Producer Marco Polo explains how the single “G.U.R.U.” came to fruition with Talib Kweli and cuts by DJ Premier. The song is a dedication to the late Guru of Gang Starr and is the lead single to Marco’s 2013 album, Port Authority 2.
Producer Marco Polo talks about his 2013 collaboration album with Hannibal Stax, called Seize The Day. Hannibal Stax is from Gang Starr Foundation and this album is in addition to Marco’s solo projects Newport Authority 2 and album Port Authority 2.
R.A. The Rugged Man talks with DJ Eclipse and D-Stroy about his new album, Legends Never Die, and the guest features. R.A. also comments on improving your craft each year in order to stay ahead of the competition. Purchase Legends Never Die here.
Suffolk County emcee and underground hip hop legend R.A. The Rugged Man talks with D-Stroy about the Crustified Dibbs comic book when R.A.’s career first began. Pre-order R.A.’s upcoming album, Legends Never Die, here.
Rapper/actor Realm Reality, aka Rick Gonzalez, talks about his years of persistence to build a successful music career and Prodigy being a mentor to him. Download Realm’s album In The Grind We Trust.
Blacastan and Motive of Demigodz kick some rhymes at Sirius XM’s Rap Is Outta Control. Purchase the Demigodz album KILLmatic here.
Blacastan and Motive of Demigodz talk features on the Demigodz new album KILLmatic. Appearances include Marco Polo, Chumzilla, Termanology, Snowgoons, R.A. The Rugged Man, Planetary, DJ Premier, and more. Purchase KILLmatic here.
Motive and Blacastan of Demigodz talk about their upcoming solo projects. Motive’s album is titled D.N.A. and Blacastan is wrapping up an album with Reef The Lost Cauze. Purchase KILLmatic by Demigodz here.
ILL BILL speaks on his new album The Grimy Awards. He comments on the meaning behind the album title, making a conceptual solo album as opposed to a group album, paying homage to his influences, and bonus material available. Purchase The Grimy Awards here.
ILL BILL, DJ Eclipse, & Torae talk production from Pete Rock, Large Professor, & DJ Premier no comments
ILL BILL talks with DJ Eclipse and Torae about why more artists don’t release albums with production from the super-producers Pete Rock, Large Professor, and DJ Premier. The all-star production lineup was first seen on Nas’ Illmatic in 1994, followed by Non Phixion’s The Future Is Now in 2002, and most recently on Torae’s For The Record in 2011. In 2013, ILL BILL brings back the all-star production lineup on his new album The Grimy Awards.