Breakfast Cereal-Crunch Into Some Music

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This is your Breakfast Cereal; think of it as your morning delivery. A song to get you going each morning, when we all know you want to sleep in and lay around for another four hours or so. So grab a spoon and dig in.

Sam Adams and Rusko. Pretty sure these guys wouldn’t be talked about in the same conversation unless you were referring to Sammy’s song “Hold On” from his Party Records mixtape. If I had to choose any artist to go over dubstep, I don’t think Boston’s Boy would be my first choice, but in this instance, it works. Rusko is no slouch either.

I’ve been thinking about the emergence of dubstep in hip-hop culture the past few days, as noted in my tweets. I’m still not sure what to think; for the most part I hate dubstep by itself, but when it’s combined with hip-hop it sounds bearable, if not good. I guess it’s the next logical step now that artists are sampling indie music. I feel like I should write a piece on this soon as I haven’t done any actual writing in forever. More on that later hopefully; I don’t have shit to do today so it would make my day somewhat worthwhile.

Download: Sam Adams-Hold On

Sam Adams-Watch Out

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Here’s the studio version for Sam Adams’ song “Watch Out.” Love him or hate him, the dude can make a banger. I personally love Boston’s Boy and think he’s the shit. Most of the time; Party Records was iffy to me. Crazy what this kid did all from remaking a song by Asher Roth. A nice, mild dupstep beat behind the main beat, it really reminds me of the beat that was used in “Gucci Gucci.” I don’t think Sammy is a real lyricist by any means but he does have a nice flow; that continues in this song. Definitely worth a download, if only because you know they’ll be playing it at your favorite club/middle school dance soon. Absolutely kills this one.

Sam Adams-Watch Out (Live at Bamboozle)

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Boston’s Boy dropped a new song on the audience at Bamboozle this past weekend. Sounds like this could have been on Party Records. Audio isn’t that great but it sounds like typical Sam Adams.

PJ Simas-Triple Play Album

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First off, shout out to GoodMusicAllDay for sponsoring this album.

PJ Simas is a Cali kid attending Cal Poly. I had obtained his song Ocean Drop awhile ago and it kind of just sat on my iTunes until I tossed my iPod on shuffle one day and the song came up. I was really feeling it, thinking it was another artist, until I looked down and saw it was made by this PJ Simas guy. The song has been heavy rotation in my pod since then, and I played it at a few parties when I was home to good reviews. Yes, I’m that guy at every party that plays music off his iPod and gives people dirty looks when they try to play some country or shit like that. They deserve it, damn it.

It appears PJ self-produced this album and the dude definitely has a future as a producer as well as an artist. He does an excellent job at putting together the project with both chill and heavier beats with an array of instruments, especially guitar, and does a phenomenal job of both singing and rapping. His lyrics are truthful, honest, and insightful; Something you don’t see from many artists. He has a bit of a raspy voice like Sam Adams but it definitely isn’t all about bitches, smoking, and money. It’s about life. And that vibes with me.

PJ Simas-Triple Play Album

From The Eye Of Sam Adams (Video)

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Sam Adams posted this on his Twitter earlier today. It’s a concert at Toad’s in New Haven, Connecticut. It’s basically just him performing but skip ahead to 5:20 in the video when he gets a hold of the camera and starts filming the crowd. Ends up being what Boston’s Boy would see while performing. It’s pretty sick and makes it look like it would be exhilarating as hell to perform in front of that many fans.