Extended Players Presents The Funhouse

Sunday, 30 October 2011

DJ MK & SHORTEE BLITZ- LISTEN BACK TO THE RADIO SHOW HERE!

Last weeks Hip Hop show was another SMASH!!
I gave you new heat from the likes of Nas, Dj Premier, J Cole, Rick Ross, Juicy J & Snoop, Roots Manuva, Ricko Capito, and much much more. Shortee killed it for the last 20 min, with a best of Swizz Beats mix...

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RE:GENERATION Track: Mark Ronson "A La Modeliste"

Produced by Mark Ronson, "A La Modaliste" is the Jazz remix for RE:GENERATION featuring Erykah Badu, Trombone Shorty, Mos Def, Zigaboo Modeliste, and Members of The Dap Kings.


ASAP Rocky – Bass

COMMON - BLUE SKIES (VIDEO)

The official video for Common 's explosive new single, "Blue Sky" (prod. by No ID) off his upcoming album "The Dreamer / The Believer"! 






Bumpy Knuckles & DJ Premier – BAP

It's a good start to Sunday!!!

Originally Preem  gave this to Jay Z for the Blueprint 3 project, but submitted it too late.

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Props to Eskay

Thursday, 27 October 2011

Wednesday, 26 October 2011

Freeway – The Intermission (Mixtape)

Sway - Still Speedin'

Sway is back and here is the video for Still Speeding. From the album "The Deliverance"




Monday, 24 October 2011

LOWKEY FT. MAI KHALIL - DEAR ENGLAND

BUY ALBUM NOW! http://bit.ly/r1x6um
FULL ALBUM 'SOUNDTRACK TO THE STRUGGLE' 






Pusha T – What Dreams Are Made Of

From fear of God II.
Check out the new Pusha T website HERE

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Props to Nah Right

DJ MK & DIZZEE RASCAL LIVE IN SAN FRANCISCO

This took place a week ago at a festival called Treasure island, which took place on a actual island in San francisco. As per usual the spot got blown, and the crowd went crazy, especially to the new tunes like Bassline junkie, and let the .... Watch out for the dirtee Stank US invasion!!!

























Sunday, 23 October 2011

DJ MK -A-CYDE -CHRIS P CUTS - NOV 5TH GULLYVER SPECIAL

Londons best club night returns....Catch me on the decks alongside A-Cyde and Chris P Cuts, playing that heat all night....From Hip Hop, Funk, Soul, 80's, Electronic, Disco, Rock, Garage, Dub, we have it all and we will kill you with bass....

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Friday, 14 October 2011

Riding On The Roads (Freestyle) - Shiffa Don & Airklipz

Freestyle by Shiffa Don & Airklipz. Watch out for the S'n'K Mixtape. JammyGitsAlbum 2 coming soon!


Thursday, 13 October 2011

THE RETURN OF THE FUNHOUSE!!

Keep it locked...











Nas ft. Rick Ross – Its A Tower Heist



Brand new Nas feat Rick Ross, and certainly did not see this combo coming. Salaam Remi the man who produced for Bush Babies, Fugees, Amy Winehouse to name a few is back on the boards for this one. From the forthcoming movie "Tower Heist". This is Sick.



Props to eskay

Juicy J - Who Da Neighbors (Remix) ft. Snoop Dogg [NEW 2011]

A street anthem thats been around for a minute, but now gets a remix touch with the big homey Snoop. Big up to Diz for putting me onto this a while back.


Stylah - Crash Course 2


South London native Stylah is back with the long awaited sequel to classic UK mixtape Crash Course. Over soulful blends neatly selected by UKs finestDJ Snips, Stylah delivers intelligent and gritty narrative with the help of his cronies Lowkey, Smiler, Propane, Haze, Kidderachi, Exo and Mikill Pane. this is set to be another classic release from the heavyweight MC.

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Old Man Smokes With Snoop Dogg

This is hilarious!!!!! bIG UP Martello.

Dr.Dre Previews New Track From The Detox Session

Daaaaaamn...

Sway - Road To Deliverance Episode 2 -- Still Speedin'

Sway is back on his grind, with new music and new energy.

Wednesday, 12 October 2011

ROOTS MANUVA - 4EVEREVOLUTION

I've been talking about this album for the last 6 months on this site, and thankfully it is now out to  buy. Already this is getting a string of 5 out of 5 reviews,  like this review from the BBC. This is Roots Manuva's best album to date!





One of the most agreeable recent developments in the making of long-playing records has been the rediscovery of brevity. Whether the reasons are aesthetic or cynical, the last 10 years or so has seen a gradual return to the short, sharp 40-minute album after all the turgid, filler and skit-filled self-indulgences of the 1990s. So it was cause for concern when one noticed that the fifth album proper by veteran British rapper/producer Rodney Smith, aka Roots Manuva, featured as many as 19 tracks and ran to just under an hour. Especially because its predecessor, 2008’s Slime & Reason, was a somewhat dispiriting affair which sounded like the lugubrious but charming south Londoner had become lost in a world of introspection and self-pity. An hour of dense, low-tempo grumbles about money and disillusion? Not an exciting prospect.
Thankfully, it turns out that 4everevolution is long because Smith seems, since relocating to Sheffield and working occasionally with South Yorkshire neighbour and mischievous dance producer Toddla T, to have hit the richest creative vein of his accomplished career. This outstanding long-player is, by some distance, his best yet, combining the squelchy beats and Brit-Jamaican humour he is known for with a musical eclecticism and experimental joy that is entirely new.
Unlike the traditional hip hop album, 4everevolution sees Smith plus various members of his Banana Klan crew swapping ‘real’ instruments, mixing them with Smith’s trademark, bass-heavy electronics and building tracks that sound spontaneous, completely un-generic and packed with excitement, adventure and optimism. Amongst these tracks, there isn’t one that feels superfluous. And Smith’s refusal to follow any current trend in pop-rap or urban dance production ensures that every one is a sonic surprise.
There are guest spots – including Skin and Cass from Skunk Anansieon Skid Valley’s punchy social commentary, Toddla T on Watch Me Dance, and Australian producers Dizz1 and Monkeymarc on the outstanding Here We Go Again and Who Goes There? respectively – but every collaborator here surrenders to Smith’s freewheeling but entirely focused sonic vision. Highlights are the gothadelic The Throes of It; the loose, almost punk-funkish Noddy; the witty, loved-up G-funk of Much Too Plush; and the mutant dubstep of The Path, which showcases the deliciously weird female vocals of new discovery Elan Tamara. And in the synthetic steel-pan ballad Wha’ Mek? – one of three tunes in which Smith proves that he’s almost as good a singer as rapper – he has a post-Mike Skinner dysfunctional love song that could, perhaps, be the hit single that has proved so elusive to him.
The album also takes in prowling street-rap, upbeat disco throwbacks, reggae and dancehall ragamuffin anthems, Stevie Wonder andGeorge Clinton references a-plenty and a feeling that you’ve been invited to an all-weekend party in a recording studio with several of the most talented people you’ll ever meet. It’s a pure, you’re-only-as-old-as-you-feel joy to hear British hip hop’s most original and inspiring voice hitting his peak as he approaches his 40th year.

Tuesday, 11 October 2011

NAS -NASTY VIDEO



SICK VIDEO, NAS IS STIL THAT GUY!

Kanye West & Russell Simmons At #OccupyWallStreet

The media is giving the events on  Wall street, and around various US cities, little to no  media coverage. It doesn't really show the US in a good light with tens of thousands of there own people protesting about corrupt bankers and politicians who have, and still are blatantly stealing off the tax payer to the point of where the US/UK are now in so much debt, even if tax was raised to 100%, this wouldn't even begin to pay off the debt. Kanye did a good thing, and showed his face at Wall Street the other day, alongside Uncle Rush.


Stylah feat. Lowkey - The Light [Music Video]

Both MC'S go IN.


JAY ELECTRONICA - MOBB DEEP - CALL OF DUTY

BRAND NEW HEAT



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Props to Xclusivezone

Monday, 10 October 2011

WESTWOOD BREAKS DOWN PIRATE RADIO IN THE 80'S

Since day 1 Westwood has been in the game and has seen it all. A legend in the game in doubt. You dont really see many serious interviews with Westwood just talking about music especialy what it was like back in the day. Here Westwood breaks down what it was like to be a pirate DJ then, and him being on KissFm.













JIM JONES TAKES IT BACK

BEEN A LONG TIME

Sorry for the lack of posts over the last 2 weeks, i ve been DJing in Austrai, London,Germany, and India and just got back. Heres some photos of the travels.