Charles Hamilton – Normalcy EP

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Cover by REVOK1. Produced by Charles Hamilton, mixed by Woody.

Hit the jump for the track list + download link.

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01. New Music From Charles Hamilton
02. Enter The Scope
03. WorkinInTheLab
04. Coodies
05. August Rush
06. Air Agains
07. Loserville
08. She’s Purrty
09. Laptop Therapy (Jackie Blue)
10. Suicides
11. Baby Says I Want
12. See & Say
13. 20Hamil10

Download: Charles Hamilton – Normalcy EP

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61 Responses to “Charles Hamilton – Normalcy EP”

  1. D. Billz Says:

    Slumbilical Says:
    December 28th, 2009 at 12:30 pm

    D. Billz Says:

    December 28th, 2009 at 12:28 pm
    I think the biggest problem is that producers of Black comedies rely on satire too much rather than wit.

    ^

    Black cinema is in the stone ages and will never emerge.

    ^I think that’s highly pessimistic though I do believe it needs work. We WILL create a great comedy film again. Just have to let the bullshit subside.

  2. Beezy Says:

    *que idiots*

  3. D. Billz Says:

    *cues landLORD’s stannish arrival in 5… 4… *

  4. D_Block_4_Life Says:

    She took me below deck for forty-five minutes. I have no bodily fluids left in me.

  5. Cashmere Cavalli Says:

    Black Comedies died along with Martin Lawrence’s career

  6. Slumbilical Says:

    the real problem is hollywood doesnt want to see black folk doing and acting in ways that dont follow the nigger narrative in mainstream media.

    ^

    oh give me a fucking break. if there was a black wes anderson making thoughtful, deep, multi-layered shit — studios would throw money behind it. it’s just not there. there’s a dearth of talent. there just is. where’s our generation’s spike lee? shit’s sad. whoever it is, is making music videos where bitches are having champagne poured down their ass.

  7. Joe 88 Says:

    *Downloads*

  8. D. Billz Says:

    # The Shot Clock aka Nahm Chomsky Says:
    December 28th, 2009 at 12:33 pm

    I think the biggest problem is that producers of Black comedies rely on satire too much rather than wit.

    ^

    the last great black film i remember seeing was Love Jones.

    the real problem is hollywood doesnt want to see black folk doing and acting in ways that dont follow the nigger narrative in mainstream media.

    period.

    ^THIS.

  9. D_Block_4_Life Says:

    After posting Wedding Crasher quotes for the past half, it’s clear as day to me that Wedding Crashers is just as brilliant as Super Bad.

  10. Joe 88 Says:

    Welcome home roscoe jenkins wasn’t classic by anymeans, butr it had it’s moments. When Mike epps was blackmailing Martin for that plasma TV I was dying laughing.

    Martin said

    You want all them channels, sports channels, platinum titty channels, all dat man!

    *dead*

  11. Beezy Says:

    I made you a painting. I call it “Celebration.” It’s sexual and violent. I thought you might like it.

  12. Digital Scales Says:

    Old School > Super Bad

  13. Beezy Says:

    Death, you are my bitch lover!

  14. D. Billz Says:

    chea

    That’s not true. I know a few young Black actors that says it’s hard finding work because they don’t want to be subjected to the stereotypes. There are PLENTY of Black screenwriters out there but many of their ideas are shunned. Now, if they had a major COSIGN by someone like Spike then they’d probably get the budget. But these type of things are a rarity.

  15. TheCo!!inB Says:

    if you’re looking for me i’ll be in my room painting……homo things.

  16. The Shot Clock aka Nahm Chomsky Says:

    the real problem is hollywood doesnt want to see black folk doing and acting in ways that dont follow the nigger narrative in mainstream media.

    ^

    oh give me a fucking break. if there was a black wes anderson making thoughtful, deep, multi-layered shit — studios would throw money behind it. it’s just not there. there’s a dearth of talent. there just is. where’s our generation’s spike lee? shit’s sad. whoever it is, is making music videos where bitches are having champagne poured down their ass.

    ^

    and i’m sure all these jewish actors and writers that just happen to be all over blockbuster films are there because they just happen to be the most talented muhfuckas around right?

    G.T.F.O.H.

    theres definitely an agenda my friend

    Danny Glover been tryin to make a film about Toussain L’ouverture and when he went to hollywood studios they was like, “we need a white hero, where is he? if you put a white hero in then we’ll consider it.”

  17. Sleep Says:

    Nigga u lost ur buzz it aint coming back go over there with papoose and saigon

  18. D_Block_4_Life Says:

    Ok. Ok. That was nice. I don’t understand what’s going on. It’s like, eight hours ago you were a shy little virgin, and now you’re not wearing any panties. I’m just trying to catch up with you here.

  19. ViolenceInSilence Says:

    I thought TrickTrick ate chucky?

    *befuddlement*

  20. Slumbilical Says:

    bottom line, Tyler Perry stay winning. dude was abused by his pops then he was homeless, now he’s making hundreds of millions off of wearing dresses and wigs.

    “They put Gucci in a cell, then Madea went to jail
    I make music, I make movies, I need Tyler Perry sales.” (c) gucci

  21. KC Says:

    Four songs in, this mixtape is sounding really dope right now.

  22. kevKONGquistador Says:

    whatever works>

    NO ONE is fuckin w/larry davids comedic genius.

    well, judd apatow is, but thas it.

  23. Beezy Says:

    For longer than I care to remember, my business has been crashing weddings. Business was good. I met a lot of girls. It was childish and irresponsible.

  24. D_Block_4_Life Says:

    I know it’s a surprise, I know it’s not on the surface. I mean, I had an imaginary friend when I was kid, and his name was Shiloh. We used to play checkers with each other every day, and bless his heart, Shiloh would always let me win!

  25. Eastern_Digital aka Nahright's Fantasy Football champ Says:

    Yo Beezy, i brought the Trophy home to the
    Free Max B HQs last night

  26. D. Billz Says:

    And from what I hear (childhood homie I spoke to recently; college grad, etc) ATL has become the new Black Hollywood for up-and-coming writers, producers, actors, etc. It hasn’t really bubbled yet, but I’m waiting to see what comes out of it. Relying on Hollywood to assist us in making creative films is futile at this point. We need to make our own products and have them come to us instead. Same way it should be done on a music level.

  27. TheCo!!inB Says:

    You gave me that painting as a gift, it’s mine.

  28. Beezy Says:

    Crabcakes and Football. That’s what Maryland does!

  29. a tribe called quest Says:

    finally

  30. The Shot Clock aka Nahm Chomsky Says:

    just look a few posts back….Common is a well educated versatile free thinking dude.

    has he never not been in a thug role?

    dog u cant be this stupid. no shots.

  31. Sleep Says:

    Don cheadle is the GOAT of black actors this is fact

  32. The Shot Clock aka Nahm Chomsky Says:

    Relying on Hollywood to assist us in making creative films is futile at this point. We need to make our own products and have them come to us instead. Same way it should be done on a music level.

    ^

    yes

    and larry david is genius, i agree.

  33. D. Billz Says:

    Slumbilical Says:
    December 28th, 2009 at 12:41 pm

    bottom line, Tyler Perry stay winning. dude was abused by his pops then he was homeless, now he’s making hundreds of millions off of wearing dresses and wigs.

    ^If you’re a Black person, I don’t see how that’s a win. Homelessness has nothin’ to do with integrity. Tyler is a closet fag living out his fantasy via film. His movies are no different than the chitlin circuit plays that started poppin’ up in the 80’s (I forgot the dude’s name who produced most of them shits). He just took the plays to the big screen. I aint hatin’ but I’m definitely not impressed.

  34. D_Block_4_Life Says:

    Wow. Mr. Environmental is also a hunter. That’s got to be an interesting combination.

  35. Slumbilical Says:

    D. Billz Says:

    December 28th, 2009 at 12:42 pm
    And from what I hear (childhood homie I spoke to recently; college grad, etc) ATL has become the new Black Hollywood for up-and-coming writers, producers, actors, etc. It hasn’t really bubbled yet, but I’m waiting to see what comes out of it. Relying on Hollywood to assist us in making creative films is futile at this point. We need to make our own products and have them come to us instead. Same way it should be done on a music level.

    ^

    don’t hold your breath tho. the chance of atlanta being a hollywood for black folk is next to nil. i smell a whole lot of flops that go straight to DVD and a whole bunch of boujie black investors saying they’ll never invest in another shitpile independent black film again.

    the only hope is Tyler Perry – tell your college homie to wear a wig and a dress and he’s be skrate.

  36. Beezy Says:

    I Craig take you Christina to be my wife, my best friend and my first mate. Through clear skies and squalls…

  37. a tribe called quest Says:

    Don cheadle is the GOAT of black actors this is fact

    –You need more denzel

  38. D_Block_4_Life Says:

    and larry david is genius, i agree.
    ^
    Word.

    LD >

  39. D. Billz Says:

    And yes I do agree that Larry David is on point with it.

    Curb Your Enthusiasm > Seinfeld

    I could never get into Seinfeld’s show.

  40. D_Block_4_Life Says:

    I felt like Jodie Foster in “The Accused” last night.

  41. Eastern_Digital aka Nahright's Fantasy Football champ Says:

    *shtunts*

  42. D_Block_4_Life Says:

    Well snap out of it! What, a hot older women made you feel her cans? Stop crying like a little girl.

  43. Joe 88 Says:

    This nigga Tyler Perry uses the same 8 actors including himself in every movie. I look down upon people under 50 that like his movies

  44. kevKONGquistador Says:

    Tyler is a closet fag living out his fantasy via film. His movies are no different than the chitlin circuit plays that started poppin’ up in the 80’s

    ^

    this. sad thing is, sistas in the hood follow this clowns work like its gospel.

  45. Slumbilical Says:

    lol at tyler perry wearing dresses and wigs and make-up and then people saying he’s in the “closet”

    black folk won’t admit someone’s gay until they see a dude jumping up and down on a float at a pride parade wearing gold speedos, angel wings and high heels – and even then they’ll say “yeah but he gets mad pussy” (c) eskay defending wayne

  46. Shooter Mcgavin Says:

    while we’re talking comedies

    It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia >

    Curbs the only sitcom touching it

  47. D. Billz Says:

    # Slumbilical Says:
    December 28th, 2009 at 12:45 pm

    D. Billz Says:

    December 28th, 2009 at 12:42 pm
    And from what I hear (childhood homie I spoke to recently; college grad, etc) ATL has become the new Black Hollywood for up-and-coming writers, producers, actors, etc. It hasn’t really bubbled yet, but I’m waiting to see what comes out of it. Relying on Hollywood to assist us in making creative films is futile at this point. We need to make our own products and have them come to us instead. Same way it should be done on a music level.

    ^

    don’t hold your breath tho. the chance of atlanta being a hollywood for black folk is next to nil. i smell a whole lot of flops that go straight to DVD and a whole bunch of boujie black investors saying they’ll never invest in another shitpile independent black film again.

    the only hope is Tyler Perry – tell your college homie to wear a wig and a dress and he’s be skrate.

    ^ And exactly what grounds are you basing this on? Considering the fact that many of the Black professionals/entrepreneurs have moved into the area from ALL OVER the country it’s definitely possible. Many of our movements started small and have turned out big. Forcing the corporate world to invest our products AFTER we started making noise. This is why the South has it on lock as far as hiphop. Not because the content is groundbreaking, but because they established their foundation with an audience that supports. We’ve done it before and we WILL do it again.

    Hollywood has been flooded with remakes and cartoon flicks lately because they’re out of ideas. But there are plenty of stories and ideas from a Black perspective that hasn’t been told. Not just the drug kingpin movie or the satire in-a-dress movie. Same goes for Latin films too because independently they are bubbling on the low.

  48. Lex! Says:

    been waitin 4 a while*

  49. TheCoolest Says:

    So far ,so good. this is pretty ill
    I gonna start a “Fuck Bums!” movement in 2010.

    New Decade=New Accomplishments
    2010 will be amazing for music….

  50. White Says:

    on-topic discussions > off-topic discussions

  51. Jomoses Says:

    This shit is actually mixed nicely…

  52. John Yakerton Says:

    Does this download work? I’ve tried to do it twice, but it says there is a safari error during the donwnload.

  53. JMack Says:

    *yaaawn…* sonic. *cough*

  54. Yayza Says:

    I’m still not listening to anything this dude drops until he apologizes for all the bullshit he caused this year.

  55. bc-tw Says:

    the link is dead, can we re-up it pls?

  56. HjK87 Says:

    dont waste your harddrive space. not worth it. i thought i told you dookie stay outta hiphop your banned

  57. Stz Says:

    how the fuck did tyler perry even get on?

  58. Songha Chang Says:

    @Yayza Says:
    December 28th, 2009 at 2:54 pm
    I’m still not listening to anything this dude drops until he apologizes for all the bullshit he caused this year.

    How will you know he apologizes if you don’t listen to him?

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