Space Case from David Dutton on Vimeo. From Hopie’s Raw Games, due Sept 13th. Single available now on Itunes. Director, Editor, Video FX: David Dutton.
The most criminally slept on crew in hip-hop teams with Del for their latest single. [Audio clip: view full post to listen] LISTEN: ¡MAYDAY! – “The Ride” (feat. Del Tha Funky Homosapien) ¡MAYDAY! – “The Ride” (feat. Del Tha Funky Homosapien)
The “Hieroller” Del gets the green light to not stop rappin’ with more vicious wordplay from his current It Ain’t Illegal Yet album. Not a cover. [Audio clip: view full post to listen]LISTEN: Del the Funky Homosapien – “Don’t Stop Rappin’”
The D-E-L drops something diesel with this new one off of his “It Aint Illegal Yet” album. [Audio clip: view full post to listen] LISTEN: Del the Funky Homosapien – “Heavy 101″
Del’s newest “pick your price” album drops today, which starts at $3 and goes up to $10,000. That 10K price is for all the oil sheik Del fans out there. Price breakdowns are as follows: *Minimum $3 *$15 and up you get the limited signed hard copy (pressed by skull candy and arnette eyewear) of [cont.]
After leaking the initial series of remakes from Enter The 37th Chamber in late 2009, El Michels Affair is back with the final three installments to the remix series. Released last year on Fat Beats, Enter The 37th Chamber is El Michels Affair’s retro-soul recreation of many classic Wu-Tang Clan songs with an infusion of [cont.]
Del The Funky Homosapien has been quite busy lately, with the recent release of two downloadable LP’s Funkman and Automatik Statik, as well as his new Rhyme shoe from Osirus, as seen above, which retail for $98, available now on the company’s website. Del has also announced the release of two new LP’s, which will [cont.]
With industry-wide record sales in the toilet, Del moved away from his Hieroglyphics imprint last year, and teamed up with one of the hottest underground labels in the biz, Definitive Jux, for the release of The Eleventh Hour. This seemed like a backpacker’s wet dream on paper – just imagine – the beats of El-P, [cont.]
Editor’s Note: No rating will be attributed for this release since it is over seven years old. I Wish My Brother George Was Here. No Need For Alarm. 3rd Eye Vision. Both Sides of the Brain. Deltron 3030. Gorillaz. Not to mention penning half of Ice Cube’s early solo classics, if that catalogue of classics [cont.]
Chances are, the latest LP from Hieroglyphics’ frontman, D-E-L, will not be the critics choice this year. Most people are stuck in a certain state of mind at the moment, and because of that, they really won’t be able to enjoy his latest LP. It even took yours truly a few listens of Both Sides [cont.]
Working as the flagship project to jump-start his new 75 Ark label, producer Dan The Automator Nakamura, along with funky homosapien Del, and Ninja Tuner, Kid Koala, bring the long-awaited, Deltron 3030 project. Using the same formula as Dr. Octagon, that is, Automator on the boards, along with a spaced-out emcee (Del), and an incredible [cont.]
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