In preparation of the release of Yasiin and Mannie Fresh’s upcoming LP, OMFGOD, we are blessed with the first leak, Black Jesus over some minimalist Mannie Fresh production. 2Fresh, 2Dope. Hit the jump for a video of Yasiin performing the song in Phoenix, Arizona.
I originally took a few months off from digging to shift my focus on jumping out of planes for fun, but as any digger knows, once you get that bug, it never leaves you. It becomes a part of who you are. Before I took time off from looking through dingy crates, I started to get a little lazy with it, so when I made my return, I went straight to the overstock bins underneath where I found stackloads of gems. One lucky find is the album Maybe (pictured above) by The Three Degrees which I found SEALED. Granted, it’s not the rarest record but I was glad I found it in mint condition, especially considering the story of how it made it’s way all the way out to Hawaii. Enjoy the two cuts below, sampled by two of Hip-Hop’s greatest producers. Shameless plug: Instagram – @Justice__67.
Here’s a short compilation clip of The Beatjunkies tearing shit up on the 1s & 2s at SXSW, mixed in with the Hieroglyphics crew rocking and Diamond D doing an all 45 set. Down botton is a link to Shortkut & Rhettmatic’s live SXSW mix as well.
Black Hippy was in full effect headlining Paid Dues 2013 last night in San Bernardino, California. Watch footage of Kendrick performing “Bitch, Don’t Kill My Vibe (rmx),” “Money Trees” with Jay Rock, ScHoolboy Q performing “Yay Yay” as well as the entire Black Hippy performing “Black Lip Bastard.”
The M.O.B.B. reunited at Paid Dues 2013 last night in San Bernardino, California and Prodigy and Havoc shared the stage together performing a medley of their classics including footage of “Shook Ones pt.2″ and “Survival Of The Fittest” which you can watch in case you did not attend the annual hip-hop festival last night.
Produced by Sonny Digital – the guy behind one of the most ignorantly hilarious songs I’ve ever heard in recent memory – this creative clip serves as the first offering from Bobby Ray’s new album, which will drop soon.