Hawk House is a London based trip-hop and soul trio that has been lighting up the UK rap scene. The seamless blend of minimalist production (handled by Eric Lau) and Fugees-esque squad formation (two dope boyz on the mic and one tough lass who can sing her arse off) add up to the sum of a product that shines all on its own terms. The group comprises two low-key but powerful MCs in Sam and Eman, and one fluttering vocalist in Demae.
Download their mixtape A Little More Elbow Room here.
U sklopu regionalne turneje kojom obilježava 15 godina postojanja i promovira svoj novi, šesti studijski album “U redu je” grupa Elemental nastupit će u Velikom pogonu Tvornice kulture u subotu, 16. studenog.
Na koncertu, koji će biti potpuno drugačiji od svih Elementalovih dosadašnjih, sprema se pravi audio-vizualni spektakl koji će uključivati mnoštvo gostiju. Također, koncert će biti dio regionalne turneje benda.
Ulaznice po cijeni od 40 kn mogu se kupiti do 15. listopada. Od 16. listopada do 16. studenog cijena će im iznositi 50 kn, dok će na sam dan trebati izdvojiti 70 kn za ulaz.
Kupiti se mogu na službenim prodajnim mjestima Entria i www.entrio.hr.
Exclusive in-depth interview with Juicy J.
In part 3 Juicy J talks to Nick Huff Barili about his Pimp C memories and tells Hard Knock TV that he is already working on a new Pimp C album, which he is going to produce most of. RIP PIMP C. Juicy J says he plans on reaching out to Bun B soon to work on the album. While talking about southern rappers Nick asks Juicy J how he feels about Scarface’s statement in a recent Hard Knock Tv interview where he says that Hip Hop in now a drive through and that it has lost its soul. You will have to tune in to hear Juicy J’s response. As the conversation progresses Juicy shares his feelings about the assimilation of Trap music by the EDM movement and gives his definition of what Trap music is to him. Juicy takes a look back at his career and talks about his journey from making grimmy underground music like Tear Da Club Up with Three 6 Mafia early on to collaborating with some of the biggest pop stars of today like Justin Bieber, Justin Timberlake and Miley Cyrus. Juicy adds that he is also working on Wiz Khalifa’s new album and that it is close to being done. The interview wraps up with Juicy sharing some advice he got from his Pops.