Last night, Rocki Evans and Cobaine Ivory rocked the BET Music Matters stage at SOBs in New York City. Before getting into “Nora Jones” (from their Religion EP) the duo performed a cover of Amy Winehouse’s Back to Black single.
After taking a stab at blending CharlieRED’s “Could Be” with J Dilla’s “The Wind” for “Could.Be.The.Wind,” PSImDope decided to blend Rocki Evans and Cobaine Ivory’s entire Religion EP with some of her favorite Dilla beats. The end result? Religious.Donuts. Stream/download after the jump.
Directed by Nicole Januarie.
My favorite track off Rocki Evans and producer Cobaine Ivory’s Religion EP gets the visual treatment. And if you’re for some reason still sleeping on this incredible duo, take some time to get to know them right here.
GQ’s Death Threats & Love Notes: The Prelude also drops March 26th. Clear some hard drive space, folks, it’s going to be a long Tuesday.
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Rocki Evans and Cobaine Ivory team up with Nicole Januarie to release a EPK-style visual that helps give viewers an inside look at the greatness that is CharlieRED.
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In case you didn’t know, Rocki Evans and producer Cobaine Ivory are the two behind the greatness that is CharlieRED. And with that bit of info, the duo finally drop off their 10-track project. Led by the 2dope singles “Radiant Child” and “Kansas,” Religion is here. Take a leap over the jump to stream/download.
After hearing this Fresh Chuck produced beat one time, Rocki Evans hit the booth instantly and came up with what you can hear below.
Rich Kidd’s sixth volume of his We On Some Rich Kidd Shit is set to drop this Thursday (August 2nd), and this banger (also slated to be on THURZ’ upcoming mixtape 517 W Queen Tape) will be one of the many highlights on it.
I don’t know what Hope Wright’s been up to lately, but hopefully it’s working on a follow-up to last year’s Believe In Hope Wright. One of that album’s songs gets a sequel, featuring a couple familiar faces.