.


A 2nd tape will be awarded to a randomly selected winner who either:
A- posts a comment about the Alexander Green Project on any of the websites that posted anything about the album.
Or
B- posts the megaminimixx and/or any of the other promos (songs, the videos, etc) on ANY forum or message board. If you post on an outside site, email the link to Redef.info@gmail.com

Winners will be selected/notified on Monday May 6th!

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**ARMY FATIGUE RAP (DAMU remix) ***FREE***

“Army Fatigue Rap” REDEF REMIX
Kaimbr & Kev Brown feat. Roddy Rodd, Hassan Mackey & DJ Marshall Law
Produced by Damu The Fudgemunk
From the bonus 7” included with the LIMITED Edition LP, The Alexander Green Project
(LP&7" on very LIMITED green vinyl, almost sold out already!)

If you haven’t grabbed a copy for yourself, you can still do so here…

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17 comments:

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Jerome Dickens said...

my favorite song off the alexander green project wld have to be "Army Fatigue Rap" . . . i remember whn Kev Brown & Kaimbr started tlkn abt the project and released the song, it was like, DAAAAAMN!!! this is wht going on, and the mention of the Al Green samples took me back to my childhood whn my grandfather use to play all kinds of soul records in the living rm on saturdays. i also remember "Army Fatigue Rap" being my seocnd introduction to Hassaan Mackey, a much underrated talent, i was doing extra homework on his music beyond his rawkus release and was impressed. Also, Peter Rosenberg had the song #7 on his 2010 Real Late Countdown, he had like # Kanye West songs ahead of it. i sent him msgs all night on twitter, telling him he was wrong, no kanye song the yr was better than Army Fatigue Rap, haha!!! the song is a straight jam, i had it on repeat for days whn the album was released. a posse cut for the ages . . .

LOW BUDGET!!!

Joski Diesel said...

The reason why i know most of the songs frm The Alexander Green Project is because my boyfriend listened to the album on repeat from NYC to Rochester, i know most of the songs especially, My Apology, nothing like a heartfelt song. Kaimbr expresses himself and what was going on during the time the album was being made. being a writer myself, i can associate with his sentiment.

Sebastian said...

The Green colour on tape tape is ill, but the sounds on it are even iller. / Sebastian from Stockholm, Sweden

ps. my latest remix
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FaAIHaH0xIg

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Bolaji said...

My favorite song off the Alexander Green Project is Army Fatigue Rap especially Gritz because I loved how Kev Brown sampled AL Green song titled "Love & Happiness. It's definitively a Classic and soulful track. Overall it a great album and a Big shout out to Kev Brown, Kaimbr and the low-budget crew. Keep up with the good work, peace!

mytee thor said...

still waiting on my package ... after that, I will let you know my fav.

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KEV BROWN said...

I haven't got mine yet either THOR...should be here this week depending on where you live at.

BostonJerry said...

So mad I didn't order a Green Tape before they sold out...

Favorite song on The Alexander Green Project has changed like 5 times. First it was "The Combination," then "Solid," then "Hook," then "Songs," then "My Apology" which is one of the truest verses in the history of hip-hop.

Right now though, my favorite is "We Gettin On," for a couple reasons. First of all, this beat sounds nothing like a Kev Brown beat, yet you can tell that it's him. Second of all, Al's verses shoutin out Low Budget and all the people who been there for him have a sincerity that you don't hear too often (although you get it on almost every verse from Kaimbr).

Also, you gotta love the line "old school, Al Green, turtleneck, loafers". That's my shit.

Bing said...

There's nothing like a Kev Brown Production. Its distinct/signature. The Alexander Green Project is no exception. My favorite track off of the project has to be "Songs." Anytime I listen to a track, I always get drawn into the production more so then the lyrics (I make beats). Its always good if an m.c. can keep up and not get outshined by the beat. I love the way "Songs" has that tick-tock hat guiding the beat. The chops of the vocals is great. Especially signature "Heyyyy!" by Al Green. The way that Kev chopped up each guitar strum and reordered it without changing the pitch too much was great. The bassline is always smooth. Kaimbr did the beat just. He didnt let the beat outshine him even though the beat is so glorious! The way he just spit positive true lyrics on it was great. "Product of the block, where hustle dont necessary mean you selling rocks." Shout out, Low Budget.

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z.scane@gmail.com said...

My favorite song from the Alexander Green project is Three Sixty. The dialogue in the beginning sets the scene perfectly - and the raps fit right in the pocket of the beat. The way the beat slowly fades in as Kaimbr's verse begins sounds tight, and kev brown delivers some dope lyrics and production as usual. I also like the switch between verses as Kaimbr's verse comes to an end and kev takes over the story.

Overall the whole project is dope. Shout out to Low Budget Crew.

Zili said...

For my favorite song on the album i'd go with "Songs". "Love and happiness" has been mad chopped up. The first time i heard the song and the first notes I started doing a face like Jay Z when he was in timbaland's studio and heard the "Dirt your shoulder off" beat (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7agMqhNv9MQ 1mn45 face is classic)!!
Kaimbr is real dope from beginning to end. Lyrics are deep.
I've discovered this song back on the "Budget is low v1" mixtape !
I ordered 2 copies of the LP+7". Can't wait to play this on my turntables
like Jay Dee said Al Green tape "It's straight from a mo'f****** cassette" !

Antonio said...

Count me in for Songs as well.
The raps are undeniably dope, but the beat, with that distinctive Al Green filp, is amazing. You turned it into a very funky beat (the guitar lick does its thing). Headnod factor 10.

zamre said...

Fantastic.
Zamre Bin Ab. Wahab

MAGGZ said...

wouldve gave my right arm to come to that...

BBCream Girl said...

Sorry @Sebastian but no one can beat the "beat" we get from black people and the green color isn't ill it is what it is I think...the culture they have, the talent, they are unique and exceptionally good.

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