Directed by Anthony Sylvester. The Only Number That Matters is Won 1.5” available now.
Directed by Phil Sedehi and Josh Pearson. Edited by Brian Dohn. From the album The Only Number That Matter is Won.
From the highly anticipated album “The Only Number That Matter is Won” available September 4th 2012 on Raw Poetix Records featuring guest appearances from Snoop Dogg, Lee Scratch Perry and Masta Ace.
Track produced by Mr. Green off Jedi Mind Tricks’s newest album “Violence Begets Violence.”
Produced by Balti – up on Itunes now. Download
Noisemaker Media presents Ralph Dog “We Don’t Give A Fuck” featuring Papoose, Sean Price, Sadat X, Blaq Poet, Reef The Lost Cauze, Kurious, Pacewon, & Hell Rell. Old school legends get together on a rambunctious posse track and produce an indelible street anthem. Ralph Dog is an rap veteran on the comeback trail who invites [cont.]
New video for the first single off the upcoming album The Only Number That Matters Is Won. This duo dropped a solid album together last time and I’m looking forward to this one.
“Pacewon and Mr. Green are back with a triumphant new single from the highly anticipated follow up to their classic album “The Only Color That Matters is Green” The new album “Only Number That Matters is Won” is coming late this summer and will feature guest appearances from Snoop Dogg, Lee Scratch Perry, Masta Ace [cont.]
Official music video to the Pace Won and Mr. Green song “Can You Hear Me? (A Tribute to the People of Tunisia).” Directed by Sam Lipman-Stern of Young and Balding Productions. Pace Won and Mr. Green’s new album “The Only Number That Matters is Won” is coming this summer on Raw Poetix Records featuring guest [cont.]
Pace Won and Mr. Green are back with the second single from the highly anticipated follow up to their 2008 release The Only Color That Matters is Green. The new album, The Only Number That Matters is Won is coming in 2011 on Raw Poetix Records/The Orchard and will feature guest appearances from Lee Scratch [cont.]
Looks like Mr. Green’s got plenty of stuff up his sleeve for this year, including The Art of Wu Tang mixtape with DJ Critical Hype coming in July, his album with Pacewon, The Only Number That Matters Is Won, in August, and “Classic Beats Volume One” in September.
Pace Won first got notice with a guest spot on The Fugees’ The Score back in 1996. That’s right, 12 years ago. Dude’s been around for a minute. He served as one of the front men for the group The Outsidaz and if you’re wondering where he’s been or surprised he’s still around, it’s been [cont.]
There are a few emcees that are famous for the debuts that they have not released, Large Professor, Cormega, Ali Vegas, Last Emperor to name a few. Yet, that list would not be complete without including New Jeruz’s Pacewon, as his “true” debut, The Pacewon Effect, (an E-Bay favorite) was pushed back numerous times and eventually [cont.]
New York, NY – Many of the nations top emcees came together this weekend, putting aside all differences, banding together for one common cause, a song to further the murder of New York City mayor, Rudy Guliani. Among the artists to contribute to the record, entitled “We Shot Rudy”, are Pharoahe Monch, Pacewon, M.O.P., Screwball, [cont.]
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