directed by Marcus Mizelle
Now that Johaz and Exile’s Dag Savage connection is available on iTunes, Dirty Science has liberated the Aloe Blacc assisted “When It Rains” for your listening pleasure.
Directed by Dave Wilson.
Off Evidence’s Cats & Dogs LP.
Aloe Blacc lends his soulful vocals to a record that will live on Australia’s deepfunk outfit’s upcoming fifth studio album, Medicine Man, due out June 1st. Spotted at SB.
One of the most feel-good records off Aloe Blacc’s Good Things LP gets the visual treatment. Also, hit the jump for a 2dope mixtape from Paris DJs which features a collection of joints from Blacc’s extensive (and quite overlooked) catelog.
Directed by Woodworks.
Directed by Jason Goldwatch.
The title track off the Dilated member’s latest solo effort gets the visual treatment.
In a sitdown with Exlaim.ca, Exile confirms that his and Blu’s follow up to Below the Heavens is pretty much done, with as little as three songs left for completion. In other great news, Exile also says that him and Aloe Blacc are back at it and another Emanon project is on it’s way.
Aloe’s rapping again. It’s definitely a little darker, a little more mature than the last record [2005's The Waiting Room].
For now, be sure to cop Exile’s latest album, 4TRK Mind, right here.
With the release of Cats & Dogs just around the corner (9/27), Ev will be dropping these preview videos with short insight behind each track. Up first is the album’s intro with Aloe Blacc on the hook and Alchemist on the beat.
More visuals from Aloe Blacc’s excellent Good Things, which is available now.
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Rappers, take note: this (and Cee-Lo Green) is how you make a successful transition over to singing.
DOWNLOAD: Aloe Blacc – Tonight, Downtown [via Tanqueray]