Joe Cool & Rodney CoLe, members of the rising Louisiana-based conglomerate NWLA, join forces to present their take on the infamous "Deep Cover" instrumental. Enjoy the visuals above and look out for more new music & media from the NWLA camp coming soon!
Ghostpoet + Andrew Ashong Live Next Week at Hackney Empire
Courtesy Rap and Soul.
After selling the Village Underground well in advance Ghostpoet returns for a full live show at the suitably decadent Hackney Empire. Don't sleep! Obaro Ejimiwe, aka Ghostpoet, laughs when he remembers how Gilles Peterson “took a risk on a random maverick” back in 2010 by signing him to the Radio 1 DJ's Brownswood imprint. Within a year, that risk paid off: Ghostpoet's debut album, Peanut Butter Blues & Melancholy Jam, marked him out as one of the most distinct, uncategorisable and forward-thinking voices to emerge in British music this decade, and it was rewarded with a surprise Mercury Prize nomination in 2011. October 24th he returns, this time at Hackney Empire for yet another unforgettable performance sharing the stage with Andrew Ashong + Tom Alt J.
A new video clip just released with DYNA DEE., from Belgium. "RODE DRAAD" is from the upcoming Ep called "Straffe Toebak". The single is available on FREE DOWNLOAD with the Instrumental and accapella (with bpm) versions on our Bandcamp.
Knightstalker & Falling Down feat. 9th Prince, Fes Taylor & Dark Skinned Assassin - Times Have Changed
We would like to present to you “Times Have Changed” by Knightstalker & Falling Down! The classic boom bap anthem includes neck snapping production by Falling Down and sees Knightstalker spitting alongside the three Staten Island veterans 9th Prince (Killarmy), Fes Taylor and Dark Skinned Assassin!
“Times Have Changed” is the first single taken from the upcoming collaboration EP “Kept In Perspective” by Knightstalker and producer Falling Down who has made a name for himself by producing plenty of Wu-Tang and Wu-Fam affiliated acts like Inspectah Deck (“He’s A Rebel”) and Killarmy (“Monster”, “Street Monopoly”) for example!
The “Kept In Perspective” EP will drop this fall/winter! Tracklist as well as other guests will be announced soon! For now, enjoy.
It's time for another new edition of The Hip-Hop Shop. Episode #241 is Steve 'Flash' Juon's interview with a rural Southern hip-hop pioneer and Billboard topping superstar - Bubba Sparxxx! Bubba's new album Pain Management is in stores today, and he'll tell you all about it and the rising influence of the Southern rap sound, plus whether or not he'd ever do a reality TV show! Enjoy this interview and be sure to follow him on Twitter @TheRealBubbaK. To not miss a new edition of The Hip-Hop Shop every Tuesday on RapReviews.com, be sure to follow us @RapReviews!
http://www.vladtv.com/ - Famed Kansas City rapper Tech N9ne speaks about his friend MJ dying after getting shot outside of the Knitting Factory in Reno, Nevada. He then opens up about the events leading up to the incident, and reveals if anyone else from his team was involved in the shooting.