DJ Shortee Blitz talks to Pharoahe Monch about his new album & more.
01.11.2010. – Svi Sinesteti – blagdan kada palimo svijeću za regionalni hip-hop, prisjećamo se preminulih mc-ja i proglašavamo i slavimo apsolutnu dominaciju Sinesteta u rap igri kada je skill u pitanju, na krilima nadolazećih albuma: Švedski Stol & Pegaz 2.
Na ovom linku možete skinuti P2 info pdf + Freeflow Signal MP3. Pegaz 2, zajednički album Panoptika i AC3PO-a, izlazi u prosincu.
Although he may not have emerged as quickly as his Wu-Tang brethren, Masta Killa has become one of the Clan’s most reliable foot soldiers in the 21st century. In 2004, he released the gritty Wu classic No Said Date, becoming the last Wu-Tang member to release a solo album. Since then, MK has released another acclaimed album (2006’s Made In Brookyn), and has appeared on numerous albums from the Wu family and beyond.
Now that he’s established himself as one of the Wu’s top swordsmen, Masta Killa is ready to crack open the vaults and unveil the next chapter in the Wu legacy. Featuring rarities like “Black Mamba” and exclusive, never-commercially-available tracks like “Metal Lungies (OG Version)” and “Brain”, Wu-Tang’s Masta Killa Presents: The Next Chamber is an essential collection for fans of the Clan and the east-coast hip-hop aesthetic they helped create. “It’s a lot of hidden gems that I didn’t know if the world was ready for,” explains Killa. “Every artistic creation for us is another chamber, so this is the next set of creations.”
The digital-only album, set to be released November 16th through Royal Lion Entertainment, features Masta Killa on every track, plus appearances from RZA, GZA, Ghostface Killah, Inspectah Deck, Ol’ Dirty Bastard, Raekwon, U-God, Killah Priest, Timbo King, R.A. The Rugged Man, Pete Rock, and more. In addition, fans who purchase The Next Chamber on iTunes will get five exlcusive video tracks showcasing live performances and interviews from the Wu.
While fans await Masta Killa’s third studio album Loyalty Is Royalty, The Next Chamber will hold them over. “The fans have been waiting so long for the main course, so I wanted to give them an appetizer,” says MK. “This is the h’ordeuvres, something to whet your appetite.”
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Pozivamo vas kako bi nastupili u subotu 27. studenog u klubu Sirup, u sklopu našeg šestog illectricity festivala!
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Featuring Exclusives from Blaq Poet, Cappadonna ,Shyheim, Shabaam Sahdeeq, Reks, Nutso, 9th Prince of Killarmy, B.A.M, Freestyle Professors, BURNTmd, Shownuff of M.O.P., Final Outlaw, Smiley The Ghetto Child and more.
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Pjesma s Juiceovog albuma Hiphopium 2 iz 2008. godine.
Broadcast on location from an extremely active derelict 19th Century factory grounds – on this epic six hour journey into darkness we have:
Ill Bill joins us for a feature-length interview to discuss his new project with Vinnie Paz, Heavy Metal Kings coming in 2011. We discuss the aesthetics of the album as well as exploring his relationship with brother Necro in 2010 and his upcoming project with Sean Price, entitled The Pill. In addition to all of this, Ill Bill suggests that there may well be a reunion between underground hip hop icons Non Phixion, including Goretex, for a tour and possible future album work. A must hear for all hip hop fans worldwide.
Joell Ortiz is the man of the moment. In this frenetic and entertaining interview, we discuss and dispel the numerous accusations and rumours surrounding his involvement with Slaughterhouse, Joe Budden and their forthcoming signing to Shady Records. As well as divulging information about Eminem’s new 2011 album, including a new track he is recording at the moment with Royce and Slaughterhouse, Joell explores the possibilities once his Free Agent album drops and he is a personification of its title. We talk future collaborations including his track on the new Kool G Rap album and his inclusion on Pharoahe Monch’s long-awaited project.
Twista has had one of the most prolific and long-lasting careers in urban music. With his new album, Perfect Storm, around the corner and a feature-length documentary being filmed based upon his life by Big Punisher film-maker Vlad Yudin, Twista has a lot to look forward to. In this interview we go deeper than the average and debate the importance of change within society, recognising how the words rappers utter into microphones can do more than simply make heads bop. We talk Obama, Wocka Flocka and more in a concentrated effort on all parties.
Chuck D is one of the most active men in hip hop. Fresh from a massively successful Public Enemy US tour, Chuck finds time to join us for a typically intense and thought-evoking discussion about the digital revolution within hip hop, the importance of his forthcoming South Africa tour, the difference between truly great hip hop “artists” and rappers and much more in this inspiring 40 minutes with an icon.
In this supplement clip to Gasface’s New York Minute documentary mini-series, Buckshot explains how Black Moon originally consisted of himself, 5ft, an MC named Finsta and DJ Evil Dee, who also spit at the time. So he pulls a video out the stash of them laying down some bars circa 1990 and we get to hear the verse that prompted the rest of the crew to suggest to Dee that he stick to making beats.
The White Shadow is a producer out of Norway (as I’m sure you can tell looking at the image) who recently dropped his album via iTunes.