DaVillins Now Available on Vinyl!

SIDE A: SIDE B: Limited edition copies of DaVillins “FOH Pt2” featuring Prodigy of Mobb Deep are now available via UGHH.com! The single is pressed on high-quality, 7-inch vinyl and recorded at 45 RPM so it’s nice and crispy! Dirty READ MORE…

Your Old Droog – Listen to Jazz

O’Donel Levy was a jazz guitarist out of Baltimore, MD. He put out several albums during the 70’s on the famed Groove Merchant label, headed by Sonny Lester. He also played guitar on many Jimmy McGriff albums, (a Groove Merchant READ MORE…

Ill Tal – Jazz Fusion [hip-hop instrumental]

First post of the 2017! New beat, with no samples inspired by the jazz fusion sounds of CTI records (think Bob James, etc.) The main loop is Wurlitzer 200 Electric Piano through an overdrive and wah-wah pedal. There are some READ MORE…

Da Villins – MisInnerstood (freestyle)

Da Villins have been working hard this year, dropping new music constantly. This new joint “MisInnerstood” is a straight heat rock with the duo dropping 2 verses without a hook over a mellow, deep beat. Make sure to check it READ MORE…

M-Dot – Days Are All The Same [prod. Hi Tek]

Check out the new banger from Boston’s own M-Dot “Days Are All The Same“. Beat provided by Rawkus legend Hi-Tek, utilizing a haunting organ and some drowned out sampled vocals. Make sure to check out the new album from M-Dot READ MORE…

Da Villins feat Prodigy of Mobb Deep – FOH Pt. 2 [prod. by Ill Tal]

In 2014, I saw a blog post about Sean Price‘s new artist on his own imprint #RUCKDOWN records – Da Villins. I decided to hit them up on Soundcloud and asked if they needed any beats. They responded and after READ MORE…

Cab Cabernet – Krushed Grapes: Harlem Vintage

Check out the new album from Cab Cabernet – Krushed Grapes: Harlem Vintage. For those that remember the golden age of underground hip-hop (late 90’s/early 2000’s), you may already be familiar with Cab. He was formally known as Hanif Jamiyl READ MORE…

Joey Badass – Save the Children

Before Joey Badass was taking a different approach (i.e. “Devestated“) he was fully engulfed in the boom bap renaissance. His debut album B4.DA.$$ satisfied the old heads but young heads wished he stepped out of the comfort zone a bit. READ MORE…