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Video: Under The Bay - Episode 13 - Part One

From Em Dub

Here's Episode 13 of Under The Bay part 1, with San Francisco emcee Orukusaki. You may not have heard of him, as he's part of the Bay Area underground scene, but he is a dope emcee and a vicious freestyler/battler (he's battled everyone from Jin to Dirtbag Dan). Part 2 will be up Wednesday, at

Under The Bay Episode 13 sneak preview with emcee Orukusaki:


San Francisco freestyle monster Orukusaki answered a few questions with Em Dub while getting his new album Japan-Francisco mixed down at BPos Studios. He talks about the meaning of the name Orukusaki, how he got into hip-hop, his song making process, and the story behind his Japan-exclusive album, Japan-Francisco. You can check out more of his music at but don't expect to see him around SF: he's currently touring in Japan. Part 2, with more freestyle antics, will be up Wednesday at 11:00 AM at!

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The (W)rap Up - Week of March 23, 2010

 Snoop Dogg :: More Malice
Priority/Capitol Records

Author: Steve 'Flash' Juon

"Picking up right where "Malice N Wonderland" left off, Snoop Dogg's "More Malice" feels like a bonus disc that should have been packed in with the original and shipped to select retailers. Some reports even suggest that might be an option, although on my copy it's hard to see how since "More Malice" comes with its OWN bonus disc, a special "Malice N Wonderland" movie on DVD. If you're the consumer who buys all of your albums digitally, I've got good news - you'll get a copy of the movie for the video player of your choice. Sadly there is neither the time nor space to review the new Snoop Dogg flick here, and to be honest I'm a little leary of doing so after how wretched "The Adventures of Tha Blue Carpet Treatment" turned out to be."

Chalie Boy :: I'm Here ::
as reviewed by Pedro 'DJ Complejo' Hernandez

"Chalie Boy as an artist, is a bit hard to classify. In essence, he's a younger version of Big Moe, the larger than life Texas legend who passed away in 2007. His size and propensity to mix singing and rapping make the comparisons easy. Chalie Boy will readily tell you he was influenced by Big Moe, but he is no cheap imitation. Grinding on the independent scene since 2000, Chalie Boy has used that time to refine and advance his style. Big Moe was the O.G., but Chalie Boy has taken the style to new heights. His singing is smoother, his rapping is more fluid, and his overall style is more appealing to a wider audience. That became apparent last summer when Chalie Boy experienced his first real hit with "I Look Good." "

Donwill :: Don Cusack in High Fidelity :: Interdependent Media
as reviewed by Emanuel Wallace

"Back in 2000, there was a film released that told the story of a guy going through a mid-life crisis of sorts, brought on by the failure of yet another relationship. The movie was called "High Fidelity" and apparently Donwill of Tanya Morgan felt a strong parallel between his own life and that of Rob Gordon, played by John Cusack. According to Donwill, his album of the same name is about a year or so in his life and can be enjoyed whether or not the listener has any prior knowledge of the movie. Going even deeper, Donwill has cast supporting characters to parallel those in the movie. The album features Von Pea and Che Grand in the roles of musical moron twins Dick and Barry. Opio of Hieroglyphics fame portrays the villain, Ian Raymond and Nicky Guiland takes on the role of Marie De Salle."

Freddie Foxxx :: Freddie Foxxx Is Here :: MCA Records
** RapReviews "Back to the Lab" series **
as reviewed by Matt Jost

"Guest appearances come a dime a dozen in rap music. There are, however, a handful of artists who make themselves so rare and have so much to add with a cameo that each appearance is cherished by the fans. Bumpy Knuckles, formerly known as Freddie Foxxx, falls into that category. In the early '90s he added a string of reputable guest verses to his name. Kool G Rap & DJ Polo's "Money in the Bank" ('91), Boogie Down Productions' "Ruff Ruff" ('92), Naughty By Nature's "Hot Potato," The Flavor Unit MCs' "Roll Wit Tha Flava" ('93) and The Almighty RSO's "One of Those Nightz" ('94) raised expectations high for what many people thought would be his solo debut."

Geto Boys :: The Resurrection :: Rap-A-Lot/Virgin Records
** RapReviews "Back to the Lab" series **
as reviewed by Pete T.

"Although the original 1980s Ghetto Boys consisted of an entirely different lineup, by 1991 J. Prince had assembled the Houston trio we know and love of Scarface, Bushwick Bill, and Willie D for the monumental "We Can't Be Stopped," the group's best-selling album which featured the classic single "Mind Playing Tricks on Me" and an iconic cover photo of the group rushing 3'8" Bushwick Bill through a hospital hallway after he shot his right eye. Geto Boys became Rap-A-Lot Records' go-to act on the strength of "We Can't Be Stopped" and found international fame for their gruesomely violent content, sexual explicitness, militant anti-political rants, and funky southern-fried production. More than just controversial, Geto Boys proved themselves to be among rap's most compelling and indeed talented artists, spinning startling narratives with chillingly visual imagery as they took listeners inside the singular realm of their horrific ghetto fantasies. "

Hotbox :: Number Theory EP :: Hotbox Productions
as reviewed by Pete T.

"A few words I'd use to describe Hotbox's sound are upbeat, bouncy, and rich. There's lots of horns scattered throughout "Number Theory"'s nine tracks, but the effect is very un-jazz-like. What I like best about his production is the balance he achieves; despite his frequent employment of soulful instrumentation, dramatic string arrangements, and sped-up vocal bytes, his tough, rigid percussion patterns give his beats a driving, heavy quality. The effect is a steady boom bap sound, but it doesn't sound nostalgic—it's remarkably fresh and clean. There are a few samples here and there, and his soundscapes are marked by great spacing. "

Kyle Lucas :: It's Always Sunny In Marietta ::
as reviewed by Pedro 'DJ Complejo' Hernandez

"Funny how things work out sometimes. Kyle Lucas is a member of the group Vonnegutt, which as of now is signed to Big Boi's Purple Ribbon label. If this a revelation to you, don't feel bad. Seeing Big Boi has trouble finding a home for his own solo, it's no surprise his roster has been on a the back burner for a while. The funny thing about all this is, it wasn't the Big Boi affiliation that got me to peep Kyle Lucas. Instead, it was the title, as being a big fan of the show "It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia" I couldn't pass up a mixtape from an emcee who shared the same interest. For those curious, the mixtape contains little for avid fans of the show. The theme song on the intro and a few audio clips scattered towards the end tie the music to the title, but there is nothing essential. "

Madlib :: Madlib's Medicine Show #2: Flight to Brazil :: Stones Throw Records
as reviewed by Patrick Taylor

"Otis Jackson, Jr., aka Madlib, aka Quasimoto, aka Yesterday's New Quintet, is nothing if not prolific. In late 2009 he announced his Medicine Show idea for 2010. Simply put, he's going to release an album a month. Odd numbered months will be original productions, and even numbers will be mixes from his TWO TONS of vinyl. He started the year off with remixes of Guilty Simpson, and his second entry in the series is "Flight to Brazil." The subheading says it all: "Brazillian Funk, Psych, Jazz, Mixed by Madlib." The album is divided into 9 tracks over 74 minutes, with each track clocking it at 5-12 minutes. I'm used to mix albums that either highlight a dozen or so songs, or blend a couple dozen songs to create a steady, coherent groove. That ain't Madlib's style. "

Richh J :: Profile :: CDBaby
as reviewed by Guido Stern

"Richh J (née Richard Jenkins) resides in Columbus, Ohio and loves late '80s/early '90s hip hop. That's about the extent of which I know about the guy from the CD case, the Internet, and the album itself. I challenge any reader to find another legit hip hop site that has covered the record; the fact is, this kind of obscure basement rapper is only going to get his fifteen minutes of fame on But you probably knew that, and I'm guessing that's one of the reasons you even bothered to click on the review of an album by a guy with a name like Richh J. Now and then we make a justifiable discovery and a Shad or a Roosevelt Franklin is introduced to a portion of the hip hop world. Most of the time, though, these acts are average or worse, either due to uncultivated talent or a lack thereof. "

Souls of Mischief :: No Man's Land :: Jive Records
** RapReviews "Back to the Lab" series **
as reviewed by Matt Jost

"Souls of Mischief came back with a vengeance in '95. But why? They came off a critically acclaimed debut, had been nationally present on one of the regionally most diverse record labels and must have enjoyed at least some of the perks that come with being a teenage rap star (all aged between 18-19). How does that translate to a harsh, dark, single-minded second album only two years later? There are battle raps at every turn of "No Man's Land." Roughly 90% of the content simulates some type of battle situation. You can identify this as Rap Rhetoric 101, or even dismiss it as the least common denominator for a group of MC's who had already shot their bolt. You can champion it as an attempt to shake stereotypes (think "De La Soul Is Dead"), or as judgement day for clones and copy cats (think Bone's "The Art of War")."

Saul Williams :: The Inevitable Rise and Liberation of Niggy Tardust :: Fader
** RapReviews "Back to the Lab" series **
as reviewed by Eric Sirota

"Saul Williams is perhaps the world's most acclaimed spoken word poet. With his incredible talent, it should be easy for him to make a good album. He needs three simple ingredients: 1. his voice; 2. his words; and 3. beats he can play with. His lyrics are so profound and his investment in his message so apparent that he can effortlessly challenge his listeners. He just needs to talk. On "The Inevitable Rise and Liberation of Niggy Tardust," produced largely by Nine Inch Nails mastermind Trent Reznor and released for free in 2007 at, when Saul Williams just talks, he is brilliant. But there is far too little talking and far too much singing, edgy production, and general gimmickry for the album to properly zero-in on Williams' incredible talents as a poet. Put otherwise, instead of synthesizing their natural gifts, Saul and Trent try to do much too much. The result is a highly unfocused record which teases the listener with moments of bliss but ultimately never delivers. "

Ty Fyffe :: Ty Fyffe presents... The Pyrex ::
as reviewed by Matt Jost

"Southside Jamaica native Tyrone Fyffe may not have the celebrity profile of other producers, but his career is one of the steadiest in East Coast hip-hop. You'll find his beats on albums by 50 Cent, Busta Rhymes, L.L. Cool J, Cam'ron, G-Unit, Redman, Method Man, Foxy Brown, Ja Rule, Fat Joe, AZ, Slick Rick, Canibus, Keith Murray, Craig Mack, Royce Da 5'9", Beanie Sigel, EPMD, or MIMS. Ty Fyffe learned the ropes from new jack king Teddy Riley, being involved in Wreckx-N-Effect's '92 album "Hard Or Smooth," most importantly its hit single "Rump Shaker." He still shared credits on MC Lyte's "Brooklyn," but would soon sign tracks like Redman's "Rock Da Spot" or L.L. Cool J's "Papa Luv It" solo. During the '90s he left the early funk fixation behind, hitting a commercial peak with A+'s classical-tinged "Enjoy Yourself," before steering towards a more dramatic sound with "Murdergram" and "It's Murda" for the original Murder Inc. (Jay-Z/DMX/Ja Rule). "

Kottonmouth Kings - "Long Live The Kings" Out 4/20


Tour With Insane Clown Posse Confirmed

It is the dawn of a new era in the Kottonmouth Kingdom, and on April 20th, 2010, the Kottonmouth Kings will unleash their eleventh studio album Long Live The Kings.  For the release of this epic recording, the Kottonmouth Kings have reinvented themselves yet again by adding the Dirtball, who joins the fold as a full-time member.  Powered by the machine gun attack of his motor-mouth, Dirtball injects the group with a newfound firepower that takes the group’s sound into uncharted territories.  Previously a solo artist who recorded for Suburban Noize Records, Dirtball’s ability to snap off raps with jaw-dropping results has forced critics to think twice about the capabilities of white rappers.

The group spent eight months in the studio producing over 45 songs to create the next chapter in the ongoing legacy of the Kottonmouth Kings.  The end result is the next dimension in the group's ongoing reign as kings of the underground.  Long Live The Kings is propelled by the bounce of the album’s lead single “Stomp,” while “Rampage” runs some sonic destruction with the Kings’ trademark rip-hop sound.  As always, the Kottonmouth Kings are on the frontlines in the fight for legalization and have recorded two new stoner anthems in “Reefer Madness” and “Let's Do Drugs”.

The planets have aligned perfectly for the release of the Kottonmouth Kings’ new studio album, which coincides with the counterculture pot-smoking holiday observed each April 20th.  The album’s mind-bending mixture of hip-hop, punk-rock, and melodic acoustics will surely be the soundtrack to countless bong rips throughout this year’s stoner holiday.


April 19th West Hollywood, CA – Roxy Theatre

April 23rd Tempe, AZ – Marquee Theatre (420 Freedom Fest w/ (hed) p.e., & Big B)

April 24th Las Vegas, NV – Fremont East (420 Freedom Fest w/ Unwritten Law & (hed) p.e., & Big B)

May 7th   San Diego, CA – House of Blues

May 8th   San Bernardino, CA – National Orange Show (w/ Method Man & Redman)

w/ Insane Clown Posse, Coolio, Kittie, & Necro

May 10th Dallas, TX – The Palladium Ballroom

May 11th Tulsa, OK – Brady Theater Outdoors

May 13th Louisville, KY – InnPlace Hotel and Conference Center

May 14th Milwaukee, WI – The Rave

May 15th Rochester Hills, MI - Meadowbrook Amphitheater

May 16th Columbus, OH – Lifestyle Communities Pavilion

May 17th Charlotte, NC – The Uptown Amphitheatre at The Music Factory

May 19th Philadelphia, PA – Electric Factory

May 20th Baltimore, MD – Pier Six Concert Pavilion

May 21st Worcester, MA – The Palladium

May 23rd Pittsburgh, PA – Amphitheatre at Station Square

May 24th Cleveland, OH – Nautica Pavilion

May 26th Minneapolis, MN – The Cabooze

May 27th Council Bluffs, IA – Westfair Amphitheater

May 28th Sauget, IL – Pops Outdoors

May 29th Bonner Springs, KS – Cap Fed Park at Sandstone Amphitheater

May 31st Morrison, CO – Red Rocks

June 1st  Magna, UT – Saltair

June 3rd  Spokane, WA – Knitting Factory Concert House

June 4th  Portland, OR – Expo Center (Hall C)

June 5th  San Francisco, CA – The Warfield Theatre

June 7th  Anaheim, CA – Grove of Anaheim

June 8th  Tempe, AZ – Marquee Theatre

G&D Deliver Two New Remixes + Video Interview

From Michelle at Audible Treats:

Georgia & Declaime recently dropped their debut LP, SomeOthaShip, on Mello Music Group, and to keep the freshness flowing here come two brand new remixes of one of the album's many standout tracks, "Heaven Or Hell," which also served as the title track of their pre-album, vinyl-only EP. Enter: The Re-Bop, and Queen G Remixes. Both versions are produced and remixed by Georgia Anne Muldrow herself who originally only intended one new remix, but ended up delivering more than she planned. "Georgia wanted to take the reins and create a new remix for the track," says Michael Tolle, founder and head of Mello Music Group. "She ended up creating 3: the album's street version and these two incredibly unique interpretations of the track." The remixed versions find the song with a slightly beefed up head-nod factor, and some choice melodic change-ups. But don't spend too much time figuring out which version you want, grab them both.

During a recent New York stop, when they performed their album release show at SOBs in Februrary, Georgia & Declaime stopped by the Out Da Box TV studios for an in-depth video interview where the duo share their thoughts on everything from the yin-yang type of relationship they have making music together, what inspires them as people and artists, the message in their music, who they enjoy collaborating with, the legacy they hope to leave behind, and much more.

Bay Area fans of Georgia & Declaime can also look forward to seeing the duo perform live when they take the stage Saturday, April 10th alongside Common, The Black Keys, N.E.R.D., and more for Yuri's Night at the NASA Ames Research Center at Mott Field in Mountain View, California. Advance tickets are $49.50 and can be purchased at

SomeOthaShip is available at all digital and physical retailers now.

"Heaven Or Hell Re-Bop Remix":

"Heaven Or Hell Queen G Remix":

Out Da Box TV Interview:

The Background:

In a world made of plastic, Georgia Anne Muldrow & Declaime (AKA Dudley Perkins) breathe. Georgia radiates light into the west coast hip-hip scene with her vocal mixture of social revolution and raw street wisdom. Her choruses echo the voices of yesterday while her beats explore the cosmic sounds of tomorrow. Having already worked with the likes of Erykah Badu, Mos Def, and Madlib, Georgia finds herself taking a well-deserved turn in the spotlight and ready to keep up her collaborative efforts in 2010. Declaime is a veteran to the hip-hop game, with a voice that overflows with bluesy, syncopated veracity. Characterized by his impossible range and stirring cadence, Declaime has the ability to captivate with the unmistakable sound of experience, breathing a spiritual wind back into the funked out vibrations of hip-hop. Combined, Georgia & Declaime have created an impressive catalog of work including Georgia's Worthnothings, Umsindo, and Kings Ballad, plus Declaime's Conversations With Dudley, A Lil Light, Expressions, and Holy Smokes. SomeOthaShip is available now digitally via Mello Music Group.

About Mello Music Group:

Like Lao Tzu in hip-hop, Mello Music Group provides music for the soul, from the heart of American culture, opening the realm of the intelligent hip-hop experience through melodic evocations, beats that corroborate the truth, and voices that roar above the rising void and impose order on the terrible & triumphant moments of everyday life. This is the compelling sound of Mello Music Group. Industry newcomer Michael Tolle founded MMG in 2007 and is acting Director of Operations. MMG will be releasing projects from Oddisee, Georgia Anne Muldrow, Kenn Starr, Finale, Trek Life, Dudley Perkins, Sareem Poems, and YU in 2010.

Video: Moe Green - "Going For The Kill"

From Michelle at Audible Treats:

The Video:

The people that brought you Little Brother's The Listening, J*DaVeY's Beauty In Distortion/Land Of The Lost & Tanya Morgan's Brooklynati proudly present: From Vallejo, CA, the home of Mac Dre and E-40 and the largest city in the United States to declare bankruptcy, MOE GREEN.

Watch the "Going For The Kill" video:

About Interdependent Media:

Founded in 2006 in the Bay Area by Evan Phillips, Interdependent Media has built unique strengths in the development, production, and marketing of recorded music via new methods of marketing and promotion. Armed with a comprehensive understanding of both traditional and emerging methods of marketing, iM has successfully created multi-faceted methods of raising awareness and interest in their projects. Industry veterans Ian "ID" Davis and Dominic Del Bene head operations at iM and are credited with discovering and/or developing artists such as 9th Wonder, Little Brother, Tanya Morgan, Blackalicious, Del the Funky Homosapien, the Hieroglyphics and more. In 2010, iM will be releasing multi-media projects from artists Donwill, TRUTHLiVE, Canibus, Von Pea, Moe Green, A-Plus, and more. For more information, please visit


"Going For The Kill" Video:

"Non Title Match" Video:



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Fat Joe to Release New Album "The Dark Side" in June

From Gio Melchiorre at E1 Entertainment



New studio album “The Dark Side”

to be released on June 28th, 2010


(New York, NY) – E1 Music is thrilled to announce the addition of hip hop icon Fat Joe to its burgeoning roster of artists.

Fat Joe will release a new album, titled “The Dark Side,” on June 28th, 2010. The first single, “Slow Down” features Young Jeezy and was just serviced to urban radio. 

Fat Joe states, “It’s been a long time coming. I have a long history with Alan Grunblatt and everyone at E1.  Although it’s a small label, they have the best marketing and promotion staff in the hip hop game and I’m looking forward to working with them on my new album, ‘The Dark Side.’”

Alan Grunblatt, President of E1 Music adds, “I originally signed Fat Joe to his first record deal and was blown away by the new material Joe played me. Fate has brought us back together; trust me when I tell you he’s got bangers for days!”

Joseph “Fat Joe” Cartagena has sold over 2.5 millions album as a solo artist and has taken the hip hop world by storm since his 1993 debut album “Represent.” He followed this impressive debut with success after success.  His album Jealous Ones Still Envy (J.O.S.E.) was a critically-acclaimed, platinum selling album that spawned the hits “What’s Luve” and “We Thuggin.” 

In addition to being a highly successful solo artist, he is also the founder and current C.E.O. of the collective Terror Squad. Joe also had a monster hit with Terror Squad, “Lean Back,” which became a summertime anthem when it was released.

Audio: Skandal - "Home Economics"

From Ian at 7Thirty Entertainment
Skandal - Home Economics

Skandal's 'A Quick Snack' EP is available for download digitally today.

Home Economics Download

iTunes Download Link

A Quick Snack EP Tracklist
1. Kill 'em Wit the Flow (feat. Ciph Barker)
2. Home Economics
3. Bold As F**k
4. Kill 'em Wit the Flow (feat. Klashnekoff, P Money)
Audio: Maintain ft. Ravenous Deen - "Burnin'" & "Sensei Style"

Maintain (of The Understudies) ft. Ravenous Deen - Burnin' / Sensei Style

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Study Music recording artist Maintain of The Understudies drops a new single to prep you for his upcoming FreEP called "The Process of Progress", due out in March.

Maintain - Burnin' ft. Rav Deen (of After Hijrah) / Sensei Style  Cover Art

Conspiracy Worldwide Radio w/ Public Enemy & Dilated Peoples

From Conspiracy Worldwide Radio:



With Live guests - Public Enemy -  Chuck D - Dilated Peoples - Rakaa Iriscience - Strange Famous' B. Dolan - King Magnetic - Blacastan - Matt Maddox - Redphone Records and more!

Broadcast on March 26th 2010


(Click PLAY to stream or Download to keep)






Show Features


On this must hear show we have:

Public Enemy mouthpiece and legendary hip hop icon, Chuck D ,steps away from writing a new song to indulge in a feature-length, 40 minute interview, in which we address many of the pertinent issues surrounding our beloved hip hop culture. From the entrapment of modern music corporations, to the celebrations of our successes as a collective, this interview symbolises a landmark point for the development of Conspiracy Worldwide Radio. Chuck questions whether such artists as Jay Z have changed the world, the psychology of such media icons as Bill O'Reilly, his future musical work with Immortal Technique and much more in an accomplished and positive 40 minute exploration. A MUST hear.

Dilated Peoples are with us in the form of Rakaa Iriscience, as we delve deep into the specifications of his new album and the work of his many musical family members. We discuss Eminem beefs, Alchemist new productions, the Gangrene album, Hex Murda and a lot more, in a refreshing and informative feature-length.Another must hear experience.

Sage Francis and Strange Famous Music's road warrior, B. Dolan , is one of hip hop's most dedicated and massively engrossing artists. His tireless work ethic and unlimited enjoyment of what he does, translate perfectly throughout this interview, as we navigate our way through such topics as Reptilians, activism, spoken word poetry,wearing Evel Knievel costumes and jumping onto crowds and so much more in an enthralling feature. Be sure to check out .

King Magnetic slopes in live from a Poker game, to face the reality of The Friday Night Live Show. We talk album news, his impressive roster of production and collaborative work and even get the chance to open up the forums to listener questions. Meet Magnetic the man and not just magnetic the artist.

Blactastan is without question, one of hip hop's most satisfying artists. His thrilling vocal abilities and raw, poetic perspectives fill the void left blank by so many other rappers. Expect to hear an upbeat and excitable Blactastan on this interview, as we talk "Black Sabbath" album news, his sacrifices as an artist and much more including an ill freestyle at the end.


Redphone Records recording artist, Matt Maddox is with us to talk about the future of one of underground hip hop's most promising record labels. As well as delivering a freestyle of global proportions, Maddox informs us of his labels plans with such names as Immortal Technique ad Vinnie Paz being dashed around, as we give you the rare chance to meet one of hip hop's newest bloodlines.


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