Tuesday, September 2, 2014
After a two year hiatus, Brous One is back with his second LP as a producer. The 20 track tape boasts a massive list of international features to go along with the chill and laid back production. The "tasty and spicy international barbecue with worldwide influences", Beats, Beer & BBQ, is sure to fly below most people's radar, don't let that be yours.
Box & Won is a mix-n-match, Virginia-based emcee collective whose debut project "THE BOX-OUT" was released in 2010. Here they connect with DeFakto, Prince G., Travesty and DJ Sherm Ski over the CJ BBeatz production.
Connecting with Slipknot's DJ Starscream, Chicago's Big Herc drops the new video to "Hello Darkness" which is a track that goes through the last 15 years of his life trying to make it as an artist. He states:
"After my first run in the music business I couldn't find a decent job to save my life and wound up waiting tables. I wasted way too much time that I'm never going to get back. While waiting tables I spent a good portion of my shifts day dreaming about how awesome it would be to roll with my favorite groups, Cypress Hill and Wu-Tang Clan. It's funny how things happen, now I rock with both of them! Some of the concert footage in this video is of me opening for Wu-Tang, Bone Thugs, rocking a set with Sen Dog, Tha Alkaholiks and more."
UK duo of emcee Context and producer Jimmy Flipshyt drop the new video of the title track off their very impressive sophomore EP "Fire In The Basement".
While the weather seems to still stay humid, Your Old Droog gets ready for the Fall as he anticipates the "Hoodie Weather", connecting with Mobb's Prodigy and getting the dope back drop from Marco Polo. His debut LP is ocming soon.
In other news, Michael Christmas has been added to the lineup of the sold out show with Droog, Timeless Truth and Rast RFC.
Detroit's finest drops some heat with the lyrically featured "Anything" which gets its mix from the Verbal Vomit Enterprise.
Redefinition Records present the new visuals lifted off of Def Dee's brand new album "DeJa Vu", which dropped today here. "Yeah" features El Da Sensei and scratches by DJ Mentplus, the video shows a in dept look into how vinyl records are pressed.