Mello Music Group producers Apollo Brown and Gensu Dean have traded places. Apollo has recreated half of Abrasions w/ Planet Asia; meanwhile Gensu has re-envisioned half of Dice Game w/ Guilty Simpson. The result is a new project with two sides. Listen as Gensu Dean smashes heavy production out on the legendary SP1200, highlighting Guilty [cont.]
About a year back Gensu Dean began working on a project with Planet Asia. At the same time label-mate Apollo Brown began working with Guilty Simpson on a record. The two producers lamented the other working with Guilty and Asia prior to them getting a chance to. So an idea hatched: Apollo would take half [cont.]
Detroit Hip-Hop collides as Guilty Simpson joins The Regiment on the new banger “Beef” from their new album Live From The Coney Island which drops on January 7th on Soul Tools Entertainment. LFCI is produced in its entirety by platinum producer Nick Speed (Lloyd Banks, Talib Kweli, Danny Brown). Live From The Coney Island features [cont.]
It’s Michigan thru and thru as Kuniva and his Michigan brethren set off the first single from his upcoming History of Violence mixtape/album due out first quarter 2014.
From Quelle Chris’ new LP, Ghost At The Finish Line, available now on Mello Music Group. Ghost At The Finish Line by Quelle Chris
In promotion for ALTERPROD’s sophomore compilation album Class Struggle, which is set for an October 29th release date, the French production, design and video consortium unveil the project’s inaugural leak “Fruit Punch,” featuring both Guilty Simpson and The Rockness Monstah. “Amateur night, these clowns can’t damage a mic/ So I’m breaking off the hand that [cont.]
Highway Robbery is a collaborative concept album from Detroit’s heavyweight emcee Guilty Simpson and Philly’s burgeoning beat smith Small Professor. Weighing in at ten tracks, the project places you in a seemingly post apocalyptic Detroit where the mentality is feast or famine. Highway Robbery plays as one long narrative of Guilty’s day-to-day survival in Detroit’s [cont.]
Though the current affairs of Detroit aren’t exactly cheerful, the hard hitting Guilty Simpson will never turn his back on the city that made him who he is, as he represents Motor City to the fullest. For the final leak off Highway Robbery, Guilty pulls fellow statesman Boldy James and producer/deejay extraordinaire Statik Selektah into [cont.]
For the second leak off Guilty Simpson & Small Professor’s highly anticipated collaborative effort Highway Robbery, which becomes available on September 24th, the duo team up with AG (of DITC) on “It’s Nuthin.” By fusing Small Professor’s use of sample chops, thumping drums and electric guitar chords with Guilty’s calculated rhyme schemes and AG’s classic [cont.]
n promotion for the September 24th release of Highway Robbery, a collaborative project between Philly based producer Small Professor and Guilty Simpson, Beat Goliath in conjunction with Coalmine Records are both pleased to unveil the project’s debut leak “On the Run,” featuring turntablist extraordinaire DJ Revolution. Highway Robbery is now available for pre-order via iTunes. [cont.]
Due Sept. 24th via Coalmine Records. 01. Take Your Power (Intro) 02. Get That Pay (Scooby Mix) 03. I’m The City (feat. Boldy James & Statik Selektah) 04. Blap (Interlude) 05. It’s Nuthin (feat. AG) 06. On the Run (feat. DJ Revolution) 07. Go (feat. Castle & Elucid) 08. Come Get Me (Outro) 09. Get [cont.]
From SV’s upcoming Dirty Slums 2 mixtape with Mick Boogie.
“Matador” from Karriem’s album Alone Together, featuring new verses by MCs: Krondon, Homeboy Sandman, Guilty Simpson and Jonwayne. Cuts by J Rocc.
SV – which now pretty much consists of T3 – takes a more rugged approach for this song from the Dirty Slums 2 mixtape, hitting Jan. 29th.
Motor City brothers Apollo Brown and Guilty Simpson have wasted no time pounding the pavement for Dice Game. In the past few weeks Apollo has toured Australia and New Zealand while Guilty did a lean and mean west coast run that spanned Los Angeles to Seattle before hitting the NBC/Universal lot to be on Carson [cont.]
Apollo Brown chops a fiery gospel organ into an incendiary track that pulses with life. Guilty wastes no time turning into a microphone bully, showing just why he considers himself as nasty as black licorice. Cocky, brazen and above all ill, Apollo and Guilty are deadly enough as a duo but on this track they [cont.]
In a city in depression, rife with corruption and crime, many people have found an outlet in music. Amidst a scene that has played a pivotal role in modern hip-hop and electronic music, Guilty Simpson and Apollo Brown emerge, together, as the next up to bat. Dice Game, the collaborative album from the two, is [cont.]
Two Detroit titans, Guilty Simpson and Apollo Brown, are joining forces for a collaborative album on Mello Music Group. The album is Dice Game and today we’re happy to share with you the first track, “Truth Be Told”. Unlike lightweight rappers “scared to face the reality of truth,” Guilty Simpson isn’t one to tiptoe around [cont.]
Here is the second release off of OBX’s Carlos Santana tribute album, Brown Magic, featuring Detroit’s own Guilty Simpson.
On October 23rd, Oh No will team up with producer Chris Keys to release Ashes via Heavy Keys Records. To accompany the album announcement, Oh No & Chris Keys are also releasing album cut “Devastation”, premiered today by Pitchfork, which features Guilty Simpson and Montage One. For years, Oh No has proven himself as one [cont.]
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