Scheme & DJ Scend – Pocket Full of Pesos (Mixtape)
AVAILABLE ONLINE 12/10/13 | CD Shipping 12/10/13
3. The Pledge
4. Sweet feat. DJ Scend
5. Red Carpet feat. Clew Rock, Astonish, Jamal Science and DJ Scend
6. Bring It (Interludio)
7. Juan Blaze (Kilo Flow)
8.Young Chavez feat. DJ Scend
9. The World Is Ours feat. Oscar Castillo
10. Young Scheme for President
11. The Dive feat. Oscar Castillo
12. 2AM at Pasadita (Interludio)
13. 5AM En Chicago
14. Stay feat. Oscar Castillo
15. Vista Del Mar
16. Lo Mucho Que Te Quiero (Los Rakas)
17. La Gloria (Interludio)
18. The Change (Glory)
19. Mi Clika
20. A Word From The DJ (Interludio)
21. Lord Knows
22. Born In The Trap feat. Astonish & DJ Scend
23. Devil In A New Dress
Scheme brings to you his remake of YNT which will be featured on his upcoming mixtape with DJ Scend, Pocket Full of Pesos (The Remakes). The project will be dropping on 9/23 and will consist of all the remakes Scheme has released in the past year.
Pocket Full of Pesos serves as the first release in which Scheme will have both English and Spanish music. Its purpose is to get the fans in tune with the original work Scheme is currently working on in both languages. For now, enjoy YNT (Remake) and get ready for what’s to come in the near future.
Here is the final Spanish Remake Scheme will be releasing from his upcoming Pocket Full Of Pesos (The Remakes) mixtape which will drop on 9/23/13. The mixtape will consist of all the remakes Scheme has dropped over the last year, and it will be entirely mixed by DJ Scend.
For now enjoy, Juan Blaze (Kilo Flow). Listen and Share!
Scheme continues to broaden his horizons with the release of a new Spanish remake from his upcoming Pocket Full Of Pesos (Mixtape) – The project is set to drop soon & it will be entirely mixed by DJ Scend. Pocket Full Of Pesos will consist of both Spanish and English remakes Scheme has previously released. This project is to set the tone for all of the original music that Scheme will be releasing soon.
Pocket Full Of Pesos serves as a transition to Scheme making music for both an English and a Spanish fan base. Be on the look out for more material soon. For now enjoy 5:00AM En Chicago.
Only post I’m making about the Trayvon situation. The young brotha didn’t have to die. End of story.
There is audio from the 911 call where they specifically told Zimmerman to stay away from the kid; they will handle it from there. It could have ended there. He took it upon himself to continue following him. Now if this dude ran up on him and Trayvon felt the need to react, then isn’t that self defense? But then Zimmerman felt the need to shoot and kill him. He was specifically told to leave the situation alone. But he didn’t. You kill someone, you serve time. Yet he’s off.
They can try to corrupt the system and this world, but ultimately we all have to face God. There’s no avoiding that. No money in the world can change your fate.
I wrote and recorded a song when the killing occurred.
Listen to the song and read what I wrote about it back then:
Artwork by Matthew Silva | Music by Scheme & Oscar Castillo
With this particular series, I wanted to talk about the Trayvon Martin situation. I’ve always been fueled to write when certain situations of injustice occur, I just never make it a point to make it so straight forward. The day after the Oscar Grant shooting, I wrote the intro to The Manifesto EP. From the lyrics I penned to the angst in my voice, the whole intro was fueled by the incident. I sometimes feel that too many artist discredit the actual incident by somewhat capitalizing on a current event; but the artist in me also understands that we have the responsibility to be the voice of the people. Some of the greatest music came from a dark place, but it gave a sense of hope and power. I want to give myself that opportunity to make music like that. I’m not going to stop myself from creating just because I feel some artist may be doing it for the wrong reasons, and I don’t want to be seen in the same light by others. Yet, who am I to judge from what place other artists art came from? Nobody. So I did what I’ve always done; followed my instinct and made the music I wanted to create. This is a genuine piece on my behalf. And I hope you receive it as just that.
“Freedom song for the one’s that never made it back home…” – Scheme