Apathy, Rasheed Chappell & Chris Rivers (Baby Pun) Live in NYC on April 19th
Courtesy E.M. Theories.
Don't miss out on one the best lineup's to come to Public Assembly in 2013. This show is stacked front to back and there are no fillers. If you have not yet purchased your tickets in advance, please do so because this one is not to be missed. The event features Apathy from CT ,Rasheed Chappell from NJ and Bronx native Chris Rivers who is also son of the legendary Big Pun. Get your tickets HERE for reduced admission. For more information or go to www.publicassemblynyc.com or email email@example.com for a chance to win free tickets.
Being the "King of Connecticut" might not be hip-hop's most illustrious title, but there isn't a state, country or world wide web where Apathy's rap royalty doesn't reign supreme. For nearly 15 years, the Demigodz and Get Busy Committee co-founder has wowed audiences and hip-hop purists around the globe with his breathtaking brand of ferocious and multi-stylistic lyrics. While his production is too often slept on, beat placements with Cypress Hill and others, as well as his work with GBC, Ap's work behind the boards is getting extremely hard to ignore.
This week’s installment of ‘Da’ What is Hip Hop? features the first group of the series! Chicago’s Tha IntaVention is one of the best up-in-coming crews out there filled with a long and varied roster of talented artists. We got Tragedy Tha Beast, Bert Kenerson & Kenlo key to sit down and talk about what hip hop means to them.
Spends grew up in Sacramento and earned an anthropology degree at Sonoma State University. His major ended up being helpful for his career: "Music is about observing your environment and the people around you," explains Spends, who started rapping in high school. In 2003, he formed the jazz hip-hop crew Sonicbloom with fellow band members Adam Fission, Hunter Blackwell, J.Kendall, and Mr. Tay.
Audio: Marco Polo f/ Lil Fame "Fame For President"
Courtesy Matt B.
Taken from Marco Polo's forthcoming free-LP Newport Authority 2 as Marco states “I’ve recorded so much quality material over the last few years and I really want to share it all. It couldn't all possibly fit on Port Authority 2; hence Newport Authority 2 came to be" Marco states.