The first official single from off the upcoming sophomore LP The Emancipation of Corey Penn due out summer 2014.
Pete Rock & C.L. Smooth the critically acclaimed Hip-Hop duo have announced their plans for a 25-city US & Canadian Tour. The group who emerged onto the music scene in the early 90’s with their debut EP, “All Souled Out” released three studio projects together; their later work included the release of their classic LP [cont.]
Two indelible 90′s rap classics are explored in-depth for Complex’s new Magnum Opus series, as the artists themselves, along with various producers, rappers, and industry figures tell the stories behind these two classic tracks.
The legendary Pete Rock and C.L. Smooth speak on their seminal track, “T.R.O.Y.”. Additional commentary from Special Ed, Dante Ross, Jarobi of ATCQ, Talib Kweli, and more.
“Ask About Me” is the first single from CL Smooth’s upcoming LP, The Emancipation of Corey Penn. This isn’t produced by Pete Rock, but honestly sounds just as good.
C.L. Smooth speaks to J-Ronin of AETV backstage at the reunion show at B.B. Kings last month. Cameos by Pete Rock and Juju of the Beatnuts.
Steve Ortiz comes through with footage from last night’s Hip-Hop Legends show in NYC. Pete Rock and C.L. Smooth on stage (not) drinking Cisco.
Pete Rock and CL Smooth travel from NYC to Oakland to speak on Prop 23, which deals with clean energy as part of the Clean Energy Tour in California. Brought to you by Take Back the Mic Bay Area and Rebel TV 333. Meanwhile, did anyone record the Pete Rock and CL Smooth show at [cont.]
Blasphemy or high art? C.L. has teamed with Mr. Chop – best known for his work with Now Again Records and DOOM’s Born Like This – to remake the song in two different versions. Chop is a long time follower of Pete Rock, who released an album last year called For Pete’s Sake, which found [cont.]
Rarely nowadays is there an artist or a song that really sticks in the minds of hip-hop heads worldwide. I know as you read this you know exactly where you were when you first heard “T.R.O.Y.”. I was sitting on the couch in my basement at the tender age of 15 watching Dee Barns on [cont.]
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