New Music: Navarro – 8:07AM En Nuevo Laredo (produced by Slot-A)

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Nuevo Laredo, Tamaulipas is one of main entries into the United States from Mexico. My parents were both brought to Nuevo Laredo at a very young age; they later met there, got married and had my sisters. My dad had previously made his way out to Chicago on his own to work and send money back, while my mother and my sisters stayed behind. He couldn’t do it; it wasn’t worth it if he didn’t have his family by his side. A couple years later he came back to the US, this time he brought his family. The plan was, he would wait on the other side of the border in a car with a couple of bags of clothes, while my mother and my 3 sisters walked across the bridge, my youngest sister was 1 years old at the time. My mother was to tell the immigration person that she needed to go buy milk for her daughter in Laredo, Texas, if they could please let her go and she would come right back. They did, and she didn’t. Instead they joined my dad and drove to Chicago; drove in search of a better life. The year was 1978.
I tell you that, to tell you this. Nuevo Laredo was their home. They left it behind, along with their families, in hopes of making a better life for their children. Years passed where they couldn’t visit, until finally they received their green cards and they were able to go back. This was when I went for the first time, and every year there after. This was home away from home. This is where I told people I was from when they asked me. Nuevo Laredo was beautiful to me in its humility and it brought sense of reality to what my parents went through. There was many extremely poor people, living in conditions I had never seen in Chicago. If we thought we had it bad, they had it worst. You live and you learn. As the years passed, things changed. We couldn’t walk around Nuevo Laredo like we used to. I won’t get into details, because honestly, it may not be the safest thing for me to do. Neither maybe was this song. But I had to at least shed a little light on what has happened to the city my parents called home.
It’s 8:07 AM En Nuevo Laredo.

New Music: NAVARRO – Maybe (produced by THEMpeople)

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Navarro, formerly known as Scheme*, releases new music produced by THEMpeople. Maybe, is a spoken word piece; an audio interpretation from a piece Navarro wrote and released a few weeks ago, which was shared by major Latino websites, as well as NBC Latino news analyst and more. He considered restructuring it into a “rap song format,” but this wasn’t that. This had to stay the way he wrote it; every word.

The painting for the artwork is by artist Chantala Kommanivanh (www.chantalism-art.com).

Written by NAVARRO and THEMpeople

Produced by THEMpeople

Twitter: @SchemeNavarro | @THEMpeoplemusic

Sites: NavarroMusic773.com | Soundcloud.com/THEMpeoplemusic

*The reason for the name change is due to the refocusing of music in both Spanish and English for Navarro. Scheme wasn’t the easiest name to translate into Spanish for new fans and editorials, so Navarro chose to use his last name as his artist alias starting now. This is his 1st release under Navarro. Same music, only difference is the message is now worldwide. Same rebel, new cause.

New Mixtape: Scheme & DJ Scend – Pocket Full of Pesos

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Molemen Records x SRNC x TheHipHopProject Present
 
Scheme & DJ Scend – Pocket Full of Pesos (Mixtape)
 
Scheme & DJ Scend team up to bring to you Pocket Full of Pesos. A mixtape which focuses on the MC and the DJ; beats and rhymes. The purpose was to bring back the essence of the mixtape. An MC showcasing his skills, and his DJ blending/mixing the entire thing together. They brought it back to where a mixtape was made to demonstrate skills without any rules. Pocket Full of Pesos is 1 hour of music; non-stop and without filler. The mixtape contains features by Molemen Records own Astonish and Jamal Science, as well as Clew Rock and Oscar Castillo. This is Scheme‘s first offering in both English and Spanish. This is the introduction to Scheme bringing every facet of who he is to the table. He has a Pocket Full of Pesos, he’s just trying to make these Pesos Turn to Dollars.
 
Enjoy the music for what it is. This mixtape is a showing of what an MC and DJ could create; the essence.
Listen, Download for Free, and Purchase Below.
 
Pesos Turn to Dollars LP – Coming 2014

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DOWNLOAD Pocket Full of Pesos – CLICK HERE

Please Support the Music by Purchasing Below:

Purchase Pocket Full of Pesos – Signed CD – CLICK HERE

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Official Artwork: Pocket Full of Pesos

Here it is; the official artwork for Pocket Full of Pesos which will be released on 12/10/13.

Artwork by Sonia from Molemen Records

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Pre Order Pocket Full Of Pesos (Limited Edition CD – Signed by Scheme)

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Pre Order Your Copy Today of the Limited Edition CD – Signed By Scheme.

1 Hr of music brought to you by Scheme & DJ Scend. This is the 1st project in which Scheme showcases his music in both English and Spanish. Be sure to check it out.

CLICK HERE to PRE ORDER YOUR COPY TODAY.

Molemen Records x SRNC x TheHipHopProject Present

Scheme & DJ Scend – Pocket Full of Pesos (Mixtape)

AVAILABLE ONLINE 12/10/13 | CD Shipping 12/10/13

1. Introduccion
2. YNT
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

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New Music: Scheme – The Crooked Ones (Produced by The Analyst)

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Scheme and The Analyst return again with a brand new song off of their upcoming EP; Respect All, Fear None.

The Crooked Ones – Produced by The Analyst – Mixed by @DocDaMindBenda

Unlimited Downloads – CLICK HERE (via AudioMack)

Artwork: Scheme – The Crooked Ones (produced by The Analyst)

New music coming from Scheme and The Analyst on 10/01/13 from their upcoming EP Respect All, Fear None.

Check out the artwork below and stay up to date here on SchemeMusic773.com for brand new song.

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New Music: Scheme – Juan Blaze (Kilo Flow) (Remake)

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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!

CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD Juan Blaze (Kilo Flow)

New Music: Scheme – 5:00AM En Chicago (Remake)

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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.

Mixed by @DocDaMindBenda

DOWNLOAD via Audiomack by CLICKING HERE

New Music: SCHEME – Mi Clika (Remake)

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Since the video for La Clika has been getting such great support, I decided to drop this quick remake as a thank you. Pocket Full of Pesos (Mixtape) will be dropping soon.

Thanks to everyone who has watched and shared La Clika; I truly appreciate it. Let’s keep pushing it Clika.

Respect. – Scheme