Hosted by Brooklyn's own DJ Ronin and mixed by San Diego's DJ Tramlife, the project features five records set for inclusion on Ras Kass' forthcoming Barmageddon LP (scheduled for release December 19), one unreleasedHRSMN record and 17 more original tracks. Included are previously-featured records "Sushi," "The Great Recession" and "Holes in the Ozone." Collaborators on The Barmageddon Tape include Alchemist, Evidence,Immortal Technique, Kendrick Lamar, Raekwon and Snoop Dogg.
The Señor Kaos mobile app for Android & iPhone is now avaialble. You can find it under "Señor Kaos" in your iPhone app store or google marketplace on your droid. You can also catch the free download at blackvibes.com/senorkaos.
Arguably the most revered lyricist to ever come out of Philadelphia, Freeway, returns to his roots, once again using his powerful voice to drop gems on listeners with his highly-anticipated solo album, Diamond In The Ruff. Serving as his first official full-length album since teaming up with Jake One for the critically acclaimed 2010 project, The Stimulus Package, Diamond In The Ruff has been years in the making and is truly Freeway's most illustrious album yet.
Brooklyn-meets-Baltimore duo comprised of rapper M.I. and producer DJ Cutt, have a career that dates back to the mid-90s and includes major label deals and collaborations with the likes of N.O.R.E., Roc-A-Fella Records, and more along the way. Utilizing their experience in the industry, Constant Deviants started their own label, Six2Six Records, in 2009, and haven't looked back since, using their own imprint as a means to cultivate their signature sound that has since spanned countless vinyl releases and the release of their Platinum mixtape in 2011. Now, after months of work writing, recording, and refining, Constant Deviants are finally ready to unveil their latest album, Diamond, which will be released next week, on November 20th.
Nation Ruckus sets the record straight with its new video for "I’m Blind" off the debut album Boombox Manifesto now in stores. Offered as a prelude to the next single "Victory", this grimy and sincere video brings a new spin on this enigmatic group. Filmed in an abandoned warehouse under the harsh conditions of winter, the video well portrays the cold reality and hardships of being an independent hip-hop artist. True to its edgy style, the alternative trio teams up with long time collaborator IN-1 Studio for the fifth installment in their official video series.