“Wassup nerds, you know you been waiting for this shit…” First single from Thirsty Greedy’s Survival Of The Skillest. Directed by Box Lo.
Back in 1995, J-Ro of Tha Alkaholiks recorded a solo cut on the group’s second album, Coast II Coast, called “2014″. The song was a look two decades into the future, and the state of hip-hop as it stands today. Just how prophetic was J-Ro? We take a look. 1. “The year is 2004, people [cont.]
Not quite an official Liknuts (Alkaholiks + Beatnuts) cut, but J-Ro grabs Psycho Les to produce this cut from his 818 Antics Vol. 2 release.
New material from the upcoming Beatnuts + Alkaholiks collaborative album, Liknuts, with “Bang”.
Well, guess we’ll never see that Almighty Mighty Pythons album, but this is the next best thing.
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