Brood Baby presents “Lesson of the Day” a new web series featuring hip-hop history lessons and personal rap stories from legendary hip-hop artist & journalist, R.A. The Rugged Man. Episode 02 analyzes the rap culture of the early 90s and its obsession with violent lyrics and threats directed at the most hated group of the [cont.]
R.A. The Rugged Man presents the first single off his new album “Legends Never Die,” in stores everywhere on April 30th 2013. Track produced by Apathy with intro by Rampage.
Fans have been waiting since 2005 for a new studio album from underground hip-hop icon R.A. The Rugged Man, and now they know when they’ll be getting it. In a new video, the Rugged Man announces the details on the album, titled Legends Never Die, including the April 30th release date. R.A. also reveals the [cont.]
R.A. The Rugged Man writes: SADAT X asked me to hop on this bugged out bizarre-ass joint with him and THIRSTIN HOWL for his new WINE CONNOISSEURS album he did with WILL TELL. We met up at WILL TELL’s little basement studio in BROOKLYN and laid down the track and vocals on some bugged out [cont.]
The artists behind three of the most anticipated albums coming this year on Nature Sounds join forces for the posse cut “Thelonius King”. Limited edition 7-inch vinyl of “Thelonius King” coming in time for Record Store Day this April, check out the info on all three albums below. Durag Dynasty 360 Waves – March 16th [cont.]
Brood Baby presents “Lesson of the Day” a new web series featuring hip-hop history lessons and personal rap stories from legendary hip-hop artist & journalist, R.A. the Rugged Man. The first episode dissects Big Daddy Kane’s unsung and under-appreciated third album, Taste of Chocolate [1990 / Warner Bros]. The album, unlike Kane’s first two classic [cont.]
Rugged Man visits the home of San Firstenberg, director of the American Ninja series ,Breaking 2: Electric Boogaloo, and other late night HBO classics.
The artists behind three of Nature Sounds most anticipated 2013 albums join forces for “Thelonius King”. Limited edition 45 of “Thelonius King” coming for Record Store Day this April, check out the info on all three albums below. Durag Dynasty “360 Waves” – March 16th R.A. The Rugged Man “Legends Never Die” – April 2013 [cont.]
R.A. The Rugged Man explores the acting career of football/murder legend, O.J. Simpson.
Go Jesus…it’s your birthday.
MTV’s film.com just debuted the new episode of R.A.’s “film school” series. In this episode, R.A. digs through his parents’ Long Island basement and finds some interesting stuff: old VHS gems, his childhood stuffed animal, Scarlett Johansson’s phone number, and more.
In this edition of Film School, the Rugged Man dives deep into his horror movie knowledge for a special Halloween episode covering everything from Hitchcock’s mastery of the toilet scene to proper brain-eating etiquette to Gene Simmons. In the second clip, Big Ian of Faygoluvers.net sits down with the Legendary R.A. The Ruggedman at his [cont.]
Probably our favorite web series of the moment. In the latest episode of Film Schol with R.A. The Rugged Man, R.A. runs through his favorite 3D movies. However the needless bleeping in this episode can go – this is the motherfucking innanet.
In the latest episode of Film School With R.A. The Rugged Man, R.A. takes people on a tour of Hollywood. “I hate this town…..but I want to be involved.”
R.A. The Rugged Man weighs in on his favorite religious films.
Underground rap legend R.A. The Rugged Man is currently wrapping up work on his highly anticpated new album Legends Never Die. During a recent studio session, R.A. and Danish singer Amalie Bruun took a break from recording to preview some exclusive new music from the album. R.A. also gets Amalie to sing her part from [cont.]
Rakim and R.A. the Rugged Man at No Mystery studio working on a movie soundtrack; they take time off to kick it and speak on a swipe Rakim took at Kane back in the day.
Pay attention, kids: Rapper and movie enthusiast R.A. the Rugged Man is back with another session of Film School. In today’s class, R.A. owns up to the movies that bring a tear to his eye. “I don’t cry much in movies, but there’s two movies that I f**king lose my — I bawl,” the Rugged [cont.]
From Rampage’s upcoming 7/31/12 EP R.E.A.L. (Road to Everyone Ain’t Loyal).
Class is now in session with Film School With R.A. The Rugged Man, a must-see new web series from MTV’s Film.com hosted by rapper/film historian R.A. The Rugged Man. “I’ve wrote and produced full length features, was a film columnist for Mass Appeal Magazine for 5 years, and wrote movie articles for Vibe, The Source, [cont.]
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