Loyalty Digital Corp strikes again, this time with the second single off Sadat X’ upcoming album New York entitled “I Know This Game”. Produced by Local-Mu12 Member Real McKoy, this record is gritty and hits hard. The scratches provided by DJ Grouch fit the song perfectly, Point blank; Sadat X goes in on this one [cont.]
We haven’t heard from Snaggapuss in a while. He’s still running with the Snagglepuss voice/delivery, huh?
Second single taken from Lewis Parker’s forthcoming album “The Glass Ceiling”. Produced by Lewis Parker for the World of Dusty Vinyl.
The famed Brand Nubian rapper details new projects he’s been working on, including his new album “New York,” set for Summer release. Sadat X also shares his thoughts on the current state of hip-hop and the importance of artists being original.
The Revive Da Live Big Band paid tribute to legendary hip-hop act A Tribe Called Quest at Harlem Stage in New York recently. Guests such as Buckshot, Sadat X, Charlie Brown & Dinco D of Leaders of the New School, and Dres of Black Sheep performed some of Tribe’s most memorable hits.
Lyrical Homicide is the 4th Video off Fokis’ A Vintage State Of Mind – Mix Tape. It features Brooklyn Rapper and Roc-A-Fella affiliate Livin Proof (Livin Proof was once signed with Memphis Bleek and was featured on the track “Get Low” from Bleek’s “534″ LP.
Feeling this De La inspired jam. Third music video off Fokis’ A Vintage State Of Mind mixtape, available here . Shot & Edited by Pnameck for Lunchboxbeats Videos Inc.
New music and visuals from The Great Dat X.
Directed by Emil Möller. Produced by B-REEL.
The Funk League, the production duo consisting of Paris representatives, Hugo and Soulbrother Suspect, are preparing to release their album “Funky As Usual” on January 24th. Their love for record digging and sampling caught the attention of folks like Diamond D and Large Professor, two artists who have supported this project via their participation in [cont.]
Two new cuts from the Wild Cowboy surface.
The French beatmaker/DJ duo finally presents its first album, “Funky As Usual” to be released on Favorite Recordings. “On & On” is their underground classic 1st single, which features Brand Nubian’s original member, Sadat X. Released on November 14th in France. Released on January 24th 2012 in all world.
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.]
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.
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.
Surreal, but definitely worth watching. His new project, No Features, is available now on Itunes.
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.]
J. Rawls and Sadat X speak on their influences and the new project, The Hip-Hop Affect.
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