THIS IS A BRIEF INTRODUCTION TO GOD INDA FLESH, AN ARTIST FORMERLY KNOW AS THE DRUNKEN APOSTLE
L’Orange unveils some stunning visuals today from director EmaLee Arroyo for “Need You” featuring Blu. The track waltzes casually between swing era production allusions and underground head nodding flow. Add to it a post-apocalyptic Adam & Eve story shot in the texture rich Rustic Canyon of California among abandoned bomb shelters, water storage tanks, and bunkers. The scrawl of urban decay washes over everything in this video of love & destruction.
What happens when you put a room full of talented artists together and give them the tools they need to create? Build Sessions volume 1 is a mixtape that was created during our open house studio sessions in New York City.
KTL presents The 9/11 FEAR BASED MIND CONTROL PROGRAM Pt2 ft Lenon Honor (BlogTalkRadio) (@Lenonhonor @KTLRadio)
Join KTL Radio as they welcome back to the program Lenon Honor. In honor of his ground breaking tome, "The 911 Fear-Based Mind Control Program" we will take a critical look at the fear-based propaganda that has mushroomed and balloned onto the scene in the last 6 weeks, leading up to the 13th anniversary of 9/11. Lenon Honor writes: Each year, within the 6 weeks leading up to the anniversary of September 11th, 2001, you will find a massive infusion of stories reported on by mass media that have a subliminal resonance with September 11th, 2001.
The first Zulu pays homage to the God Father of Hip Hop Amen Ra (Afrika Bambaata)
For this new album, Guts decided to come back to his Hip Hop roots (he created the french rap Band Alliance Ethnik in the 90’s) and invited quality MCs and singers to join him in the studio. You can find on this album, some Hip Hop legend as Grand Puba, Masta Ace, Bob Power, Rah Digga some singers as Cody Chestnutt, Patrice and a batch of new talents as Leron Thomas, Lorine Chia, Quelle Chris & Denmark Vessey, Dillon Cooper.
The West Coast’s premiere political poet is back, Ras Kass spits razor sharp reflections over fast rising Detroit producer Apollo Brown’s most buttery beats. Special guest Pharoahe Monch grabs the mic and digs into his memory to extract the catastrophic chatter of his inner digital domain – laying waste to lesser emcees. Add to that Dilated Peoples’ Rakaa Iriscience on the hook and we’ve got blast off.
from Apollo Brown & Ras Kass "Blasphemy" Oct. 28th
'Never Catch Me (feat. Kendrick Lamar)' is taken from Flying Lotus' album 'You're Dead!' released via Warp Records October 6 (7 in North America).