Kamera / Montaža: Boris Šekerija
Instrumental: Boris Šekerija
Mix / Mastering: Flowdeep
*Parni Valjak – A Gdje Je Ljubav?
*Ikac – Rasut U Komade
*VIP – Ne Zanima Nas
*General Woo – Nikad Neće Biti Bolje
*Tram 11 – Vrućina Gradskog Asfalta
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Voodoo People Production — 2012
In March, while everyone else in Austin for SXSW got dehydrated and stood in parking lots, listening to the sound of a lot of bands playing in close proximity to one another, Meyhem Lauren, Himanshu Suri, Action Bronson, Riff Raff, AG the Coroner and producers Tommy Mas and Harry Fraud holed up in a hotel room and made an album, Lauren’s Respect the Fly Shit, to be released by LRG/Greedhead this month.
Source: The FADER
Klub Groove vas poziva u petak (4.5.) na još jedno izdanje programa Phat Fridays. Ovog puta, najbolje od Hip Hopa i R&B-a biraju DJ-i Bizzo Bodega & Independent.
Za besplatne upade javite se na adresu email@example.com s naznakom “Za Phat Fridays”.
Here’s a clip of radio DJ Tim Westwood, the long-reigning hip-hop ambassador of England, interviewing the incomparable Biz Markie on his late ’80s late night television program N-Sign Radio, which was broadcast Fridays on the UK’s ITV Network. Even with the music videos edited out, it’s still an entertaining five minutes and some seconds of the Biz demonstrating the differences between the Doug E. Fresh, the Fat Boys’ Buffy the Human Beatbox and his own style of beatboxing, explaining the real-life inspiration(s) for the you-used-to-dis-me-but-now-I’ma-play-you tune “Vapors” (“It’s more like a revenge thing,” says Biz Mark about the lyrics which are based on actual events, “Puttin’ it back in your face”), and even briefly discusses a proposed cartoon called Mouth Man, which never got beyond the pre-production stages apparently. All this, plus a quick moment of Tim awkwardly trying to give dap to the Biz…
Its always good to chop it up w/ Jeru tha Damaja.. we go back along ways and so all the interviews we do are good.. He swung by the crib last week where we chopped it up about everything under the sun.. We talked about his name and what he meant when he used the tag ‘damaja’. We talked about maturing in the industry and the importance of not being seen as ‘old school’ but instead being seen as classic.. We talked about the importance of Kool Herc and Bambaataa. We talked about his friendship w/ Guru.. We also talked about the issues related to the 2Pac hologram its pros and cons.. We also talked about his travels and what parts of the world he likes performing in.. Jeru talked about a new album he just did in Poland that features both American and Polish emcees..