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Watch the Official Lyric Video that I created for Panamatic for the last song on the Revamp of a Conscious Mind Mixtape.  It’s called “Waiting For?” and it samples the Pat Benatar song “Invincible” from the Legend of Billie Jean Soundtrack.

FREE MUSIC! Download the Revamp of a Conscious Mind Mixtape by Panamatic at DatPiff.  23 tracks!  He’s currently the Number 6 Hip Hop Artist in Austin on ReverbNation.  He peaked at Number 5 yesterday.

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Check out my brother’s new song that he debuted last night to kick off 2014 off right.  If you love the Legend of Billie Jean and Pat Benatar, peep this.  And, he’s a hip hop artist by the way!

As an aside, I told him he had the same idea as Laga Gaga and Xtina, who also released their remix to “Do What U Want” last night.  I thought it was funny as he didn’t know about it.  I’m more of the pop guy, which is why I love this song so much.

Anyway, he goes by Panamatic reppin’ Panama because we’re Panamanian.  It’s called “Waiting For?”  

We’re Panamanian, grew up in El Paso, but he’s based in Austin, where I lived for a long time, too.  We have love and pride for all three places. Please support local and hometown talent!  

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Forgot it was Throwback Thursday #TT. Saw this on TV earlier.  Junior Mafia featuring Notorious B.I.G. “Get Money.”

My brother is a hip hop artist (producer, writer, beat-maker, etc.) and has been doing his thing for some years now.  He goes by Panamatic (we’re of Panamanian descent) and this is his latest, “Kid P The Flyness.”    Check it.

[Guess I never posted this here.  Thought I had.]

Read the April 2013 LOTTO Interview at my music site, Urb’l Remedy. It’s with Savannah,GA grunge-rapper/producer/artist and Dope Sandwich hip hop collective founder, Knife.  Listen to “Something Awful” [NSFW] from his sophomore release, Blackmale.

Salt-N-Pepa “Expression” from Blacks’ Magic (1990 third release)

Watch Sunday’s SNP video, “Expression,” here.
Watch Sunday’s G&S video, “Love You Better,” here.

My Show of the Month for May 2012 is Salt-N-Pepa with God-Des & She that takes place this coming Saturday night (at the end of the week!) at the Belmont here in the ATX.  See that post and get all the deets here.

Since I have a week, I’m going to post two videos from SNP & G&S today and tomorrow.

Salt-N-Pepa have so many great songs to choose from.  This is probably my all-time favorite song from them.  Apparently, this is a remix version that I found on YouTube.  Why not change it up?  We’ve all heard the original.  It really goes with my personal mantra for this site.  Click here to see what I’m talking about.

Show of the Month:  Salt-N-Pepa with God-Des & SheLIVE@The Belmont/21+ Show/May 12/Doors at 8P/Music at 9P/$40/305 W 5TH STREETFacebook Event PageThis is a HUGE show!  Salt-N-Pepa are hip hop legends. ‘Nuff said.But, the fact that God-Des & She are getting to play with them is the part that is the HUGE-EST!  An LGBT hip pop/soul duo on the same bill as these global legends? Really?  And, they’re all talented and strong women, so it’s not even a question of that.  I love my women artists.  Who doesn’t love SNP and who in Austin does not fall in love with G&S once you see and/or meet them?  G&S are based here, y’all, and if you didn’t know, now you know!  I think the lesbians can be said to be a given, but, then, they get the gay boys, too, and soon the world, which I’m sure they already have some of, anyway.  This will be a nice mixed crowd.  I love it because it’s a nice bridge (a word someone used when I was talking to them about this show recently and I liked it, so I’m using it).  A straight-gay alliance of hip hop, if you will!  At the end of the day, though, it really is just about good music, great performance, and charisma as artists and performers on stage.  And, all four ladies have all of this in droves.Salt-N-Pepa are from Queens and Brooklyn and represent hip hop globally.God-Des & She are from the Midwest and represent hip pop/soul in the gAyTX and the world.

Show of the Month:  Salt-N-Pepa with God-Des & She

LIVE@The Belmont/21+ Show/May 12/Doors at 8P/Music at 9P/$40/305 W 5TH STREET

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This is a HUGE show!  Salt-N-Pepa are hip hop legends. ‘Nuff said.

But, the fact that God-Des & She are getting to play with them is the part that is the HUGE-EST!  An LGBT hip pop/soul duo on the same bill as these global legends? Really?  And, they’re all talented and strong women, so it’s not even a question of that. 

I love my women artists.  Who doesn’t love SNP and who in Austin does not fall in love with G&S once you see and/or meet them?  G&S are based here, y’all, and if you didn’t know, now you know!  I think the lesbians can be said to be a given, but, then, they get the gay boys, too, and soon the world, which I’m sure they already have some of, anyway.  This will be a nice mixed crowd.  I love it because it’s a nice bridge (a word someone used when I was talking to them about this show recently and I liked it, so I’m using it).  A straight-gay alliance of hip hop, if you will! 

At the end of the day, though, it really is just about good music, great performance, and charisma as artists and performers on stage.  And, all four ladies have all of this in droves.

Salt-N-Pepa are from Queens and Brooklyn and represent hip hop globally.

God-Des & She are from the Midwest and represent hip pop/soul in the gAyTX and the world.

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