The 2011 Soul Train awards had a fitting tribute to the late Heavy D, featuring Big Daddy Kane, Doug E. Fresh, Goodie Mob, Naughty By Nature, Kurtis Blow, and more.
Better late than never animated video from Mega’s 2009 LP, Born and Raised.
Oooooh word? Let’s make this happen. Rock The Bells or Paid Dues 2012. Charity event. Something.
2116285939 by yardie4lifever2 Best emcee of the 80′s? Arguable, but Rakim, Cube, and KRS also come to mind. Here, members of the Juice Crew and other hip-hop historians talk about the Big Daddy. Long live the Kane…..
Wiz Khalifa goes in depth on the recording process for Rolling Papers, being a fan of Big Daddy Kane, Kendrick Lamar’s recent impression of him, and his High School project with Snoop Dogg. In the second clip, Wiz speaks with Tim Westwood.
KarmaloopTV catches up with Big Daddy Kane, DJ Aaron Lacrate, Popa Wu, Fame (MOP), Brand Nubian, Kevin Leong of the Simmons Design Group, and the 5% Nation of Islam. We chop it up with Big Daddy Kane backstage at this historical fundraising night.
Indie femcee hit us with a pair of cuts from her Return of The B-Girl EP, dropping on 9th Wonder’s IWWMG imprint. LISTEN: Rapsody – “Young Black & A Gift” (feat. Big Daddy Kane)” LISTEN: Rhapsody – “Win” (feat. Rah Digga) Rapsody – “Young Black & A Gift” (feat. Big Daddy Kane)” / “Win” (feat. [cont.]
Justus League affiliate Spectac drops this single from his forthcoming album Looks Like Another Job For Spectac. The track is produced by dope North Carolina emcee/producer K-Hill and features the legendary Big Daddy Kane.Download link is below. Spectac “One Day” Remix feat. Big Daddy Kane (MP3)
Rakim speaks to Sway @ Rock The Bells, discussing an early version of “Let The Rhythm Hit ‘Em” that might have sparked a beef with Big Daddy Kane. He also discusses his favorite rappers of today’s generation.
DJ Pizzo finally got a chance to read this book, How To Rap, at least in pieces. Whether you are an inspiring emcee or not, this is an incredible look at rap’s creative process, as just about everyone explains how they do it. Yeah Kane!
Bun B tore shit down in New York City last night, bringing out a host of special guests, including Big Daddy Kane, Slim Thug, Paul Wall, Lupe Fiasco, Wale, and more.
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.]
Hip Hop 101 x Rocksmith Tokyo from Mark Sylvestre on Vimeo. Don’t you wish you went to this university? DJ Pizzo is holding it down for upstate New York by way of Las Vegas.
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