Hasan Salaam featuring Immortal Technique – Jericho

Fellow NJ native Hasan Salaam dropped his new video featuring underground legend Immortal Technique. The song is one of the few (good) hip-hop songs to touch on the topic of police brutality. Hezekiah provides the beat, which isn’t your average READ MORE…

B.D. Foxmoor (Active Member) – HIP HOP (prod. Ill Tal)

About a week ago I got a request on my beats for sale page from an emcee out of Greece – B.D. Foxmoor. I’m not really up on the international hip-hop scene, so I was surprised to find out B.D. READ MORE…

Ill Tal - Do The Charlie Brown

DOWNLOAD ALBUM Check out the new video from Still Trapped in the 90’s directed and edited by the homey Boom Sny! “Do The Charlie Brown” pays homage to the Leaders of the New School emcee with the same name. Follow READ MORE…

Ill Tal - Still Trapped in the 90’s

DOWNLOAD NOW Summer is over and it’s back to old school season again! I’ve teamed up with the good folk at DJBooth.net to release the second installment of my golden era inspired instrumental series Trapped In the 90’s. The album READ MORE…

Thank You Dr. Funkenstein!

This past Thursday I had the pleasure of watching George Clinton & P. Funk Allstars perform at the Watermark Hotel in New York City. Since I heard rumors that this would be his last tour, I needed to get a READ MORE…

Common – Nobody’s Smiling (Review)

After being a huge fan of Common’s last 2 albums Be and Dreamer/Believer I was excited to hear about Nobody’s Smiling. Early reports indicated the album would be produced entirely by No ID and would focus on the the current READ MORE…

My Experience with Fiverr

So I recently decided to experiment using the micro-contracting site Fiverr.com. For those not familiar, it’s basically a site where random people offer services starting at $5. Depending on the service, there are several add-ons for additional costs. I wanted READ MORE…

Jeru The Damaja – The Hammer (Review)

The first live hip-hop show I ever went to was Jeru and Cocoa Brovas (before they were Smif-n-Wessun again). It was right around the time his new single “99 Pacent” dropped. Sadly, that was the last time I really remember READ MORE…