First single from Casual’s The Hierophant, due June 21st, and available streaming for listening right now via Bandcamp. Cas is also working on a film called He Still Think He Raw, as well as The Return Of The Backpack LP with Jake One.
The Hiero crew borrows some lyrics from Special Ed for this new single. LISTEN: Hieroglyphics – “Exciting” Hieroglyphics – “Exciting”
Hieroglyphics followed the Wu-Tang Clan with their When Art Imitates Life art print, unveiled this Halloween weekend. The canvas is available in two sizes 40 x 40 (only 280 exist) and 60 x 60 (only 20 exist). Each canvas is signed by the entire Hieroglyphics crew and comes with a numbered authenticity certificate. Order yours [cont.]
Another video from SOM’s Montezuma’s Revenge LP, from last December.
The D-E-L drops something diesel with this new one off of his “It Aint Illegal Yet” album. LISTEN: Del the Funky Homosapien – “Heavy 101″
Casual unleashed this new-old Hiero track that didn’t make the group’s last LP. Opio, Pep Love, and Casual on the mic.
HipHopSite.Com, in conjunction with Hieroglyphics, Elevation Nation Productions, and Bandcamp, is proud to present Opio and Unjust’s Mark It Zero LP, a free downloadable album in celebration of 4/20, built around samples from The Big Lebowski. You’re not privy to all the new shit…. Grab it below. TRACKLIST: 1. Dios Mio 2. What Happens 3. [cont.]
Second offering from the forthcoming Opio and Unjust Mark It Zero LP, a free, downloadable Big Lebowski tribute album dropping on 4/20, right here on HipHopSite.Com. The new track is built around John Goodman’s famous “You see what happens, Larry”, monologue from the film. No lines about fucking complete strangers in the ass though. Audio [cont.]
If you’ve never seen The Big Lebowski, it’s time to change that. The 1998 Coen Brothers directed film is considered by many to be the their best work, and has since risen to cult-classic status. Twelve years later, interest in the movie still soars with frequent special screenings of the film in cities across the [cont.]
Rhymesayers Entertainment is throwing together this year’s Soundset festival Sunday May 30th at Canterbury Park in Minneapolis, MN. Huge lineup this year is headlined by Atmosphere, Redman & Method Man, Brother Ali, Hieroglyphics, Del Tha Funky Homosapien, Souls Of Mischief, Casual, Pep Love, P.O.S., Freeway & Jake One, Murs, Cage, Eyedea & Abilities, Wiz Khalifa, [cont.]
Perhaps one of the most legendary rap battles in hip-hop history, Hieroglyphics faced off against the Hobo Junction on The Wake Up Show on November 18th, 1994. Legend has it that the beef apparently started because after Casual had Saafir appear on his Fear Itself debut, Casual was supposed to return the favor and make [cont.]
Hieroglyphics dish details on their participation on their upcoming When Art Imitates Life canvas, following RZA’s recently released “Victory Or Death”.
Hieroglyphics blesses us with new heat from Casual – “N.A.G.A.S (New Attitude for Growth And Stability)”. Be sure to check out the newly redesigned Hieroglyphics.Com – Damn those new “93 Til” shirts are ridiculous…. Casual – “N.A.G.A.S.” (MP3, FLAC)
This has been sitting in the cassette archives for a while now, but we’ve finally moved over to digital format for your consumption. This was recorded on KUNV’s legendary Word Up Show in 1997, when Hieroglyphics came through and demonstrated the art of freestyling. On the wheels are HHS founders Warren Peace and DJ Pizzo, [cont.]
2009 may not yet be a distant memory, but Hiero Imperium Records is already looking to the future with their energetic plans for the new year. The Oakland based label is poised to be at the forefront of underground hip-hop in 2010 with releases from Tajai, Chosen Few, Opio, Pep Love, Casual, and more. Hiero [cont.]
2009 already seems like a distant memory, and with the new year comes the promise of new music. Looking to fulfill all your musical needs in 2010 is Interdependent Media, who are set to raise the bar with upcoming releases from newcomer and celebrated artists alike, including TRUTHLiVE, Canibus, Donwill, Von Pea, A-Plus, and others. [cont.]
Del, Souls of Mischief and the rest of the Hieroglyphics family certainly aren’t on the radar of the hip-hop community the way they were back in the mid-90′s. That doesn’t mean they quit the game, they simply regrouped and put out music on their own Hieroglyphics Imperium label once the major label love ran [cont.]
If you still require proof that Hip-Hop isn’t just some passing fad waiting to join the Spice Girls and Pogs (or Spice Girls Pogs, for that matter) into the annals of obscurity, first of all, come out of your cave! Secondly, check out the career of the Hieroglyphics crew, who went from major-label darlings to [cont.]
Seemingly the first of its kind, well regarded Dilated Peoples (amongst others) music-video director Jason Goldwach (aside producer Peter Bittenbender) team up with indie-mogul Damian “Domino” Siguenza (Hieroglyphics, of course) to churn out one very interesting film/album package. One side you have a compact disc soundtrack, highlighting exclusives from the likes of Del The Funkee Homosapien, [cont.]
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