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5 May, 2005 12:00 am

HHS: Knowing you have a good sense of humor, we have to ask, what’s with the hair?  Last time we saw you, it was high and tight, now you’re a virtual hair-tree?  You trying to become the lead-singer of an Alt-Rock group? Edan: I ain’t trying shit.  My hair growing is a result of NOT [cont.]

27 April, 2005 12:00 am

In anticipation of Vast Aire and DJ Mighty Mi’s release of The Best Damn Rap Show, which was released on 4-5-05, we politicked with Vast and Mi to discuss their respective “Best Of’s”; let the healthy debates over their answers ensue! HHS: What’s the best damn Indy rap record of all time? Mighty Mi: Wu-Tang [cont.]

30 March, 2005 12:00 am

HHS: Virginia’s state slogan is “VA Is For Lovers.”   Yet, with Teddy Riley, Timbaland, Missy Elliot, Neptunes and now your emergence, perhaps it should be redubbed “VA Is For Beatmakers,” is it something in the water down there? Nottz: It’s gotta be!  Some of the best backdrops for the biggest Hiphop and R&B artists come [cont.]

23 March, 2005 12:00 am

HHS: You’re keeping yourself quite busy, you have a mixshow in 4 major markets and host your own show on Eminem’s Sirius Satellite station, how do you manage to balance everything and still find the time to work on your own projects? C.Sparks: I would attribute it to little sleep, time management and having good [cont.]

15 March, 2005 12:00 am

HHS: For those that aren’t familiar with Earatik Statik, what is the group’s background? Earatik: The Group is made up of two emcees Abstruse & C-Low & DJ Rude One (of Single Minded Pros) is the resident DJ.  We have been doing it in Chicago for a minute now as far as releasing 12″, but [cont.]

2 March, 2005 12:00 am

HHS: First off, how’s the tour going? Tame One: It’s going real well!!  Brycon, Dusted Dons and I have been tearing spots down; the crowds have really been feeling us. HHS: After a brief hiatus in between your Artifacts split and solo-debut (When Rappers Attack), you’ve really been on the grind lately, first the collaborative [cont.]

3 February, 2004 12:00 am

HHS: You have a stellar list of guests on your album, out of all of the people who was most unique in their approach to recording? CHOPS: I’d say probably Raekwon was the most unique, he’s one of the bigger names but he was real open to experimenting, trying different shit, and was cool about [cont.]

13 August, 2003 12:00 am

 On “Levitibus” Canibus confidently asserts “hey you shouldn’t fall for the naivety/lyrically I’m the illest when my beats is OK.”  But now on his fifth LP, Rip The Jacker, finding “O.K. beats” to properly embellish his otherworldly theses continues to be Germaine Williams main Achilles heel. While Bis has yet to find the essential synergy [cont.]

12 May, 2003 12:00 am

Craig G is an emcee you can’t help but root for.  After all, as a member of the Juice Crew he and his brethren created a catalog of old-school classics; including one of the most crucial posse-cuts (“The Symphony”) to have ever been cued up on a pair of Technics.  But that was then, and This Is Now, [cont.]

  Mixtape D.L.
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