DITC tells us: “Thank you for supporting DITC for all these years! In honor of your support, we offer this brand new album, “DITC: The Remix Project” for absolutely FREE!!! You can download the entire album via the link below or pick and download the individual tracks!!! Please visit our shop to purchase limited edition [cont.]
The Corleone classic gets a Buckwild remix, from the upcoming D.I.T.C. The Remix Project LP, which is in stores today. Sidenote, this would have been good for Buck’s Wildest Beats….
This is the 2nd and last official sneak off the new D.I.T.C. Remix Album, dropping on DITC Ent. and Slice Of Spice Records this May. THIS is what fans of the Diggin’ In The Crates crew have been waiting for, and the line-up of remix producers for this joint is insane. Set for release in [cont.]
On May 7th, D.I.T.C. Entertainment will release “The Remix Project” which features brand new remixes of D.I.T.C’s back catalogue. The all-star line-up of remixers includes D.I.T.C.’s own production powerhouse Showbiz, Diamond D, Lord Finesse, and Buckwild while also featuring extended family members DJ Premier, Bink, Apollo Brown, Alchemist, and 9th Wonder. “The Remix Project” will [cont.]
Legendary NYC crew, D.I.T.C. will release The Remix Project on May 7th as a free album download via D.I.T.C.’s soon to be launched website courtesy of D.I.T.C. Entertainment and Slice of Spice. The website will be a hub for D.I.T.C. members which will feature exclusive merch bundles for “The Remix Project” while Slice of Spice [cont.]
Rare track by Molecules of The Legion with production handled by Showbiz of the almighty Diggin’ In The Crates collective. “Revenge” was recorded back in spring 1995 and only made it to a sought after Japanese only D.I.T.C. CD album and a poorly pressed bootleg vinyl. “Revenge” is taken off The Legion “Lost Tapes” EP, [cont.]
Here’s a recently unearthed Big L interview from around the time Lifestyles and The Poor and Dangerous was released, while touring with Biggie, Craig Mack, and Puff.
The legendary D.I.T.C. duo speak on New York City, their new LP Oasis, politics of the business, and 40 Glocc’s excessive jewelry.
The legendary D.I.T.C. crew has had it’s ups and downs over the years, delivering numerous classic albums and singles, but also plenty of missteps. For every Runaway Slave there’s The Dirty Version, for every Word…Life there’s Smoke & Mirrors. Usually the problems with D.I.T.C.’s later releases came from them trying to adapt to the commercial [cont.]
The legendary D.I.T.C. crew is back and making moves like never before with their new release, The Movement. Lord Finesse, Party Arty, A.G., O.C. and Showbiz himself, are back in the basement and still diggin’ in the crates. With guest appearances by Brooklyn phenom, Joel Ortiz, Boss Money, and D-Flow, new flavor is added to an old [cont.]
Whether you realize it or not, you probably have a release or two from any of the members of D.I.T.C. in your CD collection. Without riding each other’s coattails, Diamond, Fat Joe, Show & AG, Lord Finesse, O.C., Buckwild, and the late Big L, have each made names for themselves over the past ten years, as [cont.]
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