Las Vegas native, Dizzy Wright is interviewed by Prince Paul and Mr. Dead on this episode of the Scion AV All Purpose Show.
Scion AV All Purpose Show host Prince Paul talks to rapper Bodega Bamz about his Spanish Harlem swag, taking pride in starting off “wack,” and his longtime connection to A$AP Ferg.
Chicago representative and rapper / producer Tree stops by the “All Purpose Show” to talk to Prince Paul and the Ill Out Crew about respecting rap culture, the definition of “soul trap,” and his Scion AV project. He also drops a new cut, “Look At Me”.
Chicago native Vic Mensa drops by the Scion AV All Purpose Show to speak with Prince Paul and crew about showing different sides of his city through hip-hop, his band Kids These Days, and wanting to be approached by more female fans. Vic wraps up the interview with a true freestyle, featuring Mr. Dead on [cont.]
Prince Paul & the Ill Out Crew sit down with some of best upcoming music stars in every scene. They talk with Black Dave, the Pro Era Crew, and ASG & From Beyond the Scion Rock Show. 0:00 — Intro 0:22 — Black Dave & D Stunna interview 2:28 — Pro Era Crew interview 3:57 [cont.]
I first spoke with Prince Paul in September 2012 for an interview that covered pretty much his whole career. The interview got a great response when it went up online, particularly the questions about the Gravediggaz. Since then I wanted to reconnect with him to discuss the first Gravediggaz record in more detail. It is [cont.]
Yeah, they were never going to clear that CCR sample. Prince Paul writes: This was a song was recorded in My studio in the early 2000′s .Doom I had know for quite some time and at this point I had recorded Barman ” It very stimulating ‘ EP . Barman wanted to collaborate with Doom [cont.]
The prolific hip hop producer weighs in on gays in hip hop, saying, “2012, let me tell you what it’s all about. Forget homosexuality, forget everything else, bottom line is – make your paper.” The Gravediggaz founder also talks whether or not he thinks Afrika Baby has come out of the closet.
New project from the banned album Negroes On Ice new album Oct 2nd. Produced, written and arranged by Prince Paul and P.Forreal.
HHS: First off, what is the concept behind your new album Negroes On Ice…? Didn’t it start out as a theatre show of some sort, like a comedy/sketch show…? PRINCE PAUL: The concept is kinda like a day in the life of my Son, obviously it’s highly exaggerated, it’s more or less like a story [cont.]
Prince Paul is the true definition of a Hip-Hop originator. From his beginnings with live hip-hop pioneers Stetsasonic, to producing for innovative acts like 3rd Bass and De La Soul, to forming the “horrorcore” collective Gravediggaz, all the way to his Handsome Boy Modeling School venture alongside fellow producer Dan The Automater, Paul has always [cont.]
Prince Paul writes: This is a project that I was asked to do I guess sometime in the early 2000′s . It was a remix for a Bob James project . the idea was to take an existing piece of work and flip it . So this was my flip . I had Pete Miser [cont.]
Prince Paul writes: This one of a few songs I did for the “sex and violence album” . For reasons unknown I never got a chance to fully complete the production on these songs and thus poor mixes were ultimately released to the public . When I hear those songs I cringe .. I do [cont.]
Another one from Prince Paul’s unreleased archive. He tells us: This is a Song I did for Kane in 1989 which is the title track of his album ” Its a Big Daddy Thing ” . At this point in my career this was a big highlight to work with Kane and there was definitely [cont.]
Admittedly, this track was better once Warren G got a hold of it, but this Prince Paul version shows us what might have been.
Prince Paul writes: This is the First song we recorded as the Gravediggaz in 92″ . It was the intro to our demo and it was actually recorded the day I introduced these guys to each other at my house . This track never made the album but It was one of my favorite productions. [cont.]
Green Eggs and Swine (unreleased original mix 1990 ) 3rd bass / Prince Paul by Prince Paul on Mixcloud DJ Pizzo is a bit obsessed with unreleased 90′s gems, especially from 3rd Bass. Prince Paul just unearthed this alternate mix of Green Eggs & Swine for the first time ever via his MixCloud page. He [cont.]
Here’s a treat…. Prince Paul released this shelved album he did in 1995, though the magic of the innanet. Just imagine if these beats were used for the second Gravediggaz LP. Here is what he had to say: This was a project that I wanted to put together with Amityville MC legend Superstar . as [cont.]
Sometime in 1999, when promos for Handsome Boy Modeling School’s So How’s Your Girl landed on the desk of a certain tastemaker DJ, his words were, “There is absolutely nothing for black people on this record,” before tossing it aside. However, this unfortunately may have been the story for a lot of hip-hop fans [cont.]
Charged from a ten-year-plus run in a business as forgiving as the Supreme Court, Prince Paul has seen it all — from his underrated days as Stetsasonic’s DJ to forming his own failed Def Jam subsidiary imprint (oh, the Doo Dew Man Records) and his long-running, now-defunct relationship with Tommy Boy (for whom this album was [cont.]
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