Nothing wrong with randomly dropping heat as far as I’m concerned. Termanology did just that earlier today with this track, which features a nifty Jeru the Damaja sample courtesy of producer Mighty Moe, and scratches from Statik Selektah.
Posts Tagged ‘Jeru the Damaja’
Tags: Jeru the Damaja, Mighty Moe, Statik Selektah, Termanology
Tags: Buckshot, Chubb Rock, Jeru the Damaja, KId Tsunami, Pharoahe Monch, preview, The Chase
Kid Tsunami brings together is collection of East Coast vet as the closing posse cut off his forthcoming album The Chase (April 2013). After the jump, check the projects tracklisting (all songs produced by Kid Tsunami).
Tracklisting for Kid Tsunami’s The Chase LP:
1.) AR Toxic f/ Kool Keith w/ Chuck Chilla (guitar)
2.) Bang Exclusive f/ Sean Price w/ Chuck Chilla (guitar)
3.) Get It f/ Prince Po
4.) Catch Wreck f/ O.C.
5.) Twothousand40 f/ Masta Ace
6.) On Course f/ Thirstin’ Howl the 3rd & Sadat X
7.) What It Was f/ J-Live
8.) No Guarantees f/ Yesh
9.) Worldwide Connex f/ Craig G
10.) Take It Back f/ El Da Sensei
11.) Down Pat f/ Percee P
12.) Authentic f/ Bahamadia
13.) The First Letter f/ AG
14.) Art Of War f/ Kool G Rap
15.) These Are The Facts f/ KRS-One
16.) The Chase f/ Buckshot, Chubb Rock, Pharoahe Monche & Jeru The Damaja
Tags: Common, DJ Premier, EP, Jeru the Damaja, Mama Said the Sun Rises In the Resurrection, Senor Kaos
If you know your 90s Hip-Hop, the title of Senor Kaos upcoming EP (Mama Said the Run Rises In the Resurrection) should make your mouth water. Today’s leak from the project is a reworking of Common’s Resurrection track “Communism” via producer DJ Exit. Make sure you check for the EP on July 3. And if you’ve been sleeping, also below is the first leak “Da Bitchez 2012,” produced by DJ Eleven.
Tags: All Souled Out, Daily Operation, DJ Premier, Gang Starr, Group Home, Hard To Earn, Jeru the Damaja, Mecca and the Soul Brother, Moment of Truth, No More Mr. Nice Guy, Pete Rock, Pete Rock & C.L. Smooth, Public Enemy, Shut Em Down (Remix), Step In the Arena, The Main Ingredient, The Ownerz
Those who were online for Christmas got a nice treat with DJ Premier’s blog dropped this exclusive sitdown interview with Premier and Pete Rock. Based on the hotel setting and Japanese word characters, this interview likely took place during an overseas stop. Premier reveals how he literally fell into Gang Starr when the emcee of his previous group blindsided him by enrolling in the Navy. He details the differences between the album and single versions of “Words That I Manifest,” and a violent altercation at label Wild Pitch over his contract. On Pete Rock’s end, he reviews his creative process on what many consider his best work, the remix to Public Enemy’s “Shut ‘Em Down.” Pete also gives great info on one of his other undisputed classic in “T.R.O.Y.”
Grab a snack, because both legends reflect for a full hour! This is invaluable info from two of the master producers in Hip-Hop history. Mandatory viewing.
Tags: 9th Wonder, A3C, Atlanta, B.o.B., Black Sheep, Black Space, Camp Lo, Curren$y, Diamond District, Duck Down, Erick Sermon, Homeboy Sandman, Jackie Chain, Jeru the Damaja, Juice Crew, Killer Mike, Little Brother, Mickey Factz, Pac Div, Rakim, Rhymefest, Skewby, the Clipse, Wale
Representatives for Atlanta’s A3C (All 3 Coasts) festival have confirmed over several artists for the upcoming three-day concert.
Earlier today the A3C Festival announced Camp Lo, Erick Sermon, Rhymefest, Homeboy Sandman, Diamond District and Da Beatminerz as main performers.
Their “Perfect Attendance” stage, which focuses on buzz-heavy artists from around the country, will have sets from Pac Div, Mickey Factz, Black Space, Jackie Chain, Skewby. In all, the stage expects to feature over 50 rising artists from around the country.
The concert performances will be accompanied by a producer battle, DJ competition, Pro-Audio demonstrations, a national break-dance competition and industry panels.
The A3C festival is entering its sixth year and has been the largest Hip-Hop festival in the southeast. Last year, the event hosted performances from Rakim, Killer Mike, Duck Down, Black Sheep, B.o.B., Curren$y, El da Sensei, and 9th Wonder.
The 2010 A3C event will run from October 7-9 at Atlanta’s Masquerade venue.
Stay tuned to Beats, Boxing and Mayhem for more details as they become available.
This will be my third year attending A3C. In 2008, I was a rookie journalist and interacting with the artists, promoters and fellow writers there inspired me to pursue this field full-time. And last year I had the pleasure of meeting the legend Rakim and building with Killer Mike.
To see all these artists for $33 is a steal! And if my memory serves me right this is actually a lower price than what it was the last two years.
For every Hip-Hop fan in Atlanta, this event is mandatory. For others, it’s well worth the trip if it’s in the budget.