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7l & esoteric
14 February, 2014 3:35 pm

Frank The Butcher and 1/3 of CZARFACE team for this special Valentine’s Day mix, made up of classic 90′s R&B and slow jams. Good call kicking it off with the Wu-Tang remix of Jodeci’s “Freak N You”.

1 August, 2013 7:02 am

Official video from the debut album of CZARFACE. Good news, “A BRAND NEW CZARFACE LP is cooking***…Inspectah Deck, Esoteric, 7L & Spada-4 are hard at work on a murderous follow up, due out 2014!”, according to the YouTube description for this video. Video directed by McFarland & Pecci

28 March, 2013 4:26 am

CZARFACE Promotional track they recorded for Sway & Tech’s “The Wake Up Show” with two new verses from INS Deck & Esoteric over “Czar Refaeli.” After selling out the first edition of CZARFACE on CD, with the Pop-Up packaging, Brick Records has repressed the album in a new digi-pack case with altered front cover art. [cont.]

11 March, 2013 6:57 am

Inspectah Deck had a rough go round during the first generation of Wu-Tang solo LP’s. While each Method Man, Ol’ Dirty Bastard, GZA/Genius, Raekwon, and Ghostface were blessed with debut albums produced exclusively by RZA (save one or two tracks), Deck’s debut, Uncontrolled Substance, was one of the first LP’s to largely employ many of [cont.]

27 February, 2013 5:44 am

Shot & edited by Anthony Jarvis! Esoteric hits NYC to chat with Sucklord & Lamour Supreme about the creation of the CZARFACE action figure and character that’s a companion to the CZARFACE album from Wu-Tang Clan’s Inspectah Deck and 7l & Esoteric. CZARFACE figure drops 2/25/13 on www.esoterichiphop.com.

20 February, 2013 6:29 am

With his illustrious career spanning nearly two-decades now, it would be easy for Inspectah Deck to sit back and rest on his laurels; after all, he has helped create some of the best hip-hop music ever recorded. Despite his low-key persona, Deck carved out his own unique space in the Wu-Tang Clan, thanks to his [cont.]

31 January, 2013 12:51 am

“Air ‘em Out” is the first single from Wu-Tang Clan’s Inspectah Deck and 7L & Esoteric’s group venture CZARFACE. Full-length album is in stores 2/19/13. Directed & Produced by McFarland & Pecci.

24 January, 2013 1:43 am

With his illustrious career spanning nearly two-decades now, it would be easy for Inspectah Deck to sit back and rest on his laurels; after all, he has helped create some of the best hip-hop music ever recorded. Despite his low-key persona, Deck carved out his own unique space in the Wu-Tang Clan, thanks to his [cont.]

8 January, 2013 9:32 am

Here’s the latest single from Inspectah Deck and 7L & Esoteric’s collaborative album, CZARFACE. They really captured the Soul Assassins’ early 90′s sound on this one. 1.) Czarface Intro 2.) Air ‘Em Out 3.) Cement 3′s f/ Roc Marciano 4.) Czar Refaeli f/ Oh No 5.) Rock Beast 6.) Savagely Attack f/ Ghostface Killah 7.) [cont.]

4 December, 2012 4:30 am

With his illustrious career spanning nearly two-decades now, it would be easy for Inspectah Deck to sit back and rest on his laurels; after all, he has helped create some of the best hip-hop music ever recorded. Despite his low-key persona, Deck carved out his own unique space in the Wu-Tang Clan, thanks to his [cont.]

23 February, 2012 5:48 pm

With his illustrious career spanning nearly two-decades now, it would be easy for Inspectah Deck to sit back and rest on his laurels; after all, he has helped create some of the best hip-hop music ever recorded. Despite his low-key persona, Deck carved out his own unique space in the Wu-Tang Clan, thanks to his [cont.]

14 December, 2011 5:17 pm

Esoteric speaks with The Bee Shine about his next LP, which will be a collaborative album with the Rebel INS, and will feature production from 7L and DJ Premier.

8 November, 2010 2:22 am

New addition from 7L & Eso’s 1212 LP, available now. Directed by McFarland and Pecci.

26 October, 2010 5:00 pm

Listening to the new 7L and Esoteric album 1212, the first thing I thought was “god damn Esoteric sounds angry”. Then again when you’re an MC and you rep Boston you have every right to be. From Edo G. and the Bulldogs to Guru (who was originally from the New England state) Boston has a [cont.]

15 September, 2010 5:05 am

Details revealed for 7L & Eso’s October 12th release on Fly Casual Creative. TRACKLIST: 1. Retrospects 2. Run This (feat. Celph Titled) 3. Aneurysm 4. 12th Chamber (feat. Inspectah Deck) 5. The Handle (feat. Sadat X) 6. For My Enemies 7. Drawbar 1-2 (feat. Evidence + Alchemist) 8. No Shots 9. Bare Knuckle Boxing (feat. [cont.]

26 August, 2010 9:04 pm

7L & Esoteric deliver their first single from 1212, and nobody is safe. Some names called out on this one…. Here’s looking at you, Waka Flocka. LISTEN: 7L & Esoteric – “No Shots” (MP3) 7L & Esoteric – “No Shots” (MP3)

25 August, 2010 5:06 pm

7l & Esoteric plan to release their first new LP in four years with 1212, dropping October 12th. As you can see above, guests will include Ill Bill, Celph Titled, Alchemist, Evidence, Inspectah Deck, Sadat X, Vinnie Paz, Statik Selektah, and Reef The Lost Cauze. Eso drops knowledge about the LP here.

23 June, 2010 5:38 pm

7L & Esoteric have released an official statement in regards to their new LP, 1212, due out this Fall. It reads as follows: Over here at the 7L & Esoteric company store we swear by authenticity and being up front with our patrons. We’ve given you a lot of music over the past 14-15 years…some [cont.]

7 July, 2006 12:00 am

    Sometimes artists get bored with the art of rapping. Hip-Hop can get pretty redundant nowadays; kids rapping the same ol’ 16 bars over the same ol’ boom bap about the same ol’ subjects. So, usually what happens to artists in this state, is that they will take a leap and try something different. Sometimes it works, [cont.]

28 June, 2006 12:00 am

If you have followed independent hip-hop in the last 10 years, 7L and Esoteric need no introduction.  From 7L’s boom-bap production reminiscent of the greats to Esoteric’s wordplay, consistency is definitely the name of the game.  Unfortunately that game has changed a great deal in the 8 plus years since they dropped their underground classic [cont.]

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