Edo G teams with Public Enemy frontman, Chuck D, for a verse on “Fight.” From the album, After All These Years, available now. Peep the trailer below. Is it us, or did Edo drop some weight?
From the new album, After All These Years, which will hit September 9th, 2014. Guests include Chuck D, Camp Lo, Guilty Simpson, Special Teamz, jazz great Walter Beasley, with production by Pete Rock, 9th Wonder, Marco Polo, Vanderslice, and Explizit One.
New music from the original Beantown crew. Video directed by MysterDL.
Hip-Hop legend Edo G teams up once again with Myster DL of ILL Mannered Films for their fifth video together. Watch out for Edo’s as-of-yet-untitled new solo LP, coming this year.
Special tribute to Hip-Hop legend Pete Rock, off the upcoming self titled album from Gdot & Born. Produced by confidence. Cuts by DJ Technic. Single available now. Album in stores and on iTunes January 28th.
Hip-Hop legend Edo.G teams up with his apprentices G. Dot & Born, Boston natives, to shine light on their story and style while also providing their own sound. All production is handled by Confidence, who’s claim to fame includes “Rashad and Confidence” and “Purpose and Confidence” on Ill Adrenaline Records and he produced seven tracks [cont.]
Boston’s legendary MC Edo. G teams up with producer duo Red & Spinache for this new, limited 7″ vinyl single. ‘The Great Divide’, pressed on a beautiful, purple vinyl is a soulful hip hop anthem. Side B, remixed by Bodziers adds a gritty, boom bap flavor to the whole package. 500 copies available. Order your [cont.]
Directed by MysterDL for ILL Mannered Films. From the album, Intelligence and Ignorance.
Video by @MysterDL for ILL Mannered Films.
Boston legend, Edo G, weighs in on the election, with some choice words for Mitt Romney.
Produced by @WizardBeats. Directed by DU Films, from the upcoming compilation Nights & Weekends, dropping digitally soon. Executive Produced by Edo.G.
Here’s another unreleased record by Rampage, this time featuring Masta Ace & Edo G. The album, Everyone Aint Loyal is coming soon.
J. Rawls assembles a curious cast of characters for this track off of The Hip-Hop Affect, available now. via Nature Sounds. LISTEN: J. Rawls – “Are You Listening” (feat. Copywrite, Bad Azz, Edo G., DJ Rhettmatic)
New video from Edo G’s new solo, A Face In the Crowd. Album drops May 17th. Directed by Jon Wolf.
Boston legend never stops, with a new selection from his forthcoming A Face In The Crowd LP, featuring 1/2 of Dead Prez. LISTEN: Edo G – “Speak Your Mind” (feat. M1, prod. Statik Selektah) Edo G – “Speak Your Mind” (feat. M1, prod. Statik Selektah)
Hip-Hop stalwart Edo. G is set to return with A Face in the Crowd, his first album since 2009′s collaborative effort Arts & Entertainment with Masta Ace. Loaded with high profile guests and an All-Star production team, the album will hit stores and be available digitally on May 17th. With A Face in the Crowd, [cont.]
Boston based group @Rushya617 is preparing to drop their latest mixtape “Rushin Enemy 2″. Featuring group members Sean Hines, Wrath, Hit and Hasheesh, this mixtape is a tribute to classic 90′s Hip-Hop by using production from some of the biggest acts of that era (Such as Mobb Deep, Wu-Tang Clan, Dr. Dre, Biggie, Gang Starr [cont.]
Legendary Boston MC Edo G debuts a new Preemo track at a live show.
The 80’s were a great time for the NBA. The beginning of the decade brought Magic and Bird, and by the mid 80’s Air Jordan had brought he league to a whole new level. Hip-hop came into it’s own almost at the same time. Hip-hop was also ushered in to mass popularity by stars like [cont.]
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