Thanks to my brother Statik Selektah for letting me and DJ Tony Touch use his ShowOff studio in Brooklyn to record a hook for the new Koolade single. The track is called Say Nothing, it features Rah Digga, Sean Price (R.I.P.) and Tony Touch.
Song will be available shortly via iTunes and all other digital outlets and all proceedings from the sales will be donated to Sean Price‘s family. You can also donate directly to P‘s fam here: https://www.crowdrise.com/seanp
Peep this short video shot by my brother in law Latin Prince on his GoPro and check how Tony Toca smashed the hook for Say Nothing. Rest in Peace to the God Sean Price.
R.I.P. Sean Price aka Ruck from Heltah Skeltah.
Sean Du-Val Price (March 17, 1972 – August 8, 2015) was an American rapper and member of the hip hop collective Boot Camp Clik. He was half of the duo Heltah Skeltah, performing under the name Ruckus, or in short Ruck, along with partner Rock.
In the 2000s, Price would establish himself as a strong force in the underground hip hop community. In 2005, Price released his first solo album Monkey Barz, which was released to overall critical acclaim. Price would follow up in 2007 with Jesus Price Supastar and later with Mic Tyson in 2012.
Ferragosto Jam, kako mnogi već znaju, je festival urbane glazbe koji se održava na Orahovačkom Jezeru u Slavoniji. Na 8. izdanju, ove godine, a i od samih početaka je to festival koji nudi i Hip Hop izvođače kao headlinere. Sada su to bili Prti BG, Krankšvester, High5 i Kukus Klan, koje smo isto tako popratili na njihovim nastupima u Zagrebu. Međutim, u ovoj reportaži je najveći naglasak na sam festival, okruženje, atmosferu i ambijent.
Oh man… Remember this one?
The song Rising To The Top produced by Agallah, was featured on a radio station hosted by DJ Stretch Armstrong and Lord Sear in Grand Theft Auto III, 4 years before it appeared on Sean P’s debut album Monkey Barz as a bonus track, released in 2005 on Duck Down Records.
Don’t know what to say, timeless track from Sean P…
You live within us for eternity…
DJ Ferno gets butterflies as he makes his London debut with Doctor’s Orders at Plan-B. Before the show, DJ Jazzy Jeff decides to play a bit of role reversal by assuming sound engineer duties for Ferno.
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In Confessions, we ask artists the questions that we really want to know for the answers where we really get to know them: their hidden talents, the worst places they’ve ever slept at, what keeps them up at night and more.
Following episodes with Evidence, Ciara and more, FACT TV flew to Croatia’s Fresh Island Festival to link up with Brooklyn’s own Joey Bada$$. We found out about his reading habits, those tracks he wished he could of been featured on and his – impressive, possibly untrue – hidden talents.
With the West Coast buzz goin’ super hard, 106KMEL’s own Shay Diddy had the chance to sit down with DJ Quik backstage at the Art of Rap festival. They discussed his experience working in the studio with Dr. Dre, and having a “super fan” moment with him. Quik also calls Dre’s newest album “brilliant” and the “future of music”.
As for himself, Quik isn’t sure if he will be dropping a new album, though if he did, he names Erick Sermon, Xzibit King T, and Mack 10 as artists he’d want to collaborate with. Additionally, he names Jeezy, Drake and Kendrick Lamar being some of his favorite artists out right now, even calling Kendrick the “N.W.A. Jr”.
Quik also talked about working with DJ Mustard on YG’s Pop It and My Ni**a, and his thoughts on the current state of Hip Hop and the direction its headed. Lastly, Quik reminisced about how KMEL broke his debut record Born and Raised in Compton back in ’91.