Apollo Brown chops a fiery gospel organ into an incendiary track that pulses with life. Guilty wastes no time turning into a microphone bully, showing just why he considers himself as nasty as black licorice. Cocky, brazen and above all ill, Apollo and Guilty are deadly enough as a duo but on this track they [cont.]
The Warning will be released on 11-6-2012 and it marks the debut album from producer JP Beats whose past works include tracks with Dr. Dre, Jadakiss, Pete Rock, Kurupt, Canibus, and many more. JP Beats has teamed up with A&R Extraordinaire M-Eighty (Wu-Tang /Undergods/ Kurupt/Planet Asia etc) to bring fans the same level of lyrical [cont.]
Evidence writes: Why did I choose to blend a Japanese Folk Song that I learned in first grade with Escapades Of Futura 2000? The answer is,”I was stoned.” Called Planet Asia over to body the beat on verse 2. Twiz The Beat Pro made this in 2011. Pulled it out of the vaults for you [cont.]
Brand new promo single entitled ‘Kave Assassins’ featuring Planet Asia (Soul Assassins) x Centri (Lenzmen) x Dox Boogie (Kavemen) x Ultimate Ultra (Kavemen) from the forthcoming Kavemen compilation The Reinvention Of The Wheel produced by Dox Boogie. The Reinvention Of The Wheel compilation (coming soon) features the entire Brain Kave roster, with guest appearances from [cont.]
This week, Stu Bangas & Vanderslice released their new album, Diggaz With Attitude. The long-hyped project is proving to be worth the wait; the two producers’ shared love for sinister chops and heavy drums pairs well with the album’s impressive line-up of guests, a list that includes Roc Marciano, The Alchemist, Evidence, Apathy, Ill Bill, [cont.]
Asia instructs the new generation about fascinating new concepts such as “record store” and “purchasing music”.
Here’s an outtake from the Russian Roulette sessions, that won’t make the final tracklist. Al’s new album is in stores July 17th on Decon.
In promotion for the Brooklyn-born, Vermont transplant and now Colorado resident BURNTmd’s full length release Not So Black & White, the good doctor debuts the Phil The Agony featured banger “Soul Snatcha,” produced by Tha Professor. As an added bonus, the Microphone Doctor has recruited Belgium’s DJ Grazzhoppa to blend, slice and dice an album [cont.]
Definite Mass is preparing to release his album “Evolution” and today enjoy one of the album cuts entitled “It’s A Problem” featuring some of CA’s finest, Ras Kass and Planet Asia and produced by Scientist. For LA heads, Definite Mass will also be performing live at his “Evolution” Album Release Party on June 24th at [cont.]
Grammy nominated rapper Planet Asia tackles his first leading role in “Black Belt Theatre” a new full length comedy produced by Wandering Worx Films and directed by Hayden Baptiste. The film also stars television actors William “Sleepy” Stewart (True Justice, Reelz Channel) and Sage Brocklebank (Psych, USA Network). The soundtrack for “Black Belt Theatre” is [cont.]
Planet Asia releases another banger for his hometown Fresno, CA. Asia links up with Jack II and GuttaCEO for production/engineering and blesses us with a serious club banger. Song was first released on KBOS B95fm by DJ Kay Rich 5/20/12. Be on the look out for more music from the three this summer. Who knows [cont.]
The first single off Sean Deez’s upcoming album “Ballin’ vs. Rich vs. Wealthy” coming soon.
“I’m here to tell the world man, I ain’t fuckin’ with PA Medallions.” So says Planet Asia on “Tell The World”, a soulful head-nodder three tracks into his latest LP, Black Belt Theatre, a return to form for the indie hip-hop movement pioneer. King Medallions was an alias for Planet Asia, midway through his career, [cont.]
Ffficial music video for Planet Asia’s latest single “Whirlwind Patterns” from his new album Black Belt Theatre.
Planet Asia’s long anticipated album Black Belt Theatre is now available in stores everywhere. “I wanted to make the album like a movie, something you would see in a theater,” says Asia. “That’s why it has so many features. All the guests feel like different characters in the movie.” These guests include veterans like Raekwon, [cont.]
From Black Belt Theatre, in stores now. No Apologies by Planet Asia (ft. Raekwon) (prod. by Oh No)
DJ Muggs gives us a sneak peak from the BASS FOR YOUR FACE ALBUM plus Fashawn and Planet Asia bless us with a freestyle.
With the release date for his new album Black Belt Theatre rapidly approaching, West Coast hip hop luminary Planet Asia teams up with the legendary Doo Wop for a new mixtape, The Arrival, which serves as the official prelude to Planet Asia’s long awaited solo project Black Belt Theatre; which will be released on 2/28/2012 [cont.]
One from Asia’s Black Belt Theatre, which hits February 28th.
Asia and Doo Wop freak some Biz samples.
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