The Tracklisting: Jazz. by Smith & Hay
01 The Snake Charmer (feat. Jerome Bigfoot Brailey & the Visionary and the Architect)
02 Find a Way (feat. King Tech)
03 Maybe (The Jazz Prequel) [feat. Raphael]
94 October 2nd (feat. King Graint)
05 Duct Tape (feat. Benny Reid)
06 John 3:16 (feat. Mani Ajami)
07 Susie (feat. Zahc Artlu)
08 New Life (Ten Broeck)
09 Overdue for This Ocean View (feat. Royce da 5’9″ & Benny Reid)
10 Can’t Help Falling in Love (Jazz) [feat. Benny Reid]
11 Change Love
12 Wherever You Might Go (feat. Jerome Bigfoot Brailey, DJ Hannabella & Pink Grenade)
13 Finding My Way
14 I Ain’t so Blue (Without You) [feat. Jerome Bigfoot Brailey]
15 The California Head Shop (feat. Sylvia Massy & Jerome Bigfoot Brailey)
16 Andy Cohen (feat. Jerry Hey)
17 A Saxophone and Some Letters (feat. Iliana Eve)
18 Ospedale Della Pietà No 8 (feat. Benny Reid, King Graint, Ranna Royce, Iliana Eve, Kxng Crooked, Aneesa Badshaw & Shachar Boussani)
19 Sunday Afternoon With Rakim’s Vinyl Collection (feat. Justina Ravi)
Read up on Iliana Eve at her official website www.ilianaeve.com . It’s actually a very funny read as she wrote all the content on the site herself. It’s all worth noting that this photo of Iliana Eve was liked by Perez Hilton on her Instagram! Sky’s the limit for this young singer / songwriter.
Kxng Crooked, a member of Slaughterhouse, had some music on the compilation Shady XV featuring new material from Eminem and other Shady Records artists. The album was #1 on iTunes, so Crooked did a freestyle to celebrate being on the top of the charts. Sabrina tells DrinkTheLemonade exclusively, “I had like 10 minutes to do that artwork. It was a last minute thing and Crook was really hype to drop the song, and Jonathan [Hay] had the Billboard premiere all lined up, so I just had to throw it together.”
The mixtape by DJ Whoo Kid, Jonathan Hay and Mike Smith. The mixtape, with all original music by Jonathan Hay and Mike Smith, featured Royce da 5’9″, Inspectah Deck of Wu Tang Clan, Cyhi The Prynce, Troy Ave, Twista and many more.
Drink The Lemonade graphic designer created the cover art for the Kardashian nanny book, a story that went viral online in pop-culture. It was featured in Star Magazine and many other tabloids and TV stations in America.
Sources: KARDASHIANS KREW and NY DAILY NEWS
From Card Chronicle:
“The “Paintin’ Siva” Special Edition Art Print has just been released and is available for a limited time only. Hand-signed by Peyton Siva (2013 NCAA National Champion) and the artist, the print is of an original painting by renowned artist Aaron Kizer.
Printed on 100 lb. silk cover with dull aqueous coating, these high-quality prints acid free and archivable, and are limited to only five hundred and two prints, representing the 502 Louisville area code. Personally hand-signed by Peyton Siva and individually numbered, they are sure to only increase in value due to the limited supply and demand. ”
“As a lifelong Louisville Cardinal fan, it’s amazing to actually be involved in this business venture with Peyton Siva. Peyton will receive a portion of all profits made from the sales of these prints, so besides this being the ultimate collector’s item, it’s also an opportunity for Louisville fans to give back to Siva for all that he has given to the city.” – Jonathan Hay, publicist
One of Siva’s many attributes is his uncanny speed on the basketball court, and likewise, artist Aaron Kizer is known for the same on the canvas. Kizer, a Nationally Recognized speed painter, was featured in Complex magazine for his portrait of John F. Kennedy, which he painted in less than 6 minutes. He was also featured on Yahoo! News for his painting of Apple CEO Steve Jobs, also painted in less than 6 minutes.
The University of Louisville Cardinals now have three National Championships under their belt, and that third win has a lot to do with #3 – Peyton Siva, the highly-touted point guard who led his team to their first school title in 27 years. “[Siva] dominated the tournament at the defensive end and ran his team to success,” said head coach, Rick Pitino.
Source: CARD CHRONICLE