Official video for “Penny Nickel Dime” by Amp Live feat. Anya & Prof from the new album, “Headphone Concerto”.
Here’s a brand new video for a song from Eligh & Amp Live’s album “Therapy At 3.” “Beautiful Addiction” features Grieves and Blake Hazard and is directed by Dahveed Telles for Detail Shoppe.
These days, most underground artists do not tour nationwide, let alone, worldwide. With the changing musical landscape, fickle fan bases, and the rising costs of touring, most East Coast clubs seldom see their brethren from the West roll through their towns. Zion I and the members of the Living Legends defy modern touring conventions. Both [cont.]
Eligh & Amp Live’s “Therapy At 3″ album release is quickly approaching. On November 15th, fans will see the worldwide release of the album which pairs two legendary West Coast crews, The Living Legends and Zion-I to come together with their respective members, Eligh of Living Legends and Amp Live of Zion-I. Today, enjoy the [cont.]
Eligh & Amp Live continue to push for their upcoming collaborative album “Therapy at 3″ being released on November 15th. Fans of the Living Legends crew and Zion-I will love this album, as well as folks unfamiliar with their near legendary status on the West Coast. Today marks the first of many videos where Eligh [cont.]
Single from Eligh + Amp Live’s – Therapy At 3 album. The therapy session is scheduled for 11.15.11.
On November 15th, Eligh of the Living Legends and Amp Live of Zion I team up to present a collaborative album titled “Therapy at 3.” With Amp Live handling all production duties, Eligh was able to focus solely on his lyrical content, which he often viewed as ‘therapy sessions’ discussing his various personal struggles with [cont.]
From Amp’s You Are Not Human: The Love EP, which you can download for free, here.
The Bay Area’s Zion I crew, made up of producer Amp Live and emcee Zumbi, have always been known for their incredible consistency and diverse musical palette. While they got off to a rough start, over the course of the group’s career, they improved with time, gaining a loyal following, perfecting their sound, never afraid [cont.]
Bay Area producer Amp Live has always been one to think outside the box in terms of his beats, from lacing his Zion I partner Zumbi with the freshest of tracks over the years, to remixing Radiohead to great critical acclaim. Unfortunately, his official solo debut, Murder At The Discotech, does not deliver like many [cont.]
Amp Live, innovative DJ/Producer of legendary hip-hop crew Zion I, continues to break new ground with the release his solo album Murder At The Discotech. Though he’s known most widely for being a key defender of socially conscious hip-hop, Amp Live has always dabbled in hip-hop’s sister genres of dubstep and electronic music and melds [cont.]
It started, more or less, with 9th Wonder’s God Stepson. That is, an artist with a lot of passion, but hardly a name to go off of, pays homage to another artist they honor and tribute, by remixing their album (without the original artist’s permission of course). 9th did this for Nas, and when the [cont.]
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