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For this episode of Rhythm Roulette, MASS APPEAL met up with one of Atlanta’s most influential producers, London On Da Track. As a mainstay of the Atlanta production world, London has played an instrumental role in the development of Young Thug’s career, crafting some of the greatest hits in the enigmatic Atlien’s catalogue. His time with Thugger has blessed the world with standouts such as “Lifestyle,” “About Da Money” and “Check.” Let’s also not forget London’s work with other Atlanta heavyweights, as he was the mastermind behind 21 Savage and Drake’s collab “Sneakin'” as well as countless bangers with artists like French Montana, Gucci Mane, Birdman, 2 Chainz and many others.

Helping to define the soundscape coming out of Atlanta, who knows what the sound of trap music would be without London? True to his discography, London decided to bring the trap to Rhythm Roulette. In that spirit, he took his chances, pulling three records from A1 Records in New York.

London ended up with Phyllis Hyman’s “Living All Alone,” Rahsaan Roland Kirk’s “Blacknuss” and a house record from Jesse Saunders. Making quick decisions, London ends up sampling Rahsaan Roland Kirk’s cover of Marvin Gaye’s classic “What’s Going On.”


Kako savršeno opisuje komentar – “Nazvati ovo bilo čim drugim nego remek-djelom je fulavanje celog fudbala”

Klasik spektra, moći, originalnosti i istine, kakav se gotovo sigurno više neće ponoviti.

Tram 11.

Produced by Koolade.
Recorded, mixed and mastered at Morris Studio, Zagreb.

Shoutout i poštovanje goes to mr. Phat Phillie, Koolade, Frx, Target, General Woo, Bizzo & Baby Dooks, Dash, Stupni, Nered i Stoka, TBF, Renman, gospodin Slavin Balen, Elemental, La Bla (where you at girl?), ostatku originalne Blackout ekipe koja je uvijek bila tu i još uvijek je, ekipi koja podržava Blackout od početaka; nastupa, radio emisije koja se emitira i dan danas, ekipi šta prati, Dig Of The Day rubriku – i capa + gens u smjeru svih pravih glava šta ovo sada čitaju.

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Yesterday Sean Price‘s posthumous Imperius Rex LP was released by Duck Down Music. The second video from the project does not feature P. However, the MC who regularly likened himself to a Rap gorilla is honored by a costumed gorilla that carries Sean’s traits. The Duck Down family join him, including P’s longtime rhyme partner, Rockness Monstah and P‘s wife Bernadette Price, who handles the chorus verse.
Support Sean Price‘s family and grab a copy of the soon-to-be-classic Imperius Rex here.


Here we have a rare Busta Rhymes freestyle from back in 1995. Busta goes crazy for 10 minutes live on the New York Rap Xchange with Tim Westwood & Funkmaster Flex.


After dropping his self-titled EP, Toronto emcee The Mighty Capeech is back with a new dope track. On Praise Tha Lord he defines everything mc’s should stand for.


Next Level Croatia MC’s 2ofAs and Franjo collaborated with MC/Producer Toki Wright (@mamadubook) to create original songs while in Zagreb.

This track, “Sljeme” (“Mountain” in Croatian), answers the question, “What would you tell all of Croatia if everyone could hear you from the mountaintop?”

Film from the top of the mountain by Saleem Reshamwala/KidEthnic


Fat Joe puts New York Hip-Hop at the top, talks about Remy Ma, LL Cool J and many more. Check out his interview via YouTube above.


Irv Gotti sat down with Ebro to talk about rare gems in the music business, making hits, Murder Inc. and more.


Adam MCA Yauch was the oldest member of the Beastie Boys, the white rap trio that gave Hip-Hop its first Number One album, 1986’s Licensed to Ill, and, in many ways, both the creative and spiritual center of the group.
This year, MCA would have turned 53 on August 5th – which is also the anniversary of the band’s first show as the Beastie Boys in 1981, a house party for Yauch‘s 17th birthday. To honor Adam Yauch, Rolling Stone selected 10 of his most inspired moments in the group’s catalog. Read the full article here.


Money B & Young Hump‘s collabo is the latest offering from the multi-platinum, Grammy-nominated iconic Hip-Hop group Digital Underground. Their new single Come Here features Bay Area legend Too $hort and 4rAx. Produced by The Mekanix.

As a bonus check out below Money B & Young Hump performing the all-time classic record I Get Around live @ Tacoma Dome.

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