Category: E Major

New Interview: E Major on iNoslen

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The folks at iNoslen reached out to me this past Thursday and asked if I wanted to be featured on the show and I jumped at the chance. Noslen asked me about everything from how I got started to where I’m going with my music. Check it out at http://podcast.inoslen.com/inr106/. I’m the second guest at about halfway through.

Peace!

~E Major

New Music: E Major – 2 Real

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E Major is back with a new freestyle! Entitled “2 Real” is finds him freestyling over Madlib and Freddie Gibbs’ “Real” instrumental from their Piñata album. Starting out aggressively then switching to a more reflective tone once the beat changes, E Major is laying it all out in this freestyle. But is it TOO real?

Keep an eye out for E Major’s EP length mixtape over Madlib instrumentals coming later this spring.

New Music: E Major – “I Gets the Paper”

I Gets the Paper

So I was working on my Red Bull Music Academy application last night and I was going through tracks and I came across this joint. It’s old and at the time I didn’t feel like it lived up to the work I was doing, but when I listen to it now I don’t think it’s so bad. So I figured why not throw it out there. What do you all think?

~E Major

New Video: E Major – Secrets

I submitted for HitRecord’s Freestyle Something. The topic they chose for this beat was “secrets.” I chose to focus on some current issues and to dissect the difference between a lie and a secret.

A Little Update

I’ve really been slacking on posting to the blog and I apologize. I have new music recorded and this is actually the first year since 2008 that I haven’t released an album or a mixtape, but I’ve been working overtime on getting my first short film made. If you haven’t been keeping track, it’s called Hit the Hitman. The above video is from a couple of weeks ago, right after we made out Kickstarter goal.

Making a movie, even a short film is really fucking involved. You have to plan and pick out everything, from the dishes to the music and everything in between. It is possible to just show up someplace and start shooting, but the type of film I want to make which involves creating a world unto itself, means that I have to look at and make a call on the smallest thing, like should we get a costume hemmed or what kind of lighting should we have for the scene. It’s kind of crazy but I’ve actually really been enjoying it.

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