Filed under: Uncategorized | Tags: Boom Bap Boys, Download, Falside, Juan Deuce, Leak, Mixtape, Nicolas Heller, People, Providence, Ricky Shabazz, Romen Rok, Single
Here is the second leak from Juan Deuce’s upcoming Ricky Shabazz and the Boom Bap Boys presented mixtape “No Sweat”. This time around Juan enlists Providence wordsmith and Brooklyn representative Romen Rok. Release date TBA. Please share, post, spread, and enjoy this certified head-nodder produced by Falside.
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Filed under: Uncategorized | Tags: character, design, Falside, Fred nowolielski, illustration, logo, New, vector, vector sector
My new face designed by Fred of Vector Sector
Filed under: Uncategorized | Tags: Download, Falside, Fonzi Wells, Freeze, Juan Deuce, Leak, Mixtape, No Sweat, Ricky Shabazz, Single
Fresh off the release of The Mechanics EP, his collaborative tape with super duper producer Falside, Providence’s rugged rally capper Juan Deuce unleashes “Freeze,” the first single off his upcoming mixtape No Sweat presented by Ricky Shabazz and the Boom Bap Boys. “Freeze” features Deuce flexing his sinewy lyrical muscles over a hypnotic, bass-heavy cut from up and coming beatsmith, Fonzi Wells. Preparing No Sweat nicely, “Freeze” sets the table for what promises to be a very strong showing from Juan Deuce and Ricky.
Filed under: Uncategorized | Tags: Bandcamp, Dirty Hank, Download, Falside, Free, Hip Hop, Monty Brogan EP, Poorly Drawn People, Poorly Drawn Recordings, Providence, Reason, Rhode Island
Dirty Hank + Reason – “The Monty Brogan EP”
Call it anti-recession rap: a couple of artists content with their discontent exploring the depths of their Johnny Walker Red-scented underemployment. It’s The Monty Brogan EP, and it’s the latest project from Providence-based indie rap stalwarts Reason and Dirty Hank. It also marks the first official collaboration between Reason (best known for his work with Poorly Drawn People and his solo albums, Landlords & Lullabies and Gemini Slang) and Dirty Hank (the man responsible for a run of stellar releases, including The Class Act Mixtape and The Guide To Giving Up EP).
The 9-track release, a free download available through Poorly Drawn Recordings, finds the dubious duo at their raunchiest, musing about breakups, alcohol dependency, and squatters’ rights. Production duties are handled by Falside (fresh off his collaboration with Juan Deuce, The Mechanics EP) and Mad Plaid, one of Rhode Island’s premier, up-and-coming beatmakers. Songs include lead single “Say Disease,” as well as “Not That Hip” and “Perfect Day To Die.”
For now, it’s a free download. But the safe bet is to grab it quickly, because Congress can only pass so many unemployment-benefit extensions and Brooklyn Lager isn’t getting any cheaper.
Filed under: Uncategorized | Tags: 2dopeboyz, Article, Cluster Mag, Falside, Greg Matesich, Juan Deuce, Making Beats, Nicolas Heller, Produce Section, Producer, Video, William Kowall
“Like anyone born in ’89, Falside’s growth has paralleled that of the hyper-media-tech age–he is ready to evolve and redefine himself as the world changes around him. It’s in the way he executes his own graphic design, marketing, and mixing, and it’s in his approach to production; Falside embodies the now generation mentality of DIY everything, cigarettes and coffee.”
Watch the video after you read the article. I make a beat, and Juan Deuce and myself get into some shenanigans:
Shot by Nicolas Heller x Edited by Greg Matesich
Filed under: Uncategorized | Tags: buy, cd, Ep, Falside, Guts, Juan Deuce, Mechanics, Nicolas Heller, Ricky Shabazz, Sage Franics, Strange Famous
Available EXCLUSIVELY via STRANGE FAMOUS RECORDS
While supplies last, a “Mechanics” sticker and Digital Download Card will be included with each purchase, and each CD will be SIGNED by Juan Deuce and Falside! Limited Edition New Era “Mechanics” Snap-Backs also available!
Filed under: Uncategorized | Tags: Boom Bap Boys, Dj Mekalek, Download, Falside, Free Shabazz 2, Juan Deuce, Krill Pill, Nicolas Heller, Ricky Shabazz, Rik Cordero, Three21 Media, Time Machine, Video
Here is Juan Deuce’s new video for “Krill Pill” directed by Nicolas Heller for Ricky Shabazz and the Boom Bap Boys and produced by DJ Mekalek (of Time Machine).
Juan Deuce – “Krill Pill” (Video)
In February, Ricky Shabazz and the Boom Bap Boys will be releasing their second annual mixtape of exclusive tracks from some of your favorite underground hip-hop acts. This time around, the tape is sponsored by 2dopeboyz and will be released digitally and physically for free. Tracklist/Artwork/Release Date will be announced soon but in the meantime, enjoy the first of many videos we will be putting out leading up to the release.
Additionally, this marks the very first in “Ricky’s Wontime” series in conjunction with Three/21 Media. The idea of the series is to achieve a thought provoking and entertaining one-shot music video. There are no restrictions, as long as the entire thing has no cuts and lasts the entirety of the song. Subscribe to Three/21 Media’s YouTube to follow the series in full. youtube.com/watch?v=PAFF-SyDzvg
Please watch, post, share, and enjoy.
Filed under: Uncategorized | Tags: Brawl, Download, Falside, Fight, Fights, Footage, Guts, Juan Deuce, Nicolas Heller, Punch, Raw, Ricky Shabazz, Scene, Uncut, Unedited
Filed under: Uncategorized | Tags: Blacastan, brown bag allstars, christmas songs, Dirty Hank, Falside, jon hope, Juan Deuce, Koncept, Monty Brogan, Reason, xxxmas
Merry Christmas, you filthy animals!
Filed under: Uncategorized | Tags: Apollo The Great, Falside, Maybach Music Group, MMG, Rick Ross, Ricky Rozay, Stalley, Stay Charged
“Nice little heatrock from Stalley plus Camden, NJ’s Apollo the Great, with Ricky Shabazz & The Boom Bap Boys producer Falside on the boards. This will appear on the DJ Booth presented mixtape, The Write Off 3 dropping Dec. 19th.”