Chace Infinite and DJ Khalil are back with this unapologetic new cut.
New music from original Soul Assassins crew members Self Scientific.
New video off of the duo’s solid Trials of the Blackhearted (FreEP), which features Game, Talib Kweli, Freddie Gibbs and Big K.R.I.T. “In Ancient Kemet they believed the heart was the organ that controlled thought, logic and knowledge. The weighing of the heart, against a feather, was used to determine if people were righteous or [cont.]
New material from longtime Cali crew, this time with some help from Big K.R.I.T. LISTEN: Self Scientific – “War Stories” (feat. Big K.R.I.T.) Self Scientific – “War Stories” (feat. Big K.R.I.T.)
Composed of a strong partnership between the lyrically prolific Chace Infinite and Grammy award winning producer, DJ Khalil, Self Scientific definitely makes a strong statement and gets Freddie Gibbs to add some southern-fried no-pork spit to the track along with L.A. veteran and Strong Arm Steady hook-minister, Krondon. The video is directed by The ICU [cont.]
Here’s some brand new Self Scientific off the free project titled Trials Of The Blackhearted which drops (tomorrow!) March 29th, 2011.Peep the track below and visit Chace Infinite’s site for more info.
Chace delivers the first selection from Frank The Butcher & Statik Selektah Present “Concepts: Selektions”. Here’s what we know: Frank The Butcher & Statik Selektah have joined forces on “Concepts: Selektions”. This mixtape is inspired by seminal classic 90′s mixtapes like DJ Doo Wop’s “Live 95″ & Tony Touch’s “50 MCs”. Frank The Butcher worked [cont.]
The duo of Chace Infinite and DJ Khalil aren’t new to the game of hip hop. As a matter of fact, Self Scientific have slowly been building steam by affiliating themselves with Xzibit and Strong Arm Steady, as well as tying themselves to DJ Muggs’ Angeles Records. For those who have been keeping up, [cont.]
Mixtape/Compilation Release, No Rating Given Since 1996, the emcee and DJ/producer duo (Chace Infinite & DJ Khalil) collectively named Self Scientific, without the hyphen bridged together their constant quest for the knowledge of self with pounding, sinister beats that draw from the inner, unfelt soul and spirit. Keep these integral elements in mind when [cont.]
After releasing their vastly under-rated debut, The Self Science, last year, DJ Khalil and Chace Infinite managed to turn some heads outside of the sunny California state they reside in. Now in ’02, they return with a “comprehensive collection of B-sides and Rare 12 inches”, The Works, which digs up some of the archives from their five [cont.]
Self Scientific (Chase Infinite & DJ Khalil) emerged from Cali’s underground scene in 1998 with “Return”, a celebratory ode, which lauded hip-hop’s humbler beginnings— “return to the way we were, before the influx of drugs and money occurred.” The LA based duo’s debut, Self-Science, offers more of that romanticism, as it is an intriguing mixture of [cont.]
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