Only adults are admitted. Nobody younger than 18 can hire or listen to Psykhomantus in the club or your speakers with this rating. The DJ under this category do not have limitation on the bad language that is used. Hard Beats are generally allowed, and strong Scratchin/Beat Juggling along with Body Tricks activity is also allowed. Scenes of strong real sex may be permitted if justified by a fly groupie.

Saturday, 17 December 2011

2011 Rap Up...

2011 Rap Up...

To my crew A Few Good Men (Roc 1, E Double D & Rhize), thanks for putting me down, EMD, Big P, my homie Looby, SureShot (a strong supporter), my cuz Cas-Pit, Deano Presto (Hott Off The Press Radio Show), Miss C Brown (Partner in crime), Juice Aleem (We did the first mix's now let's do the shows), Soweto Kinch (Thanks for putting me down for the Flyover Show), Jonzi D & Jade (Thanks for adding the theatre touch to my CV), Maxwell, Lyric L (Taste of chocolate), Marv-Ill, K.E.V, Tony & Gavin of CDR Brunt Progress (It was fun time with you guys), CDR Derby, CDR Nottingham, my Tamashii family (Jimi Oh, Gentle D, Tony Minvielle, Cardiac), Rich BLK, Son Of Dan (I still got that mixtape to do for you), Kenny Dust (U ready to deliver i-man's bread) & Alix (Too Black, Too Strong), DJ Illout aka Buggin Out, Rob Swift of the X-Ecutioners (Thanks for putting my Rap Original Samples on your Dope On Plastic show), Thatkidnamedcee and the Skratchlife crew, DJ Q-Bert and Trud Rumble, Grandmaster Flash, T3, Iller J, Young RJ, Crazy Legs of the Rock Steady Crew, Shabba Doo, Public Enemy, Christie Z-Padon (DMC US/Tools Of War), Sally (DMC UK), Tha En4ourcers (DJ Pogo, Biz-Ness & Swift), Tilt Limings, Mellow Baku, Mega Stress (Big up homie), Malik & Cypher Jewels (MD7), Mad Flow, Mr Thing, DJ Cro, Mushroom, DJ Winchester, DJ Bounce, DJ Zulu, P Brothers, Jazzre:Freshed, MCM, Sic-Nis, Justice, Ms Storm E Knights, Down By Law, Flava Squad, Leicester's Race Course, Punch Records, Turkey Cafe (I miss that place), Natterjacks (Thanks), Hub Bar (my 20 Years & Still Grinding anniversary was a blast), Hare & Hounds, Juno Bar, Nine Bar, Sumo Bar (Thanks but no thanks), Bowstrings, Double "Doz" D, Black Magic, Steady, J-Wiz, Eddie O'Neil, Steve Hoo & Dave, Stephanie Walker (KMT), Mykal Morgan, Sonia & Sabrina, Chantel and family, Rax, Mikey Dread (Top Shotta) & Family, Tin Man (The Gal Dem Sugar) and the B Better crew, DJ Yess & D Crime, Steven Pannack, Anita Dingham, Natalie James, Lisa Anderson, Girls Can't DJ, DJ Jaz, Busa, Aiden & Tom (J Dilla number 1 fan), Ian Sergeant. Roke, Catalina and her son (One day it will all make sense). I wanna say thank you as you all was part of my adventures and making life a little more easy for 2011. Happy Holidays and i'll see you all in 2012.

Top 5 Rap Albums of 2011


1. Random Axe "Random Axe
2. J Rocc "Some Cold Roc Stuff'
3. The Game 'The Red Album"
4. Pharoahe Monch "We Are Renegades"
5. Elzah "Elmatic"

Top 5 Future Soul Albums of 2011


1. Dego "A Wah Him Dah Pon"
2. Jazzre:Freshed "Kaidi's 5ive"
3. Mark de Clive-Lowe "Renegade'
4. Lyric L "Amazed"
5. Daz-I-Kue "Supahero"

Top 5 Mixtapes of 2011


1. M-Rock "The Best Of A Tribe Called Quest"
2. DJ Brainchild "It's All Over The Place/Dego 2000 Black"
3. Mick Boogie & DJ Jazzy Jeff "Summertime 2"
4. DJ Spinna "The Best Of MdCL"
5. DJ Rob Swift "Back To Bay"

Top 5 Psykhomantus Mixtapes of 2011


1. Juice Aleem "Wicked Scientist"
Download Link: http://snd.sc/vAWgJd
2. "The Untitled Fan-Tas-Tic Slum Village Mixtape Vol 1 & 2
Download Link Vol 1: http://www.megaupload.com/?d=ZSLGJVK5
Download Link Vol 2: 
3. "The Rob Swift Mixtape, The Architect's Work"
Download Link: http://soundcloud.com/psykhomantus/the-rob-swift-mixtape-the
4. "J-Roc For (Funky) President Edition
Download Link: http://www.megaupload.com/?d=E5PZPPEB
5. "The Roy Ayers (Mixtape) Project Edition
Download Link: http://www.megaupload.com/?d=PY4XNS6I


Bonus Post:


Free Download: Tablist With Soul Vol 3







1. Dis Yah One- Shokazulu
2. Dancing- Omar & Zed Bias
3. Under Orders- Mark de Clive-Lowe
4. Something- Andrea Clarke & Daz-I-Kue
5. Sweet U- Lyric L
6. Bloodfire- Daz-I-Kue
7. We Are Virgo- Dego & Kaidi Tatham
8. Push- Mark de Clive-Lowe, Bambe Segue & Nia Andrews
9. Misgiving- Mika Arisaka & Bembe Segue
10. Grass Is Greener (Matthew Bandy's Good Green Mix)- Donn T
11. Hubble- Actual Proof
12. To My Surprise- Jazzre:Freshed


Download Likn: http://www.mediafire.com/?42j89f7aqe06w2w

Saturday, 3 December 2011

Download: Juice Aleem "Wicked Scientist"


Soak up these Black Magic treats from the hidden vaults of the Wicked Scientist and prepare for moor incoming Shadowless Magnetic Voodoo

Shadowless Presents: Juice Aleem "Wicked Scientist" Mix CD. Mixed by Psykhomantus of A Few Good Men

1: Shadowless Ride Again (Prod Blackitude)

2: Neva Wan Dem (Prod Khan of Thaitainium Feat: Akil The MC & Hydro Phonics)

3: Wicked Scientist (prod Sir Tomz)

4: Electronic Music (prod Percy Filth Feat. Mad Flow) From the album Elbow Grease

5: No Birth Record (prod and Feat. Cipher Jewels)

6: Build it up (prod Part2ism)

7: (Back to) Dust (prod by Gabriel for CeaseFire Studios)

8: Higher Higher (Offshore RMX)

9: Style is free (prod Blackitude)

10: You shut the F*** up (Supreme Beard RMX by Elai Immortal & GreyBeard)

11: Kick Ass (Movie Theme) (prod The Qemists)

12: Change (prod by and Feat Sir Tomz for Jailhouse) From the album Lockdown

13: Give up the Fight (Sacrifice) (prod Part2ism) From the album Universally Dirty by New Flesh

14: Baby Fardah Dem (Prod & Feat Blackitude)

15: WonderWoman RMX (by Justice Hotep Feat Juice Aleem & Psykhomantus)

16: Don't fear the snakebite (Prod & Feat Elai Immortal)

17: Bombs Anthem, Kraddy RMX (Feat Creature, Seraphim, Mike Ladd)

18: Spot Dem (Prod Gabriel for CeaseFire Studios, Feat Blackitude)

19: Howz That! (Prod Part2ism) from the album Universally Dirty

Shadowless Presents: Juice Aleem "Wicked Scientist" Mix CD. Mixed by Psykhomantus of A Few Good Men

Mastered by Rob Blakeny
Executive Produced by Elai 'Wasif Sayyed' Immortal & Juice Aleem

Download Link: http://snd.sc/vAWgJd

Thursday, 1 December 2011

Rap's Original Samples Vol 3







Welcome to December. This months R.O.S Vol. 3 brings you up to date tracks by staying away from the 90's same ol same ol songs. Keeping it fresh by hearing where the new songs get their samples from for their new joints. Check how DJ Premier flips Miles Davis "Water Babies"  for "The Gang Starr Bus" (a great tribute for Guru), or see how Skyzoo just rhymes over David Auxlrod's "Holy Thursday" no loops, not even chopped, just straight spitting over the original. So sit back and enjoy as class is in session. 


Sabia- Chico Buarque & Tom Jobim
The Way That I Rhyme- Jive
Let's Make It Last- Parliament
Ghetto Dreams feat Nas- Common
Rock Steady- Aretha Franklin
Lock feat Locksmith- Ski Beatz
Love Theme- Van McCoy
Born In The Trap- The Game
Cha Cha Cha- Fania All Stars
Just Like That- KRS One
Water Babies- Miles Davis
The Gang Starr Bus- Freddie Foxxx
Resolution- Mahavishnu Orchestra
The Hex- Random Axe
You Send Me- Mavis Staples
You- Evidence
Thank You Baby- Betty Wright
Thank You- Torea
Holy Thursday- David Axelrod
The Definitive Prayer- Skyzoo


Sunday, 20 November 2011

Twitter with Caution by Pipomixes


This is not an anti-Twitter rant. Instead, I'd consider it some strongly suggested recommendations for all deejays who use this social networking tool. Most deejays use Twitter in a perfectly tolerable manner by using it as a way to promote mixes, gigs, and witty humor. Other deejays have clear cases of diarrhea of the thumb. Various deejays have gone Tom Cruise on us. We love them as deejays, but once they start showing their true selves they become more annoying than a poor wifi connection. Unlike Tom Cruise, almost all of our favorite deejays don't have a premier public relations staff to clean-up their messes. That's what I'm here for. Below, is a set of observations and rules that could help many of our favorite deejays save themselves from themselves.

1. There are limits to self promotion. We all understand that Twitter is a tool primarily used for self promotion, but a little modesty PLEASE! Want to tweet where you'll be spinning next? Cool. Want to re-tweet where you'll be spinning next every hour on the hour? Still Cool (I guess) Want to tweet your latest mix? Please do. Want to re-tweet your latest mix everyday for 6 months? That's cool too. Want to tell the twitter world how you "rocked _________(insert your favorite city here)" after every single gig? Get the f*ck outta here! We get it, your the greatest deejay since sliced bread. Is it really necessary to tell us over and over again? Want to know who's especially guilty of this? I won't name names, but I will give you a little rhyme: Twitter dumb, twitter dee, this deejay's tendency to suck himself off is gayer than a dude wearing a pair of capris.

2. Please no philosophical quotes (especially if they're by you). I need a deejay telling me philosophy like I need a hole in my head. I want to hear your latest mix or attend your next gig. I don't want to read your poor attempt at street corner philosophy. I'll read Plato if I'm looking for something philosophical. Just because somebody read a book to you doesn't mean you have to share the one sentence that you remember with us over and over again. In the words of the late, great 2pac, "your whole style is bit!" Again, I won't name any names here, but a certain 26th letter deejay should be doing a 25 to life bid for plagiarism.

3. Tweeting, "people who are on Twitter all day are gay" is.....GAY!! If you're on Twitter all day, OWN IT! You're more stupid than stupid if you go dissing people who tweet all day when your own profile shows that you have 40,000 tweets. There is a certain deejay who I could put on blast for this, but I'll save him for later.

4. Reality Check 1,2. Probably not the best idea to start spouting off as a deejay about how you're going to take over the world when you have as many followers as I have wives. Even if I was a polygamist, you still wouldn't have enough followers to talk about taking over the world. There are a few deejays that come to mind here, but you probably haven't heard of them.

5. Who needs a Mad Rapper when we have Mad DJ's. Man, your favorite deejay is one bitter mofo. To be honest, a little bit of bitterness is entertaining to a degree. In fact, Twitter is the perfect venue for some witty, mean spirited humor. With that said, there are some deejays who come off as flat-out ugly people. One particular deejay that comes to mind spends most of his day essentially telling himself how wonderful he is, and telling everybody else how stupid they are. This particular deejay also enjoys tweeting over and over again how much he loves his kid. If you love your kid, tell your kid. Why do you feel the need to convince me how much you love your kid? I know, I know. Why do you follow this guy? Probably for the same reason I have the tendency to glance at car wrecks. Who is this deejay? Sh*t, I'm afraid to tell you all (dude seems like he's got anger issues). However, I will tell you that you probably wouldn't know his name if not for the legacy of a certain fallen hip hop great.

Thursday, 10 November 2011

Hott Off The Press Tribute To Heavy D



On November 8th We Lost the Overweight Lover the Jamaica-born Big Belly Gorgon, Heavy D. Hip Hop is getting older and as we love to talk about our great heros from the late 80's early 90's, we losing some of the artist of that time that help shaped Hip Hop. Heavy D was one of them. Very sad news because Rap had many styles back in those days and now they are leaving us and no one is replacing or helping shape Hip Hop Like Heavy D, Ol' Dirty Bastard, Jam Master Jay, J Dilla, Roc Raida, Mr. Magic, and the many artists that we miss. Be that it may, Heavy D is now in a peaceful place along with his dancer Trouble T Roy who died in 1990 (the song T.O.R.Y (They Reminisce Over You) by Pete Rock & CL Smooth was dedicated to him). Myself, Deano Presto and my sisters boyfriend Camille Jamal dedicated a special mix on Hott Off The Press on Leicester's Demon FM. May Heavy D Rest In Peace.


Hott Off The Press Intro w/ Deano Presto, Camille Jamal & Psykhomantus
Here We Go (intro)
We Got Our Own Thing
Alright- Janet Jackson
Jam- Michael Jackson
Now That We Find Love- Third World
Now That We Find Love
Is It Good To You- Teddy Riley ft Tammy Lucas
Is It Good To You
Somebody For Me
I Can't Go For That (No Can Do)- Hall & Oates
I'll Do Anything
Big Tyme
Don't Curse
Hott Off The Press Skit w/ Deano Presto, Camille Jamal & Psykhomantus
She Watch Channel Zero (Intro)- Public Enemy
You Can't See What I Can't See
A Buncha Niggaz
Fly Like An Eagle- Steve Miller Band
Who's The Man
Hott Off The Press Skit 2 w/ Deano Presto, Camille Jamal & Psykhomantus
Overweighter (Intro)
The Overweight Lovers In The House
Gyrzl They Love Me
Mr. Big Stuff (Remix)
Mr. Big Stuff- Jean Knight
Listen
Blue Funk
Truthful
Nuttin But Love
Help Is On The Way- The Whatnats
Hott Off The Press Skit 3 w/ Deano Presto & Camille Jamal
Sex Wit You
Back To Life (Beat)- Soul II Soul
Big Daddy (Remix)
Black Coffee
Love Me Like This
Long Distance Girl
Hott Off The Press Outro w/ Deano Presto, Camille Jamal & Psykhomantus
We Write The Songs- Marley Marl ft Biz Markie & Heavy D

Tuesday, 1 November 2011

RAP'S ORIGINAL SAMPLES VOL 2



Yes, yes y'all. Back again after crazy busy month in October. I like to thank those that came and supported Grandmaster Flash along side MCM (Caveman), Juice Aleem and my crew A Few Good Men. A big shout out to Rob Swift (X-Ecutioners) for putting my rap's Original samples on his online radio show Dope On Plastic, now the world knows my name. Lol! Also much love goe's out to Jonzi D as we returned and did another Hip Hop theatre show "Open Art Surgery" at Sadlers wells and much respect to those that took part Kev Omoaghe Akhidenor Nkechi da Lyricl Lisa Anderson Marv-ill Bigmouth Superlungs Bumi Thomas Oneness Sankara Maki Dimakatso Chima Anya Natalie James it was a blessing to work with you all. Let's do this again. Apology for those that came to see my set at Oxjam Leicester as I was double booked for rehearsals so I couldn't make it that day to perform.

Well! It's november and time to hit you all up with another mixtape and I'm happy to present to you RAP'S ORIGINAL SAMPLES VOL 2. Enjoy!

RAP'S ORIGINAL SAMPLES VOL 2 mixed by DJ Psykhomantus (A Few Good Men)

Holding You, Loving You- Don Blackman
Too Complex- L. The Head Toucha
Deliverance- Space
Rock Co.Kane Flow feat MF DOOM- De La Soul
People Make The World Go Round- Stylistics
People- Rapper Big Pooh
Shady Blues-Lee Mason
Figure Four- Sean Price
I Love Music- Ahmad Jamal
The World Is Yours- Nas
The World Is Yours- Elzhi
Saturday Night Live- Mikey Dread
Echoes Of Love-Little Boy Blues
That's Hard- Pete Rock & Smif N' Wessun
Funky Charm's- Sesame Street
Kookies- MF Doom
PBS- Masta Ace
Star War's-David Matthews
Starkology- Ghostface Killah
Last Night Change It All- Esther Williams
Last Night- NYGz
Funky Drummer- James Brown
2000 Beyound- Slum Village

Download Link: http://www.megaupload.com/?d=HDC2XJT8


Monday, 17 October 2011




DOPE ON PLASTIC

Scion A/V Streaming Radio In hours one and two, myself and Psykhomantus are schooling ya’ll on original samples from the letter A to the letter Z. That means all the way jack! Patrick Rivers, doctoral student in ethnomusicology at The Graduate Center (CUNY) sits down with yours truly in hour 3 to examine the history and practice of hip-hop production.

Tuesday, 27 September 2011

PE: In Full Effect (The Mess Age-n-Hour Muse Sick)

Psykhomantus, Chuck D, EMD, Big P, Flavor Flav

Inspired by Public Enemy’s Fear Of A Black Planet tour this month, myself and my crew went to see them in Birmingham and what a show it was. A powerful performance by one of rap’s greatest groups from the 80’s and still can out do any show of today if you ask me. Never a dull moment when Chuck D, Flavor Flav and the rest of the posse is on stage performing classic tracks from the 1989 album “Fear Of A Black Planet”, also joints from “Yo! Bum Rush The Show”, “It Take’s A Nation Of Millions To Hold Us Back” and others joints from some their albums, you just had to be there. I was so amped up by their show I had to do a mixtape, nothing but Public Enemy was rocking on my iPhone. Big Shout out to Flavor Flav who signed my book (Flavor Flav, The Icon: The Memoir) to me and my lady, also EMD, Big P (and Raise) of my crew A Few Good Men who was at the P.E. gig that night. Enjoy the mix.

Power To The People…


PE: In Full Effect (The Mess Age-n-Hour Muse Sick) mixed by Psykhomantus

Brothers Gonna Work It Out

Welcome To The Terrordome (Intro)

Welcome To The Terrordome (Refixed)- Pharoahe Monch

Welcome To The Terrordome

It’s My Thing (Inrto)- Marva Whitney

Bring The Noise

Night Train (Pete Rock Remix)

Shut’ Em Down (Pete Rock Remix)

Hyperbolicsyllabicsequedalymusic- Iassc Hayes

Black Steel In The Hour Of Chaos

Rusurrection

Ani-Nigger Machine

911 is A Joke

Revolution

Public Enemy No.1

WBLS Rap Attack 107.5 (Mr. Magic)

Cold Lampin’ With Flavor

Just Kissed My Baby (Intro)- The Meters

Timebomb

Terminator X Specks With His Hands/Flash Theme- Queen

Terminator X To The Edge Of Panic

Buck Whylin’

Self Destruction- Stop The Violence All Stars

Do The Funky Pengun (Intro)- Rufus Thomus

Don’t Believe The Hype

Rebel Without A Pause

Incident At 66.6 Fm

Fight The Power

I just Killed Your F**king Radio (Skit)

Give It Up

Meet The G That Killed Me

Prophet of Rage

66.6 Strikes Again

Can’t Truss It

Do You Wanna Go Our Way

Angel Of Death (Intro)- Slyer

She Watch Channel Zero

The Grunt (Intro)- The J.B’s

Night Of The living Baseheads (P.E.T.V. Video Mix)

Night Of The living Baseheads

Burn Hollywood Burn

Burn Hollywood Burn- Rage Against The Machine

War At 33 1/3

B Side Wins Again

B Side Wins Again- DJ Spooky & Dave Lambrado

Power To The People

Can’t Do nuttin’ For Ya Man

What’s A Public Enemy? (Skit)

No

Miuzi Weights A Ton


Download Link: http://www.megaupload.com/?d=X2L7EJYS

Monday, 26 September 2011

Ultimate Return Of The DJ's


Ultimate Return Of The DJ's is mix tape dedicated to The Bomb D.J.'s RETURN OF THE DJ albums from volume 1 (1995) to volume 5 (2003). Over 70 tracks Featuring cuts, scratches, beat juggling, flares, chirps, crabs, transformer scratch and many other styles from DJs that use the turntables as a musical instrument. Ultimate Return Of The DJ features Invisbl Skratch Piklz, Rob Swift(X-Men), Beat Junkies, Peanut Butter Wolf, Mixmaster Mike, Kool DJ E.Q., DJ Babu, Cut Chemist, Mr. Dibbs, Z-Trip, Radar, Kid Koala, Ruthless, Roc Raida(X-Men), DJ Faust, DJ Design, Eddie Def & Extrakd, Furious, Shortee, DJ Static, DJ Spinbad, T-Rock, 89 Skratch Gangstaz, Mr Thing, DJ Format and many more!

Psykhomantus Intro- DJ Psykhomantus

Brothers Grim Sideshow (Intro)- DJ Bombjack

Here 4 Years- DJ Storm

Ventilation- DJ JS1

The Old School Day Trip- DJ X-Rated

On Da Flex- DJ Godfather

Invasion Of The Octopus People- Invisible Skratch Picklz

All Points Bulletin- Mr. Dibbs

Shortee’s Return- Shortee

Scratch Monopoly ll- The Beat Junkies

The Chronicles- Peanut Butter Wolf

Cold Cutz- Cold Cutz Crew

Symphony 3000- Top Rawmen

X-Men Style Beatz- Roc Raida

1-8-7- DJ Marvel

Ghetto On The Cut- DJ Ghetto

The Positive Step- Beyond There

U.T.A:2- DJ Maniphest

U Can Get With Discs Or You Can Get With D.A.T- DJ Z Trip

Lesson 4: The Radio- Cut Chemist

Who’s On The Turntables- LF Peee

Babylon 5- DJ JS1

World Domination- Happe & Dinoh

The Track- ASAP Productions

Azzuro- Quattro Respirato

Return Of Scratching- DJ Talkback

Unorthodox Turntabular Angels- Manifest & Mr. Thing

Hide Your Wrecords When We Come Through- Kool DJ E.Q.

Rob Get’s Busy- Rob Swift

Suckas (Sucka DJ Dis)- DJ Babu

Change The Scratch- DJ Jeff

The Boys Dope- Mista Ed

Call Me Goldfinger- Pepe Deluxe

We Are The One’s- The Wristerons

Private Parts- Radar & Z Trip

Mood Swing- Furious

The Detonator- Ales One & DJ Teeko

ROTDJ Radio- DJ Shortfuse

Deedz In Da Mix- Innernational

Return Of The DJ- DJ Faust

Rockstar- Z Trip

Rockstar ll- Z Trip

I’m The Mutha F In Man- DJ T Rock

X Marks The Skratch- Slate

Jimmie’s Jam- DJ Jimmie Jam

Terrorwrist- Mixmaster Mike

Hate me- DJ Astro

Aych 2 Oh- H.O.P

Buenos Dias Bitch- DJ Prolifix

Directors Cut- 89 Scratch Gangtaz

Dangerous- DJ JS1 & DJ Spinbad

Catch Wreck- Jazz Addixx

Science Friction- DJ Shiro

Panic- Timestretch DJ Nerve & Trouble B

Disc Duel- DJ Hype & The Phaderheadz

Vinyl Overdose- DJ Format

Never Be The Same- DJ Design

Lesson 89- 89 Scratch Gangstaz

Scroll of The Wrist Beam- Q Bert

My Definition- DJ Static

Broccoli Wars- Noisy Stylus

B-Boys Revenge 96 Porkopolis Turntable Jazz- Mr. Dibbs

Doo Doo On Yourself- DJ T Rock

Music Evolution- E Jay & Rocky Rock

Brain Confusion- Extrakd & Eddie Def

Destroy- Alien Army

Aerosoul- Tommy Tee

Death Of Hip-Hop- Kool DJ E.Q.

Unpleasant Thoughts- DJ Shortfuse

Static’s Waltz- Kid Koala

Girlz Didn’t Give Me None- DJ T Rock

download link: http://www.megaupload.com/?d=SAVMREN5

For more info on Return Of The DJ's album check out www.bombhiphop.com

Wednesday, 14 September 2011

Free Download: Tron Urban Legacy 2


Two years I put the first part of Tron Uban Legacy mixtape out on Coopr8.net web page before it got closed down, then the next year (Last year) I re uploaded it onto mixcrate.com. The first mixtape was just my version of what it would be like in the sci-fi world with soul. I am a big fan of sci-fi movies and a big fan of Tron. Tron 2 didn't get too much hype but I still liked the film even so it was way overated. As for the mixtape It was over 500 downloads with in two months then Megaupload took it off. I was pissed, didn't know That mixtape was gonna go wild like that but am sure people must of thought it had something to do with the movie, Oh! Well. Anyway! I enjoyed making it as I am known and surrounded by Funk, Soul and Hip Hop, I don't get much time to hear Broken Beat or Electronica which am a big fan of. Something about Electronic Soul music that sends a buzz to me like when i first heard rap music as a kid, it's the new funk for me, sci-fi funk. Tunes like "Everybody Touch It" by J Davey, "Souls Brother" and "Dust & Kisses" by Sa-Ra Creative Partnership, "Black Sun" by The Politik and Hollywood by Joy Jones hits me in the same way as A Tribe Called Quest, De La Soul, Big Daddy Kane and EPMD did. My good friend Sure Shot downloaded Tron Uban Legacy onto CD and played it every time we got into his car. He kept buggin me to do another one but I never got round to it as I had way to many projects and gigs to do, I just never had the time and also not putting my ear to the street as much to know what was out and bangin' in the world of that type of music, It was out of my circle as I was more focus on my Breaks for B-Boy events back then. Well! fast fwd to now and I did get to manage to peep whats out there and kept some of the songs that I'm diggin in the Electronica world on file. This second version remains me of the first, hearing something new, creative and funky but most important, futuristic. Enjoy this one, who know's, another one might come out. Time will tell.



Nobody- @Peace
The One (Another WAAJEED Remix)- Onra feat T3
What Ever- Dego feat LuvBugz
Wings- Union feat Elzhi
Real People- Black Einstein
You Got- Andrea Clarke & Daz-I-Kue
Yellow Sound- Funkineven & Fatima
Astral Love Affair- Bug
Hoodligan- Mark de Clive-Lowe feat Nia Andrews
Poison Candy- Reggie B
2Life- Stacy Epps
Waves- Freddie Joachim
What The Funk- Prof Logik
Cushion- Samiyam
Remember- Sotu The Traveller
Angel (She's Like Magic)- I,Ced
Obtaining- Soia
A Native Affair- Antithesis
Les Saisons- B.Lewis
Loungin'- Evil Needle

Download Link: http://www.megaupload.com/?d=TELXE6I9

Ones & Two's Revolution Night

As this was a part of the BASS Festival with Punch Records. One's & Two's open deck night took this event to Rainbow in Digbeth, Birmingham in June. With Usual resident DJ's Mega Stress, Miss C Brown and Host Psykhomantus (A Few Good Men) supporting the open deck session. Special acts Juice Aleem (Big Dada), Malik (MD7) and VJ E Double D (A Few Good Men) and others made the night go well. Thanks to all those that came down and supported the event.

Monday, 5 September 2011

B-Better Presents... Everyday People: The Trailer

The hotly anticipated introduction to our Everyday People Project.

Everyday People is a year-long apprenticeship in one of the hip-hop elements; DJing, Graffiti, Beatbox, BBoy (breakdance), MCing. Our 12 apprentices are 'regular folks' from around the UK and they are all assigned their own 'hip-hop mentor' including
Psykhomantus, DJ Illout and DJ Melody Kane.

Follow their progress every month by subscribing to
www.youtube.com/user/BBetterVids and suggest tasks for our apprentices to complete!

EUROPE ON DEMAND FEAT YOUNG RJ T3 & ILLA J PART1

Another peek at Slum Village gig in Birmingham feat Psykhomantus

Monday, 29 August 2011

Free Download: RAP'S ORIGINAL SAMPLES VOL 1


Yes, yes y'all. It's been a minute but back to give you all another tasty mixtape treat. Now this was is a special one. Originally was made for Rob Swifts (Of X-Ecutioners) Dope On Plastic digital radio show it just didn't make it and I wasn't about to let this mix just not be heard, that would be a waste. Thanks to this site I decided to share it with you. I present to you Rap's Original Samples. This is just a mixtape dedicated to real music lovers that likes to hear the original samples that the rap artists used to make their tracks be what they are now. This was something that I was toying with along time ago but didn't get round to it untill Rob Swift hit me up and then I went straight to it. Shame it didn't make his show but this was just a one off and now it's here on my blogspot I decided to make it into volumes. Hope you enjoy.


1. Mantus Intro - Psykhomantus
2. Saudade Vem Correndo- Stan Getz & Luiz "Jazz Samba Encore" Vervn
3. Runnin'- The Pharcyde "Labcabincalifornia" Delicous Vinyl
4. Runnin'- Marc Mac presents The Visioneers "Dirty Old Hip-Hop" BBE
5. Techova (La Em Copacabana)- Towa Tel feat Bebel Gilberto "Future Listening" Elektra
6. Find A Way- A Tribe Called Quest "The Love Movement" Jive
7. Light My Fire- Tami Lynn "Living In The Streets" Rondor Music
8. Triple Optics- Dilated Peoples "The Platform" ABB
10. Love Has Fallen On Me- Rotary Connection "Hey Love" Cadet Concept
11. Drivin' Me Wild- Common feat Lilly Allen "Finding Forever" Geffen
12. Hospital Prelude of Love Theme- Willie Hutch "Foxy Brown Soundtrack" Motown
13. Good Ol' Love- Masta Ace "A Long Hot Summer" M3
14. Bouncy Lady- Pleasure "Dust Yourself Off" Fantasy
15. Brand New Funk 2K7- DJ Jazzy Jeff feat Peedi Crakk "The Return Of The Magnificent" BBE
16. Nautilus- Bob James "One" CTI
17. Job Song- Consequence "Don't Quit Your Day Job" Columbia
18. The Breaks- Kurtis Blow "Kurtis Blow" Murcury
19. Clap- EPMD (White Label)
20. 7th Wonder- Daisy Lady "Climbing Higher" Parachute
21. Ain't Nuttin Changed- Blaq Poet "Tha Blaqprint" Year Round
22. Cold Crush Brothers "Live"
23. The Return Of DST- De La Soul (White Labal)

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Tuesday, 26 July 2011

Free Download: Singles & Remixes of Amy Winehouse


One of the great talents of her generation, musician Amy Winehouse was found dead by ambulance crews called to her home in the Camden section of London Saturday afternoon. Though there has been wide speculation that Winehouse succumbed to a drug overdose after a long and public battle with addiction. the official cause of death will not be known until after an autopsy. But like the rest of us Amy Winehouse fans, we like to remember Amy for her good music. Below is some of her singles, remixes and featured songs. Let's remember what Amy Winehouse gave us in this world of music. Rest In Power Amy Winehouse, You are now free. We will miss you.


Singles & Remixes of Amy Winehouse mixed by Psykhomantus

Tears Dry On Their Own- Amy Winehouse
Stronger Than Me- Amy Winehouse
Just Friends- Amy Winehouse
Fuck Me Pumps (Intro)- Amy Winehouse
Fuck Me Pumps (MJ Cole Mix)- Amy Winehouse
In My Bed (Bugz In The Attic Mix)- Amy Winehouse
In My Bed (Bugz In The Attic Dub)- Amy Winehouse
It's My Party feat Amy Winehouse- Quincy Jones
Valerie feat Amy Winehouse- Mark Ronson
Valerie (Baby J Remix) feat Amy Winehouse, Rukus, Precha, Alex Blood & Malik- Mark Ronson
Back To Black (Mushtaq Vocal Remix)- Amy Winehouse
You Know I'm No Good- Amy Winehouse
You Sent Me Flying (Mantus Blend)- Amy Winehouse
B Boy Baby feat Amy Winehouse- Mutya Buena
Take The Box- Amy Winehouse
Love Is A Losing Game- Amy Winehouse
Help Yourself- Amy Winehouse
Rehab (Remix) feat Pharoahe Monch & Jay Z- Amy Winehouse

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Monday, 18 July 2011

THE ROY AYERS (MIXTAPE) PROJECT: SAMPLE EDITION

Inspired by the up and coming documentary The Roy Ayers Project and a blessing to be a supporting act alone with my crew A Few Good Men for the Roy Ayers & Pete Rock gig at the Hare & Hounds, Birmingham 24th July. Myself and spoken word artist Sure Shot put our minds together (again) to present you another banging mixtape

THE ROY AYERS (MIXTAPE) PROJECT: SAMPLE EDITION

THE AMERICAN PROMISE {INTRO}- RAMP

AMERYKAHH PROMISE- ERYKAH BADU

LOVE WILL BRING US BACK- ROY AYERS

REAL LOVE (PHAT REMIX) MARY J BLIGE

GIVE ME YOUR LOVE*- SYVIA STRIPLIN

BOUT’ A THANG (Instrumental)- TONEX

WHAT’S HAPPENIN’- THE MADD RAPPER feat TRACEY LEE

LIFE IS JUST A MOMENT- ROY AYERS UBIQUITY

SUNSHINE- JUNGLE BROTHERS

LONESOME COWBOY- ROY AYERS UBIQUITY

TOO MUCH ON MY MIND- LEADERS OF THE NEW SCHOOL

PAINTED DESERT- ROY AYERS UBIQUITY

GET FUNKY- THE BEATNUTS

RED BLACK & GREEN- ROY AYERS

RAISE THE FLAG- X CLAN

WE LIVE IN BROOKLYN- ROY AYERS

AGE AIN’T NOTHIN’ BUT A NUMBER (Instrumental)- CHI ALI

HOME SWEET HOME- SMIF N’ WESSUN

BOROUGH CHECK- DIGABLE PLANETS

WE LIVE IN PHILLY- DJ JAZZY JEFF feat JILL SCOTT

FEEL LIKE MAKING LOVE- ROY AYERS

KEEP IT ROLLIN’- A TRIBE CALLED QUEST feat LARGE PROFESSOR

SHINING SYMBOL- ROY AYERS

AMTRAK- BIG K.R.I.T

CREEPIN’- REDMAN

EVERYBODY LOVES THE SUNSHINE- ROY AYERS UBIQUITY

MY LIFE- MARY J BLIGE

VALLY OF THE SKINZ- TRENDS OF CULTURE

TURN IT UP- MASTA ACE INC

SUNSHINE- ESHAM

DEDICATED (INSTA)- FUNKDOOBIEST

EVERYBODY LOVES THE SUNSHINE- ROY AYERS feat ERYKAH BADU

COME INTO KNOWLEDGE- RAMP

DOIN’ TIME IN THE CYPHA- MAD SKILLZ

DAYLIGHT- ROY AYERS

BONITA APPLEBUM- A TRIBE CALLED QUEST

COME CLOSE REMIX (CLOSER)- COMMON feat ERYKAH BADU, Q-TIP, PHARREL WILLIAMS

SEARCHIN’- ROY AYERS

SEARCHING- PETE ROCK & CL SMOOTH

BA A FATHER TO YOUR CHILD- EDO.G & THE BULLDOGS

BOOGIE BACK- ROY AYERS UBIQUITY

FUCK THE POLICE- NWA

THE BLACK FLAG- ROY AYERS UBIQUITY

LEGION GROOVE- THE LEGION

DECEPTIONS- ONE BE LO

AIN’T GOT TIME- ROY AYERS

LITTLE BROTHER- MOS DEF & TALIB KWELI

THE BONE SONG (Instrumental)- SA RA CRATIVE PARTNERSHIP

IN THE HOUSE- PETE ROCK & CL SMOOTH

YOU CAN’T TURN LOVE AWAY*- ETHEL BEATTY

GET MONEY- JUNIOR M.A.F.I.A. feat THE NOTUOROUS B.I.G

BRAWLING BROADS- ROY AYERS

THOUGHTS OF THOUGHTFUL- CASUAL

IT’S YOUR LOVE*- ETHEL BEATTY

BACK TO HIP HOP- TROUBLENECK BROTHERS

MYSTIC VOYAGE- ROY AYERS

UPTOWN SHIT- KURIOUS

NO STRANGER TO LOVE- ROY AYERS

WATCHING ME- JILL SCOTT

THE THIRD EYE- ROY AYERS

PASSIN’ ME BY (FLY AS PIE REMIX)- THE PHARCYDE

GOTTA FIND A LOVER- ROY AYERS

SEWIN LOVE(Instrumental)- LARGE PRO

STEP INTO OUR LIFE- ROY AYERS

CAPONE BONE- CAPONE N’ NOREAGA

OUTRO




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