Ill Tal – Camel Toes

New beat up on the soundcloud! This one features a classic boom bap sound with blaring horns, ready for war. The beat builds with some distorted piano, pysch Hammond organ, and going all out during the hook with fuzz guitar. READ MORE…

Ill Tal – Vibe Joint

Starting to update my Soundcloud more frequently with new beats! (Got to get more people to hear them right?) So check out the new instrumental “Vibe Joint“. The track features a swing-heavy drum break complete with jazzy ride cymbals, a READ MORE…

Review: Large Professor – Re:Living

Haven’t done a review in a while, so decided to check out the new album by hip-hop vet and producer extraordinaire Large Pro. The project is 11 tracks strong with 9 songs and 2 instrumentals. Stand out features include Queens READ MORE…

Bob James Sues Madlib

If you know anything about hip-hop and sampling, you’ve probably heard of Jazz artist Bob James. James is known for his extensive catalog on famed labels CTI and Tappen Zee, as well as creating 2 of the most sampled songs READ MORE…

Head Hands & Feet – Safety in Numbers

Head Hands & Feet were a British rock group from the early 70’s (even though they sound like Southern rock to me). Legendary guitarist Albert Lee was a member along side some artists from other bands. Despite being relatively unknown, READ MORE…

Interview: Godz Chyld aka G.C.

New York City emcee G.C. aka Godz Chyld recently dropped his new project Don’t Sleep On Me. The album features production from Wu-Tang affiliate Bronze Nazareth and Jordan River Banks (Killah Priest, Tragedy Khadafi). I had the chance to chop READ MORE…

DaVillins – The Flow Show / F.O.H.

Check the new video from DaVillins! DaVillins are out of New York City and are the first group on Sean Price‘s RuckDown imprint. The video contains 2 songs, one produced by DJ Semaj and the other by CrummiesBeats. Features appearances READ MORE…

Interview on WKCR 89.9 FM + Drum Break Mix

On March 20th, I had the pleasure of being a guest on WKCR 89.9 FM’s OffBeat Show. For those not familiar, WKCR is Columbia University’s radio station in New York City. It’s best known for being the former home of READ MORE…