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15 March, 2006 12:00 am  This Army of the Pharaohs album has been talked about for years, so how does it finally feel to get it accomplished when some didn’t think it would ever come out? Vinnie Paz: Yeah, it feels good man.  It was hard because every time we wanted to make it everyone else was working on [cont.]

12 January, 2006 12:00 am  Most Hip-Hop fans are aware of your musical background, but I just want to start off letting the people get the know the man behind the beats.  So can you tell us what it was like growing up in Cincinnati for you? DJ Hi-Tek:  I could say I’ve had a good life, so far.  [cont.]

16 November, 2005 12:00 am

    Somebody get Praswell a drink.  As the red headed stepchild of The Fugees, Pras has endured years of frustration, hate and setbacks.  It is never easy being the “other guy” in a superstar group, but that is what Pras has had to live with his entire career.  With his sophomore album, – Win, Lose [cont.]

6 July, 2005 12:00 am

Consisting of Wise Intelligent, Culture Freedom, and Father Shaheed, the Poor Righteous Teachers played an integral role in shaping Hip Hop’s black militancy and Islamic oriented message in the early 90′s.  The Trenton, New Jersey, based group released two critically acclaimed albums, Holy Intellect (’90), and Pure Poverty (’91), both of which stressed for the [cont.]

22 March, 2005 12:00 am

Mix CD / Compilation; No Rating Given         The Purple City Byrd Gang, consisting of underground veteran Agallah, Shiest Bub and Un Kasa, is an offshoot of Harlem’s super group The Diplomats.  For the past two years, Purple City has flooded the scene with eight mixtapes, selling close to 80,000 copies.  Road To Riches is [cont.]

2 March, 2005 12:00 am

     The Testament is one of Hip Hop’s premier throw back albums.  It was intended to be released in 1997 on Def Jam, however, the label felt Mega lacked the superstar quality needed to succeed and the album was shelved indefinitely.  Since then fans have sought after The Testament for years.  Now after eight long [cont.]

23 February, 2005 12:00 am

HipHopSite: We’ll get into The Testament, but first I want to speak about the recent passing of ODB.  What was your reaction when you heard ODB passed? The passing of ODB is a tragic lose.  ODB’s death just showed us how mortal we all are.  It can happen to anybody.  But ODB’s death also left [cont.]

30 November, 2004 12:00 am

Truth Enola has waited a long time for his chance to shine.  In 1996 he stormed onto the scene, appearing on De La Soul’s classic cut “Pony Ride”.  But since then Truth has wallowed in Hip Hop limbo.  Even though he continued to release various 12 inches over the years, Truth eventually fell into obscurity.  [cont.]

27 October, 2004 12:00 am

     “He look like Big, he sound like Big. Yo, I’m B-L-A-C-K, nigga ya dig?”  It is no secret that Compton’s newest sensation, Guerilla Black, is the closest thing to the Notorious B.I.G. reincarnated.  Guerilla Black utilizes Biggie’s flow, voice and wordplay perfectly.  Black even pronounces and stresses words in the same manner that the late [cont.]

19 October, 2004 12:00 am

Alchemist is the truth, as he has arguably been Hip Hop’s most prolific producer the past three years.  Whether its revitalizing Mobb Deep’s career, or producing classic bangers for Jadakiss, Lloyd Banks and Nas, The Alchemist is in the prime of his career.  ALC took some time out to speak with HipHopSite about his debut [cont.]

5 October, 2004 12:00 am

      A year after the disappointing release of “Visions Of Gandhi”, Vinnie Paz and Stoupe are back to restore their dominance in the underground scene with “Legacy Of Blood”.  While “Visions Of Gandhi” was heavily criticized for its Latin influenced production, “Legacy Of Blood” finds Jedi Mind Tricks returning to their roots.  With Stoupe putting forth [cont.]

20 September, 2004 12:00 am

HipHopSite:  Let’s start by talking about the new album “Legacy Of Blood”, dropping September 21.  How does this album differ from “Visions Of Gandhi” and “Violent By Design”? Paz:   We did “Violent By Design” in our home studio, and basically recorded it and mixed it ourselves.  Then with “Visions Of Gandhi” we recorded it in [cont.]

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