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Krajem 90-ih godina hrvatska rap scena doživjela je procvat u pravom smislu riječi. Teško da ste mogli upaliti tv ili radio, a da vam kuću ne ispune zvuci ekipe koja se okupljala oko Blackout Projecta. Jedan od istaknutijih predvodnika scene bio je Stiv Kahlina poznatiji kao El Bahattee. Za svoj album prvijenac “Svaki Pas Ima Svoj Dan” osvojio je Porina, a glazbena kritika i publika su ga nemalo puta proglasili herojem rap scene u Hrvata. Dok su mlađe generacije na glazbenim forumima raspravljale o nekoć slavnoj rap sceni i kovali ga u zvijezde, Stiv je tiho i uporno radio na drugoj karijeri. Naime, danas je idejni tvorac i ponosni vlasnik manufakture vrhunskih čokolada “Malo & Slatko” iz koje nam dolazi novi brend artisan čokolada “Taman”. Kreativan naboj koji je nekoć ulijevao u glazbu, danas usmjerava u izradu vrhunskih čokolada i pralina autentičnih okusa. Kod Stiva nema kompromisa. Svi proizvodi koji izađu iz njegove manufakture dovedeni su do savršenstva s organskim aromatičnim uljima, vrhunskom belgijskom čokoladom, bez konzervansa ili kemijski konzerviranih namirnica. Žar s kojim priča o svom poslu i njegov nadaleko poznati perfekcionizam, daju za naslutiti da će “Taman” promijeniti pravila igre na hrvatskom tržištu čokolada.
Cijeli intervju s El Bahatteejem pročitajte na buro247.hr.
Music video for ”The Ritual” by Pearl Gates feat. Masta Ace & Ali De Leon taken from the ”Diamond Mind” EP. Song produced by Kic Beats, video directed by Damijin’ Myndz!.
Jamar said that there’s something about death that tends to leave people with the sudden realization of how “valuable” that person was. He had an interview with Vlad TV. During the interview Jamar was asked about death od Phife Dawg and the recent support that the Tribe Called Qeast rapper recived after his death.
“What happened while he was alive? It’s like people don’t wanna show your value while you’re here,” Lord Jamar said. “Something about death that all of a sudden turns on a light in people’s mind. ‘Oh shit. Yeah, he really was valuable to the game and blah, blah, blah.’ But it’s like people need to know that while they’re here. Cause that’s what fortifies people and allows them to continue to do what made you say these things in the first place. And when artists like that put something out after what seems to be their hey-day, if you really love that real Hip Hop shit then you need to support it. Don’t wait til they dead because he can’t put nothing out now.”
“For Your Pain & Suffering” EP has been released by De La Soul and “The Anonymous Nobody” album has been pushed back again.
“The release date for this album is August 26th; you guys are gonna get this project,” the group writes on its Kickstarter page, per reddit user WeaponizedPumpkin, who notes that the page is only available to those who have backed the project. “This summer, our first single, featuring Snoop Dogg, entitled Pain. Y’all will be checkin that out, and the video will be coming with that as well. We’re just so happy to get you guys this music, finally. We know you’re going to enjoy it, so again, thank you for your support all the way through.”
For those who don’t know “For Your Pain & Suffering” is a four-track EP that features Dave West on “Beautiful Night” and is available for stream.
Freeway is currently teaming up with Babygrande Records to add to his legacy with the release of his new album Free Will, the follow-up to his 2012 independent release Diamond in the Ruff and his critically acclaimed 2014 collaboration with world-recognized producer/DJ Girl Talk (Broken Ankles). Rejuvenated and determined, Freeway joins an ensemble of A-list producers to demonstrate that for this Hip-hop giant, making an extraordinary album takes nothing more than Free Will.
Mystikal Drops by Ebro in the Morning and talks about his hits, Relationship with Master P, Pharrell, Birdman, Bruno Mars & More!
A little contrast from the ruggedness past few days to something totally smooth… Today we have some mad soul you might’ve heard some time ago, the song called I’m On Fire. It crossed my mind yesterday and listenin’ to it as I write this, I haven’t heard it in years man.
The song is performed by Champaign, an R&B soul group active from 1981–1984, 1990–1991, 2008–present, who named themselves after their hometown of Champaign, Illinois. They released several albums to this date. I’m On Fire is their first single released in ’81 and appears on their debut album How ‘Bout Us in the same year. In my opinion, the whole album should be this one song.
A soul healer.
Arranged by James Mack
Produced by Leo Graham