Meet Homeboy Sandman. His album, First of a Living Breed, hits 9.18.12 on Stones Throw. Directed by Rel.
Fighting is in Homeboy Sandman’s blood. As a teen growing up in Queens, he tussled with bouncers; he talks of his struggle to walk the straight and narrow. But winning comes to him just as naturally—his father, a heavyweight boxer who emigrated from the Dominican Republic to New York, never lost a fight. But in [cont.]
Produced by DN3. Scratches and Cuts by DJ LES735. First Single from Language Arts Volume 2, releasing August 22, 2012. Homeboy Sandman appears courtesy Stones Throw Records. Art by Hector “Hexsagon” Flores.
Homeboy goes all Cartman on us. Track produced by Mr Familiar, from the Chimera EP.
“Hold Your Head” produced by Navie D, from the Chimera EP.
“Mine All Mine” from the Subject Matter EP…can’t wait for the Homeboy’s next full LP!
From the Subject Matter EP, out now on Stones Throw.
Video from the stellar 6 track Subject Matter EP. Video directed by Steve Smith.
Just a reminder that the solid new Lp from Homeboy Sandman is out now (available online at Fat Beats). The debut on Stones Throw is a 6-track record, as the artist describes it, “with songs dealing with content no one has ever rapped about before in the history of rap music. Unfortunately not a difficult [cont.]
Two new cuts from the Wild Cowboy surface.
Homeboy Sandman’s first track on Stones Throw, “New York Nights,” taken from the forthcoming Stones Throw/Serato double disc in 2012. Watch for Homeboy Sandman’s debut EP on Stones Throw in early 2012.
For Adam is an extremely personal project for Illus, one which pays homage to the late Adam Walsh who was murdered in 1981 and whose father John Walsh went on to help create the long-running television program, America’s Most Wanted. The album reflects on the darkness of murder, kidnapping, child abuse, addiction, and slavery, while [cont.]
New video for the lead single off of Paul White’s forthcoming album, Rapping With Paul White (due August 22 2011). Album will feature appearances from Guilty Simpson, Danny Brown, Homeboy Sandman, Marv Won, Jehst, Tranqill, Moe Pope, and Nancy Elizabeth.
In 2011, Illus brings us For Adam, a ten-track collection of songs that epitomize the very best of what HipHop has to offer as an art form and culture- positive, hardcore, passionate, meaningful lyrics and beats that penetrate the mind and soul and leave the audience feeling inspired. For Adam also features an incredible collection [cont.]
ILLUS is making big moves and has a new song and video on the upcoming French super producer DJ Brans album. The new track and video feature the return of THE MASK who made his debut earlier this year in this incredibly fresh MASK VIDEO Check it out and get the single on iTUNES ILLUS [cont.]
The new ILLUS album “FOR ADAM” is complete and with your help will be available soon. Make a Kickstarter pledge of $10 and get a copy of the brand new limited edition CD featuring Freddie Foxxx, Gift of Gab, Homeboy Sandman, J.J. Brown, Eternia, Craig G, Wordsworth, Reef the Lost Cauze, Block McCloud, Paul Dateh, [cont.]
NYC Producer Clubhouse delivers this free EP of “feel good hip-hop, progressive soul” available now via Bandcamp, from which this posse cut is taken. The price is right, what are you waiting for?
Taken from Homeboy Sandman’s The Good Sun, in stores now.
Homeboy Sandman and Das Racist team up for this collaborative single. Sit down, man. LISTEN: Homeboy Sandman + Das Racist – “I’m Up On That” (MP3) Homeboy Sandman + Das Racist – “I’m Up On That” (MP3)
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