Another one from Linkin Park’s Recharged remix LP, featuring guest verses from Cody B. Ware and Styles Of Beyond’s Ryu. Not quite a Fort Minor reunion, but close. “Fort Minor, we major / let’s take it to phase 2 / I’ve been on the internet / Hearing fans talk / maybe we should consider it.”
On 3-5-2013, the Demigodz (Apathy, Celph Titled, Ryu of Styles Of Beyond, Esoteric, Motive, Blacastan) will release there first official full-length LP, KILLMatic, and it will feature appearances from RA The Rugged Man, Termanology, Panchi (of NYG’z), Planetary (of Outerspace), Scoop Deville & Eternia with production from DJ Premier, Marco Polo, The Snowgoons, Apathy, Teddy [cont.]
LA’s Styles Of Beyond have been putting it down since the birth of the independent hip-hop movement, which saw the release of their fan favorite albums, 2000 Fold (1998) and Megadef (2003). The SOB’s caught the ear of Linkin Park’s Mike Shinoda, who invited them to be a part of his Fort Minor offshoot project, [cont.]
After years of delays, Styles of Beyond’s 3rd album “Reseda Beach” is now available on iTunes and CD at demigodzstore.com – And what better way to celebrate with an Aqua-produced track from the album featuring fellow Demigodz brother Celph Titled. The LP is executive produced by Linkin Park’s Mike Shinoda and also features Apathy, Scoop [cont.]
Los Angeles hip-hop heroes, Styles of Beyond, return to bring you their long awaited third album entitled “Reseda Beach” which will be released on 10-23-2012 via Dirty Version Records and its executive produced by Linkin Park/Fort Minor’s Mike Shinoda. The first leak from the project made you say “Damn,” as SOB linked up with Grammy-Award [cont.]
Los Angeles hip-hop heroes, Styles of Beyond, return to bring you their long awaited third album entitled Reseda Beach which will be released on 10-23-2012 via Dirty Version Records and its executive produced by Linkin Park/For Minor’s Mike Shinoda. The first leak from the project made you say “Damn,” as SOB linked up with Grammy-Award [cont.]
Styles Of Beyond member Ryu revealed via Instagram that the release of their long-awaited album, Reseda Beach, will also come with a bonus disc. The disc will feature individual tracks from the group’s classic Razor Tag mixtape, which originally was produced to set up buzz for the release of Reseda Beach, plus some unreleased songs. [cont.]
If you can judge how “gnarly” or “tubular” a rap group is based on the length between album releases, then Styles of Beyond shreds brah! The S.O.B. Crew was conceived nearly sixteen years ago and since then has only released two full length albums. But while others may drop records quicker, so shall they fall. [cont.]
Los Angeles hip-hop heroes, Styles of Beyond, return to bring you their long awaited third album entitled Reseda Beach which will be released on 10-23-2012 via Dirty Version Records. To set things off properly, it seems there was this song laying around featuring guest vocals from Grammy award winner Michael Bublé that was originally recorded [cont.]
Styles of Beyond’s Reseda Beach has been in the works since 2007, the follow-up to their last LP, Megadef. After a short stint with Mike Shinoda’s Fort Minor project, the project has been in development for years now, having tracks recorded with Celph Titled, RZA, Apathy, Micheal Buble (!), and Holly Brook (aka Skylar Grey) [cont.]
Get Busy Committee is Ryu (Styles of Beyond, Fort Minor), Apathy (Demigodz, Army of The Pharoahs) and Scoop Deville (son of Kid Frost, producer of Snoop’s “I Wanna Rock”). Despite the group only officially forming one year ago, the trio have managed to use their past experience to cultivate a solid sound, at once a [cont.]
why i am the baddest deejay known to mankind from them too photography on Vimeo. The Styles of Beyond, Get Busy Committee, and Fort Minor deejay markets himself hard.
Apathy, Ryu of Styles of Beyond and producer Scoop Deville have teamed up to form The Get Busy Committee, which is sort of throwback group project which Ap describes as “havin’ fun, doing some different shit”. They released their first track, “Little Razor Blade” in January via YouTube, which should give you an idea of [cont.]
After garnering major-props for their breakthrough debut, 2000 Fold, Styles of Beyond (Ryu, Takbir, and DJ Cheapshot) went splitsville shortly thereafter due to internal conflicts that arose after their deal with the Dust Brothers fledgling imprint went awry. Now reunited and on their own imprint (Spytech), S.O.B. is back with an LP, Megadef, that with the [cont.]
How did you come to this point? Tak: My background is with me and Cheapshot [Styles of Beyond DJ]. We did little talent shows, little demos. Around the first semester of college, I met Ryu…Another guy we knew introduced us and we ended up going to the parking lot and listened to some instrumentals. I [cont.]
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