Phil Ade’s take on De La Soul’s Dilla-produced “Much More” gets some matching visuals.
Directed by Jerome D.
The DMV native is inspired by the Queens legend in this track off his upcoming R.O.S.E. project, which will see the light of day in July.
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Phil is working on a new project, R.O.S.E, which he plans on dropping in late May/early June. For the first single he links up with the underground king.
Our nation’s capital was host to the inaugural Broccoli City Festival, and the Mississippi hero brought out a few special guests during his high-energy performance.
Two very underrated artists (in my opinion) get together for this banger (which eerily sounds like it was, ahem, “inspired” by the works of Taylor Gang producer Cardo… but I digress). We need more of this, guys.
Radio Raheem keeps his jackin’ for beats wave rolling, as he and Phil Ade revision John Legend’s “Tonight (Best You Ever Had).” Take a listen after the jump and look out for both Phil’s R.O.S.E. and Raheem’s A Place Called Loveland projects in the near future.
The premiere episode of his tour vlog finds Phil hitting Annapolis, MD and Vienna, VA as part of Rockie Fresh’s Electric Highway Tour. Check here for cities/dates and links to get your tickets.
Phil & Dee flip Dom Kennedy’s My Type of Party (off Dom’s upcoming Yellow Album).
In light of announcing his new album (R.O.S.E. Result of Society’s Evil, Fall 2012), Phil Ade rocks over French Montana’s feature-heavy single.
Phil Ade explains the title of his new project R.O.S.E: “With this project i want to give listeners an in-depth look at how some of the negative influences in society, mainly in media, has affected not just me, but my generation as a whole. Every person is a R.O.S.E. that realizes these evils and either responds positively or negatively, but in just about all cases a little bit of both.”
Black Cobain and Phil Ade try their hands at Nicki Minaj’s “Beez In The Trap” with an in-studio music video. Cobain’s Cheers mixtape is available for download now.
Directed by Jerome D.
Missed this a few days ago when it dropped. My apologies. Want the audio? Grab that #PhilAdeFridayII mixtape.