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Artifacts
1 February, 2012 8:33 pm

In promotion of El Da Sensei’s Nu World Remix EP, which is now available on iTunes, the Nu Jeru legend reunites with his Artifacts cohorts Tame One & DJ Kaos for the !llmind Remix of “Everyday In The Street”. Directed by Monstar Films, this video signifies the first time that all three Boom Skwad members [cont.]

16 November, 2011 4:13 pm

El’s new remix EP is on Itunes now – stream the whole thing below and purchase if you feel so inclined: After a year since the release of El Da Sensei’s acclaimed Global Takeover 2: Nu World LP (GT2), the Nu Jeru legend has returned with a follow-up EP, appropriately titled, The Nu World Remix [cont.]

10 November, 2011 4:21 pm

For El Da Sensei’s latest collaborative effort, he gets some help from his Artifacts partner in rhyme Tame-One and New Jeru’s first lady, Rah Digga for the !llmind Remix of “Everyday In The Street”. As featured on The Nu World Remix EP, which drops next Tuesday (11.15.11), this song signifies the first time that El, [cont.]

23 June, 2011 11:49 pm

After nearly a fifteen year hiatus, the New Jeruz trifecta consisting of El Da Sensei, Tame One & DJ Kaos, better known at The Artifacts are back on the scene with “Turn It Out”. Produced by King I Divine, this hard hitting banger that is also featured on The Official SXSW Mixtape, presented by UniqueSquared.com [cont.]

14 November, 2010 8:40 pm

Lead single from Foul Mouth Jerk’s 2010 LP, The Oldest Trick In The Book, featuring the 1st appearance from the recently reunited Artifacts aka Tame One & El Da Sensei.

9 November, 2010 4:46 am

Check out some footage of El’s performance at Kevin Nottingham’s A3C showcase. Be ready for a nice surprise at the end of the vid. It’s what we’ve been waiting for ya’ll.  El and The Returners new album, GT2: Nu World is in stores now, but peep the track  “Toxic Words” featuring John Robinson & Reks. [cont.]

8 September, 2010 4:01 pm

HHS: One thing I’ve always noticed about you is your consistency. In all of your releases you have a trademark sound and seem to know who you are. A lot of artists try to re-invent themselves, even with success, what keeps you consistent? El The Sensei: I think it’s really just the formula that I [cont.]

11 May, 2010 2:38 am

Do you listen to Poetical Prophets, Brick City Kids, Original Flavor, Ricky D, Kid Wizard Rakim, Simply II Positive, or Darkman X? You probably do, but just don’t know it yet. A blog called Onetwann digs into the archives and unearths a treasure trove of lost pre-major label demos from the likes of Jay-Z, Slick [cont.]

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