"Diggin' In The Files: Whodini" - The Second In A Series By Bill Adler
For the uninformed, “Ill Badler” is the former director of publicity for Def Jam Recordings and Rush Artist Management, where he promoted the careers of hip-hop legends Run-DMC, the Beastie Boys, Public Enemy, LL Cool J, 3rd Bass, Slick Rick, and many others.
Audio: Blended Babies f/ Asher Roth, Chuck Inglish & ZZ Ward "See The World"
Courtesy Matt B.
The Blended Babies are a producer duo made up by Rich Gains and JP Keller. The two met in Chicago where they honed their craft before moving out to Los Angeles in 2012. The two are known for blending soulful bass and keyboard harmonies; creating songs instead of repetitive loops that often crowd the hip-hop genre.
Audio: Dudley Perkins f/ Percee P - "Hearing Test"
Courtesy Trevor @ Score.
The west coast fOnkateer, Dudley Perkins, is ready to release his first solo album in 4 years next week - Dr. Stokley. The legendary, eccentric cali-emcee is known for having the best beats in the game (e.g. Madlib & Kankick) and his second single is no different. Georgia Anne Muldrow opens the production with some gorgeous thick bass that bounces instead of that weak hit so many producers try to pass off. Patterson Project vet Percee P grabs the mic first and decimates listeners with his South Bronx flow.
http://www.vladtv.com - A$AP Ferg recently sat down with Nessa, where he spoke about his current headlining tour and what kind of crazy things he's gotten into while traveling around. He also opens up about what kind of women he's into, explaining that he doesn't like celebrity women, except for Nicki Minaj.
Gee knows that there’s more to his people than meets the history books, and there’s more to this video than meets the eye on the first go. Different lines appear and reappear as part of the track or as acapella, adding a sense of life-collage, making the video both very sporatic but also satisfying and complete. Get hip to Gee Watts below.
It’s more than a co-sign, it’s more than a shout out, a line of rappers address their favorite E-40 verses, their favorite E-40 alias all while describing just how authentic, timeless and relevant he is to the culture today. “E-40 probably taught me more than my father,” says Danny Brown. As E-40 prepares for the release of his 3 Albums entitled “BLOCK BROCHURE 4, 5 & 6” dropping Tuesday, Dec. 10th, he and his comrades listed below reflect on what he has already done.
Video: Coolzey and Schaffer the Darklord "Glasses"
The answer to the age old question, "Why hasn't anyone - except of course the Cartoon Network - written a hip hop song about wearing glasses?", is finally here. Coolzey and Schaffer the Darklord got together and wrote a song called Glasses, triumphantly proclaiming, "We've got glasses / Fallin' off the end of my nose!" It's on the new Coolzey album, Hit Factory. Then they got together and made a music video for Glasses and it was really fun. Check it out below, and when you see them, call them four eyes.