Common teams with his GOOD Music ally Big Sean on the new single from his upcoming album Nobodys Smiling.
Produced by No I.D.
Here is the collaboration between DJ Qbert and Chad Hugo from DJ Qbert’s new album titled ‘Extraterrestria.’ Several years in the making, Extraterrestria is a wide collection of various types of music from other planets and dimensions from around the galaxy. Featuring DJ QBert’s signature skratching, the album is accompanied by several well-known musicians, including world-acclaimed cellist and trombonist Dana Leong and super producer Chad Hugo.
Recently Nardwuar The Human Serviette took on the Wu-Tang Clan for an interview, including RZA (who, as expected, does most of the talking), Ghostface, and Raekwon (who recently reconciled with the group). To account for the large number of interviewees, it’s an extra-long video, filled with plenty of talk about obscure kung fu movies, the classic musical comedian Blowfly, and an obscure R&B recording by GZA. And it’s a nice to see Raekwon go from hiding his face in the back to actually engaging — even if he’s mainly chiming in to ask Nardwuar about where he buys his clothes.
Legendary Bronx-bred hip hop duo Camp Lo is back with “Cold Retarded”, produced by longtime collaborator Ski Beatz. Although he’s worked with the likes of Jay-Z, Mos Def, Curren$y, Mac Miller, Freddie Gibbs, and many more, Ski has always shared a special creative connection with Sonny Cheeba and Geechi Suede. Look out for the new Camp Lo album coming soon on Nature Sounds, entirely produced by Ski.
Ali Shaheed Muhammad and Frannie Kelley interview the Chocolate Boy Wonder who speaks on his early hip-hop experiences, his cousin Heavy D (R.I.P.), and meeting Roy Ayers and James Brown (R.I.P.).