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14 October, 2014 5:40 pm

This is the title track to Akrobatik’s 2014 album Built To Last and the first video from the album. Troop with Ak as he treks back to his hometown after being rebuilt to find out what happened to the world he once knew. Beats by Reason of 4AR and cuts by DJ Reel Drama. An [cont.]

27 February, 2013 5:11 am

On the heels of their European tour announcement, N.B.S. connects with frequent collaborators Snowgoons and veteran wordsmith Akrobatik to show fans the ‘Essence of Real Rap’. ‘Essence of Real Rap’ is a fan favorite cut from the third N.B.S. retail effort ‘The Dispensary’ (available now via Big Bang Records on iTunes and your favorite digital [cont.]

23 February, 2012 5:35 pm

1.) “Bru-Tang Clan Ain’t Nothing To Puck Wit” 2.) “Radio Skit #1” 3.) “Triumph” (Game 7) 4.) “Fish” (Noseface Killah Anthem) 5.) “The Illest Team” 6.) “Radio Skit #2” 7.) “Protect Ya Net” 8.) “All That We Got Iz You” (Ode To The Fans) 9.) “Radio Skit #3” (Outro) In just over a year and [cont.]

10 February, 2012 4:00 pm

In just over a year and a half, Boston Bruin’s Left Winger Brad Marchand has won a Stanley Cup and has become a fan favorite among Boston Hockey fans. His cult hero status as a gritty player who doesn’t take himself too serious has been elevated with the embracing of his popular nickname “Noseface Killah” [cont.]

20 December, 2011 6:56 pm

Boston-based indie label Leedz Edutainment has come together with The DJBooth and Coast 2 Coast DJs to bring listeners their latest compilation album, The Write Off Vol. 3. Hosted by Mr. Peter Parker, the project features 23 fresh records from a variety of the game’s hottest underground/up-and-coming emcees. Included are previously-featured, reader-approved leaks “From the [cont.]

15 May, 2011 6:48 am

Boston emcee Akrobatik is in stable condition after open heart surgery that followed was is being described as “a massive heart attack”.  Mr. Lif confirmed his status earlier this weekend on Twitter.Here’s hoping he makes a speedy recovery.

24 February, 2011 8:26 am

Hip-hop legend Virtuoso is back with another display of his trademark tongue twisting lyricism over concussive production. This time he has enlisted the assistance of long time collaborators Akrobatik (of The Perceptionists) and Casual (of Hieroglyphics). “No Fear” is a sure-fire fan favorite combining two of Virtuoso’s closest collaborators over production from iconoclastic indie production [cont.]

16 January, 2011 5:56 am

One year after the earthquake in Haiti, Lif and Akrobatik reunite as the Perceptionists to speak on it. Grab the track or listen below via Bandcamp.

15 December, 2010 12:17 am

Nastee picks up Akrobatik and Burnt who are standing in the rain, waiting on the bus. They reveal to him that they just bombed Jake’s Pigpen (Police Headquarters). Always the revolutionary, Nastee is cool with it and they explain the whole story of coming up against the police, the system and the forces of evil.

24 November, 2010 11:28 pm

!Mayday! emcee Wrekonize brings the remix from his Soiree For Skeptics mixtape, featuring a whole host of guest emcees. LISTEN: Wreckonize – “Groundwork (Remix)” (feat. Co$$, Akrobatik, Ras Kass, Rudi Goblen, & Saheed) (MP3) Wreckonize – “Groundwork (Remix)” (feat. Co$$, Akrobatik, Ras Kass, Rudi Goblen, & Saheed) (MP3)

13 March, 2008 5:08 am

“It’s been years since my records started to spin/I’m from the era where you had to work your hardest to win/a lot of records dropped you never heard the artists again/but in my heart is the desire to win, I’m on fire again”. No truer words have been spoken about the era that has nearly [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.]

12 May, 2003 12:00 am

    After making noise on the indy 12″ scene with his Eastern Conference certified banger “Internet MC’s”, catching some attention from his 2001 EP, and sharing the stage on Mr. Lif’s live album, the latest to emerge from the Boston scene (one that mirrors a late 80′s NYC) is Akrobatik, with his graduation to full-length status [cont.]

1 January, 2000 12:00 am

 Next up to bat from Boston’s sea of everlasting unsigned hype is Akrobatik, who first got heads attention with his underground 12″, “Say Yes Say Word”. This fun little pro-hip-hop anthem showed some promise, but remained unclear if Akrobatik was ready to enter the rap world, or if he was just another independent artist of [cont.]

1 January, 2000 12:00 am

Boston’s Akrobatik jumps into the virtual ring to take on the cyberfreakin’ rappers out there on “Internet MC’s”. Had he dropped this two years ago, he’d be a visionary, as it is now, Akrobatik’s latest is likable in that “isn’t that funny” sort of way but his self-production isn’t half as clever as his lines. “Cats [cont.]

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