Instrumentalists Blue Sky Black Death team with Seattle emcee Nacho Picasso once again for the Stoned & Dethroned mixtape.
BSBD says: “This is not an official album. It is an instrumental compilation of unreleased tracks and songs that previously featured vocalists. Enjoy.” New/old music from Blue Sky Black Death, with help from Nacho Picasso, Deniro Farrar, Skull & Bones, and more. Euphoric Tape III by Blue Sky Black Death
Here goes the Blue Sky Black Death remix of Run The Jewels’ “36″ Chain”, which appears on Big Dada’s UK release of the LP.
The second volume in BSBD’s The Euphoric Tape compilation series, a stripped down collection of instrumentals of previous works and rarities that served as backdrops to Cam’ron, The 1975, NORE, Gucci Mane, Kimbra, Gunplay, Deniro Farrar, Mr. MFN EXquire and more. 1. Can’t Take It With Me When I Die – (Deniro Farrar) 2. Angles [cont.]
“Bizzaro rap world collide on BSBD’s glacial menace. Artwork by renowed 7 year old rap portraitist, Yung Lenox.”
From Cliff Of Death, available now. Directed by Guy.
From the forthcoming collaborative album, Celestial, by UK’s SAS and BSBD. Valley Of Kings w/ SAS featuring Cam'ron & P.A.P.I. (NORE) by Blue Sky Black Death
Today, Seattle rapper Sadistik is releasing his first solo record since 2008, Flowers For My Father, via Fake Four, Inc. To celebrate the release of the album, Sadistik is also unveiling the video for the latest single from Flowers, “Russian Roulette,” which features Cage and Yes Alexander. The video, premiered this afternoon by VIBE, is [cont.]
Produced by God’s Paparazzi and Blue Sky Black Death. This single is out now on ITunes. Catch Donnis on tour with A-Trak and the Fool’s Gold posse.
Produced by acclaimed indie hip-hop phenomenons Blue Sky Black Death, “Propaganda” is an exemplary example of Virtuoso’s fierce lyrical abilities and extensive political knowledge. “Propaganda” will appear on Virtuoso’s forthcoming LP The Final Conflict on Big Bang Records.
Produced by acclaimed indie hip-hop phenomenons Blue Sky Black Death, Propaganda is an exemplary example of Virtuosos fierce lyrical abilities and extensive political knowledge. Propaganda will appear on Virtuoso’s forthcoming LP The Final Conflict on Big Bang Records. LISTEN: Virtuoso – “Propaganda” (prod. Blue Sky Black Death) (MP3) Virtuoso – “Propaganda” (prod. Blue Sky Black [cont.]
La Coka Nostra meets Slaughterhouse, as Ill Bill and Crooked I go in over heavy, murky beat by Blue Sky, Black Death. Ill Bill + Crooked I + Blue Sky Black Death – “Murdered” (MP3)
Blue Sky Black Death have already proved adept at their production for artists such as Holocaust and Hell Razah with the former being a high point of underground albums last year. With their new album, Late Night Cinema, they explore instrumentals without the anchor of a steady voice. Late Night Cinema is their latest attempt to [cont.]
HHS: What up fellas, how you been? Kingston: Good, thanks. Young God: Yeah Now, you aren’t exactly rookies, but your not exactly veterans either. Introduce yourselves and explain what you have done thus far in your careers. Kingston: Blue Sky Black Death is Kingston & Young God. We released our debut album “A Heap Of [cont.]
These days, being picked as one of Urb Magazine’s “Next 100″ isn’t really the coveted honor it may have once been. Sure, we’ve seen a lot of talented listed among those ranks, but think about all the hundreds of artists listed throughout the years that didn’t make it, or didn’t bring anything new or [cont.]
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