Video: J-Zone – Crib Issues
Here’s the second MS Paint style video from the excellent Peter Pan Theory LP, as Zone explains why it’s always better to smash at your own spot for the home-field advantage and lack of cats.
Video: Royal Flush – Grand Capo Album Preview
Royal Flush – who hasn’t missed a step in terms of that buttery Flushing, Queens delivery since he dropped the amazing Ghetto Millionaire in 1997 – is finally dropping a new album next month called Grand Capo. Shit sounds correct based off of this video, especially the first track…
Video: Money Boss Inc. – Blam Blam
Even though this P Brothers song dropped in 2006, it’s still great enough to warrant a video eight years later. Also note that Eddie Cheeba and Trey Bag have changed their name back from Boss Money Gangsters to Money Boss Inc. and have removed the outro and all references to Nottingham in this version.
Video: Willie The Kid – The Pleasantries / Moving Forward
“I’m spilling Jamesone, naming the famous cities I’ve been”. Video for two tracks from the Aquamarine tape.
Video: Food Warriors: Jay Street – MetroTech
Dallas and Rafi scope out the best grub near the Jay Street – Metrotech A train station in New York City. Great to see that the fellas are sticking to CRC-approved attire with the polo and rugby steez on deck.
Video: Marco Polo feat. The Doppelgangaz – R U Gonna Eat That
The Groggy Pack and Bambi Rose are gafflin’ for left-overs on this cut from Marco Polo‘s PA 2: The Director’s Cut, which has a series of collectible vinyl editions available through Slice of Spice soon.
A$AP Mob feat. A$AP Nast and Method Man – Trillmatic
This shameless attempt to pander to the CRC crowd actually works on the strength of Meth’s superb contribution. That being said, an A$AP Mob song being posted on Unkut may just signal the coming of the apocolypse.
Terror Green – The 1995 Demo EP Snippets
Having become a one of the most requested demos ever played on the Stretch and Bobbito show, Terror Green‘s “45 Stitches” now has an animated video and a vinyl pressing, along with three other tracks. Sounding a lot like Jemini The Gifted Child, this is some of that good old BK ’95 indy action to catch a flashback to. Cop the vinyl here, courtesy of the good people over at Heavy Jewelz.
’45 Stitches’ video:
Video: Grand Daddy I.U. – Sasquatch Feet
A new sure shot from the I Dot U Dot. That hook is just too ill…
Video: Doo Wop and The Bounce Squad feat. Snaggapuss – When The Fuck Is NY Gonna Sound Like NY
Doo Wop has never been one to hold his tongue for no one, and vents on all these trying to appeal to multpile demographics rapper dudes outchea.
Video: The Food Warriors – West 4th Street
The InternetS most trusted husky diners give us the scoop on West 4th Street subway station grub spots.
Video: Timeless Truth – Wavelength
Large Pro catches a Bowne HS flashback with his backpack on one hunned as he laces this new track for Solace and Oprime39 from their next LP, Cold Wave. Mixed by Dave Dar.
Video: $amhill – Changed Man
New visuals for a cut from The Preface EP. Directed by DJ Malor & $amhill, beat courtesy of Dave Dar.
Video: Internets Celebrities – The Food Warriors: 168th St
Rafi and Dallas find out the best spots to grub when riding the A train.
Video: Ka – You Know It’s About
The best track from The Knight’s Gambit gets moving pictures, as will every track if the last LP was anything to go by.