Jedan od najpoznatijih rap glazbenika ovih prostora i član kultne grupe Tram 11, General Woo je u intervju za raport.tv očekivano, bez dlake na jeziku, komentirao trenutnu situaciju u državi. Osvrnuo se i na mnoge probleme s kojima se susreće jedan “nekomercijalni” glazbenik na sceni, prisjetio se odrastanja, kao i svojih početaka povlačeći paralelu s današnjim mladim Mc-ima. Nakon osam studijskih albuma i bezbroj snimljenih stvari, General Woo je umjetnik s iskustvom koji svakako ima nešto za reći i čija se riječ treba cijeniti.
Koolade will be dropping a new instrumental EP by the name of After The Storm in mid February. More info soon!
Ever feel 7 foot 13 and Green? Yeah, Kool Keith does. MMG producer L’Orange opens the gate to another realm on this new song from the upcoming Mello Music Group album “Persona.” L’Orange’s Haunting vocal sample and stutter step drums prod UltraMan to contemplate just how he feels – luckily Kool Keith has no shortage of descriptors. Sometimes Keith feels happy to stuff the ball in the basket and get two points; sometimes Keith feels rap is his puppet on strings; sometimes he’s mostly jolly chillin’ on the couch to poli. The marriage of L’Orange’s left of center heroine nod, prohibition era sampling, noirscape production with Kool Keith’s legendary Ultramagnetic founding, creator of Billy Miligan split personality sci-fi rap – aka Dr. Octagon, aka Black Elvis, aka Dr. DOOM, aka Tashawn Dorsett, aka Crazy Lou, aka Poppa Large, aka, Keith Korg, aka Mr. Gerbik, or just plain Mr. Thronton to some, is just plain as blissful as Kanye & Kim on a motorcycle riding through the grand canyon. The point is, let your mind wander while you listen to this new gem from L’Orange & Kool Keith.
It’s been almost a year since the last mix of Mr.Woox – “Lost Can Be Found” which was very well taken and recognized by many fellow artists and fans across the globe! Now it’s time for a fresh one! This time Mr.Woox introduce us to his new project “Noir City” where he will be paying a certain homage to noir era – through soundscapes! You’ll hear some of the finest works incorporated in one story! Looking for that perfect ambiance and atmosphere, creating noir vibe supreme through jazz & swing era with beats, abstract hip-hop, trip-hop, lo-fi and all kinds of intelligent chilled grooves!
At a WuTang show in Amarillo, TX, a dude was flipping him off and talking noise. So, Killah stopped the show and called him out. Then the fans got him.
JAY Z’s Life+Times sits down with Vince Staples as he decodes the lyrics to “Screen Door” from his Hell Can Wait EP.
Jimmy and Will Smith make a beatbox loop using an iPad app to sing “It Takes Two” by Rob Base & DJ E-Z Rock.