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tame-one
1 February, 2012 8:33 pm

In promotion of El Da Sensei’s Nu World Remix EP, which is now available on iTunes, the Nu Jeru legend reunites with his Artifacts cohorts Tame One & DJ Kaos for the !llmind Remix of “Everyday In The Street”. Directed by Monstar Films, this video signifies the first time that all three Boom Skwad members [cont.]

1 February, 2012 8:08 pm

In promotion of El Da Sensei’s Nu World Remix EP, which is now available on iTunes, the Nu Jeru legend reunites with his Artifacts cohorts Tame One & DJ Kaos for the !llmind Remix of “Everyday In The Street”. Directed by Monstar Films, this video signifies the first time that all three Boom Skwad members [cont.]

10 November, 2011 4:21 pm

For El Da Sensei’s latest collaborative effort, he gets some help from his Artifacts partner in rhyme Tame-One and New Jeru’s first lady, Rah Digga for the !llmind Remix of “Everyday In The Street”. As featured on The Nu World Remix EP, which drops next Tuesday (11.15.11), this song signifies the first time that El, [cont.]

28 April, 2011 10:00 pm

Trailer for the recently released “Bring Da Noise 2” compilation album from European beatmaker Oyoshe AKA Oyobeats. Boom Bap production with a guest list that includes; Tame One, OGC, Blaq Poet, C Rayz Walz, Donald D, Craig G, Block McCloud, Vast Aire, Chief Kamachi, Maylay Sparks and many others. Check it out.

8 September, 2010 4:01 pm

HHS: One thing I’ve always noticed about you is your consistency. In all of your releases you have a trademark sound and seem to know who you are. A lot of artists try to re-invent themselves, even with success, what keeps you consistent? El The Sensei: I think it’s really just the formula that I [cont.]

8 July, 2009 11:44 am

Taken from Tame’s Acid Tab Vocab LP. –

15 October, 2008 7:20 am

“Inspired by The Wire…the Brick City New Jeru Avon Barksdale…” First off, we have to give credit to any MC who references HBO’s The Wire.  There’s no reason for the hip-hop world not to be obsessed with the show (except maybe for it’s porous fifth season and difficult to get through second, but that’s another matter).  [cont.]

29 June, 2005 12:00 am

     One of the few artists able to reinvent himself after his major label prime had passed, former Artifacts member Tame-One successfully aligned himself with the right artists on his Eastern Conference debut, When Rappers Attack. Enlisting producers RJD2, J-Zone, Camu Tao, and DJ Mighty Mi, Tame updated his sound to match today’s underground standard, [cont.]

2 March, 2005 12:00 am

HHS: First off, how’s the tour going? Tame One: It’s going real well!!  Brycon, Dusted Dons and I have been tearing spots down; the crowds have really been feeling us. HHS: After a brief hiatus in between your Artifacts split and solo-debut (When Rappers Attack), you’ve really been on the grind lately, first the collaborative [cont.]

10 August, 2004 12:00 am

     This isn’t the first time that either Cage or Tame One were paired up with another emcee to trade mics with (Smut Peddlers, Nighthawks, Artifacts), but surprisingly, this could actually be the most interesting of their respective collaborations yet. Paired together as The Leak Bros, Cage and Tame deliver Waterworld, a fourteen-track opus all [cont.]

10 May, 2004 12:00 am

Stardate: May 2nd 2004 Time: 14:00 Cage and Tame One, collectively known as the Leak Bros, are hard at work within the walls of Mighty Mi’s home. I’ve been talking back and forth with Mighty Mi attempting to schedule an interview in between the two’s intense recording sessions. Finally, after finagling a Sunday interview, Cage [cont.]

1 April, 2003 12:00 am

When The Artifacts separated, little did we all know, but the community of hip-hop, then seemingly segregated in its own right (via media drummed coastal wars), was on the precipice of its own departure. Few have shown strength in longevity throughout the years, sadly disappearing from their fans grasps before truly coming of age.  As [cont.]

24 February, 2003 12:00 am

HHS: Its been six years since you split with El and everyone pretty much associates you as being an Artifact, since the break-up has it been challenging for you to break that correlation? Tame: Only to the media.  Everyone else accepts it and don’t/won’t even bring his name up in my presence.  Individually we started [cont.]

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