The Roundtable Empire’s official DJ, Money Over Everything (M.O.E.), is back with another mixtape guaranteed to get you up out of your seat. This time around the “get down” general is serving a summer dish just in time to cap the season off.
On this project by DJ M.O.E. you’ll hear some of your favorite old school jams that will quickly remind you of childhood cookouts with some of your closest friends and family.
Checkout the tracklist below and contact us today to find out how you can get your copy.
Also be on the lookout for much more from DJ Money Over Everything as he is set to drop several mixtapes before year’s end.
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Pennsylvania emcee J-Remedy is back on the scene with his new mixtape entitled All Pain More Glory 2. The new project delivers 16 hot tracks that true Hip Hop fans will surely appreciate.
“There’s a lot of hard gritty songs similar to the first one, but I feel like with this one you can definitely hear my growth,” J-Remedy said.
“It’s real life stuff. Real stories, real life pain,” he said. “I’m still in that mind frame, you know, I feel like my next project is going to be a little different because things in my life are starting to change and it’s not as dark as they were when I was writing those first two mixtapes.
Aside from the tough gritty tracks, there are real bars being layed down by the up and coming Pennsylvania rapper.
“It’s everything that Hip Hop is missing,” J-Remedy said.
“I don’t sound like everybody, I got a different sound,” he said. “I was influenced by dudes like The Lox and that era in the early 2000’s that you can hear in my flow, which you don’t hear anymore in Hip Hop. I have that real raw East Coast sound that has been missing for a long time.”
All Pain More Glory 2 includes dope tracks like the trap influenced “Odd Winters,” which Remedy said is based on a true story. It also features the standout track “Far Left,” which you can find the visual for below.
“2016 was an awesome year for me and I look forward to what the new year brings,” J-Remedy said.
Be sure to check out the latest by J-Remedy as he works hard to give Hip Hop listeners a dose of what they have been craving for. Check out the new project and let us know what you think by commenting below.