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Good Vibe Society – Have A Good Weekend

Posted in Irish Hip Hop Downloads with tags , , , , , , , , on June 17, 2012 by craicmusic

Cheers!

Cork’s giant ode to YOU having a good weekend is here. Brosy, D’Beats and Mickey Gatch together have created 19 tracks of bouncin’ party infused hip hop with hilarious rhymes and off-the-wall attitude.

Good Vibe Society – Hip Hop Is Dead (After School) feat. Bony, Nash & cuts by Jus Me

There’s a hint of Beastie Boys back-to-back rapping combined with a De La Soul-style humour over the beats. And the beats, D’Beats has had a field-day on Have A Good Weekend, providing a selection of insanely upbeat vibes but there’s also some curve-balls in there to keep your attention. ‘Hip Hop Is Dead (After School)’, ‘The Good Stuff’ and ‘Dreaming The Life’ show the versatility of the producer and vocal samples are aptly chosen on ‘The Weekend Has Landed’ and ‘King Of Gibberish’.

‘Greatest Hits’ will satisfy the majority of classic hip hop fans, Brosy and Gatch effortlessly trading gems word for word. ‘Good Vibe Society’ has Brosy offering “I’ll sell my soul to get my hole off Cheryl Cole” and a number of  side-splitting references giving an insight into his insanely genius mind.

‘No Woman, No Fry’ was an instant-hit with me because I was a fan of D’Beats ‘I Wake Up’ instrumental before the vocal and the Bob Marley inspired chorus is straight Good Vibe Society shiiit!

The is a perfect summer hip hop release and the 19-tracks are well worth the €8, purchase now via Paypal

Good Vibe Society
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Have A Good Weekend Tracklist
1. Have A Good Weekend
2. Back In The Buzz
3. Good Vibe Society
4. Music
5. The Weekend Has Landed
6. Fuck That!
7. Kerry
8. Kings Of Gibberish
9. December 11th
10. Saturday Morning Interlude
11. Somebody Told Me feat. Lola
12. Hip Hop Is Dead (After School) feat. Bony, Nash & cuts by JusMe
13. The Good Stuff
14. Cork’s Most Wanted
15. Greatest Hits
16. In The Morning feat. Lola
17. Dreaming The Life
18. No Woman, No Fry
19. Tripping On A Saturday

(Buy here)

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Don’t Flop – Innuendo Vs Shapey Fiend

Posted in Irish Hip Hop Videos with tags , , , , , on October 23, 2010 by craicmusic


“Ireland’s poshest rapper” hit up the English shores to face Innuendo in the latest Don’t Flop battle. Sadly the match isn’t a close contest but there are still a lot of dope lines throughout.

Also here’s a free track from Shapey Fiend
Bam, Bam, Bam (production by D’Beats)

Shapey Fiend
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Craic Products – October Edition ’10

Posted in Irish Hip Hop Audio, Irish Hip Hop Downloads, News with tags , , , , , , , , , , on October 18, 2010 by craicmusic

American hip hop instrumentals are still a common occurance throughout the hip hop scene in Ireland. Now, no doubt a lot get used in a homage of sorts to the birthplace of hip hop but sometimes I feel the Irish producers are a little undervalued in comparison. There are a steady growing number of producers from all round Ireland, drumming up hype and deserve your attention.
Emcees/DJs need to check this – contact details attached w/ producers info

SertOne (Portadown/Liverpool)

Born in Northern Ireland, SertOne began DJ-ing at the age of 11 and making hip hop beats only a few years later. After moving to Liverpool, England three years ago to develop a more instrumental and progressive sound, SertOne credits the influence of the current hiphop scene in California and the British dubstep movement in having a large impact on his evolving style, as well as video games. Sert runs a cool blog over at Priory Of Zion covering hip hop, fashion & design. There are various beat tapes and mixes for download on his MySpace page as well.

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Then She Said by SertOneMusic

Noize Thievery (Belfast)

Noize Thievery is a skilled beatsmith from Belfast with a range of collabos under his belt from Ghostface Killah’s protege Trife Diesel to local act Dexter 144 on ‘Project 2501’. With a definite ear for samples and craft for flippin them it won’t be long till emcees are queuing at his door.

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Swingin Axe by Noize Thievery

D’ Beats (Cork)

Donal O’Connor aka D’Beats, hails from Cork and released his latest beat after what seemed a slow production period for him. Sources say D’Beats is currently working with both Brosy (Dutch Gold Kid) & Mickey Gatch on a new album, the prospect is very exciting to say the least. ‘I Wake Up’ is likely to get vocalled for the album as well.
For more laid back sounds check D’Beats Soundcloud
I wake up by d’beats

Monto (Wicklow Town)

Reppin Wicklow Town on the east coast of Ireland, it wouldn’t be right to label Monto strictly hip hop. He dabbles with dubstep, has a Metallica electro remix and a futuristic banger with Dizzy D up on his Soundcloud! The experimentation sounds very positive and that’s why Monto is a producer to watch out for.
Here is his latest creation, “Granny Basher” an unconventional anthem as the title would suggest. Big beats!
Granny Basher (Rough & Unfinished) by BigFukkingLaser

Spekulativ Fiktion (Cork)


If anyone can’t remember back or missed out on Spekulativ Fiktion’s free debut EP it was solid debut release even though the production turned out to be the highlight overall. The Craic Mob member from Cork has gone back to the drawing board and stuck up 3 brand new instrumentals for you to listen to. Being a rapper/producer expect a healthy amount of material to start popping up around the internet in the next while

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Gotta Find Her by Spekulativ Fiktion

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