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ComplexTV Presents The Combat Jack Show Episode 1: Black Thought
Courtesy Chris @ E1.
Black Thought on Meeting Questlove and Beefing with Nas
In the premiere episode of Complex TV's Combat Jack Show, Combat Jack interviews Black Thought of the Roots about his first encounters with Questlove and beefing with Nas. Watch Episode 1 of The Combat Jack Show HERE.
Audio: R.A. The Rugged Man + Tech N9ne + Krizz Kaliko
Courtesy Nature Sounds.
With his upcoming album Legends Never Die set to hit stores on April 30th, legendary rapper R.A. The Rugged Man is now debuting one of the most highly-anticipated tracks off the album. "Holla-Loo-Yuh" features two iconic underground figures uniting, as R.A. is joined by Tech N9ne, with fellow Strange Music emcee Krizz Kaliko on the hook. While R.A. and Tech have run in the same circles for over a decade, the all-out lyrical slaughter of "Holla-Loo-Yuh" marks their historic first-ever collaboration. Legends Never Die is the official follow-up to R.A.'s critically acclaimed album Die Rugged Man Die, and also features appearances from the likes of Hopsin, Talib Kweli, Brother Ali, Vinnie Paz, Masta Ace, Sadat X, Eamon, and more.
Audio: Kool Keith & Big Sche Eastwood - Magnetic Pimp Force Field
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A few months after "Love & Danger", Kool Keith comes back, with Mr. Sche (aka Big Sche Eastwood ). These two tutelary figures of rap have joined forces to bring up a colorful album. “Magnetic Pimp Force Field” is born somewhere between New York and Memphis. Anyhow it is impossible to define this association. It smashes to bits New York as well as Southern rap. And offers a symbiosis, a fusion. Samples collide with analogical synthesizers, revisiting the heritage of Hip-Hop. Who better than Kool Keith and Mr. Sche can personify these characters bigger than life and share with us their ravings ?
19 yr old recording artist TAY KREW puts out a music video for his freestyle verse cover of French Montana's "Ocho Cinco". TAY KREW first made a splash a year ago with the release of IM RARE (shot by the master of cinematography Chris Le.) He also entertained with last year's surprise Halloween drop of "Party On Pluto."
Audio: A.D.D.(Artistically Day Dreaming) Indie Electro Hip-Hop
Courtesy Muhammad Austin.
Muhammad "Mvstermind" Austin, a gifted hip-hop artist from the North side of Saint Louis, has announced the release of his newest full-length LP entitled "A.D.D. (Artistically Day Dreaming)," which will be available for download on April 23rd. As a rapper, producer, and songwriter, Mvstermind has total creative control over his music and sound, creating a completely original and unique album, which is being released under his own record label MME (Musical Masterminds Entertainment).
Apollo Brown, Verbal Kent, and Red Pill recently sat down with UHF Cable Access Channel 43 for an interview about their new self-titled group album UGLY HEROES that drops 5/28/13. Hear what the record is about and check the album previews!
My name is K-Woody and I am an independent artist out of Boston, MA. Tonight I released my brand new single called, "Ones And Twos" featuring Granata and produced by Handbook. This is the first song I have released since the release of my latest EP, "People I've Met" in February.
Video: Yung Prof - "Let's Talk About It" (prod. Ski)
Courtesy Stan Edwards Jr.
Truly passionate and dedicated underground artists constantly struggle between handling legit business and just simply doing what they love, which is making good music. Anyone chasing their dreams has to deal with their personal lives interrupting their focus on their goals. Ohio up & coming hip-hop artist Yung Prof knows this all too well and has channeled his thoughts on the matter within his new single "Let's Talk About It."
Sealy Troh's music is an eclectic culmination of every scene he's ever been in or listened to. He is a fan of artists like Daft Punk, People Under the Stairs, Kendrick Lamar, Atmosphere, and A Tribe Called Quest. "I'm influenced by Ska, Hardcore, Punk, Metal and Hip-Hop," he says. "Like those styles, those genres, I'm drawn to lyrics where there are messages about living your life, living your dreams and being free."