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19 May, 2010 5:51 am

Get Busy Committee is Ryu (Styles of Beyond, Fort Minor), Apathy (Demigodz, Army of The Pharoahs) and Scoop Deville (son of Kid Frost, producer of Snoop’s “I Wanna Rock”). Despite the group only officially forming one year ago, the trio have managed to use their past experience to cultivate a solid sound, at once a [cont.]

12 May, 2010 4:39 pm

Lyrics, lyrics, lyrics. Ap and Diabolic have come together to form Sleeper Cell. In the meantime, check out Diabolic’s Liar & A Thief and Get Busy Committee’s Uzi Does It, both in stores now.

20 April, 2010 2:14 pm

First single from Celph Titled and Buckwild’s collaborative album together, Nineteen Ninety Now. Guest spots will include Treach (of Naughty By Nature), Vinnie Paz (of Jedi Mind Tricks), Ryu (of SOBs), A.G., Diamond D, Sadat X, Grand Puba, R.A. the Rugged Man, O.C., Lord Digga, Majik Most and more. Yes, this song is lyrical. - [cont.]

23 March, 2010 11:15 pm

New AOTP album The Unholy Terror drops March 30th so its about time we start getting something more then just the snippets. The first track “Godzilla” features Celph Titled, Apathy, Planetary, King Magnetic, Jus Allah and Vinnie Paz. The second track “Suplex” features Dex Devious, Demoz, King Syze and Vinnie Paz. This is the third [cont.]

3 March, 2010 12:26 am

I remember a young and hungry Apathy telling me in 1998 he was on track to work with Busta. It’s finally happening…. Congrats.

15 February, 2010 4:13 am

Taken from the stellar “Uzi Does It” album. Directed by Matt Lenski.

5 February, 2010 6:23 am

With the sudden popularity of 80′s throwback groups like The Cool Kidz, it has opened doors for the resurrection of classic hip-hop sounds, by people who actually lived through that era. While both Apathy and Ryu (Styles of Beyond, Fort Minor) have had massive success in the underground, they’ve struggled with breaking into the mainstream, [cont.]

26 January, 2010 5:16 am

In November of last year, hip-hop group The Get Busy Committee (the new collaboration between Ryu from Styles of Beyond and Fort Minor, Apathy, and producer for Snoop, Clipse, Game, Busta Rhymes and more, Scoop Deville) released their new album, Uzi Does It in a very unique format: 2GB Uzi-shaped Flash drives.  The format was [cont.]

30 October, 2009 12:30 pm

Apathy has had a long, grueling ten-year career, one that is barely beginning to pay off for the artist. With no affiliation to any big name artists, Ap pretty much had to rely on his own talent to make a name for himself in the underground, unlike many of today’s rappers whom simply get by [cont.]

8 July, 2009 1:50 pm

Apathy, Ryu of Styles of Beyond and producer Scoop Deville have teamed up to form The Get Busy Committee, which is sort of throwback group project which Ap describes as “havin’ fun, doing some different shit”. They released their first track, “Little Razor Blade” in January via YouTube, which should give you an idea of [cont.]

27 February, 2007 12:00 am

(Mixtape album; no rating given)     There are certain emcees that you wish would have came out 10-15 years ago. Back when people appreciated skill over the nonsensical bullshit that’s released today. When an emcee could be an emcee, and people loved someone who could spit. Apathy is one of those emcees. He has everything [cont.]

15 March, 2006 12:00 am

  Throughout the years, there have been many “super-lyricists”. You know, those dudes that get on the mic and put everyone else around them to shame, every time. Whether it was Canibus stealing the spotlight on every guest appearance, Eminem lighting up the booth on the Wake Up Show, Ras Kass delivering concepts too complex [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.]

22 November, 2004 12:00 am

    It’s been a long time since Apathy signed the dotted line with Atlantic. Since then the public has waited, and waited, and waited for his debut to drop. Rumors ranged from a severe case of writer’s block to his inability to make a commercially successful single in regards to the delay.  But fans don’t [cont.]

17 November, 2004 12:00 am

HHS: Let’s get right into it and talk about what everyone wants to know. You’ve been signed to Atlantic for awhile now, and I’m sure this is the number one question you’re tired of fielding, but what’s the reason(s) your debut has been delayed so long? Apathy: The reason for the delay is singles. Hit [cont.]

26 September, 2003 12:00 am

We’ve been waving the Apathy flag for a few years now, ever since he released that solid string of 12-inch singles on Bronx Science, back when co-pilot Celph Titled  was making shit happen over at Buds Distribution. Apathy struck while the iron was hot, being one of the last artists to survive the indy 12-inch boom, [cont.]

1 January, 2002 12:00 am

 Each of The Demigodz core members had impressed us with a number of classic indy 12″ singles over the last few years, but the name remains unknown. They appeared on the types of songs that the average head might recognize from their local college radio show, but somehow couldn’t put a name to the voice (or [cont.]

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