Another one from Agallah’s The Red V mixtape, out today on iTunes.
Produced by Oh No. Off Agallah’s Red V Mixtape scheduled to drop on Empire Distribution October 1st .
New lead single from Rasco’s brand new album Yesterday Is Not Tomorrow, due Sept 6th 2011. Produced by Cache. Video Directed by Knocademus. Edited by Darren Patton.
Another one courtesy of Digi Crates Records, taken from Kyo Itachi’s Musikyo LP, Digital now available @ iTunes , CD version @ www.digicrates.com. LISTEN: Kyo Itachi – “It’s On Again” (feat. Rasco) (MP3) Kyo Itachi – “It’s On Again” (feat. Rasco) (MP3)
Backed by the outstanding production of Peanut Butter Wolf and braggadocios rhymes to boot, since his 1998 debut Time Waits For No Man, Rasco has been emcee to watch. Not only does he have a voice, flow and cadence unlike any other emcee, he has that uncompromising attitude that is so lacking in today’s hip-hop landscape. Time Waits [cont.]
When you hear West Coast music, what pops into your head first? 90% of fans probably said something either to do with Dr. Dre or perhaps the Hyphy movement. The truth is, there’s more to West Coast Hip-Hop than what you’re used to, and for nearly two decades, Cali rappers have been trying to break out [cont.]
Sure as the sunrise, you know that Rasco will drop an album. It’s like clockwork. So as Rasco continues his foray into the hip hop game one has to wonder “will things be different this time around?” For most Rasco fans, they already rely on Rasco to give them consistency. But sometimes consistency just [cont.]
The music business is not for the weak and the tempted—Rasco can vouch for this. After releasing his critically acclaimed solo debut, Time Waits For No Man, in 1998, Rasco found himself quickly moving up the Indy food chain. Since, Rasco has not only had to deal with a crash course in “Industry Rule [cont.]
Rasco has become a sort of an elder statesmen in hip-hop; he’s not much older than a lot of his contemporaries, but commands a regal-like demeanor when on track. He’s earned his stripes with presence. Various Blendz had joints, but it was the Soulfather’s voice that turned heads – enough to carry himself over a stellar debut [cont.]
Rumors of an impending Rasco /Planet Asia collaboration have been floating ever since these two united to flip “Take It Back Home” from Rasco’s stellar debut. While that track gave us the first glimpse of what was too come, Rasco and Asia have been nearly inseparable since, spending the better part of the last year [cont.]
After delivering one of 1998′s strongest underground releases Rasco returns with a teasing 6 track EP, one which finds the Soulfather truly in a stage of infancy. You see Rasco is back at step one, as The Birth is not only the name of Rasco’s latest brain child, but it also the birth of his creative [cont.]
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