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.]
Mello Music Group is ecstatic to announce Dice Game, a 16 track collaborative album between Detroit’s Guilty Simpson & Apollo Brown. The former’s work with Madlib and Dilla already establish him as one of the current greats on the mic and the latter’s heralded music with OC and his own group, The Left, hint towards [cont.]
Ruste Juxx & The Arcitype V.I.C. album out 9/25 on AR Classic Records / Duck Down Music. Pre-Order the deluxe-edition album today at iTunes.
Oh No has remixed Guilty Simpson’s OJ Simpson album. No word on whether we’ll get to hear the whole thing, but here’s a taste.
Cali emcee Montage One premieres brand new single “Beat2Def”, featuring Ras Kass and Guilty Simpson. Producer Jlisted combines organs, cuts by DJ Revolution and even what sounds like a very brief sample of Mobb Deep’s “Quiet Storm”. “Beat2Def” will be found on Montage One’s forthcoming album 10.6.3 OGX, set for release on September 11, featuring [cont.]
House Shoes lets loose another leak from his upcoming album “Let It Go” dropping on June 19th. The album is entirely produced by House Shoes and features guest appearances from Danny Brown, Black Milk, Alchemist, Roc Marciano, Oh No, Nottz, MED, Black Spade, Shafiq Husayn, and many more.
Directed by Oren Goldenberg. Produced by Cass Corridor Films. Rebirth Of Detroit in stores tomorrow.
Guilty Simpson & MED featured MCs. Quakers is a 35-person hip-hop collective, centered around three producers – Fuzzface (Geoff Barrow), Katalyst (Ashley Anderson), and 7Stu7 (Stuart Matthews). Quakers 41-track album is out now on Stones Throw. Video Director: Eric Coleman; Cinematography: Jerry Henry; Editor: Laith Majali; Cameras: Jerry Henry, B+, Mike Park; Producers: Marybell Chavez, [cont.]
The video was made for the clean version “Getting Riches” with Denaun Porter’s chorus. This is the dirty version “Getting Bitches”. Sorry Denaun. Video directed by Anthony Garth.
From StonesThrow.Com Quakers is a hip-hop collective boasting 35 members which orbits around a core of three producers: Fuzzface, 7-Stu-7 and Katalyst. Fuzzface is better known as Portishead’s Geoff Barrow, a long-time Stones Throw supporter in touch with Peanut Butter Wolf since championing the Jaylib album back in 2004. 7-Stu-7 is Portishead’s engineer and in-house [cont.]
As the Philly-based producer Small Professor gets set for the release of his debut retail-ready producer compilation Gigantic, Vol. 1, which drops next Tuesday (1/24), the Illadelphian unveils the project’s gemstar, “Spare Razor”. Featuring one third of Random Axe’s Guilty Simpson and Army of The Pharaoh’s Reef The Lost Cauze, “Spare Razor” is a warning [cont.]
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