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Sadat X
27 October, 2011 7:33 am

Noisemaker Media presents Ralph Dog “We Don’t Give A Fuck” featuring Papoose, Sean Price, Sadat X, Blaq Poet, Reef The Lost Cauze, Kurious, Pacewon, & Hell Rell. Old school legends get together on a rambunctious posse track and produce an indelible street anthem. Ralph Dog is an rap veteran on the comeback trail who invites [cont.]

30 August, 2011 12:37 pm

This video was shot in two different continents. Jay Billion and Sadat X (Brand Nubian) shot their parts in BKNY, while Eeva recorded and filmed her parts in Belgrade, Serbia. This song is blending what many call real hip hop with the future incarnation of where the music is headed.

22 August, 2011 7:56 pm

New video for Sadat’s single “The Prophet” produced by Will Tell off his new album “No Features“. The album title is self-explanatory and Will Tell of Brooklyn Academy is the sole producer. Check it out.

30 July, 2011 12:08 am

Surreal, but definitely worth watching. His new project, No Features, is available now on Itunes.

23 June, 2011 9:24 pm

Cold Heat, comprised of Jak D and Jay W get set to drop their third LP,  Raising The Bar on July 19th through SoulSpazm digital.  As part of their promotional campaign, the Queens duo pairs up with the ‘Wild Cowboy’ Sadat X and mixtape icon J-Love on “Taking It All”, which is now available for [cont.]

21 May, 2011 4:50 pm

J. Rawls and Sadat X speak on their influences and the new project, The Hip-Hop Affect.

19 May, 2011 3:12 pm

J Rawls unites two legendary hip-hop crews for the first time ever, as Sadat X (Brand Nubian) and Wise Intelligent (Poor Righteous Teachers) drop jewels over Rawls’ production. Taken from J Rawls’ new album “The Hip-Hop Affect,” in stores everywhere on May 17th, 2011. Video shot in front of Harlem’s iconic “Allah School in Mecca,” [cont.]

21 March, 2011 10:34 pm

Andre The Giant, Derek Murphey and DJ Jab team to form Trinity, with this acting as their first single from a forthcoming Fat Beats project, 20 In. [Audio clip: view full post to listen] LISTEN: Trinity (A.G. + Sadat X + DJ Jab) – “Bronx” Trinity (A.G. + Sadat X + DJ Jab) – “Bronx”

8 November, 2010 1:31 am

This video is priceless. Damn, Sadat, slow doooooown.

27 October, 2010 5:56 am

DITC meets Brand Nubian on this track from A.G.. Directed by Alterprod.

29 September, 2010 6:48 am

A host of artists speak on Fat Beats on their last day in NYC. Quotes from Ras Kass, Sadat X, Razel, Dom Pachino, DJ JS-1, and more.

25 August, 2010 5:06 pm

7l & Esoteric plan to release their first new LP in four years with 1212, dropping October 12th. As you can see above, guests will include Ill Bill, Celph Titled, Alchemist, Evidence, Inspectah Deck, Sadat X, Vinnie Paz, Statik Selektah, and Reef The Lost Cauze. Eso drops knowledge about the LP here.

30 March, 2010 3:10 am

What do we have here? Our first co-branded mixtape since the relaunch. Of course longtime followers know we’ve been doing this kind of thing since around 2001, however as you can see from our discography, we don’t attach our name to just anything. Basically, Red Planet Music are throwing a show tonight (!) in Philly [cont.]

21 March, 2010 4:25 pm

New tracks from Sadat X as he readies for his new release, Wild Cowboys II. Sadat released a 10 track EP earlier in the year which contained five new tracks and the instrumentals. These tracks were not on the EP and have not been released as of yet. “Pray features Umi, M-1 (of Dead Prez), [cont.]

12 March, 2010 9:18 am

Taken from Sadat’s forthcoming “Wild Cowboys 2″ dropping March 23rd on Fat Beats Records.

19 February, 2010 8:31 pm

HHS: You fit the very definition of longevity in hip hop. You’ve been doing it, whether it be with Brand Nubian or on your solo material – you stay busy. What keeps you going after all these years? Sadat X: What really keeps me going is the love for it man. I still love hip [cont.]

13 January, 2010 1:53 am

Few artists in hip-hop have afforded the longevity that Sadat X has. Gearing up to release his 7th solo album, this one is sure to bring back the “Great Dot X” of his original Wild Cowboys album 1996 release. Unmoved by an inevitable changing of the guard in Rap, Sadat remains a beacon of true, [cont.]

5 October, 2006 12:00 am

It’s hard in today’s microwave mcnugget culture to really have longevity.  Few artists have been able to maintain longevity for even 5 years, much less nearly 20.   We first got a taste of Sadat X in 1990 and he has continually put out quality music every since.  Whether it’s with Brand Nubian or on the [cont.]

1 January, 2000 12:00 am

 After reuniting in 1998 with his Brand Nubian brothers on the under-appreciated Foundation, Sadat X resurfaced last year with two collaborative gems; “1-9-9-9″ f/ Common, and the previously vaulted “Come On”, which was one of the few highlights from Biggie’s disappointing posthumous release. While his solo-debut, Wild Cowboys, failed to strike a chord with the masses, [cont.]

1 January, 1999 12:00 am

“Ka-Ching” just reminds me how very, very rare artists like De La Soul and Gang Starr are. Like Brand Nubian, their careers have survived the times but this new 12″ finds Sadat X doing some bling, bling, hoes and b*tches bullsh*t while De La and Gangstarr have maintained integrity AND excellence without pandering to the trendy sh*t. No [cont.]

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