Taken from Rhymefest’s El Che, in stores tomorrow. Directed by Konee Rok.
Well, this was sure quick. MTV caught up with producer Symbolyc to talk about how he came to produce the first single from Kanye West’s new album. Talks about Rhymefest and how the track “Power” all came together.
While originally slated for release on May 18, Grammy Award winner, Rhymefest, will unleash his highly anticipated El Che album on June 8, 2010 via dN|Be Entertainment. Distributed by EMI, the full length LP features production from beatsmiths Scram Jones, S1, BKS, and Terry Hunter. The 16 track opus also boasts guest appearances from Little [cont.]
Incredible behind the scenes footage of Kanye West in his New Jersey home studio working on demo tapes for himself and Rhymefest in early 2002. This clip contains an early version of the Grammy-winning hit single, “Jesus Walks” and the unreleased “Living A Movie”. Filmed by: Danny Joe Sorge.
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Here is the video for the Rhymefest and John Mayer joint “Letter (One Shot).” This track is off the Dangerous: 5-18 mixtape that Rhymefest dropped last week.
A couple days late, but here we go with the Rhymefest and DJ RTC mixtape Dangerous: 5-18. The full length album El Che from Rhymefest hits stores on May 18th. Rhymefest – “Dangerous: 5-18″ (Mixtape)
Another leak from Rhymefest off his mixtape Dangerous: 5-18 which drops tomorrow. His long awaited album El Che hits stores on May 18th. This track is over the Michael Andrews and Gary Jules version of “Mad World” from 2002. Doesn’t sound bad at all, check it out below. Rhymefest – “Familiar Faces’” (MP3)
Rhymefest will be releasing his last “Pre-LP” mixtape, Dangerous: 5-18, on April 1st 2010. Included is the first leak from Fest’s Dangerous 5-18 mixtape, “Letter,” which will also be appearing in video form soon via Court Dunn’s “One Shot” video series and the track has quite an interesting back story, which Rhymefest addresses below. “This [cont.]
Rhymefest records at New York’s legendary Baseline Studios w/ super-producer Just Blaze. Problems arise when Fest has unexplained troubles in the recording booth–but like all great artists, Fest delivers in the end. Rhymefest’s sophomore LP, El Che, will be released on 5-18-2010 and Fest will be releasing his last “Pre-LP” mixtape, Dangerous: 5-18, in April [cont.]
Grammy Award winner, Rhymefest (Che Smith), will release his highly anticipated sophomore album El Che on May 18, 2010 via dN|Be Entertainment and distributed by EMI, in conjunction with Rosehip Records. On February 15, 2005, Rhymefest earned a Grammy Award for Best Rap Song, along with Kanye West, for co-writing the song “Jesus Walks” from [cont.]
The story behind “Crack The Code”, in this new Closed Sessions documentary. Check it out below to see how a chance meeting between Skyzoo and Rhymefest turned into a homage to America’s first and second cities set to music by K-Salaam and Beatnick.
Rhymefest & Skyzoo “Crack The Code” taken from Closed Sessions Vol. 1 which will be released on 3-2-10 DJ RTC Commentary On “Crack The Code”: “I really dug into Skyzoo’s material while making the first Brainiac Mixtape with Naledge. He put two Skyzoo tracks on the mix and I was more than impressed. I went [cont.]
Grammy Award winner, Rhymefest, will release his highly anticipated album El Che on May 18, 2010 via dN|Be Entertainment. Distributed by EMI, in conjunction with Rosehip Records. The full length LP features production from beatsmiths Scram Jones, S1, BKS, and Terry Hunter. The 16-track opus also boasts guest appearances from Little Brother, Saigon, Glen Lewis, [cont.]
With all of the press that Mark Ronson has got lately – including a recent Grammy for producer of the year – a little heard project slipped through the cracks last month from the famed producer. Ronson teamed up with Chicago super-emcee Rhymefest for Man In The Mirror, a tribute album built upon samples from [cont.]
In the sea of Chicago talent including Kanye West, Common and the more commercial Twista, the name Rhymefest doesn’t usually come up as one of the best. But in hip-hop the talented underdogs are never looked as the best. Enter Rhymefest, a battle hungry ferocious mic assassin that has handed it to many of today’s [cont.]
Peeking from the shadows of Kanye West, with a Grammy award in hand for penning “Jesus Walks”, is another Chi-town emcee by the name of Rhymefest. The general public may not know who Rhymefest is, but you can guarantee that everyone who truly loves Hip Hop has heard the name once or twice. Kinda [cont.]
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