“Wassup nerds, you know you been waiting for this shit…” First single from Thirsty Greedy’s Survival Of The Skillest. Directed by Box Lo.
Not quite an official Liknuts (Alkaholiks + Beatnuts) cut, but J-Ro grabs Psycho Les to produce this cut from his 818 Antics Vol. 2 release.
New material from the upcoming Beatnuts + Alkaholiks collaborative album, Liknuts, with “Bang”.
Awesome. Directed by James Wade. Filmed at Real Results Gym in Las Vegas.
The Beatnuts and Tha Alkaholiks have announced their upcoming collaborative EP titled Liknuts. Before The Beatnuts release their upcoming album Planet of the Crates, their joint EP will hit stores. JuJu added that their album Planet of the Crates will be finished in the next few months. “Next month or two after we finish this [cont.]
Never judge a book by it’s cover. The cutting room floor. Just imagine what it would be like, to go into your favorite rapper or producer’s archives, and raid the masters, discovering hundreds of great tracks they felt weren’t good enough for official release. RZA’s basement, pre-flood era? Forgettabout it. The Pharcyde’s deleted tracks from [cont.]
Although they saw the pinnacle of their success with their later singles “Watch Out Now” and “Off The Books”, most longtime fans of The Beatnuts will argue that the group was at its best during the Intoxicated Demons and Street Level era. During this period, which spanned 1992-1994, the ‘Nuts released the aforementioned two classic [cont.]
When Al Tariq (aka Kool Fash) left The Beatnuts after their self-titled full-length debut, it felt like a devastating blow to the group’s then uncertain future. After all, they had just dropped a classic EP and LP back-to-back, and suddenly, the third-of-the-trio packed it up to pursue a solo career. However as the years [cont.]
Working as it’s sixth release, (count ‘em), Take It Or Squeeze It is probably The Beatnuts’ most solid project since the glory days of the classic Intoxicated Demons EP. Much has changed since the days of their debut; no longer is their sound as jazzy as it once was, not to mention the fact that [cont.]
Almost like “Off The Books”, “Watch Out Now” is Beatnuts in classic form.. The flute constantly piping throughout the song, along with the sister’s warning to “watch out now” simply makes this one a must have… Hopefully, the album will stay on this vibe… “Turn It Out” is like some Latin Stone Crazy material with Greg [cont.]
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