Tyler Earl And Domo Performs RUSTY On Late Night With David Letterman
Crni priprema prvi album naziva Kroz Sva Ljudovanja, na kojem se od gostiju između ostalih pojavljuju Target, Magellano i Jura Blaze.
Hot 97’s Peter Rosenberg has been one of the main advocates for NYC rap and bringing notice back to the mecca with some key up and coming artist shining for the forefront of rap. Here we get his “New York Renaissance” mixtape in conjunctions with Ecko Unltd. to show the rest of the world what the city is producing in quality material and making themselves standout as ironically the underdogs in the music industry.
The project has features from Joey Bada$$ & PRO ERA, Action Bronson, Dyme A Duzin, Flatbush Zombies, Smoke DZA, The Underachievers, ASAP Rocky, A$AP Ferg, Flatbush Zombies, Troy Ave, Y C The Cynic, Homeboy Sandman and The Kid Daytona. Production can be seen from the likes of Harry Fraud, Justin Rose, Dyme A Duzin, Juri Beats, Oddisee, Black Noi$e, Erick Arc Elliott, Dante Ross, The Quartermaine and Kirk Knight.
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Another Conspiracy classic interview in the form of DJ Muggs, who makes yet another appearance on The Friday Night Live Show. Fresh off the heels of his recently released Bass project ‘Bass For Your Face’, Muggs joins us on the show to discuss this and promote his upcoming “multi-media” collaborative EP ‘Cross My Heart’, as well as other projects including; his much anticipated album with Meyhem Lauren, which he describes as having a “down-tempo sound” and reveals that 4 tracks will feature Action Bronson, the brand new Cypress Hill project which is well underway with the revelation that 30 beats have already been made, an EP with Vinnie Paz, a recently discussed potential project with Alchemist, a new Soul Assassins project and more. We also talk the future of the S.A. brand, piracy and technology among many other topics. A must hear interview with a bonafied legend!
With two current chart positions of number 3 album and number 1 Hip Hop album in Canada, Swollen Members are back and what better way to discuss their new album ‘Beautiful Death Machine’, than with King of pain Madchild. In this past meets present interview we talk about the making of ‘Beautiful Death Machine’ taking it back to basics, working with ‘BDM’s’ featured collaborators, touring, the importance of Battle Axe Warriors in the lives of Swollen Members, Madchild’s collaborative project with Slaine and much more in an inspirational interview with one of Canada’s greatest!
In what might possibly be the most unrevealing interview in the history of The Friday Night Live Show, the Sex-Pistols of Hip Hop Flatbush Zombies, join us from a van to talk ever so briefly about their past, upcoming project, of which no details are revealed about other than it is coming Spring time, their distaste for media, the XXL Freshman 2013 picks, legends such as Ill Bill, Smif-N-Wessun and Buckshot reaching out and giving props and.. little more! A very brief interview from a promising group with much colour in their style.
Westcoast legend Planet Asia and master producer Gensu Dean stop by to discuss the creation behind their upcoming Mello Music Group release ‘Abrasions’ and plans as individual artists respectively. We talk; making ‘Abrasions’ and its creative process, chemistry, working with the many artists featured on ‘Abrasions’ such as David Banner and Shawn Pen who Planet Asia attributes as an underrated artist, ‘Abrasions’ initially having a different title and being signed to Mello Music Group. In addition to this Planet Asia speaks on the recently released Alchemist laced Durag Dynasty project, an upcoming collaboration with Melanin 9 and more, before shooting down the rumour of an alleged Madlib collaborative project. Beyond this, Gensu Dean reveals a forthcoming collaborative project with fellow Mello Music artist 7evenThirty and more! Essential listening.
2013 marks the return of the Ultramagnetic MC’s with a brand new album and supporting European tour. Ever entertaining and knowledgeable, veterans Kool Keith and TRL Love speak exclusively on Conspiracy Worldwide on a wave of topics, including the main event that is the new album and their upcoming European tour. The group’s reaction to a question regarding the alleged death of Tim Dog is both surprising and to some extent, shocking. Could Tim Dog still be alive? Listen to the end of part 2 of this episode for even more confusing evidence suggesting that hip hop may still have within its community the east coast hardcore legend himself.
Snoop Lion, aka Snoop Dogg, opens up about Tupac’s legendary work ethic, revealing that he would record three songs in an hour, without listening to a single playback. Snoop believes that Tupac’s voracious work ethic was due to the fact that Pac predicted his death, and knew that he was going to die close to the time he was shot.