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Charles Hamilton - The Black Box EP FLAC album

Performer: Charles Hamilton
Genre: Hip-hop and RAP
Title: The Black Box EP
Released: 2015
Style: Trip Hop, Jazzy Hip-Hop
FLAC version ZIP size: 1798 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1518 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1874 mb
Rating: 4.1
Votes: 543

Hamilton, Charles is the second studio album and major-label debut by American hip hop recording artist, Charles Hamilton following the shelving and later leak of his commercial debut "This Perfect Life" in 2009.

Charles Hamilton released The Black Box EP today (December 11). The project consists of four tracks and features appearances from Sam Bruno and Laurel. The Black Box EP was streamed this summer at a private luncheon in New York. Hamilton signed with Republic Records in February. Hamilton was dropped from Interscope in 2009 and spent time handling a bi-polar diagnosis. Charles Hamilton’s The Black Box EP cover art, tracklist and stream are below: Face the Music. Lessons f. Sam Bruno.

Face the Music, 03:24. Now playing: No Doubt Don't Speak. Радио Точка РУ. Jonas Brothers Sucker.

In 2014, Hamilton released an EP entitled The Black Box. Hamilton released his debut major-label album entitled Hamilton, Charles in 2016. In 2015, Hamilton made a musical cameo in the hip hop TV show Empire. On April 1, 2014, Hamilton released a collaboration album with rappers Spud Mack and . Heistman entitled Hip Hop. On May 30, 2014, it was announced Hamilton allowed a friend to release his albums My Heart and The Zone though Hamilton would later claim that this was false, My Heart was originally supposed to be released as Charles Hamilton's.

Rocksmith recently hosted a private lunch for Charles Hamilton, during which they played an entire EP for those in attendance. Some of the song titles noted by the good people at SFPL include Clown, Special, Let’s Roll, and Down The Line. See the artwork for The Black Box EP above, and check back soon for new music from Charles. Tags:Charles Hamilton.

With the Black Box EP officially out now, Billboard speaks to Charles Hamilton about his return to the music industry, his love-hate relationship with the mainstream and why he's finally getting back into the zone. Tell me about this EP. The Black Box EP is a concept project where you are on an aircraft going through my mind and the songs are the audio recordings of such. Every plane has a black box in it and it records everything on the flight, as you know. So the recordings on this are the minutes, if you will, of this flight. Short flight, but still. What about a full-length album? We're looking at the first quarter. Trying to get an album out by the first quarter. We've got hundreds of songs and just the sequencing; the sequencing really counts the most when it comes to an album. What are you hoping for in 2016? Well, obviously success.

Stream Hamilton, Charles Album Here. Harlem bred rapper and producer, Charles Hamilton is many things. A complicated man, with an interesting past in the music industry and many things in between leading up to this moment. But undeniably, and maybe at the forefront of it all is the fact that he is a super talented, musical genius. After years of setbacks and mixtapes to lay the groundwork, Charles Hamilton has finally released his official retail album debut on Friday, December 9th with Hamilton, Charles  . While he has released several projects since that cover was released including The Perfect Life and 2015’s The Black Box EP, Hamilton, Charles will serve as his biggest release to date. Check out the full tracklist for Hamilton, Charles below. And stream the album as well.

Harlem rapper Charles Hamilton revealed this week that his upcoming EP, The Black Box, will drop on Sept. Details about the project- such as features or producers- have not yet been released. The rapper is back in the spotlight after signing with Republic Records early this year. New York Raining" will also appear on Hamilton's upcoming album, which is expected to be released after the EP. The 27-year-old emcee had a very public downward spiral personally and professionally around the time he was dropped from Interscope in 2009. As detailed in an interview with Billboard earlier this year, an obsession with Rihanna surfaced, he lived in an abandoned house, and expressed suicidal thoughts. His mother had him committed, and a series of other hospital stays followed.


1 Face The Music 3:24
2 Crayola 3:02
3 Lessons (feat. Sam Bruno) 3:27
4 Down The Line (feat. Laurel) 4:18