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Darin Gloe
24 May, 2006 12:00 am

In the early nineties the Wu-Tang Clan was heard from West to South to North to East, everybody was banging “Cuban Linx” and “36 Chambers”.  After much success in the nineties the millennium has been plagued with mediocre side projects and slumping sales.  It is now time for a rebirth; Bronze Nazareth is part of [cont.]

18 May, 2006 12:00 am

There are groups in hip-hop that you can’t categorize into a box and The Cunninlyguists are definitely one of those groups.  From the debut album “Will Rap for Food” to their newest offering “A Piece of Strange” you never know quite what to think.  Each of their albums have a different sound and for this [cont.]

10 May, 2006 12:00 am

When you hear the name Vakill you think of one thing, lyrics.  On his debut album “The Darkest Cloud” we were introduced to a lyrical emcee hailing from Chi-Town.   Amongst the talent in Chicago Vakill has always stood out as one to watch.  He’s serving you up again with “Worst Fears Confirmed”, but if you [cont.]

23 March, 2006 12:00 am

Interviewed by Darin Gloe When you hear the name El Da Sensei, you automatically think “Wrong Side of the Tracks” and “The Ultimate”.  Sure El was a part of the Artifacts, but since 1998 El has created quite a name for himself outside of that group and outside of major label status.  Since 1998 he [cont.]

8 March, 2006 12:00 am

Hip-Hop started in the Bronx, but Connecticut?  Hell yeah, Connecticut is where Apathy is resides and continues to rep to this day.   After dropping successful bootlegs and several independent releases, Apathy has truly dropped a masterpiece in “Eastern Philosophy” which is released on March 21st.  We sat down with Ap and found out what Atlantic’s [cont.]

21 February, 2006 12:00 am

From when I was in High School I was always fascinated by the Wu-Tang sound.  It was truly an honor and a privilege for me to sit down and actually talk to someone who I felt changed the face of hip-hop.  With the “Fishscale” dropping on March 14th, Ghostface has been a very busy man.  [cont.]

24 January, 2006 12:00 am

When gangsta rap was ruling the airwaves and the charts, there were few from the west coast that didn’t follow the trend.  The Alkoholiks were part of that few.  With E-Swift on the boards and J-Ro and Tash on the mic,  “Tha Liks” carved out a sound all their own in the early and mid-90′s [cont.]

22 December, 2005 12:00 am

From a top the mountains of Colorado to the sunny beaches of LA, it’s finally Deux Process time to shine.  Originally from Colorado the long road has not been easy for emcees Viceversa and Chief Nek along with their DJ, Shawn Dub.  With their debut album “In Deux Time” dropping in January and people already [cont.]

12 July, 2005 12:00 am

Buckshot’s already made history. Since his entrance into the game as the frontman of groundbreaking group Black Moon with their classic LP Enta Da Stage, he’s consistently given quality hip-hop to anyone willing to listen.  Black Moon has released three solid albums, and Duck Down Entaprizez-Buck’s label with fellow exec Dru Ha–houses the Boot Camp [cont.]

21 June, 2005 12:00 am

By: Darin Gloe & Cardiff Giant HHS: The story of how Little Brother came together is well-documented, but how did Away Team come together? Sean Boog: Basically we (Khrysis and I) met at Missie Ann (Missie Ann is the studio that Cesar Comanche runs, Little Brother recorded all of The Listening there and we recorded [cont.]

31 May, 2005 12:00 am

Amidst mixing down and putting the final touches on his upcoming Universal LP  ”Live at the Renaissance”, we got a chance to sit down with Q-Tip.  He’s let us in on what he’s been up to, where the Kamal project is at, and what movie roles he  has taken on.  He also puts the proverbial [cont.]

25 May, 2005 12:00 am

In this game of flash in the pan one hit wonders there are rarely artists or producers that have staying power like Da Beatminerz.  They have brought us classic albums like “Enta Da Stage” over a decade ago and are still going strong.  They are still doing radio, still producing and still being looked at [cont.]

10 May, 2005 12:00 am

North Carolina is blowing up right now, aside from 9th Wonder and Little  Brother, there is a lot of talent about to emerge from NC.  Splash is one of those talented emcees who seems to have it all together.  From storytelling to  battle rhymes to working with the most sought after producer on the planet.  [cont.]

13 April, 2005 12:00 am

The man they call Juice has been called the best freestyle emcee of all-time and one of the greatest battle rappers in hip-hop. Juice is ready to take it to another level, he is ready to let the world know who he is as a person and not just an emcee. With “All Bets Off”, [cont.]

8 February, 2005 12:00 am

RA the Rugged Man is one of the most famous unknowns in the rap game, from  being signed at an early age to dropping classic records with hip-hop legends, the  man has been there and done that.  We got a chance to sit down with him and really find out what goes on in the [cont.]

1 February, 2005 12:00 am

Hailing from Cambridge, Mass just up the road from the likes of Edo G and Brick Records comes Virtuoso. Making his debut on Boston based Brick Records “Rebel Alliance” LP, Virt was immediately recognized for his intricate wordplay and his social awareness. After dropping the acclaimed independent favorite, “Word War I: The Voice of Reason”, [cont.]

18 January, 2005 12:00 am

Let’s give the readers a little background on Triple Seis, where your from how long you been in the game and what not Well, the name came from being a The Beast, when I do my thing I am a beast.  The name was given by Pun actually.  It came from Nero Caesar; he was [cont.]

4 June, 2004 12:00 am

Slum Village has been through a lot, with label drama, group drama, and every other problem that a crew could go through.  But through it all they persist and grow with each release.  I sat down with Elzhi and he cleared some things up for the hip-hop world (T3 was sleeping in the background) Here’s [cont.]

27 April, 2004 12:00 am

HHS:   I’m sitting here with the Perceptionists, how are you guys doing? Akrobatik:  Definitely doing good man, we just on the second leg of the 6 week tour the never-ending leg of the tour. HHS:   Go ahead and introduce yourselves to those who don’t know who you are Akrobatik:  We are The Perceptionists and my [cont.]

1 January, 1999 12:00 am

Likwit Crew’s most underated affiliates have been putting it down for years on the Cali underground scene, debuting one the Alkaholiks first album “21 and Over”, and producing a number of tracks for the ‘Liks over the years. Most recently, the crew brought forth their first major offering, “Soundpieces: Da Antidote”, a collection of original, [cont.]

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