Snoops ol pal Charlie Murphy slides through and gives us a flurry of jokes and stories. Stormy Fronts has the largest breasts that we’ve seen in a while and we examine how Ricky from Boyz N The Hood could’ve dodged those bullets.
Statik Selektah delivers the second single off his forthcoming album Extended Play which hits stores June 18th. This time he brings together Sean Price and Mac Miller for 21 & Over.
The Combat Jack Show kicks off the week with the first episode of their sit-down with legendary Scarface. The ever-so-humble emcee starts things off by downplaying his status in the game, discussing his influence in music, and as he talks about his grandmother and how he came up with the titles to some of his records, an emotional Scarface breaks down some of the struggles of his everyday life.
Another classic unreleased Rakim song from my archive.”Get Visual” is the third song out of four I recorded with Rakim. This would later turn up on the 18th Letter Album as “When Im Flowin”
Recorded @ High Class Studios, Brooklyn, New York, 1995.
Demigodz (Apathy, Celph Titled, Ryu of Styles Of Beyond, Esoteric, Motive, Blacastan) first official full-length LP, KILLmatic, featuring appearances from RA The Rugged Man, Termanology, Panchi (of NYG’z), Planetary (of Outerspace), Scoop Deville & Eternia with production from DJ Premier, Marco Polo, The Snowgoons, Apathy, Teddy Roxpin, Chumzilla, Skammadix & Will C is now available.
To celebrate Stevie Wonder’s birthday, DJ Devastate (Swedish DJ and producer) teams up with Fredrik Segerfalk (Analog Sweden) to offer an interpretation of Stevie’s most iconic song “Superstition”. The original track (released in October 1972) deals with the topic of superstitions and includes one of the most funky clavinet riffs of all time (played on the Hohner Clavinet C).