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vast aire
21 March, 2010 4:25 pm

New tracks from Sadat X as he readies for his new release, Wild Cowboys II. Sadat released a 10 track EP earlier in the year which contained five new tracks and the instrumentals. These tracks were not on the EP and have not been released as of yet. “Pray features Umi, M-1 (of Dead Prez), [cont.]

15 July, 2008 6:12 am

When Cannibal Ox dropped their Def Jux classic, The Cold Vein, in 2001, people were instantly looking for more from the group. Despite being an independent classic, there hasn’t been anything close to a full on follow-up outside of a few team-ups Marvel-style since. Vast Aire struck out on his own and put out his [cont.]

27 April, 2005 12:00 am

In anticipation of Vast Aire and DJ Mighty Mi’s release of The Best Damn Rap Show, which was released on 4-5-05, we politicked with Vast and Mi to discuss their respective “Best Of’s”; let the healthy debates over their answers ensue! HHS: What’s the best damn Indy rap record of all time? Mighty Mi: Wu-Tang [cont.]

13 April, 2005 12:00 am

     It was inevitable. Vast Aire and Mighty Mi just had to do an album together. The styles just fit together. Mighty Mi’s incredible work behind the boards coupled with Vast Aire’s lingering flow sounds like a good fit, right? Well, that is the attempt made here with a cool collection of scathing taunts coupled [cont.]

9 May, 2004 12:00 am

    In the year of the space odyssey, Vast Aire, along with fellow emcee Vordul (Of Cannibal Ox), teamed up as Cannibal Ox  to release The Cold Vein . As the first full-length release on Def Jux, Vast and Vordul were blessed with wall-to-wall production from El-P, which easily made this one of the label’s [cont.]

20 April, 2004 12:00 am

ETHX:  First question, you got all the material done for the album considering it’s dropping real soon? VAST: The album is done. It’s real good. It comes out April 20th on Chocolate Industries, it’s called “Look Mom, No Hands,” and it’s crazy, man. ETHX:  What is the reasoning for choosing “Look Mom, No Hands” as the [cont.]

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