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'Iqa3 Mukhtalef' Album | DJ Lethal Skillz & Beatlalipos (Instrumental Album)
A collaborative Instrumental Hip Hop Album of 10 tracks between two Middle Eastern legendary producers from Beirut, Lebanon DJ Lethal Skillz & Beatlalipos.
The Album is released exclusively on Musicoin for the first stage in the efforts to promote this new revolutionary Blockchain platform (Musicoin) and Introduce our fellow musicians to this amazing platform that eliminates the middle man (Current Industry) that barely pays back the artist for their hard work to create music and end the struggle that most of us artists go through globally with the current monopoly of music industry.
It's 2018! The Revolution won't be televised it's on the Blockchain.
Stream the Full Album & More on my Musicoin Artist Page
If you're on Steemit you can follow me on https://steemit.com/@djlethalskillz
Hope you enjoy the music and Big Thank you for your support in advance!
Here's an idea to encourage fans to buy coins and tip. By featuring, on the public profiles, the biggest tippers (not bots); that week and 'all time'.
Longtime woodwind player turned music producer is behind MoEoStAr. Taling inspiration from Electronic and Triphop acts like Massive Attack, Portishead, Air, St Germain, Kraftwerk as well as classic funk and soul icons such as James Brown.
World-class DJ/Producer KRISG184 has released Dance smash ‘RingRing’ exclusively on Musicoin. The track is a powerful start to 2018 for the progressive electronic creative who recently secured a licensing deal with the BBC (ECHOECHO11 from Album 11111).
it's a known flaw that we are going to fix and provide more flexible functions(e.g. a play list or full album, etc.) . @tamilvendhank is working on that.
Moscow-based inde artist Nick Efremov have released his music album "A Question" on the Musicoin platform.
Earlier this year we encountered the work of Moscow instrumentalist Nick (Nikolai) Efremov, who spoke of his catalog as "music for the imagination". My compositions are a mixture of acoustic and electronic sounds." In framing these tracks for unfamiliar listeners, Efremov documented his own creative passage in terms that would remain far from loud, civic pomp: "I was born, grew up, and started to write music. Or [to be honest], I thought I'd start writing it - but I didn't." Instead of stalwart commitment to some recognized or constant goals, we were offered very eclectic tracks, ranging from indie-rock to ambient drone, since - as Efremov himself said - "music says what words cannot." Far From Moscow
Listen at MC platform and follow!
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Thank you, all the listeners!