Also you can listen to the track: "THE GRIM REAPERZ" produced by Grim Reaperz, the french beat producers team, the track is featuring ADLIB, MAINFLOW, DIABOLIC, BLACASTAN & GQ Nothing Pretty
TRACKLIST FOR EVERYTHING’S A GAMBLE 3 01. “POP” (Produced by DJ Low Cut and Mixed by EQ) 02. “Guns Theme” f/Celph Titled, Ruste Juxx & DJ Revolution (Produced and Mixed by Astronote) 03. “Wild Out NOW” (Produced by Murdoc and Mixed by EQ) 04. “Promises” f/Hannibal the Great (formerly of Ice Water) (Produced by DJ Rybe and Mixed by Oxydz of Grim Reaperz) 05. “The Grim Reaperz” f/Adlib, Main Flow, Diabolic, Blacastan & GQ nothin’ pretty (Produced by Grim Reaperz and Mixed by Oxydz of Grim Reaperz) 06. “Who You?” (Produced by Marco Polo and Mixed by Joe Nardone) 07. “WTF Happened?” f/GQ nothin’ pretty & DJ Revolution (Produced by D.A.N for Soulslicers Beatmakers and Mixed by Soulslicers) 08. The Life f/Block McCloud, Tug McRaw & Sha Stimuli (Produced and Mixed by Astronote) 09. “Wake Up” f/Murdoc, GQ nothin’ pretty & DJ Revolution (Produced by JBL The Titan and Mixed by Oxydz of Grim Reaperz) 10. “This Ain’t Gonna Work” f/DJ Revolution (Produced by Diamond Legit and Mixed by EQ) 11. “BEAST (Part 2)” f/Saigon, Ruste Juxx & Sean P (Produced by Viktor Ax and Mixed by Janne Jutila) 12. “Nothing” f/Cappadonna (Wu Tang Clan) & GQ nothin’ pretty (Produced by Misanthropist and Mixed by EQ) 13. “Watch Out” f/General Steele (Smif N Wessun), Esoteric, Godilla, Ali Armz, Jus Allah & Vinnie Paz (Jedi Mind Tricks) (Produced and Mixed by Astronote)
"POP" video clip, click here ! (produced by DJ Low Cut)
"'Where Ya Been' is a bit of fun at the expense of the people who are constantly asking about what's going on. It feels like sometimes from the day an album is released, or a tour is finished, people are asking "where the fuck are you", "hurry up and play our town" "what's going on with a new album?", and that's awesome, but it's still fun to take the piss out of. I wanted Pez on a track for ages, and this idea fo..."
MP3: Black Bobby's "Me - An Emotional Affair (Time to Trade Up)"
Pivoting off opening Rock The Bells last year for the Mos Def & Talib Kweli Reunion show and co-hosting SWEATSTOCK, I just got back from a trip to New York City where I had a performance at the Rock Bottom at Brooklyn Wildlife's Coco Mango Bongo Party.
My song contains a beat I sampled from The Rapture's song It Takes Time To Be a Man. The Rapture have always been a favorite group of mine since the Echoes album. I thought the old school sound of this song fit perfectly with the type of song I wanted to write- a song reminiscing on past "emotional affairs."
Released June 22, 2012, The Grindhouse EP is the first look at Swamp Thing, the brainchild of Timbuktu, Chokeules, & Savilion. Inspired by good rap & bad b-movies, backed by Savilion's production, coming soon to a drive-in near you.
With a self-titled album dropping in the fall, the EP is just a glimpse into the world of Swamp Thing. The hard-hitting video for their first single, "123", gives an idea of what's to come. Three well established artists in their own right join forces to do what they do best: making dope hip hop and rocking hype live shows, fine-tuned from years of work and countless performances.