Rakim has sat for a Q&A with the Montreality crew before , and they caught up with him again to talk current ish’
– His upcoming album (0:24)
– J. COLE (1:01)
– KENDRICK LAMAR / To Pimp A Butterfly (1:50)
– Love for the New Generation (2:48)
– Feeling sharp as ever (4:11)
– Who HIP HOP belongs to (4:56)
– The biggest lie in the world (6:14)
– His message to the youth (7:53)
For some , finding a handful of the samples DOOM used for his works may be easy but to find almost an hours worth of source material and set it to videos is a project worth paying respect to . Do that by watching above.
NOw FUTUR sais:
A VIDEO AND AUDIO TRIBUTE WE DID FOR MF DOOM FLIPPING HIS BEATS RE-CREATING THEM USING ORIGINAL SAMPLES AND ADDING VIDEOS TO IT
WE VE PLAYED THIS LIVE AS AN OPENING ACT FOR MF DOOM
MIXED ASSEMBLED AND EDITED BY SIMS, MASS & ALAN the G
artwork by Julien Sens
Jonwayne Is Retired
This is off Jonwayne’s “Jonwayne Is Retired” EP out tomorrow . Jonwayne created a dope brand of Hip-Hop born out of Low End Theory in LA , and after 7 years has decided to “retire” . Based on his output let’s hope this is the modern day version of retirements in Hip-Hop and not a literal version.
Minerals & Gems video off of the same project . This visual has a Sixth Sense .
Lord Nez is always reppin’ the pioneers and Golden Era of Hip-Hop . This is off his new LP “Unreleased Hits & Demos (Vol. 1) BUY , and check out his Tumblr for dope throwback Hip-Hop ish’ Neztalgic
Matt Lawton (director) sais:
MAGE and PHOR CMK spray to Wick-It The Instigator’s “Gridhouse Bastards” album. Follow them into abandoned Detroit factories, to shuttered schools in Gary Indiana, and to freight train yards around Chicago.
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The UK digger crosses obscure samples with 808’s on this video off of “In Morocco” that can you can listen to and buy below.
YNR Productions sais:
The London-based producer follows up his 2013 debut with his latest album ‘In Morocco’; a potent brew of wistful North African strings, wild percussion, howling dogs and lashings of tape hiss.
The album marks a further departure – both musically and geographically – from Telemachus’ Hip Hop roots. Having re-located to the village of Mirleft in Southern Morocco for 2 months to surf the Atlantic and make the album, the result is tapestry of rich experience; a well-weathered body of work hot-footing through the sands to the electric beat of it’s own bohemian ambitions.
14 instrumental tracks deep, Telemachus employs the sonic sensibilities of a youth misspent soaking up the sounds of London’s bashment raves and pirate radio stations to take us on a Super-8 cinematic trail through the Moroccan Medina, beyond the bustling Souk and over the rolling verdant hills to adventure unknown.
All tracks chopped, played, recorded, recorded, sung and mixed by Telemachus (D. Webb)