Joell Ortiz & Pharoahe spit verses over Tech N9ne’s Am I A Pyscho
Hip Hop’s grimiest duo, The Alchemist + Oh No (Gangrene), have teamed up with Marcberg’s own Roc Marciano to release Greneberg, coming July 19th (digitally) on Decon. A pre-cursor to their upcoming album releases due out later this Fall, the project is a smorgasbord of raw rhymes and cinematic beats with each track featuring guest verses and/or production from the other two artists.
The Alchemist + Oh No (Gangrene) gained notoriety and acclaim as a group with their November 2010 release Gutter Water. Since then, the group has toured both Europe and the US performing for sold out crowds both at home and abroad. Their second album, Vodka & Iowaska, will be released later this year on Decon.
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In this clip, LRG Films has Nas and Rae speaking about their influence on fashion, and you see exclusive footage of the two performing each others verses from the classic Mobb Deep track, “Eye for an Eye” from the Infamous album in 95′.
If you missed part 1, watch it here.
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Ekipa je nastala, pre svega kao fuzija istomišljenika i zaljubljenika u hip hop, i kako to oni vole reći “tarabanski način života” (posljednji doći iz grada, popiti koju više itd.). Iza ovog pseudonima stoje ljudi iz sve 4 grane HIP HOP kulture. Najuži dio ekipe sastoji se od 7 članova, a to su: Mamula Milan – Mamula, Saku Djavit – Cameel, Branko Nikolić – Kobra, Dragan Savić – Vendetta, Dušan Janković – Duca, Stevica Nikolić – Woste, Dušan Čakar – Chakar!
Ovo je njihov video za pjesmu “Nekad i sad”
Devin The Dude and his Coughee Brothaz crew release there new album “Fresh Brew”, in stores now. Here goes the second official single off the record, “A Pair of Lips” featuring fellow Houston based emcee, Slim Thug.
Hieroglyphics crew member and one-fourth of Souls Of Mischief, A-Plus is excited to announce the release of his new EP, Pepper Spray, now available for free download courtesy of Compound 7. The EP serves as the first of four in Compound 7′s rock-inspired Tribute Series EP’s.
A-Plus and Compound 7 plan to release four installments for their rock-inspired Tribute Series EP’s, collaborating with different artists for each project after this initial EP. Included in the series is an EP with Del The Funky Homosapien, which samples music by Rage Against The Machine, one with Opio, that flips music from the White Stripes, and finally the Nirvana inspired production with Eligh.
The first EP will take on the music of the Red Hot Chili Peppers aptly named Pepper Spray. Rather than recreate a single album from the group, A-Plus’ EP will pull from their entire discography, sampling various songs from the legendary group’s deep catalog, including classics such as “Give It Away,” “Californication,” “By The Way,” and “Hey Oh”.
Download A-Plus’ Pepper Spray EP for free here.
Today the first single, What It Is (Apollo Brown Remix), was released from Trek Life’s upcoming project Wouldn’t Change Nothing. Detroit producer Apollo Brown approached the track by trying to craft an entirely new sound from the Oddisee original in an effort to compliment Trek’s agressive flow.
The upcoming album is a remix project that gives new producers a take on last summer’s Oddisee collaboration “Everything Changed Nothing”. The new project contains production from Apollo Brown, J Bizness, ST/MiC, MarvWon, Has-Lo, Captain, Slimkat78, Duke Westlake, A3, Bombay, and of course long time friend and collaborator Oddisee. Look for the new album at itunes next Tuesday July 12th!
Pre-Order Trek Life Wouldn’t Change Nothing on CD here.