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Video: The Know (Fatnice x Kush Shalimar) – The Darker Beauty @culturepower45 @fatnicemc @kushshalimar #culturepower45

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , on February 6, 2018 by Brother Perspective Magazine
Video: The Know (Fatnice x Kush Shalimar) – The Darker Beauty
@culturepower45 @fatnicemc @kushshalimar

Available on the Culture Power 45 release ‘Lost Cargo 2″ vinyl available at http://www.culturepower45.com Lyrics by Fatnice Produced by Kush Shalimar Video animated by Marcellous Lovelace

#culturepower45

 Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VRwOoJ0NOYE
get the album Lost Cargo 2 at http://www.culturepower45.com
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UNDERGROUND FEED BACK STEREO PODCAST 79 (Mixed By ML7102) All Vinyl Mix #undergroundfeedbackstereo

Posted in infinito 2017, Uncategorized with tags , , , , on September 21, 2017 by Brother Perspective Magazine

PODCAST 79

 

UNDERGROUND FEED BACK STEREO PODCAST 79 (Mixed By ML7102) All Vinyl Mix

WWW.UNDERGROUNDFEEDBACKSTEREO.COM

Chubb Rock Instrumental + Uncle Remus – Intro

Roberta Flack – Do What You Gotta Do

Moms Mabley – If I had Money

A.D.O.R. – Let It All Hang Out (Pete Rock Remix)

OLANUNJI! – Shango (Chant To The God Od Thunder)

Earth Wind And Fire – Magic Mind

Bill Cosby x Music of Cosmos – NOAH RIGHT!

Grover Washington JR – Black Frost

Poor Righteous Teachers – Styles Dropped / Lessons Taught

Fatnice – Time U Miss (Culture Power45)

Laura Nyro X LaBelle – Desiree

ALLIES (Iomos Marad & L.I.F.E. Long) FT. John Robinson – Slums of Trouble

Heavy D x Tony DOFAT – Whos Da Man (Instrumental)

Material ILLside – Underground Feed Back Stereo

Memphis: Masta Ace (Live) | @FatNice @Lyrikill BVS @Paragon @Empee @ThaioneDavis @IMAKEMADBEATS @DJWaht

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , on February 10, 2015 by Brother Perspective Magazine

Masta Ace | Friday The 13th Showcase Live!

Think Blk x UZN

Friday, March 13, 2015 from 8:00 PM to 11:59 PM (CDT)

Memphis, TN

Masta Ace | Friday The 13th Showcase Live!

buy tickets: http://www.eventbrite.com/e/masta-ace-friday-the-13th-showcase-live-tickets-15486445375

Event Details

Memphis

Brooklyn native Masta Ace is known as one of the most prolific orators of the Hip Hop culture at its height in the 80’s. His lyrical debut was alongside Big Daddy Kane, Kool G. Rap, and Craig G. with The Symphony. Masta Ace continued his narration and raw lyricism with his albums and ultimately solidified his legacy in hip hop. Masta Ace is set to bring that same notorious raw energy to Memphis March 13th at The Renaissance along with special guests FatNice, Lyrikill, BVS, Paragon, Empee, Thaione Davis, IMAKEMADBEATS, DJ Waht, and more. VIP packages will be available for purchase.

@FatNice @Lyrikill BVS @Paragon @Empee @ThaioneDavis @IMAKEMADBEATS @DJWaht

FAQs

Are there ID requirements or an age limit to enter the event?

This event is 18 and over. Any Ticket holder unable to present valid identification indicating that they are at least 18 years of age will not be admitted to this event, and will not be eligible for a refund.

Is my registration/ticket transferrable?

No. All sales are final and non-transferrable.

Have questions about Masta Ace | Friday The 13th Showcase Live!? Contact Think Blk x UZN

Dope: Fatnice – Peace Love Unity and Havin official release [commercial]

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , on May 18, 2014 by Brother Perspective Magazine

Fatnice – Peace Love Unity and Havin Fun (RBM048)
Limited Edition 7″ vinyl record
Available Now on RecordBreakin

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Tasty Limited Edition 7″ vinyl with exclusive remixes from Lil’ Dave and Buscrates 16-bit Ensemble. Also included on the record is Fatnice’s “Peace Love Unity and Havin Fun (Windy City Mix)”. The originals of “Peace Love Unity and Havin Fun” and “My Favorite Things” are taken from Fatnice’s debut album “It’s Nice to Meet You”.

Order here: (Digital Downloads contain bonuses and instrumentals available on bandcamp page)
http://www.recordbreakin.com/shop/unity
http://recordbreakin.bandcamp.com/alb

Follow Fatnice at:
https://twitter.com/fatnicemc
instagram.com/fatnice
facebook.com/fatnice
https://fatnice.bandcamp.com

Video and release artwork by Bret Syfert

 

Fresh: Peace Love Unity and Havin Fun by Fatnice

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , on May 12, 2014 by Brother Perspective Magazine

This release from Fatnice includes exclusive remixes from Lil’ Dave and Buscrates 16-bit Ensemble remixes (also available on Limited Edition vinyl). The originals of “Peace Love Unity and Havin Fun” and “My Favorite Things” are taken from Fatnice’s debut album “It’s Nice to Meet You”. credits releases 19 May 2014 Written and performed by Fatnice Remixes from Lil’ Dave, Buscrates 16-bit Ensemble and Blaak the 9th Man tags tags: hip hop r&b/soul soul electronic funk hip hop jazz soul Philadelphia

Peace Love Unity and Havin Fun cover art

#Recordbreakin #fatnice #chicago #philly 

Lets Meet: FATNICE [Chicago Emcee]

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , on May 1, 2014 by Brother Perspective Magazine

FATNICE

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Fatnice is multi talented to say the least.  The avant garde MC, producer, singer, and writer grew up listening to tons of records and tapes from his aunts collections which were comprised primarily of soul and funk gems.  A prolific house head, Fatnice became entrenched in the boombap sounds of hiphop via the roar of Melle Melle rhyming The Message in 1982.  An avid writer of poetry Fatnice found it addicting being able to combine rhymes with beats to create music.

Born in Chicago and being in love with education, Fatnice traveled to Atlanta, GA, in 1992 in pursuit of higher learning at Clark Atlanta University.  During his matriculation Fatnice continued to delve deep into the abyss of music via record collecting, checking out shows at the famous Funk Jazz Café, and battling MC’s around the Atlanta University Center.  Although Fatnice had been performing since the age of 11, he would get a true taste of the stage upon landing in the City of Philadelphia in the fall of 98.

Fatnice found himself in Philadelphia, once again pursuing higher learning and rocking open mics on the campus of The University of Pennsylvania’s’ Veranda Room(The Gathering).   Shortly after his arrival Fatnice linked with classmate Darin Tolliver (aka Gamez) and became a member of Philly juggernaut Prophets of Ghetto having the honor of opening up for the likes of Public Enemy and Dilated Peoples.  Upon graduating from PENN in 2000, Fatnice’s decision to stay in Philly led him to a life of recording and traveling internationally with the now defunct Philadelphia based hiphop trio 84. Fatnice has had the humbling experience of working with greats such as DJ Cash MoneyBahamadiaCee Knowledge of Digable Planets and a host of others.

Presently Fatnice, a true believer in the art of moving the crowd, still performs, records and writes as well as flexing his vocal talents under the alias Mojo Green.  Along with his production partner Blaak the 9th Man, the two have created Welcome To Soulville where Fatnice releases material such as his project ‘It’s Nice To Meet You’. 

Purchase his latest album.

profile: http://www.recordbreakin.com/artist/#/fatnice/

buy new album – http://recordbreakin.bandcamp.com/album/peace-love-unity-and-havin-fun-2

Fresh: Fatnice – Its Nice to Meet You | Brothers Perspective Magazine Review

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , on December 10, 2013 by Brother Perspective Magazine

Artist: Fatnice
Album: It’s Nice To Meet You

This is bigger than a review for us over here at Brothers Perspective Magazine this is an endorsement on behalf of Hip Hop History. Fatnice has blessed us with an advanced copy of the amazing “It’s Nice to Meet You” CD. This is an album that is reminiscent of Mains Sources album Breaking Atoms with a Chicago / Philly vibe throughout. With very jazzy beats and well placed samples all over the joint. Throughout this 16 track epilogue I’d say it’s something similar to a master thesis. Lyrical Fitness is one of the strongest tracks due to the effortless rhyme patterns and ridiculous word play on the song. Deep embraces Fatnice’s eloquent story telling that features Ruby Dee and Mos Def as a part of the Beatsmifs theme. And once you take in Each and Every day and Watercolors which features Charlie K you will be blown away. Now it sounds like I’m just giving my view point, don’t take my word for it; check it out for yourself. Oh we need peace Love, Unity and Having Fun.
Recommendation: GO GET IT

www.fatnice.bandcamp.com
www.twitter.com/fatnicemc
Review by Brothers Perspective

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