3rd single from Poe + CTZN in the forthcoming Life After Debt.
First single off Pete Cannon & Dr. Syntax’s forthcoming album Killer Combo!.
Del writes: “This is a new FREE LP that is futuristic and fun- but still on some Hiphop shit. Lyrically ill but fun to listen to, nothing super heavy. I did the production on it as well. Hope yall enjoy it, peace.”
Del, Dan The Automator, and Kid Koala head up to Sway In The Morning at Shade 45, to speak on the release of their new album, Deltron 3030 Event II. In the second clip, Del freestyles alongside Digable Planets’ Ladybug Mecca.
After the runaway cult success of Dr. Octagon, an out-of-nowhere 1995 record that teamed Kool Keith with DJ Q-Bert and producer Dan The Automator, the relationship between the crew went sour. While everyone’s got a different take on what really went down, Automator never looked back, and moved forward with a similar kind of project [cont.]
Available now at iTunes or Amazon and limited edition physical copies are available at select participating retailers. This is a preview of tracks that can also be found on the forth-coming album, EVENT II, dropping Oct. 1st.
JJ Doom’s Keys To The Kuffs LP is being re-released as a deluxe “Butter Edition”, including seven new cuts. Lex Records has released previews of each “Viberian Sun” (feat. Del), “The Signs”, and “Pause Tape”. The new edition is up for pre-order now on iTunes for the low price of $7.99. Due August 20th.
Bulk Recordings is excited to announce the return of Deltron 3030 with the release of Deltron 3030 Event II on October 1st, 2013. The album is Deltron 3030′s long-awaited successor to their self-titled cult-classic debut. Deltron 3030 — composed of a trinity of alt-rap all-stars: rapper Del The Funky Homosapien, producer Dan “The Automator” Nakamura [cont.]
Lex Records will release the official remix album to JJ Doom’s Keys To Kuffs, dubbed the Butter Edition. The new release is an expanded edition of the original version, which includes new tracks, as well as remixes/appearances by Thom York (Radiohead), Jonny Greenwood, Beck, Del The Funky Homosapien, Dave Sitek, and others. Check out a [cont.]
Looks like that Deltron 3030 reunion is finally happening. Event II, coming soon.
Del explains his philosophies on rap and rhymes in this two part video produced by VincaniTV.
Del speaks briefly with AUX TV about his upcoming Deltron 3030 sequel with Dan The Automator and Kid Koala, Event II. He explains the setting of the album takes place in a post-apocalyptic world, free of rule or government.
Casual and J Rawls’ highly-anticipated collaborative album Respect Game Or Expect Flames is now in stores everywhere. To celebrate, we’ve got the official video for the title track, on which Casual is joined by fellow Hieroglyphics member Del The Funky Homosapien for a certified Hiero anthem. Video directed by Casual. Respect Game Or Expect Flames [cont.]
Mercury Retrograde, the new full-length album by Beatrock Music’s own 6Fingers and his longtime collaborator Topkat, is now available! With noteworthy features by artists such as Del the Funky Homosapien, Bambu, Exile, Johaz, Rocky Rivera, Moe Green, Hopie, Do D.A.T. and more, this album promises to entertain. Preview and purchase the album on Bandcamp.
With only a week left before the release of the collabortive album Respect Game Or Expect Flames, Casual and J Rawls are giving fans one more taste before the main course. The title track features Casual trading lines with Hieroglyphics cohort Del The Funky Homosapien over thumping J Rawls production. Respect Game Or Expect Flames [cont.]
Oakland rapper Del the Funky Homosapien rose to fame in the early 90s, when his unique voice and fresh outlook turned heads in an otherwise gangsta rap-dominated California hip-hop scene. Ironically a first cousin and protege of Ice Cube, Del’s wacky, unconventional style won him a legion of fans and helped elevate his crew Hieroglyphics [cont.]
Del is an emcee whose persona transcends the indie underground where he has resided for a number of years. He and his Hieroglyphics cohorts have been able to make the career decisions they have wanted to since being dropped from their major label deals nearly twenty years ago. With creative control intact, Del has been [cont.]
Just after playing a brilliant but soggy (it rained a lot) Luminato 6 set in Toronto, Dan the Automator and Del the Funky Homosapien of Deltron 3030 discuss playing live again, meeting fan expectations for Deltron Event II (and when it’s coming out), and their future plans, including upcoming dates in Ottawa, Montreal, Quebec City, [cont.]
From Casual’s He Think He #RapGod, due December 27th.
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