Vice: In December, 2014, VICE threw a massive rager for 3,000 of our closest friends at the Duggal Greenhouse in the Brooklyn Navy Yards. VICE staged dozens of performances throughout the evening, bringing together musicians as varied as Megadeth’s Dave Ellefson to The Unicorns’ Nick Thorburn to Ghostface Killah and Lil’ Wayne, to perform some [cont.]
Large Pro releases his second single from Re:Living due this Spring. Scratches by Boogie Blind. Directed by Olise Forel.
Creating a bouncy, sinister rendition to Blu’s 2012 released single “Kiss the Sky,” originally produced by M-Phazes, Large Professor manages to transform Blu’s bars into a destructive force of nature. Whereas the original had the Australian beat smith providing a more inspirational and soulful vibe, Xtra P’s version flips the script entirely by showcasing just [cont.]
Large Professor recalls Illmatic‘s release on this cut from his upcoming Fall 2014 release, RE: Living Legend on Fat Beats Records & Distrolord Digital
Directed By Chris Krook, from the Mega Philosophy LP, produced entirely by Large Pro, available now.
Produced by Large Professor, from Cormega’s Mega Philosophy LP, available today.
From the upcoming Mega Philosophy LP.
Longtime Brooklynite lyricist Illa Ghee gets set to release his third solo full length LP, Social Graffiti, which is set to be released through IMOR Entertainment on July 8th. The album features guest appearances from industry veterans Sean Price, O.C., Fame (of M.O.P.), Guilty Simpson, JuJu (of The Beatnuts), Royal Flush, General Steele (of Smif-n-Wessun), [cont.]
“Industry” the first official single off the Mega Philosophy album! Production by Large Professor. Artwork by Ibrahim Sincere. Mixed and Mastered by Hazardis Soundz. Limited edition red vinyl of the release can be purchased from here.
The official video for Timeless Truth’s “Wavelength” produced by Large Professor. From Timeless Truth’s forthcoming album, COLD WAVE. Directed by Javier Goin.
From Marco Polo’s October 24th release, PA 2: The Director’s Cut.
The Damaja makes a much needed return to the game, backed by Large Professor for “Solar Flares”.
Ill Adrenaline Records proudly presents a previously unreleased gem by B-1 & Large Professor entitled “Hands of Time”. This track was recorded back in 1997 and supposed to be B-1′s first single on Rawkus. The “Brooklyn Side” of the 7″ contains a dope demo track by O.C. & Da Beatminerz. keep your eyes peeled for [cont.]
Large Professor Remix of the first single from the new album Where Does This Door Go, out July 16th.
Directed by J.F. Martin and Tom Vujcic for Reel Wolf Productions. From The Grimy Awards.
From N.O.R.E. aka P.A.P.I.’s Student Of The Game, in stores April 16th.
Check out ILL BILL as he discusses working with the legendary DJ Premier, Pete Rock and Large Professor on his new album The Grimy Awards.
As Coalmine Records gets closer to the 2nd Quarter release of their long awaited compilation, Unearthed, the Brooklyn indie drops the project’s next single, “Naturally Born,” which features Q-Borough mic veterans Big Noyd, Large Professor and Kool G Rap. Produced by the legendary Queens-based beatsmith Ayatollah, the soundscape is rooted in a Golden Era motif [cont.]
After announcing his name change yesterday, N.O.R.E. P.A.P.I. follows up with two tracks which may or may not appear on his upcoming album, Student Of The Game.
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