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el da sensai
20 September, 2012 9:59 pm

The first ‘Enforcers’ release, featuring the lyrical skills of El and production heat of K-Def, drops in late November/early December on a heavy 10″ vinyl, courtesy of Slice of Spice. This will include both “Give You What You Need”, and “The Jersey Connection”, plus some bonus beats. This release will proceed an EP with 7 [cont.]

20 August, 2012 4:34 pm

MC/Producer/DJ from Northern VA delivers this track from his Lamplighter’s Delight LP dropping 8/28. Guest shots on the album will include John Robinson, J. Rawls, Panik, 88 Keys, ST/MIC and Ed The Metaphysical.

8 August, 2012 3:33 pm

After originally being featured on both the iTunes edition and CD of El Da Sensei’s Global Takeover 2 as well as The Nu World Remix EP that was released this past November, the Nu Jeru veteran unfurls the visuals for M-Phazes remix of “2 The Death,” originally produced the The Returners. Directed by Darius Waters [cont.]

1 September, 2010 3:50 am

El Da Sensei & The Returners have once again joined forces for the release of Global Takever 2: Nu World. The album campaign begins with the debut single “Knowledge Be The Key” featuring Rakaa Iriscience which becomes available for digital download on Sept. 7th along with the B-side, “2 The Death”. GT2 drops on 10.12 [cont.]

19 May, 2010 7:19 pm

El delivers the first single from his second LP with Polish production team The Returners, GP2: Nu World, due June 6th on Asfalt Records. Unfortunately, this is only available overseas, but the album will include additional collaborations with Treach (Naughty By Nature), Sean Price (Heltah Skeltah / Boot Camp Click), Doujah Raze, Rakka Iriscience (Dilated [cont.]

29 March, 2006 12:00 am

     In the dozen or so years since El Da Sensei was introduced to the world as one-half of The Artifacts, it seems like the New Jersey hip-hop multi-tasker has received more attention for what he once did than what he is currently doing. Questions about his professional breakup with Tame One and his history [cont.]

23 March, 2006 12:00 am

Interviewed by Darin Gloe When you hear the name El Da Sensei, you automatically think “Wrong Side of the Tracks” and “The Ultimate”.  Sure El was a part of the Artifacts, but since 1998 El has created quite a name for himself outside of that group and outside of major label status.  Since 1998 he [cont.]

3 November, 2002 12:00 am

If two rappers didn’t personify the sonic-grit of what many consider the “golden age” of hip-hop more than The Artifacts, then you either got Black Moon or no one else. Yet out of the two groups, one to split and never look back, the other to merely look away, look back and look away again, [cont.]

1 January, 1997 12:00 am

Encore’s “It’s Time (Ode To Breaking Atoms)” is the alpha and omega of this 12″ and the other artists sharing space might as well have recorded 3.5 minutes of static. I mean, does anyone really remember what the B-side of “The Choice Is Yours (Revisted)” was? Did anyone really care for the remix to “One [cont.]

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