Super-groups are a tough call. Most of the time these things get planted as an idea that never comes to fruition, and other times the idea is milked for all it’s worth. The Gravediggaz, for instance, released an arguably classic album with 6 Feet Deep, only to lose a member – and a degree of [cont.]
In a recent, in depth interview with The O.C. Weekly, Slaine spoke about the new La Coka Nostra album, Masters Of The Dark Arts, as well as what he’s got lined up for the future. You’re film experience includes “Gone Baby Gone”, “The Town”, and you’ve got “Killing Them Softly” with Brad Pitt coming out [cont.]
(Produced by DJ PREMIER) – Directed by J.F. Martin/Tom Vujcic for Reel Wolf Productions – Cinematography by Dave Stuart – Executive Produced by Amir Radi – Taken from the forthcoming album “MASTERS OF THE DARK ARTS” LP In Stores JULY 31st, 2012.
Always known for tackling controversial topic matter, the group’s sophomore project, Masters Of The Dark Arts, (release date 7-31-2012) finds them once again in torch-bearing mode, addressing subjects that most artists shy away from as ILL BILL illustrates “as conceptually and musically dark as this album appears to be, there’s also a flip side layer [cont.]
His name says it all; standing at well over six feet tall and with the intimidating muscular build of a linebacker, Big Shug’s physical presence alone is enough to command attention. His voice, a hoarse rumble effective for delivering both fearsome threats or smooth crooning as his alter-ego Shugie Diamonds, is one of rap’s most [cont.]
Directed by Felipe Jorge, from the Powda To The People project.
Boston-based indie label Leedz Edutainment has come together with The DJBooth and Coast 2 Coast DJs to bring listeners their latest compilation album, The Write Off Vol. 3. Hosted by Mr. Peter Parker, the project features 23 fresh records from a variety of the game’s hottest underground/up-and-coming emcees. Included are previously-featured, reader-approved leaks “From the [cont.]
New music from Murder Mass. LISTEN: Termanology – “The Program” (feat. Slaine + Powda) Termanology – “The Program” (feat. Slaine + Powda)
From the Heavy Metal Kings LP, delivered earlier this year.
“Crazy” feat. Cypress Hill’s B-Real & Jaysaun from Special Teamz, is taken from Slaine’s new solo album, “A World With No Skies 2.0″, which landed in stores this week courtesy of Suburban Noize Records. Slaine – “Crazy” feat B Real from Cypress Hill & Special Teamz(MP3)
Slaine and Statik Selektah team up with DJBooth.Net for this prelude to Slaine’s A World With No Skies 2.0, hitting this month. 01. State Of Grace (Intro) 02. Don’t Talk Greezy 03. Offensive Lines (ft. Action Bronson & Ill Bill) 04. Thats How It Is (ft. Termanology & Tully Banta-Cain [aka Novacaine]) 05. Trail of [cont.]
Slaine delivers a new video from his A World With No Skies 2.0 release. Meanwhile, there’s a NSFW version of this video you can check out at slasher site Bloody Disgusting.
“Night After Night” Produced by Statik Selektah from Slaine’s new album “A World With No Skies 2.0″, which drops August 16th on Suburban Noize Records. Slaine Prod by Statik Selektah – “Night After Night” (MP3)
We spoke with Statik Selektah exclusively last night about a wealth of new projects that he has in the works. He and Reks are working on a three part EP called Straight No Chaser, with part one dropping in the next few weeks. He is also working on a project with Slaine called State of [cont.]
“Borrowed Time” feat. Checkmark [Produced By Lu Balz] is taken from Slaine’s new album A World With No Skies 2.0, which hits stores on August 16th via Suburban Noize Records. Slaine feat Checkmark – “Borrowed Time” (MP3)
“Landscapes” feat. Vinnie Paz & Reef The Lost Cauze [Produced By: Hirolla] is taken from Slaine’s new album A World With No Skies 2.0, which hits stores on August 16th via Suburban Noize. Slaine – Landscapes feat. Vinnie Paz & Reef The Lost Cauze (MP3)
DJ Deadeye’s debut, Substance Abuse, will be released on 3-22-2011 in conjunction with Brick/ST. Records. LISTEN: DJ Deadeye – “Livin Lost” (feat. Slaine, Esoteric, KrumbSnatcha and Easy Money) DJ Deadeye – “Livin Lost” (feat. Slaine, Esoteric, Krumb Snatcha and Easy Money)
Boston rapper Slaine has been on the scene for a minute now, releasing a series of critically acclaimed mixtapes, as well as holding memberships in the Special Teamz and La Coka Nostra supergroups. Always one to steal the show, despite his loyal fan-following he has yet to release his own solo LP. While doubling as [cont.]
Slaine From La Coka Nostra Set To Star In NBC’s ‘The Cape’ Tonight at 9pm EST Boston rapper Slaine, of the rap super group, La Coka Nostra, will appear in tonight’s episode NBC’s The Cape at 9:00pm EST. “I actually watched the pilot for The Cape on NBC in my living room the day before [cont.]
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