Just dropped another "jump on it" project for pro-player artists to collaborate on. This track we've decided to call "moving that weight" and for good reason. It is produced by Dj Jahbarz|for sect music. This track is an uptempo track
moving that weight: the concept.
The concept of the song is one with a twist. The first time you hear the song, it may give the impression of someone living the lifestyle of a drug dealer, or a drug transporter (mule) or the like. Although listening to it, you'll quickly realize that the song is actually talking about the everyday life of drivers hauling weight on the highway for a moving or logistics company. Terms that can be used in either business was used intentionally to inhibit that desired thought...
moving that weight: the production.
The production will be more or less similar to what you hear ...
This is one of the JUMP ON IT joints that I am currently working on. It's called "I just do me( I een eemn tired).
The Concept: pretty much as the title says, doing me. Expressing myself, good or bad, through these tracks. Why? Because its who I be. When I reach that finish line, or time runs out, is when I done. Been doing it longer than I can remember, and I een eemn tired.
The Production: will be pretty similar to what you hear on the track with exception to the replacement of the sound bank and there will be a some drops added. by the time you send yours, she'll be ready.
This tracks instrumental will be available for purchase at the beatstore.
This track is one of many of the future releases from the sect music camp that's up for feature opportunities we call "Jump on it"
headed there: the concept.
About a year and a half ago the question of where we were headed as people came to me along with what constructed factors were weighing down on us that make it difficult for us as a people to advance. Things like access to an abundant amount of drugs whether for use or for sale, access to military type assault rifles and hand guns, and an unfavorable ratio of harsh sentences in prison cells. The degradation of the woman, which is the most necessary key for progression as a nation and so forth. So much so that some had began to accept these constructed destruction as normal to a sense that we'd come up with ways to work with it or around it and not ...
This is the official invitation for collaborations on the new mixtape called living for the weekend in the works now.
We are currently working on the beat selections for this project and will begin the targeted invites at that time. Any producers who wish to submit tracks for this mixtape are encouraged to do so by clicking here.
Living for the weekend concept:
The concept of the project will center around things done on the weekend, or how we prepare for the weekend. Mind you, every artist is going to have a different angle on this. Just keep in mind that your tracks should be up tempo, bouncy and with some commercial appeal.
The track listing
5 pm Friday (Intro)
It's going down
My weekend shoes
Your home girl
Secure your Living for the weekend mixtape spot.
Get on the living for the weekend mixtape list
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Currently working on this track... "label me a menace". We are getting a few pitches from a couple artists right now, 2 that we would like to hear on it.
Concept: If you have had a past, you can relate to this one. Always being at your best behavior. You know, trying to not do the wrong for the right reasons?... Because inside of your mind, you know that you've changed but the people that are reading this label that we've been duped into signing up for, only see it for what it is.
"doesn't matter if we drinking gin or drinking water/ they'll do whatever to make it harder"Listen to |Label me a menace|Abdul Jabar
Purchase the instrumental for this song at the sect music Beatstore.
The video for this joint was shot in Orlando Florida on the east side. Collectively the artists all knew that from the title of the song, "Look down on em", that they had to position themselves high enough above the horizon and have the camera as low as possible as to not lose any footage. There were a few moments of laughter during the shoot as the artists were trying to get themselves in and off of the roof.
The camera used in this project was actually a Mac book pro webcam that the director thought would be a good idea, so long as there was great editing done I'm the footage.
Look down on em|Above Everything: The concept
The songs concept is basically, that everywhere you go, or no matter what you do, you at going to find yourself in the ...
The Video for "Mister mister" performed by Abdul Jabar for sect music and entertainment is another one of those videos that we have self produced and directed for our ourselves. The shooting for this one involved a couple of laptops and a smartphone. It was all shot in 3 different areas aound the condominiums that I stayed in or around the neighborhood nearby. This one was shot about 5 to 6 years ago. It is a throwback joint with the same overtones as the Blackfist movement project.
Mister mister: The concept
The concept is more or less taking a jab at all of the mistreatment and injustices against blacks and non-whites and pretty much saying that we are tired of being called "niggahz". Shots are being taken against all groups who are participating in these destructive events against blacks. Including those who holds the office ...
Sanford Florida's own Jon-jon on one of the hottest tracks that summer. Features Abdul Jabar for sectmusic and produced by the young producers idol Vello. Appearances by School boy Ainzy and KoeMan.
We decided to do a video for that track because it was hot... So we drove out to Apopka Florida where Jon jon resided at the time, and we got it in.
Shooting the video was a wild event for everyone there because the whole thing was shot off of two phones. We shot a couple of scenes with the one phone, while the other phone was positioned somewhere else and kinda picked the best shots from each phone during the edit. It was crazy. Especially when it came to the lighting. There was barely enough light to do anything much less having an adequate amount for Abdul ...
If you have made it to this post it is either because you have been invited or have submitted a request to be our featured artist or to do the kollabahz artist interview. These are pretty much the questions that will be asked on the independent artist interview. There may be a few impromptu questions that could come up during the course of the interview, as to elaborate some point or make things a little clearer for our reader/listeners, but those will more than likely be asked off of questions you have answered during the interview already.
The purpose of looking over these questions before the actual interview is to give the artist more control and comfort during the interview and allow them some sort of preparation. This also gives the artist things to consider, if they have not already, about the course of their career.
Giving you a preview of one our joints off of the "Black fist Project" entitled "I See"
Check out the video.
If you'd like to collaborate on this project or any others, for that matter
send your email submission to firstname.lastname@example.org subject: #kollab/SEE. to collaborate on this particular project.
Video courtesy of Kollabahz.
executive produced by Abdul Jabar for sectmusic entertainment produced by Dj Jahbarz written by Abdul Jabar (amuss publishing/ASCAP)
"I ain't shit" is the word around if you get it from the mouth of these scandalous, sideways hating guys and these lonely behind, trifling females. So the sone addresses that. Sarcastically agreeing with those who have that to say. Abdul Jabar states his mission clearly on the song, just so there would be no mistakes about it.
In the short video below you'll hear a rough draft of the single "I ain't shit" by Abdul Jabar of sect music and entertainment. The project was being worked on as it was being recorded.
Check out the video
A kollabahz project in the works... This one entitled | I AintShit|
If you'd like to collaborate on this project or any others,
send your email submission to email@example.com subject: #kollab/IAS.
hear the mp3 version