The legendary Stretch & Bobbito show is known worldwide thanks to word of mouth and tape trading that allowed shows to move around the globe in places they probably never imagined . They’re currently working on a documentary for the masses but until it’s release they’ve reached into their own private stash and put together this 25 track playlist including the 1 hour long Wu-Tang Clan appearance . LISTEN
Roseville Music sais:
Joell Ortiz does what he does best on this bass-heavy !llmind produced banger. If you feel offended, it’s probably directed towards you. This is the 1st single from Joell Ortiz & !llmind’s up-coming ‘Human’ album, due out July 17th 2015.
J Conzo from the Bronx posted this and has this to say:
Diggin in the crates found this rare recording of The Cold Crush Brothers at Harlem World 1982. All the routines and some free styling from the Pillars of Hip Hop The Cold Crush Brothers!!
Seen at http://rappcats.com
Madlib has a new mixtape called Mind Fusion: African Earwax. He made 30 copies of these on CD, each of which was being given an individual hand-drawn cover by Jason Jagel and sold at the Doomsday Show at Rappcats, June 20, 2015 . This is the first mix on Madlib’s Mixcloud page .
Mind Fusion began as a five-volume mixtape series, released 2004-2007. These mixtape CD releases bare no label or address, just the name “Madlib” designed like the Tamla Records logo. Vol 1 and Vol 4 contain production from Madlib. Vol 2 is a jazz mix. Vol 3 and Volume 5 are mixes of records from around the world. Liner notes in each volume, from authors such as Thurston Moore, Vaclav Havel, LeRoi Jones, and Lungston Hughes, range from essays on jazz, a Los Angeles guides, poems, tips on making bombs at home.
Off of The Mad Rapper’s “Appreciate The Hate Vol.3” out in July
Jumpoff Joey will release All Love Lost at some point , and you may or may not find this record on it .
KPC Records sais:
First single off upcoming Akrobatik / LX-Beats – EP !
We’d like to thank everyone who helped us during the video shoot and also all the sponsors
Steezus Hi sais:
Featuring Hawaii graffiti artist “Trawn (Traide Winds)” on growing up in the Hawaii-graf-scene, transitioning from childhood to adulthood, and personal vs. widespread validation for art.
Serge Severe and Gen.Erik have worked together for seven years, but are only now collaborating on their first dual project with Serge handling the MC responsibility and Gen.Erik managing the production. Their new video “Say Nothing” features Serge displaying his lyrical prowess over a hard boom bap beat produced by Gen.Erik. The video was directed by Sam Lingle, who also directed the duo’s previous video “Stay Alive”. Their album is scheduled to be released later this year, and features a whole slew of legendary artists and DJs to be announced soon. Stay tuned.