PH describes MCMI Report’s ongoing event, The Classic: A 90s Hip Hop Revival   no comments

Posted at 10:31 am in Music

PH talks about the ongoing MCMI Report showcase, The Classic: A 90s Hip Hop Revival. In an attempt to keep the most popular era of hip hop music alive, MCMI Report organizes events with the most talented and influential artists in the hip hop community. Recent shows have included The Artifacts, Juggaknots, Scienz Of Life, Rah Digga, The Beatnuts, Jeru The Damaja, Royal Flush, Heltah Skeltah, Brand Nubian, Cella Dwellas, and many others. Stay updated at MCMIReport.com for more information.

PH comments on the growth of the battle rap community   no comments

Posted at 10:05 am in Music

Brooklyn emcee PH shares his memories of rap battles in New York City and how emcees would battle on the street corner. Now that battle rap events are packing venues with thousands of fans, PH hopes that the originality of the culture is not compromised by the corporate world attempting to capitalize on the sport.

Written by rapisouttacontrol on April 15th, 2014

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CF, Immortal Technique, & Torae freestyle on Rap Is Outta Control   no comments

Posted at 9:54 am in Music

Jersey City emcee CF aka Constant Flow show & proved his skills at Rap Is Outta Control with a freestyle alongside Immortal Technique and Torae. Look for his upcoming album, Ascension, on Viper Records.

Royal Flush describes Grand Capo album with producer Grand Papa Tra   no comments

Posted at 10:32 am in Music

Queens emcee Royal Flush talks about his recently released album, Grand Capo. The project is produced entirely by Grand Papa Tra of Switzerland, and features Mic Geronimo, Lil Fame, Sean Price, Illa Ghee, Nutso, and more. Grand Capo is available on limited double vinyl, CD, and digital, and can be purchased here.

PH & Royal Flush freestyle on Rap Is Outta Control   no comments

Posted at 9:59 am in Music

Brooklyn emcee PH and Queens emcee Royal Flush stop by Rap Is Outta Control to talk about their latest projects and drop a freestyle for the listeners. Check it out here.

Buckshot explains Backpack Travels album with P-Money, Joey Bada$$, CJ Fly, & T’nah Apex   no comments

Posted at 10:17 am in Music

Duck Down Music’s own Buckshot describes his latest project with New Zealand producer P-Money. The album is called Backpack Travels and it represents the culture of backpacks & boots that Buckshot grew up wearing as it was important to be original and unique in hip hop culture. Backpack Travels features Brooklyn emcees CJ Fly, Joey Bada$$, T’nah Apex, and more. Also, check out Buckshot’s T3 sneaker, available here.

Buckshot announces T3 sneaker from Triple Threat USA   no comments

Posted at 10:05 am in Music

Buckshot, frontman of Black Moon and co-founder of Duck Down Music, has stepped in the footwear industry with Triple Threat USA. Much like his music ventures, Buckshot is releasing the sneakers independently and direct to consumers. The first addition to Triple Threat is called T3 and will be released on April 20, 2014. Check out more information here.

Natural Elements explains recording The NEp with Charlemagne and Scram Jones   no comments

Posted at 10:00 am in Music

NYC hip hop group Natural Elements talk about their newest project, The NEp and how they approached it since they first began recording in 1993. Production was kept in-house with friends Charlemagne and Scram Jones and you can purchase The NEp here.

Natural Elements recaps on 20 years as a hip hop group   no comments

Posted at 10:48 am in Music

Hip hop group Natural Elements surfaced on the scene in 1993 with members Anthony Cruz, Swigga Da Don, and Mr. VooDoo. The trio stopped by Rap Is Outta Control to talk about what has changed in 20 years and how they approach their craft differently. Surprisingly, much of their creative process is exactly the same. Purchase the group’s latest project, The NEp.

Natural Elements freestyle on Rap Is Outta Control   no comments

Posted at 9:00 am in Music

New York City hip hop group Natural Elements showed up at Rap Is Outta Control to promote their new project, The NEp. After 20 years, the three emcees are still recording together as a group. Check out this freestyle and purchase The NEp here.