Earlier today, Funkmaster Flex debuted the latest Mob Muzik joint “Blowing On Jamaica” with Mr. Cheeks, Chaz Money and the newest member, dancehall artist, FretDem. Check it out below.
Chaz Money and director Dillz are back with another dope video. This time refashioning Drake’s “Headlines” beat and making it his own. The material Mob Muzik and Mob Media are putting out is looking better and better.
With Loaded Lux on a tour stop in Harlem.
On the road.
Early this morning, Zues Lytning (formerly INFman) released his self-produced debut album Zues Juice. Zues Juice crosses the genres of hip hop, pop, r&b, and electro giving it widespread appeal, while Zues’ hearty, bass-heavy, bouncy beats and catchy melodies tie the project together. A myriad of featured artists all put their spin on the carefully produced tracks.
Download this 100% original album for free ZUES LYTNING: ZUES JUICE.
Artwork by Intell Hazefield.
Touring the entire eastern seaboard these past couple of months, Chaz Money has literally touched down in more states than Hurricane Irene. Here is the first video to drop off of his Money Book street album. Footage taken from various places while out on tour. Director, Dillz, promises that there are more videos to come.
Fresh off of a three city tour with Joe Budden, Chaz Money drops his street album*, “Money Book.”
(*Street album = Thematic content and all original production! though not officially sold and released. Prod. Beatz By Pyro, INFman/Zues Lytning, Intell Hazefield)
When you read the title you may think, “alright, another compilation of self-absorbed, superficial songs talking about how much money and women he has.” Well, what would that say about you if you were to judge it without listening? Sure, it has some of those themes, but this is much more.
“Money Book” as I see it, means “Chaz Money’s Book.” It’s the recording of his rhyme book, which to a rapper can be as personal as a diary. This intimacy is prevalent in numerous songs. In “Money Book Intro” he takes a step back and gives a nod to hip hop legend Rakim, “MJ Ready” connects the significance of his age (23) to the performance of a young Michael Jordan, in “Life Switch” Chaz tells a woman he’s pursuing that leaving her negligent boyfriend is almost as easy as turning off a light, and “Laid Off” is a song about being laid off from his job, but never working harder than he has now (also produced by and featuring me).
A lot of dope content on here. Check it out below.
The Breakthrough Tour with Joe Budden
Mob Muzik’s Chaz Money jumps on Joe Budden’s The Breakthrough Tour to bring his style of New York rap music to the DMV area. Another step in the right direction for all rappers in Upstate NY. I recently heard from an industry insider that to many, Albany, NY is known as a musical and cultural “Dead Zone”. Let’s change that popular misconception, Chaz.
VENUES – DATES:
Paradigm – Norfolk, VA – 7/5/11 – Ages 21+
U Street Music Hall – Washington, DC – 7/6/11 – Ages 18+
Fish Head Cantina – Baltimore, MD – 7/7/11 – Ages 21+
via FMA Blog
Mob Muzik was the featured act for The Source Magazine’s Ghetto Metal show at S.O.B.’s this past Tuesday night. Performing was Mr. Cheeks, Mirk, Chaz Money, and King Dreams.
I’m proud to see artists out of Albany on The Source’s site. I’m even more proud that it’s my family.
Photos via the original article at The Source Magazine.
Mob Muzik Inc. is a joint venture from Powerful Productions and Management (PPM), Mr. Cheeks, and Avid Artist Management, which recently signed a record label deal with IMG/Universal Records.
Right now, the roster includes: rapper – Chaz Money, band – Mirk, and rapper/producer – King Dreams. Expect big things from this team.
MIRK (formerly Mirk and the New Familiars) has been making noise around the 518 for quite some time now with their hip hop, rock, funk style. Here’s “Beautiful Music” from MIRK and Mr. Cheeks. The piano riff on this one reminds me of Jay Z’s “Politics As Usual”.
Chaz Money and King Dreams put their spin on the classic “Lifestyles of the Rich and Shameless”.