With Johnny Depp (as Mr. Stench) handling the narrating duties, Kae State enlists Steven Mossberg (Kno’s Graveyard, Nemo Achida’s Stoop Music) for his latest video. Taken off Rob Jackson and Jup’s Collective Bargaining as well as Kae State’s The Soundtrack.
After tornados ravaged through the state of Kentucky (and other South/Midwest areas of the US) earlier this month, Rob Jackson and Da’Mon “Jup” Norris gathered Deacon the Villan and Natti (of CunninLynguists) and Courtney Campbell for a song of hope and inspiration. The song — which was recorded at Saint Claire Recording Studios in Lexington, KY — is now available on iTunes with all proceeds going to Kentucky Cares (which supports the relief efforts of the American Red Cross.
DC takes it back to the Golden Era on the first leak off his upcoming album, Heart Of A King.
Basically this song is ode to the “golden era” of hip hop when an artist’s concentration was on dope lyrics & great music. When your “cool” was defined by who you are and not changing who you are to try and find your “cool”. Dedicated to MCs that still focus on that pen & pad game. Lyrical, rap shit.
Blame it on Shake | January 04, 2012 | Comments Off
Hip hop for charity! And while I’d love to sit here and speak on how dope this entire project is, I feel it’s best to leave it up to Shaun King (up top) and you’re own merits by checking the official website.