Directed by Khil Datta produced by Surock. Taken from the interactive album Murderland, available now. Also peep the remix by Jenova 7 via Soundcloud below.
New music from the high exhaulted one. River Phoenix Freestyle by COPYWRITE
Copywrite celebrates the life of Big Pun on this unmixed freestyle cut.
Today, Columbus-based rapper Copywrite releases his free album Carbon Copy’s Phony Art Pub Scam through Man Bites Dog Records. The title of the album, which was premiered by OkayPlayer, is a play on The Beatles’ famous record Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band, and starting with the album cover, it’s a mix of honorary sampling [cont.]
Man Bites Dog Records has been on a tear over the past couple years, with recent albums from MHz Legacy, Stu Bangas & Vanderslice, Copywrite, Vast Aire, and more. And with a busy year still ahead, including upcoming releases from Eddie B & Harry Fraud, Illogic & Blockhead, Roc Marciano, and others, label founder R.M.L. [cont.]
MHz Legacy took 15 years to release their debut effort, the self-titled MHz Legacy via Man Bites Dog Records, and so it’s no surprise that, since release, the group hasn’t slowed down a bit. Following last week’s release of the video for “Somewhere,” a single with production helmed by the group’s in-house producer RJD2, the [cont.]
Today, as MHz Legacy continues to celebrate the release of their self-titled debut album, they’re taking part in the tradition of Throwback Thursday with one of the rarest songs from their vaults, “The Only Weathermen Song.” The song, accompanied here by new, exclusive artwork, stands apart as a classic from the early 2000s era of [cont.]
The history of Columbus, Ohio’s MHz is perhaps one of the most intriguing stories in underground hip-hop lore. They first stepped on the scene in 1998, via a handful of vinyl only singles on Bobbito’s legendary Fondle ‘Em Records imprint. While these 12-inches hardly made them a household name, they did catch the ears of [cont.]
Last week, MHz Legacy released their long-awaited album, MHz Legacy, via Man Bites Dog Records. Already the accolades have been rolling in, including a XL-rated review from XXL Magazine, and today, following the release of last week’s Blu-featuring “Yellow + Blue,” MHz Legacy is excited to release a new video, this one for the album’s [cont.]
Collectively and individually, MHz has been one of the most influential underground rap crews of the past 15 years. Comprised of producer RJD2 and rappers Copywrite, Camu Tao, Jakki Da Motamouth, and Tage Future, the collective first came together in Columbus, Ohio, a loose group of basement freestylers talented enough to garner the attention of [cont.]
The band gets back together for one last tour…. Legendary Fondle ‘Em supergroup MHz was just a bunch of nobodies when they first stepped on the scene. It wouldn’t be until they all went solo, that we would know names like RJD2, Copywrite, Camu Tao, Jakki, and Tage. Although the group previously has only had [cont.]
Earlier this month, Copywrite released God Save The King: Proper English Version. The album, a deluxe edition re-release of his God Save The King album released earlier this year, featured Copywrite enlisting a number of the UK’s brightest up-and-coming rappers to remix tracks from God Save The King, names like Dru Blu, Mystro, SAS, Akala, [cont.]
Today, Copywrite is excited to release God Save The King: Proper English Version via his longtime label Man Bites Dog Records. The album is a deluxe edition re-release of his February album, God Save The King, and the new version of the project includes a number of remixes for God Save The King standouts, each [cont.]
The first half of 2012 has proven to be a triumphant year for Man Bites Dog Records, and now, the burgeoning hip-hop label is excited to announce a string of forthcoming releases. The rest of the year promises to be busy, as the label prepares for high profile releases from MHz Legacy, Stu Bangas & [cont.]
This past February, Copywrite released God Save The King, which wound up being not only some of his most personal work to date but also some of his most critically acclaimed. Now, on August 7th, Copy will team back up with his label Man Bites Dog Records for the worldwide release of God Save The [cont.]
Man Bites Dog Records is proud to present Copywrite’s “Sorrow” Music Video featuring Illogic. Song produced by Stu Bangas. Music Video directed by Seanie G. Please support independent music by buying Copywrite’s latest masterpiece God Save the King.
Ohio’s Copywrite releases his new album, God Save The King (Proper English Version) on 15th May 2012 on Man Bites Dog Records. The album includes features by some of the hottest MCs from the UK and USA, including London’s Genesis Elijah, Iron Braydz and Mystro who also appear together in this latest video. “Royal Flush” [cont.]
From God Save The King, available now.
With “God Save the King” Copywrite delivers another brutally honest record that reaches for new creative heights with all of the crazy punch lines, deep metaphors, true wordsmithing and all of the technical razzle dazzle anyone could ever ask for. To thank his fans for helping “God Save The King” crack Billboard’s “Top 100” chart, [cont.]
Man Bites Dog Records are proud to present the new single “Golden State (Of Mind)” from Copywrite’s 3rd Solo Album “God Save the King”. The song features Casual, Evidence, Roc Marciano and is produced by Vanderslice. Cuts by DJ Drstic.
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