Stream: DJ Yoda – Rap Is Good 2014
DJ Yoda has put together a mix of New Rap That Doesn’t Suck from the last six months or so, which also happens to be Conservative Rap Coalition approved by happy coincidence.
Radio Stream: The Unkut Guide To The Best and Worst 80′s Rap Ballads
The good folk over at PBS 106.7 FM invited me down to do a guest spot on Richie 1250‘s Stone Love program for Valentine’s Day, where I unleashed what I consider to be some of the best and worst examples of the dreaded 80′s rap ballad on unsuspecting listeners.
A Double Dose of Black Rob
BR has popped up with two new appearances this week. The first one is taken from his next album, Genuine Article, and sounds like it’s a left over from his stint at Duck Down based on the fact it contains Sean Price and Tek features and particularly sparse Easy Moe Bee beat.
Stream: Willie The Kid and Bronze Nazareth – The Living Daylights
Willie The Kid and Bronze Nazareth‘s LP is now available for sale on iTunes, but you cab try before you buy with the streaming link below. “Ain’t Nothin’” with Boldy James is my pick of the litter so far.
Stream: The ARE – Here, My Dear
Just stumbled across this debut release from the Rappers I Know blog’s new label, which is the latest instrumental project dealing with the breakdown of his relationship with his daughter’s mother, based around the Marvin Gaye album of the same name, from former K-Otix’s producer The ARE, who’s previously blessed us with Manipulated Marauders and Dem Damb Jacksons.
Marco Polo feat. Organized Konfusion – 3-O-Clock
First release from Marco Polo’s PA 2: The Director’s Cut, which reunites Prince Po and Pharoahe Monch for the first time since the “Now and Then” remix. Look out for the video of this soon, shot by The Doppelgangaz.
J-Zone – Peter Pan Syndrome 7 Song Sampler
J-Zone releases his new album next month, so here’s a sample of seven of the tracks. “Jackin’ For Basquiats” is my shit, obviously.
Album sampler song reference key:
Milano Constantine – What Type Of Shit You Want
While certain sections of the rap internets don’t seem to hold ‘Lano in particularly high regard, I will rep for his abilities any day of the week, particularly when paired with the P Brothers on the beats. Taken from the Alfa Romeo mixtape, which you can stream over at Milano’s Soundcloud. I’m pretty sure I posted this last year but shit happens.
Omniscence – Sharp Objects [Album Snippets]
Quality new vinyl release that should coincide with the interests of CRC members:
The brand new EP from NC’s Omniscence. 10 tracks on limited wax (150 copies on blue swirl vinyl / 150 copies on purple vinyl) produced and mixed by Debonair P. Shipping now.
Minnesota – Diamond District
Not sure what this is from, but Brian Beck From Wisconsin tipped me off about it the other day. Did Diamond D produce this or is he just in that photo at random? Either way, that loop is the business.
Tony Touch feat. M.O.P – You Know You Love This
My pick from the new Tony Touch album, The Piecemaker 3: Return of the 50 MC’s. Sadly there’s no Diaz Brothers track on here though.
Big Twins feat. Big Noyd – Hood On The Map
Big Twins has dropped a new album, and in exciting news for die-hard QB Rap fanatics, he has a Big Noyd feature! Cop On The Grill here.
Terumasa Hino – Unity
A new project dropped today from Terumasa Hino and DJ Honda:
Terumasa Hino was born in 1942 in Tokyo City. He moved to New York in 1975 and worked with a who’s who of jazz. In 1989 Hino became the first Japanese artist to sign with the legendary esteemed American jazz label BLUE NOTE. Throughout the years Hino’s success in Japan and his career has been likened to that of Miles Davis; as they both experimented with jazz/rock fusion and also played the same instrument; the trumpet. In the past few years Terumasa Hino has teamed up with legendary hip-hop icon, dj honda and formed a new sound of fusion blending heavy beats and scratching.
iTunes link for the album
Prodigy and Alchemist feat. Roc Marciano – Death Sentence
Here’s the Roc Marcy feature from the new P and ALC album, Albert Einstein.
Tony Touch feat. Action Bronson and Kool G Rap – It’s A Queens Thing
More Tony Touch action, as Action Bronson and Kool G Rap get down over a Statik Selektah track.