Perhaps one of our most anticipated albums of 2012, hitting May 15th. All tracks produced by El-P. 1. Big Beast (Feat. T.I., Trouble & Bun B) 2. Untitled (Feat. Scar) 3. Go! 4. Southern Fried 5. Jojo’s Chillin 6. Reagan 7. Don’t Die 8. Ghetto Gospel 9. Butane (Champion’s Anthem) (Feat. El-P) 10. Anywhere But [cont.]
El Producto had this to say; “I kind of just disappear into a hole and try and come out with [something],” El-P says in the Wired video above, describing his solo work process. “I do a lot of production for other people, but with these records, they’re so fully me.” He continued; “I describe it [cont.]
Killer Mike and El-P speak with Billboard at SXSW about their R.A.P. Music and Cancer From The Cure LP’s, both dropping in May.
Another one from R.A.P. Music, due May 15th.
Independent rap icon El-P is set to release his long awaited new solo album Cancer For Cure, at his new home Fat Possum on May 22, 2012. The new album marks his first full length rap album since 2007′s critically acclaimed I’ll Sleep When You’re Dead, though El-P’s rap trajectory has been on a steady [cont.]
El tweeted this photo of a master of his new album, Cancer For The Cure. There has been no release date announced as of yet, but El stated via his Blogspot account that this was one of two albums he produced for this year, the other being Killer Mike’s R.A.P. Music. “next year is, of [cont.]
This track justifies keeping HipHopSite.Com alive for another year at least, heh. Taken from R.A.P. (Rebellious African People’s) Music, due later this year, which is apparently produced entirely by El Producto. This is good news, people of earth.
Dope track produced by Mr. Len off another amazing Mr. Muthafuckin eXquire mixtape. This kid is solid. Check out the “The Last Huzzah” for what is in my opinion the best guest verse of 2011, courtesy of El Producto.
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Produced by Necro. Directed By TKTK Media: Jiro Kohl (@grothecrooked) & Vic Reznik (HighRezTKTK). From Mishka presents Lost In Translation available now at Mishkanyc.bandcamp.com
New material from El Producto, produced for Adult Swim’s KIA singles program, which also features new music from JJ feat. Neyo, Clams Casino, Active Child, Mastodon, How To Dress Well, Best Coast, Ford & Lopatin, and The Tallest Man On Earth.
West coast Battle MC and 2007 Scribble Jam champ Nocando goes in over the single for EL-P’s We are all going to burn in hell megamixxx3.
To celebrate the upcoming Company Flow reunion show happening July 16th, 2011 at Santos House, NYC, El Producto releases this lost remix of “End To End Burners” from 1998, for stream or download.
Is that Dr. Dre giving daps to Jay Rock? It’s possible that the two may collaborate on Detox or Jay’s upcoming LP, according to Twitter…. Killer Mike’s (aka Mike Bigga’s) Pl3dge has been pushed back from it’s original date of February 8th to August 19th. Too bad, we’re anxious to hear what came of those [cont.]
Two videos from El in the same day? This one’s the official joint, taken from WEAREALLGOINGTOBURNINHELLMEGAMIXXX3 . Directed by Shan Nichols
The above is a fan-made video for El’s “Lab Rat Bravely Escapes On Hovercraft Only To Crash Directly Outside of Gates”, from director / editor F/22 of The Farmer’s Block. El endorsed the video himself, posting on his YouTube channel. F/22 says “The concept for the video is to show how science is always in [cont.]
As the story goes, Killer Mike (aka Mike Bigga), El-P, and Big Boi all got in the studio together – Stankonia, to be exact – to record tracks for Mike’s upcoming R.A.P. (Rebellious African People’s) Music LP. It’s unclear if this is the first track to feature both Mike and Big Boi together since their [cont.]
According to El’s new Soundcloud joint, this one’s called “Lab rat bravely escapes on hover craft only to crash directly outside of gates.”
Hilarious rap outfit Das Racist deliver their highly anticipated Sit Down, Man mixtape, including guest shots from Diplo, El-P, Scoop Deville, Dame Grease, Roc Marciano, and Boi-1nda. HHS review coming soon. Das Racist – “Sit Down, Man” (Mixtape)
Artist Travis Millard of Fudge Factory Comics designed the incredible artwork for El-P’s Weareallgoingtoburninhellmegamixxx3 album. El had a chance to chop it up with Travis when he was in LA for Low End Theory, and we were lucky enough to be there to record the conversation. Weareallgoingtoburninhellmegamixxx3 is available now on CD, LP and Digital [cont.]
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