“I live rugged, do what I want, do what I want / ’till I kick the bucket,” echo Matter Ov Fact and EP of the NY hip-hop duo, The Doppelgangaz. Peace Kehd, their recently released album, has been a success with both fans and critics alike. In their video for “Live Rugged,” premiered by The [cont.]
You might not be familiar with The Doppelgangaz, but they are four albums deep, with a rapidly expanding fanbase, despite no mainstream radio play. This is largely because this black and white, hooded duo of Ep and Matt Of Fact have tapped into the lost 90′s hip-hop sound, which comes through in their beats, their [cont.]
The second release from Peace Kehd, dropping 2/18/14.
The Doppelgangaz will release their 7th album on February 18th, and today we have a full album stream of the project.
The second release off Peace Kehd dropping 2/18/14 on Groggy Pack Entertainment, LLC.
The first release from Peace Kehd, dropping Feb. 18. The Gang gets their dance on and goes ice skating for the first time. Directed by The Doppelgangaz.
Rapper/producers EP and Matter Ov Fact, together known as the New York duo The Doppelgangaz, release a brand new track today on Noisey. The drizzly, chill “Holla x 2″ is the lead single from their upcoming album, titled Peace Kehd, to be released February of next year. Diehard Dopp fans will not be disappointed, as [cont.]
From Marco Polo’s LP, PA2: The Director’s Cut available now via Soulspazm Records, with exclusive vinyl courtesy of Slice of Spice. The album features appearances from Talib Kweli, DJ Premier, Posdnuos, Masta Ace, Kardinal Offishall, Styles P, Lil Fame, Alchemist, Oh No, MC Eiht, King Tee, Michael Rapport, Large Professor, Inspectah Deck, Rah Digga, Slaine, [cont.]
Another self-directed clip from The Doppelgangaz’s Hark, as recently reviewed here.
New self-directed clip from The Doppelgangaz HARK, available now.
While the 90′s are often referred to as hip-hop’s golden era, the dark, sample heavy beats that dominated New York rap at the time is a sound long lost. While artists like Joey Bada$$ and Action Bronson have successfully sprinkled that sound into today’s style, a lesser popular crew called The Doppelgangaz have embraced the [cont.]
Today, The Doppelgangaz are releasing their new album, HARK. The 12-track project, out via the group’s Groggy Pack Entertainment label, is the first official album since 2011′s Lone Sharks, and musically, the project continues to assert The Doppelgangaz, comprised of rapper/producer’s Matter Ov Fact and EP, as part of the up-and-coming group of standard bearers [cont.]
Buzzworthy retro-90′s crew The Doppelgangaz will release their new album, Hark, on March 12th, and today they give us a full stream of the 12-track release.
Off Beats for Brothels, Vol. 2. Makin’ capes dope.
NYC crew that Apathy put us on to. Check the video for “Suppository” as well. Both taken from their mixtape, Lone Sharks available now.
Witness the Black Cloak Lifestyle. Off 2012: The New Beginning. Directed by The Doppelgangaz. The Doppelgangaz – “2012: The New Beginning”
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