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.
Large Professor’s full length “Professor @ Large” out now!
This is The Audible Doctor’s free instrumental mash up mix to celebrate the announcement of his forthcoming instrumental album Doctorin (due out October 30th). Doctorin will feature 12 brand new instrumentals by Audible Doctor and is executive produced by the legendary Large Professor.
There was a time when Large Professor was regularly mentioned next to names like DJ Premier and Pete Rock, but unlike his more prolific brethren, Extra P has instead taken almost Dr. Dre-lengths of time to release full-length albums. And like the good doctor’s “I don’t smoke weed or cess…” line from “Express Yourself”, Large [cont.]
In a recent interview with ThisIs50 the legendary Large Professor revealed that there was one shot left in the chamber, in the classic 2001 battle between Jay-Z and Nas. “When Nas was first recording “Ether” it was over a Swizz Beatz beat, and he was getting at him,” Large Professor said. “That was the original [cont.]
From Life Is Good, hitting July 17th. No I.D. on the beat, let the story begin….
Official Music video for “Key to the City” by Large Professor. Video Production By: Donald Robinson Cole III in association with Olise Forel for Moving Silence and John McFadden for McFantasy Entertainment. From the full length “Professor @ Large” out on Fat Beats Records.
Large Professor sat down with Hip Hop Wired to discuss his new record, Professor at Large. He mentioned artists such as Busta Rhymes, Fame, and other rappers who are featured on the album. The producer also described the project as “traditional” in nature.
Producer Large Professor discussed collaborating with Nas for the rapper’s debut album, Illmatic. Large described what makes the record special. He even went so far as to say the album still hasn’t been outdone by others of its kind.
This comes from Extra P’s Professor @ Large LP, which hits on June 26th.
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