Life In Amazin Times – Jimmy ValenTime
- Your Amazing (Prod. By Terrace Martin)
- The Come Up Pt 2 Feat Donny Goines (Prod. By Oddisee)
- Hey Young Blood (Prod. By Jimmy ValenTime)
- Understand (Prod. By Statik Selektah)
- The Town Feat The Lost Angels (Prod. By Seige Monstracity)
- The DOOM Interlude (Prod. By MF Doom)
- Time (Prod. By J.Dilla)
- I’m Awesome (Prod. By Willie Green)
- MC SERCH (Prod. By Newo The Kid)
- Far Away Feat Ronnie James (Prod. By Beats Of Reen)
- Take It In Blood (Prod. By Jay Quest)
- If You Want Too (Prod. By J.Dilla)
- The Come Up Pt. 1 Feat Lyrical Blades (Prod. By Oddisee)
- All I Need (Prod. By Jordan Davis)
I spent the last 18 months of my life working on this …
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“The Come Up Pt. 2 “ The new single by Jimmy ValenTime Featuring Donny Goines & Lyrical Blades Is the third single for Jimmy ValenTime first full length solo project Life in Amazin Times. This also is the first time he has collaborated with a well known artist.
Jimmy ValenTime states “While I tend to shy away from featuring artist outside of my camp, I saw this as the perfect time to do an incredible collaboration with another artist, who is also emerging.”
Donny Goines stated “Jimmy is a person who I’ve known for years now and truly respect his drive to become a better artist. He works very hard on his music and continuously strives to ascend to greater heights. “
Life in Amazin Times is slated to be released on December 19th …
01) Your Amazing
02) Hey Young Blood
03) The Come Up Pt. 2 Feat Donny Goines & Lyrical Blades
04) Understand (Prod. By Statik Selektah)
05) The Town Feat Lyrical Blades, Urban Miracle, Carlos Ferragamo
06) The Doom Interlude
08) Mc Serch
09) I’m Awesome
10) Far Away
11) Take It In Blood
12) The Come Up Pt 1 / The Musical / If You Want Too (Bonus Track)
The album is going to come out
Depending which way you download the album, you will get a different track 12.
The album is going to come with five videos and a photo album …
You can see me twice before the first verse … wearing the SPIN – Kurt Corbain Shirt at the 40 Second mark
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I got to watch the Tribe film, and The Source and Combat Jack were gracious enough to post my thoughts on the film …
Review: Beats Rhymes & Life: The Travels of a Tribe Called Quest
Words By Jimmy Valentime
After months of back and forth, speculation, and controversy the movie Beats Rhymes & Life: The Travels of a Tribe Called Quest made its debut at the Tribeca Film Festival. As a fan of the group who was too young to experience them during their initial run, I was anxious but hesitant see the film considering Q-tips harsh words towards the film’s director Michael Rapaport.
The film acts as both a traditional documentary and a tour dairy of Tribe Called Quest appearance at Rock the Bells in 2008. The film is uneven but awe inspiring, as you see the group performing live and show how they created their music. It’s a beautiful film, made by someone who cares about the group’s legacy and impact. At the same time, Michel Rapport is telling a story and based on how he edited the film, it’s very evident as to who he agrees with.
The film shows how all the members of the group first met. Tip and Phife have known each other since they were toddlers and the other members had gotten to know each other by the time they were freshmen in high school. Tribe tells the stories of meeting The Jungle Brothers in high school, getting their break through New York radio personality and rap legend DJ Red Alert, becoming members of the Zulu Nation and the creation of The Native Tongues.
The Tribe talks extensively about their first three albums and you get to see the fan reaction of famous peers such as Black Thought, Pharrell, Common and The Beastie Boys. One of the coolest parts of the film is watching different people geek out over certain bars and pieces of music from each album.
Read the Rest of The Review here …
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I have an army jacket on…. you can see me in the intro and at 3:08 behind Khan as he is spitting ..
Khan a dope rapper and really witty check him out …
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and check out his site..
I was at Noise Makers Earlier this Month Got to ask Phonte And 9th Wonder a question from the audience
9th Wonder And Phonte Interview Question
Phonte is doing a solo Album (Finally!) and is suppose to be on Drake’s new album on a song with J.Cole…
I met Phonte back during the Get Back era, got to tag along to a listening session with SkyZoo back in 2007.
Instead of asking people to listen to the whole album you can just check out this sampler of some the best songs and stuff not on the album that are from Digital Dynasty alums.
1. Digital Dynasty Intro
2. We Are Fighters Big Lou & Bruno Mars
3. Real Rap – Jimmy ValenTime & Lyrical Blades
4. Mid-Day Getaway – Mass feat. Ben Fame
5. Best Friend – J.D. Artist & Tha Advocate
6. I Promise – Dice ft. J Bust
7. Call Me – Shawn J
8. Outer Space – Philos ft. Young L of The Pack
9. Bac- N – Forth Jimmy Valentime & Lyrical Blades
This Is the Video I was Shooting When I was interviewed by NBC, This also has verses from LUZ and Lyrical Blades.
I meet With Statik this Saturday and picked a beat for my Ep Project Home,
I was on Onblast Radio On Friday talking about getting a beat from statik and doing the freestyle for NBC.
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Urban Miracle Site
The Grand Exhibit- Nave Noblique & Jimmy Valentime
I am on hiatus till the late Fall, if you want to get me for a feature or give me some exposure, message me on Myspace I will be checking that account.
Urban Miracle > James Limpton
The On Blast Freestyle
I turned the interview in to a mixtape ; breaking down the show segemnts in to tracks,
On Blast Radio Mixtape - Hosted By Urban Miracle
Track list after the Jump and a link to on blast Radio … New Post late April; but there are updates on both my facebook page and my myspace page.
Here is what he said ….
Since so many freestyles came out, many people called “Incredible” the underground “A Milli.” Once Mickey released the beat, I had an idea. I figured that since it was called the underground “A Milli” and I work with a lot of underground artists, I should do something. So, I put out a call on MySpace and Nobodysmiling.com’s forum. The following is the result. It is a collection I would like to call “The Incredible Underground.” Shout out to Mickey Factz for inspiring me to do this. Shout out to everyone who took the time to do their part. Check out their websites and enjoy the records. Vote for the best as well.
He included my InCredible Freestyle on his blog along wiht a link to my myspace ..
Visit his site …
Hip-hop on my mind …