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14 May, 2010 7:31 pm

One more new track from Necro off his upcoming album DIE! This track samples the Rocky II Theme song “Redemption” by Bill Cotti. The album hits stores May 18th. LISTEN: Necro – “Serpent’s Bite”

23 April, 2010 2:36 pm

Necro stopped by for a quick interview with Ballerstatus to discuss the rise of himself and the genre of Indie Hip-Hop. Necro’s new album Die! is in stores May 18th.

22 April, 2010 10:55 am

New single from Necro off his upcoming new album Die! Die! will feature no guests artists and will be written and produced entirely by Necro. The album hits stores May 18th. Necro – “asBESTos” (MP3)

22 April, 2010 3:57 am

Above is the cover art for the forthcoming new LP from La Coka Nostra / Arsonists member Q-Unique, Between Heaven & Hell LP. The album is set for a summer release on Necro’s Psycho+Logical-Records, and has been in production since 2008. The first video released from it was “Rise Above”, as seen below.

27 March, 2010 7:41 pm

We’re not sure if Necro still hates us after the whole Sexorcist album review a while back, but as far as we are concerned it’s water under the bridge at this point. Anyway, Necro’s new album is due May 18th and is called Die! The album art is sort of a play on the Nas [cont.]

16 October, 2007 1:50 am

Arguably misunderstood, there’s no debating that Necro has been an independent hip hop fixture since the late 90′s. His label, Psycho+Logical-Records has controlled hip hop’s hypocenter for years by seismicly bullying the epicenter of the underground, thus, shifting the Richter and upping the antee on splatter rappers worldwide. Necro’s fifth studio album, Death Rap, is [cont.]

18 January, 2005 12:00 am

While 2004 saw Lil Jon emerge as the King of Crunk and Kanye West make soul-sampling his signature sound, Necro has gained a reputation under the radar as the monarch of horrorcore rap. Arguably hip-hop’s hardest-working producer, he laced every cut from the artists on his Psycho Logical Records imprint: Sabac’s Sabacalypse, Goretex’s The Art [cont.]

1 January, 2005 12:00 am


10 December, 2003 12:00 am

      Necro has made a name for himself as the godfather of sickness. He is an independent impresario and a purveyor of fine smut. A pioneer of what can only be termed as “extreme music,” he has been churning out anthems of gore and violence for over five years now, combining his ill production skills with [cont.]

1 January, 2001 12:00 am

 The point where style transcends the initial boundaries of a gimmick can be where true artistry is born. For some, Necro’s unavoidable nastiness is nothing more than uninteresting shit talking, for others, totally enthralling shit talking, yet for the few that truly sit down with his body of work and devote a critical ear, you’ll [cont.]

1 January, 2000 12:00 am

For those that like to categorize, Necro might be described as a combination of Eminem , Kool G Rap and Master P. When listening to the truly sick shit that he drops in his lyrics, audiences will immediately compare him to a certain Mr. Mathers, yet the difference is a hardcore Brooklyn attitude, and lyrics [cont.]

1 January, 1999 12:00 am

With the buzz of artists like Eminem, Cage, and even Insane Clown Posse, the ever-emerging scene of shock-emcees is on the rise, but don’t get it twisted, Necro’s been there and done that, dropping sick rhymes on the NYC freestyle circuit since the mid-nineties. He recently built his name up on the underground circuit, dropping [cont.]

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