Another one from Linkin Park’s Recharged remix LP, featuring guest verses from Cody B. Ware and Styles Of Beyond’s Ryu. Not quite a Fort Minor reunion, but close. “Fort Minor, we major / let’s take it to phase 2 / I’ve been on the internet / Hearing fans talk / maybe we should consider it.”
From THE LAYOVER hosted by: DJ Woogie. Directed & Edited By ALIWOOD.
As long as they’ve been putting it down in the game, it’s hard to believe there’s never been a Demigodz full-length LP before. We did see a little heard EP back in 2002, courtesy of Ill Boogie Records, which would lay the foundations for this very album. Ten years later, Apathy, Celph Titled, Esoteric, Ryu, [cont.]
In order of appearance: Apathy, Ryu, Blacastan, Esoteric, Motive, Celph Titled. Cuts by DJ Premier. Directed & edited by “Open” Mike & Greg LaRose. KILLmatic in stores now.
Rap conglomerate, “The Demigodz”, deliver their long-awaited full length album. After years of strongly cultivating their fanbase and branding their stamp within the underground hip hop scene, this supergroup of sharp soloists unite to create a force of witty lyricism and authentic, classic-style East Coast hip-hop production. The crew consists of many recognizable names, including [cont.]
On 3-5-2013, the Demigodz (Apathy, Celph Titled, Ryu of Styles Of Beyond, Esoteric, Motive, Blacastan) will release there first official full-length LP, KILLMatic, and it will feature appearances from RA The Rugged Man, Termanology, Panchi (of NYG’z), Planetary (of Outerspace), Scoop Deville & Eternia with production from DJ Premier, Marco Polo, The Snowgoons, Apathy, Teddy [cont.]
This already classic single from 2011 is working as the first single from the Demigodz upcoming LP, KILLmatic, due March 5th. Video directed & edited by Andrew Camacho for Flawless Visuals.
Styles of Beyond’s Reseda Beach has been in the works since 2007, the follow-up to their last LP, Megadef. After a short stint with Mike Shinoda’s Fort Minor project, the project has been in development for years now, having tracks recorded with Celph Titled, RZA, Apathy, Micheal Buble (!), and Holly Brook (aka Skylar Grey) [cont.]
Apathy, Ryu and Celph Titled are back and will release a new LP in 2012. Here is the first single, produced by Ap. Download
Directed by – Alex/2tone. This video was shot unplanned and unscripted and on the move. Most was shot in Vegas at the MAGIC tradeshow for TLFI and the rest in LA. Cameos from – Kid Sister, 40 Glocc, Paul Wall, Divine Styler, Terry Kennedy, Kristina Rose, 87 Stick Up Kids, and Sick Jacken of Psycho [cont.]
Down since day one Demigodz crew delivers some new shit. Ryu voices some regrets over this Apathy instrumental, inspired by the Vincent Guaraldi Trio. LISTEN: Ryu – “I Did It To Myself” (prod. Apathy) (MP3) Ryu – “I Did It To Myself” (prod. Apathy) (MP3)
New video from the Scoop Deville, Apathy, and Ryu, directed by Alex/2Tone.
The GBC delivers the posse remix of “Dancin’ On Your Grave”. LISTEN: Get Busy Committee – “Dancin’ On Your Grave (Remix)” (feat. Xzibit, Paul Wall, Murs) Get Busy Committee – “Dancin’ On Your Grave (Remix)” (feat. Xzibit, Paul Wall, Murs)
Looks like the GBC is back to work, as Apathy, Ryu, and Scoop Deville deliver new material on Tokyo Sex Whale Records. LISTEN: Get Busy Committee – “Dancin On Your Grave” (feat. Brevi) (MP3) Get Busy Committee – “Dancin On Your Grave” (feat. Brevi) (MP3)
Get Busy Committee is Ryu (Styles of Beyond, Fort Minor), Apathy (Demigodz, Army of The Pharoahs) and Scoop Deville (son of Kid Frost, producer of Snoop’s “I Wanna Rock”). Despite the group only officially forming one year ago, the trio have managed to use their past experience to cultivate a solid sound, at once a [cont.]
Taken from the stellar “Uzi Does It” album. Directed by Matt Lenski.
With the sudden popularity of 80′s throwback groups like The Cool Kidz, it has opened doors for the resurrection of classic hip-hop sounds, by people who actually lived through that era. While both Apathy and Ryu (Styles of Beyond, Fort Minor) have had massive success in the underground, they’ve struggled with breaking into the mainstream, [cont.]
In November of last year, hip-hop group The Get Busy Committee (the new collaboration between Ryu from Styles of Beyond and Fort Minor, Apathy, and producer for Snoop, Clipse, Game, Busta Rhymes and more, Scoop Deville) released their new album, Uzi Does It in a very unique format: 2GB Uzi-shaped Flash drives. The format was [cont.]
Apathy, Ryu of Styles of Beyond and producer Scoop Deville have teamed up to form The Get Busy Committee, which is sort of throwback group project which Ap describes as “havin’ fun, doing some different shit”. They released their first track, “Little Razor Blade” in January via YouTube, which should give you an idea of [cont.]
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