SoulCulture TV caught up with rap legend Rakim in London after performing alongside BlackStar and De La Soul at the Science Of Speech concert held in May, to find out his favourite self-penned verse.
The legendary God Emcee selects “The Punisher” from his 1992 album with Eric B Don’t Sweat The Technique [which samples The Chicago Gangsters' "Gangster Boogie"] and explains why the verse always stands out to him as one of his favourites
Matt Fingaz is proud to unleash the song I CAN SEE IT ALL, a track which saw the industry insider link with Atlanta based producer and a.Fam CEO Focus, while placing the undeniably eloquent vocals of Raheem Devaughn to it for an additional splash of soul.
So content were the trio as to how the song turned out that it ended up on the recent release from the former Aftermath producer, Music of the Misinterpreted as well as being featured on Matt Fingaz’s impending release, The Human Experience.
The Northeast music collective Nasty North kicks in the door with their rugged debut single “Phaze Me” featuring the mighty Styles P. Also goin’ hard on this joint you got King Phaze (from “Yonkers Anthem” fame), Don Stone (my real heads out there might remember this man as Daddy Rose [AZ - I'm Back]), and the sound architect/wordsmith Tellavizion. This is the first installment off the Nasty North Compilation entitled Nasty North due out Fall 2011 on the Noble Crown label.
Yes, your eyes don’t deceive you. During the Gears Of War 3 party at E3, Body Count performed some of their hits and new song titled Gears Of War.
Catch interview with Ice-T talking about new track after jump.
Skyzoo is back with his new, free street album The Great Debatery hosted by DJBooth. The New York emcee’s follow-up to Live From The Tapedeck includes production by 9th Wonder, Illmind, Oh No, Best Kept Secret & Swiff D. S-K-Y keeps the guest appearances to minimum with just King Mez, Jesse Boykins III & Manhattan contributing.
Tracklist, download link and short making-of video after the jump.