Directed by Rodolfo Duran, We In New York is the latest video by Sadat X from his upcoming album NEW YORK: NEVER LEFT slated for release this winter. The album features King Tee, Black Rob, Chi-Ali, Cormega & more.
DJ Child remixed Dead Prez’ 2012 track Time Travel, check it out below.
In the next episode of Complex TV’s “The Neighborhood” series, legendary Brooklyn’s Finest and producer DJ Clark Kent was featured. Those of you who are too young to remember how important Clark Kent was in the game, he’s one of the contributors for careers in greats like The Notorious B.I.G., Jigga, Shyne, Foxy Brown, 50 Cent, and Rakim the God among others. Throughout the clip, Clark takes us on a tour of his neighborhood in Brooklyn, Crown Heights around Lincoln Terrace Park; including sharing some rare stories about making records for Iceberg Slim’s Reasonable Doubt as well as Junior Mafia.
Blackout Rap Show’s 20th Anniversary is around the corner. We will be celebrating again this year on November 19th in Zagreb, Croatia. More info to come soon.
Od 19.10. (povodom proslave druge godišnjice) kreće serija razgovora sa ljudima koji su se na ovaj il onaj način bavili hip-hopom prije 15-20-25 godina. U prvoj epizodi Xed, jerfra koji je organizirao prvi hip-hop party u Zagrebu (1988. u KSET-u), član legendarnih ReelPsychodeliX-a i solo izvođač u zlatno doba hrvatskog hip-hopa, nam priča svoje doživljaje i iskustva, te najavljuje nekaj kaj će obradovati sve ljubitelje starog zagrebačkog repa. stej tjund…
Though his life was cut tragically short, Paul C McKasty, a/k/a Paul C is regarded by those who know his work as one of the all-time great innovators in hip-hop production. Over the past 13 years, self-described “record collector and hip-hop activist” Pritt Kalsi conducted a plethora of video interviews with the late Queens-bred boardsman’s friends, family and creative collaborators – including Rakim, Ultramagnetic‘s Ced Gee, TR Love and Moe Luv, Pharoahe Monch, Casanova Rud, Mikey D and more. The film, Kalsi admits, is a work in progress. But he’s elected to share it on-line in the hopes that public enthusiasm for the project may help see it to completion. As the title describes, this is at heart a series of personal recollections and appreciations of McKasty’s artistry – including some incredible early footage of The Mandolindley Roadshow, the early ’80s rock band in which he played bass.