Virtual Festivals reporter Kristy Harper headed through Europe to Outlook Festival in Croatia.
Originally released March 28, 1995, Return to the 36 Chambers: The Dirty Version, by late Wu-Tang Clan founding member Ol’ Dirty Bastard, is a certified hip-hop classic. Fans are in for a special treat this year.
Scheduled for a November 22 release, the 2011 Get On Down Deluxe Reissue of Return to the 36 Chambers comes packaged in a commemorative box that includes the CD, a removable replica ODB food coupon card (which slips into a yellow leather CD wallet), a CD-sized sticker and a promotional poster.
Pre-order from UGHH now.
Check out more pics of this dope deluxe set over @ Highsnobiety.
On October 25, 2011, JMT is set to drop its seventh studio album, “Violence Begets Violence”, through Vinnie Paz’s own imprint, Enemy Soil. Though JMT fans can expect more of the uncompromising, unrelenting brand of hardcore rap music that has become the group’s signature sound, “Violence Begets Violence,” marks a change (something the group has undeniably become accustomed to over the years) as longtime JMT producer, Stoupe, hands over production duties to a new wave of talented producers honed in on the JMT sound; but set on creating a fresh take on a classic formula.
Here is the first leak, “Target Practice,” from JMT’s “Violence Begets Violence” (produced by Hypnotist Beats)
Naughty By Nature sat down with Chuck Nice for “The Hot 10″ on Centric to discuss their past, present and future.
Hit continue reading to watch a video about the origins of Trigger Treach.
Fellow Juice Crew member and Hip-Hop icon, Tragedy Khadafi is set to release a new Street-LP, Thug Matrix 3, on September 20th, 2011. Thug Matrix 3 features production by: araabMUZIK, Shroom, Audible Doctor, Now & Laterz, and Ayatollah.
Here is the latest leak, “Best of Both Coast” from Tragedy Khadafi’s Thug Matrix 3 featuring the late Killa Sha, Planet Asia & King David.
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