Visuals for Fame’s newest artist, Cool Hand Lukey featuring Fame himself and Ghetto Millionaire Royal Flush. Peace to DJ Skizz & Fame. Salute!
Splash helps take us back to the 90′s by liberating a new joint from a few familiar names.
Royal Flush and S-Dub join Nutso on the first leak off his upcoming Behind the Bars EP.
At the end of an extended conversation (w/ Inspire Mag, shown above) with Royal Flush and SMKA about their new Stankonia Sessions compilation (which features Killer Mike, THURZ, Jon Connor, Fashawn, 9th Wonder, Phil Ade, Freeway, Rapper Big Pooh, etc and is available here), word “slips out” (at the 22:48 mark) that Big Boi’s first single off his next album will feature Little Dragon. Dope!
During Atlanta’s recent A3C Hip Hop Festival, Grooveshark teamed up with the legendary Stankonia Studios and the Royal Flush/SMKA production teams to create an exclusive mixtape. The project features original songs from artists playing the festival as well as some hometown heroes, and will be available November 16 to stream for free exclusively on Grooveshark. The tracks will be accompanied by several behind the scenes videos featuring the artists and production teams creating the songs from start to finish. Artists who participated in the project include 9th Wonder, Killer Mike, Ying Yang Twins, Aleon Craft, Fashawn, Rapsody, Freeway, Thurzday, and many more.
Oh, wow. I remember these two guys. Anyways, this cut is off of Mic Geronimo’s recently released Lone Wolf EP, now available via iTunes
Chicago was blessed with the first show during this year’s Rock the Bells festival and one of the acts that came through was the Slaughterhouse machine. Here is some footage that my man Mickey found. Above they perform a track called Killer (w/o the hook) and Onslaught. Then after the jump you can check their salute to MJ, Fight Club, Royce’s Boom (part 2), Joe Budden’s Pump It Up and Woodstock Hood Hop with M.O.P. (part 3)…
Wow, remember these two guys? This track is off some compilation called Mass Movementz: The Album, which has quite possibly every 90s indie rapper ever making a guest appearance. And because I’m not really caring to crudely make a Photoshop image of the two, enjoy ol’ girl up top.