This week Luis & Miguel discuss:
With the current situation that our country is in, the homie Navarro (F.K.A. Scheme) is someone who will not keep silent. Last night, Navarro dropped “Hunger of Memory” a track produced by Custom and Serious which is actually the intro to an upcoming album that Navarro’s working on called De Este Lado Tambien Hay Suenos. Check out the cover art to this track as it’s an authentic picture of Navarro’s father and his friends working in the farms here in the 70’s. Check out Navarro’s “Hunger of Memory” below.
We love hearing new music from Phero. We love hearing new music from
Scheme Navarro. You can just imagine how we react when we get something new from both Chicago artists on the same track. Word is that we might be hearing a lot more in the near future from both of these artists together. Check out “Streets” below and we’ll keep you updated with their latest drops. Continue Reading
Guess who’s back! If you guessed Navarro, you’re right. The homie Navarro (FKA Scheme) has been busy teaching young minds in the City’s Little Village Lawndale High School, which is why you haven’t heard much from him recently. I have a great feeling that we’re going to be hearing a lot more from him after this. “If You Want to Believe” is produced from Panik and is dedicated to his students.
If You Want to Believe (produced by Panik) – this one is for my students from MAS at Little Village Lawndale High School. I had reached a point in my life where besides making music, I felt a disconnect with serving and being of some assistance to our society. I was blessed with a position at this school and these kids have changed my life more than they could imagine. I wish I can save them all and fix all of their problems, but unfortunately that isn’t always the case. I’m just glad I can speak to them, give them some perspective and hope that I can get through to them somehow. I just want them to see the world and understand that they are capable of changing it for the better. This one is for them.
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We’ve been waiting on Astonish to link up with Navarro (AKA Scheme) as they did in the past. Thankfully for everyone, today’s the day that we get something from both of the spitters over production from Slot-A. Take a listen to the track below and be on the lookout for more from A and Navarro. Continue Reading
The artist formerly known as Scheme is back with his second release under Navarro. This time he links up with Slot-A for the production on “8:07 AM En Nuevo Laredo”. The track speaks about the many struggles and situations that come for many Mexican Americans and why many need not speak on the current situations that are going on in their old towns that they left behind. Hit the jump to take a listen to “8:07 AM En Nuevo Laredo”. Continue Reading
Chicago’s own Scheme releases this spoken word piece under the new name, Navarro. “Maybe” is a piece that Navarro wrote a few weeks ago and got picked up by major Latino websites and blogs. With the major feedback, Navarro decided to link up with ThemPeople to produce the backdrop to the spoken word which gives it a nice little twirl of emotions that the listener goes through. The art for this track is actually a painting by local Chicago artist, Chantala Kommanivianh. Take a listen to “Maybe” below. Continue Reading
Scheme and DJ Scend just dropped their latest project entitled Pocket Full of Pesos brought to us by SRNC, Molemen Records, and The Hip Hop Project. You want to hear some hip hop? How about some Spanish hip hop? Turntablism? Pocket Full of Pesos has all of the above. The mixtape contains features by Molemen Records own Astonish and Jamal Science, as well as Clew Rock and Oscar Castillo. This is Scheme’s first offering in both English and Spanish in order to prepare us for Scheme’s Pesos Turn To Dollars which is set to be out in 2014. Take a listen below Continue Reading
2013 has been a good one for us and we’ve decided to close out the year a little differently from now on… We’ve compiled our lists of the dopest things that came out these last 12 months and we’re sharing with you all what we liked the most in 2013, including lists for the best albums and our favorite live shows we attended. We’re not ranking these things, this is just a simple compilation of what we like the most and because we were founded in 2012, “12” is now our go-to number and limit for these lists.
We’re starting with our favorite videos of ’13; find those by hitting the jump.
Scheme and DJ Scend will be dropping their long awaited, Pocket Full of Pesos project sponsored by Molemen Records, SRNC, and The Hip Hop Project. Pocket Full of Pesos includes features from Astonish, DJ Scend, Jamal Science, Los Rakas, and Clew Rock. Scheme flips it from Spanish to English throughout the project in order to get us ready for what is to come from him the future.
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Check out the new video from Jamal Science, which features Scheme and Astonish called “Smoov Criminal”. The track was produced by Panik of the Molemen and the video was directed by Sense Hernandez from Beast Factory Films. Check out the homie, J. Dott Trife getting his acting on in this video. “Smoov Criminal” is the second single from Jamal’s Simply Amazin’ project which is entirely produced by Panik of the Molemen and includes cuts by DJ Scend all over the project. Simply Amazin actually dropped today, so CLICK HERE to purchase it after you peep the video.
Scheme is back with another joint called “The Crooked Ones” produced by The Analyst for their upcoming EP, Respect All, Fear None. Take a listen after the jump and check out the dope art for the single. You can’t go wrong with an Orozco mural at all! Continue Reading