New video from Souls Of Mischief member A Plus from his new album Pepper Spray, a tribute album to the Red Hot Chili Peppers. Apparently the first in a series of projects paying tribute to some of the rock bands he respects.
The Hiero crew borrows some lyrics from Special Ed for this new single. LISTEN: Hieroglyphics – “Exciting” Hieroglyphics – “Exciting”
Nio Tha Gift & Tajai of Souls of Mischief spitting to a DJ Toure production. Directed by Casual/Wetfoot Filmworks.
Another video from SOM’s Montezuma’s Revenge LP, from last December.
If you’ve never seen The Big Lebowski, it’s time to change that. The 1998 Coen Brothers directed film is considered by many to be the their best work, and has since risen to cult-classic status. Twelve years later, interest in the movie still soars with frequent special screenings of the film in cities across the [cont.]
Rhymesayers Entertainment is throwing together this year’s Soundset festival Sunday May 30th at Canterbury Park in Minneapolis, MN. Huge lineup this year is headlined by Atmosphere, Redman & Method Man, Brother Ali, Hieroglyphics, Del Tha Funky Homosapien, Souls Of Mischief, Casual, Pep Love, P.O.S., Freeway & Jake One, Murs, Cage, Eyedea & Abilities, Wiz Khalifa, [cont.]
Perhaps one of the most legendary rap battles in hip-hop history, Hieroglyphics faced off against the Hobo Junction on The Wake Up Show on November 18th, 1994. Legend has it that the beef apparently started because after Casual had Saafir appear on his Fear Itself debut, Casual was supposed to return the favor and make [cont.]
Still riding the success of their recently released Montezuma’s Revenge, Souls Of Mischief have been out and about, spreading their legendary brand of hip-hop as they continue to tour the world. On the most recent leg of their European tour, the UK’s SB.TV caught up with lyrical heavyweights Opio, Tajai, and Phesto for a fresh [cont.]
This has been sitting in the cassette archives for a while now, but we’ve finally moved over to digital format for your consumption. This was recorded on KUNV’s legendary Word Up Show in 1997, when Hieroglyphics came through and demonstrated the art of freestyling. On the wheels are HHS founders Warren Peace and DJ Pizzo, [cont.]
“Dial the seven digits, call up Bridget, Her man’s a midget, plus she got friends, Yo, I can dig it,” Opio rhymed on the 1993 title track from the Souls of Mischief debut album, ’93 ‘Til Infinity, an album regarded by many as a certified hip-hop classic during an era when much of rap music [cont.]
It’s a sad state of affairs when your favorite hip-hop artists begin their travels on the downward spiral. It happens to almost everyone at some point, usually following a slew of classic releases, just look at the drop in popularity of acts like Ice Cube or Public Enemy. And let’s not forget Big Daddy - we’ve seen [cont.]
Acting as the first single from Industry’s upcoming Process Of Elimination album, Kool DJ EQ grabs a few acclaimed lyricists once again. Souls of Mischief “Airborne Rangers” sports different production than we are used to from the Souls, but still sounds cool. “Groundbreaking” pits Swollen Members Vs. a Kool DJ EQ track. Eq’s production is ever [cont.]
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