Something classy like San Diego, from Ras’ Barmegeddon which is out now.
The pimp, the player and the mack get together on this track off Term’s Hood Politics 7, dropping April 5th.
Crooked I recently sat down with Ras Kass and Cypress Hill’s B-Real on C.O.B. Radio. Up top, Ras Kass talks about his latest project Barmageddon, traveling the world at a young age, Chris Dorner, working with Crook on past projects and more. After the jump, B-Real reflects on Cypress Hill’s underlying message and how the conscious decision was made not to glorify the gangster lifestyle but to provide listeners understanding and personal insight through their music. He also speaks on DJ Muggs’ production credits, his contributions towards Cypress Hill’s albums and explains why he’s one of the best to ever do it.
Absolute death at Stephen A. Smith’s comments on Michael Jordan’s sartorial choices as of late. Anyways, enjoy this collaboration between two West Coast stalwarts and the Floridian producer.
Now that I’ve gotten your attention, you can listen to the first leak from Reef and Grazz’ You Asked For It tape.
West Coast legend Ras Kass sat down with us (LA Stereo and RapGenius) in LA a little while ago to discuss his work. He has A LOT to tell us about this best-known song “Nature of the Threat”. The tune provides an alternative take on the world hisotry, and Ras broke down for us how it came to be. Watch to see the research, secrets and lies that led to its creation.
For those unfamiliar, hit the jump…
With the likes of Kendrick Lamar, Immortal Technique, Freeway, Saigon, Crooked I, Kurupt, Snoop Whatever He Calls Himself This Week, Planet Asia and Chace Infinite (among others) making appearances, this is Ras’ most ambitious project in quite some time. Tracklist and link down bottom.
Ras is currently working on a new EP, P.U.M.A., which will see the light of day sooner than later. Until then, enjoy these new visuals off Ras and Doc Hollywood’s Spit No Evil project.
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Here’s the second single off the German duo’s upcoming The Good Life dropping Nov. 6th.
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Directed by Rusty Rayburn for ViralVisuals.com. Scratches by DJ Rhettmatic.
PUMA (Pushing Underground Music Always) is the name of the new project from Ras Kass, and “Sushi” is the first offering from it.
Off DM’s upcoming album, Evolution.