Video by Vital Films. Directed By Matt Hobbs. Free download of the track below. The single, instrumental, acapella, and a bonus track, “Walk the Walk” are available for retail on all digital outlets.
Long-time collaborators The Grouch & Eligh, formerly of the Living Legends collective, have teamed up with electronic music sensation Pretty Lights for their new song and video “All These Lights”. Directed by Sean Michael Williams and Gus Winkelman and produced by Hubtuit, the video debuts a new technique called “lyric-lapsing.” Users of Vine may recognize [cont.]
From the upcoming album, Shadowboxing. Check out tour dates below. 10/4 — Fulton 55 — Fresno, CA 10/5 — The Mezzanine — San Francisco, CA 10/6 — Ace of Spades — Sacramento, CA 10/11 — Senator Theater — Chico, CA 10/13 — The Catalyst — Santa Cruz, CA 10/16 — WOW Hall — Eugene, OR [cont.]
Completed while on the “How The Grouch Stole Christmas” tour, Zion I, The Grouch, Eligh, and Evidence pay Primo a ‘lil nod on this one. Eric B in 2012!
Eligh & Amp Live’s “Therapy At 3″ album release is quickly approaching. On November 15th, fans will see the worldwide release of the album which pairs two legendary West Coast crews, The Living Legends and Zion-I to come together with their respective members, Eligh of Living Legends and Amp Live of Zion-I. Today, enjoy the [cont.]
First leak from Headnodic’s Red Line Radio, due 07-26-11 on Brick Records. LISTEN: Headnodic – “Turn Your Radio Up” (feat. Mr. Lif, Gift Of Gab, The Grouch) Headnodic – “Turn Your Radio Up” (feat. Mr. Lif, Gift Of Gab, The Grouch) Album tracklist below: 1. You Can Call It That (the introduction) 2. Red Line [cont.]
Directed by: Pete Lee | Filmed by: Mike Sato for http://satostudio.com. From the album Heroes In The Healing Of The Nation, available now.
Zion I and The Grouch will unite with Blu for the Healing Of The Nation tour, along with The Shotgun Wedding Quartet, spreading over 27 dates. Blu will appear on all west coast dates.
Zion I and The Grouch will join forces for a second time with the March 22 release of Heroes In The Healing Of The Nation. A follow-up to Heroes In The City of Dope, the album will focus on issues facing the entire country, rather than just their own backyard, produced entirely by Amp Live [cont.]
“How The Grouch Stole Christmas” theme song live at The Wild Buffalo in Bellingham, Washington. Featuring The Grouch, Brother Ali, Eligh and Los Rakas. The theme song was produced by the by Rhymesayers.
Second video from The Grouch’s 2009, “Three Eyes Off The Time”. Video by Matt Hobbs for Vital Films.
The Grouch speaks on the release of his new track, “Weight Of The World” taken from his forthcoming LP, Three Eyes Off The Time. He felt the urgency to release it now, with Guru’s passing, as it incorporates lines from “Who’s Gonna Take The Weight”. He writes: Guru from Gang Starr passed today. It’s also [cont.]
New track from the full length album Return 2 The Love. In February, a 6 track EP was released with the same title. The plan at that time was to release the Free EP and continue to work on the album titled Return To Eternia. But as it turned out they had more tracks then [cont.]
1st video from The Grouch’s Three Eyes Off The Time project. Produced by DJ Fresh. Video by Matt Hobbs/Vital Films.
Brand new free EP release from Sunspot Jonz and Lucky.I.Am, collectively known as Mystik Journeymen. Billed as a gift for Valentine’s Day, the price is right… download it for free below. Guest shots include the mighty Murs, The Grouch, Scarub, and Kirby Dominant. The Legends live on…. TRACKLIST: 1. Return 2 The Love 2. People [cont.]
Writing this review I’m reminded of the fact that I live in the Midwest where it’s winter nearly 7 months out of the year. When listening to something like The Grouch’s new LP Show You the World it has a certain California feel that just feels different then the music that comes out of the [cont.]
Grouch representing Cali and the mighty Living Legends Crew, (still Independent and loving it) seems greatly influenced by the early Hieroglyphic sound. In fact, sometimes you would swear that you were listening to Del. In a quest to bring it a little different, Grouch cleverly implements an assortment of instruments into one concise package. Buckle up, [cont.]
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