Diamond Media 360: “Never one to compromise quality over quantity, Miami artist SKAM2? has purposely kept a low profile in the booth as of late, so when his rhymes do surface, the outcome is acclaimed. Known for trading bars with Eminem, with DJ Spinna at the helm, SKAM has proved boldly that he can rock [cont.]
Talib’s gettin’ busy today. Directed by Joe Pacheco.
Mic Crenshaw and Dead Prez debuted their collaboration ‘Superheroes’ this past spring, hitting #2 on rapattacklives single charts. Now they return with a powerful music video to go with it. Directed and produced by Payam Sadri and Kevin Hasenkopf of Salmon 109, the video speaks to the true everyday “Superheroes” that support their families, guiding [cont.]
“Still Bigger” featuring Dead Prez, Reggie Coby, and Tuk-Da-Gat, off The League of Extraordinary Gz debut album #LEAGUESHIT, available 10/15/13.
M1 writes: Break The Boxes! This is Part 1 of 5 for the Time Travel EP from dead prez. The EP was executive produced by M1 of dead prez. The story began in Tallahassee when I met Tr!x (@TheMrPatel)who is the guy doing the hook. This version was produced by Precision (@PrecisionAMG) as was the [cont.]
No, you didn’t download the wrong album. It is certainly dead prez you’re listening to, not FloRida. Or 2 Chainz. Or like, Weezy or something. This deluxe reissue of Information Age is classic DP content paired with some melodious curiosities. Still, the physical release would have been adequately enhanced with half of the six additional [cont.]
From the new Dead Prez release, Information Age Deluxe. Directed by Danny Hastings.
From the deluxe edition of Dead Prez new album, The Information Age, which is available now.
Out Da Box TV brings you Part 2 of their exclusive interview with veteran hip hop group “dead prez”. In this segment, the group speaks on the issue of overcoming struggle and what to prepare to combat next, as war continues to be waged against humanity. Stic.man also speaks on the importance of health/fitness and [cont.]
Out Da Box TV is proud to bring you Part 1 of their exclusive interview with veteran hip hop group “Dead Prez”. A couple months ago we got the chance to speak with Stic Man and M1 regarding their latest album “Information Age” as well as their individual development and growth as artists. The group [cont.]
M1 writes: “This song was unchained on November 9th as an ode to Denmark Vesey who became free on that same day in 1799. Genocide Highway from M-1 of dead prez featuring Nas along with Beatnick & K-Salaam who are responsible for the hook, the production and the scratches. Enjoy.”
Second single from ¡MAYDAY!’s Strange Music LP, Take Me To Your Leader hitting March 26th.
Dead Prez’s cover of “Nuthin’ On You”, taken from their Revolutionary But Gangsta Grillz tape from ’10. Directed by Kris Kinetik.
Late video edition to Dead Prez’s Revolutionary But Gangsta Grillz mixtape with DJ Drama, re-imagining Banks’ “Beamer Benz or Bentley”.
This track originally started off as a bootleg by WTF?, but eventually it caught on, and got the attention of Dead Prez, who re-recorded their vocals for an official release. LISTEN: WTF? + Dead Prez – “It’s Bigger Than Hip-Hop (2010)”
Miami Beat Wave production team delivers this collaboration with Dead Prez, taken from their forthcoming Slight Modification LP, due in August on SoFlo Entertainment. LISTEN: Miami Beat Wave – “This Is Life” (feat. dead prez) Miami Beat Wave – “This Is Life” (feat. dead prez) (MP3)
Call it RBGG…. DJ Drama teams with Dead Prez for this long-overdue mixtape. Dead Prez’s The Information Age LP is coming soon… Dead Prez + DJ Drama – “Revolutionary But Gangsta Grillz” (Mixtape)
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