G.Huff & Vice Souletric Release New EP Co-Signed By Pete Rock & Scarface
G. Huff and Vice Souletric have quickly become two of the most respected new hip-hop artists to emerge out the Midwest. The Ohio MC/Producer duo made waves in 2011 with their debut album, "Where Do We Go From Here?" which featured a who's who of talent such as Guilty Simpson, REKS, Termanology, and Ruste Juxx.
G. Huff is a ferocious emcee who hales from the gritty city of Youngstown, Ohio. A unique combination of musical talent, versatility and real life experience has G.Huff on the verge of being one of the greatest writers of his time! After years of perfecting his craft, former Bad Boy recording artist “G-Dep” took a liking to Huff's in your face rhyme style and labeled him the future of hip-hop. G.Huff has worked with recording artists such as G-Dep, Nature, Reks, Termanology, Guilty Simpson and others. Huff will also be featured on Moss'upcoming production album.
Vice has been producing full-time for the last four-years and in a very short time has built a very impressive resume of production credits. In the just the last few months alone, Vice has worked with some of the best artists in the hip-hop scene. After landing a placement on Busta Rhyme's protégé' Reek Da Villain's mixtape, “The Gift”, Vice hit the studio hard, and met G. Huff, which led to the release of "Where Do We Go From Here?.”In 2012, Vice will have production on upcoming albums from Scarface, Reek Da Villian, Slim Thug, Mysonne, KRS-One, and many more. While Vice has been in the lab with some of hip-hop's most esteemed lyricists, he is quick to point out that his partner brings out the best in him “Huff is the hungriest MC I have heard in a minute. It will only take you a couple bars to hear the passion from this cat. Press play and buckle up.”
As a duo, G.Huff and Vice are now set to follow up their debut with a new EP, "Are We There Yet?” a carefully crafted masterpiece packed with lyricism, soul, and energy. It's a recipe the duo is already well versed in! Not only do Huff and Vice receive the co-signs of hip hop legends Pete Rock and Scarface, they create their own lane with an original sound that is unique yet universal enough for all to enjoy! To receive the co-signs of two of hip-hop's most lasting and endearing artists is not an honor that is lost on G.Huff and Vice as Huff exclaims "Even though we are writing our own history, the support of Pete Rock and Scarface makes this project that much more special to us.”
G.Huff& Vice Souletric's “Are We There Yet?” finds the duo in a very comfortable place and ready to take the next step in their careers and let their music do the talking as they assert “You can tell when artists really put there all into etching out a real masterpiece. I hope listeners will appreciate music being made the right way. From concepts to lyrics, to production, we didn't overlook anything. The game is too competitive to only bring 99% to table. These days it's all or nothing.”
The group's single, “Feelzogood (Jheri Curl Theme Music),” is currently in rotation on Shade 45 after being featured on Sway Calloway's “Get In The Game” segment on the morning show.
Tracklisting and credits for G.Huff & Vice Souletric's Are We There Yet EP: 1.) Pete Rock & Scarface Intro 2.) “Are We There Yet?” 3.) “Practice My Aim” 4.) “Try Love” f/ Netousha Monroe 5.) “Feelzogood” (Jheri Curl Theme Music) 6.) “Adios” f/ City Da God& Hi Jinks 7.) “Tears In A Bucket” f/ JTronius & Alison Carney 8.) “Infatuated” f/ J Trip 9.) “Martin Garvey X” (Yellow Brick Road)
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Atlanta-based emcee/producer Yamin Semali of rap duo Clan Destined presents the W. Feagins Jr.-directed music video for the self-produced single "Never Leave". "Leave" comes in anticipation of his upcoming fall release Yamin. Clan Destined's third LP Self Titled, received 5 out of 5 stars on CreativeLoafing.
Animal Pak is a group that consists of Baltimore wordsmith Don Streat and Virginia wordsmith Praverb aka Praverb the Wyse. The two emcees forged a working relationship that started years ago when Don Streat went by the rap name Lord Cyrus.
Fast forward to the present, the two emcees have been working on completing a project under the collaborative name Animal Pak. Recently they reached out to German based beat maker extraordinaire Croup (produced tracks for Supastition/Kam Moye, Dan Johns, Don Cerino, Bens etc) in regards to completing a song or two. "Banger", "Older And Wiser" and a few other tracks are the byproduct of this collaboration.
The photographer Eilon Paz, for obscure reasons of his own, has produced a splendid web-based documentary about yours truly and my record collection. It includes not only a raft of Eilon’s sparkling photos, but a Q&A with the collector, and an audio tour of some of his favorite music from the records that were photographed. I’m completely delighted and I had to share it all with you:
Video: "Square Circles" prod. Kev Brown (Arsun Remix)
Rumor has it, there is an unreleased collection called "Brown F!ST" which is collection of Arsun F!ST verses over his favorite Kev Brown beats. I was able to get a hold of this video from Android Milita which uses the song "Square Circles" off the Brown Fist project as the soundtrack to a Cloud vs. Sephiroth fight. I wonder if this rumor could be true or a hoax???