Homeboy Sandman, Deca and Randy Mason bodied it last week up on RIOC. Click the link to see the video footage of the freestyle session. Homeboy Sandman has a new album “Still Champion” entirely produced by Deca. The album is available everywhere on all streaming platforms. …
Mazzi & Homeboy Sandman | Freestyle
Here’s the freestyle session from Mazzi (S.O.U.L. Purpose) and Homeboy Sandman from their visit to RIOC. Make sure to pick up Mazzi & Tac’s “S.O.U.L. Broke Forever” EP and Sandman’s “Dusty” album which are both out now.
Homeboy Sandman talks Kindness For Weakness album | Interview
Homeboy Sandman released his latest album, Kindness For Weakness, on Stones Throw Records and came to Rap Is Outta Control to share his thoughts on the project. It’s his third album on the label and derives from his own insights “mistaking kindness for weakness is…
Scrooge Owens, Homeboy Sandman, & A-F-R-O | Freestyle
DJ Eclipse hosted an eclectic group of emcees in this episode of Rap Is Outta Control. Homeboy Sandman represents Queens, NY and the label Stones Throw Records. Scrooge Owens is an emcee from the Bronx, NY representing the group Ghostland Dynasty. Finally, A-F-R-O is an…
Homeboy Sandman talks Hallways album and making timeless music
Homeboy Sandman stops by Rap Is Outta Control to discuss his latest album, Hallways. With 12 tracks and 11 featured producers, Sandman gets more versatile from one song to the next, just like all his prior albums. In this video, he comments on making “hot…
Homeboy Sandman | Freestyle
Queens emcee Homeboy Sandman is one of the most creative and unique artists in the hip hop world right now. Every song, let alone album, is very unique from the next. His new album, Hallways, includes production from J57, DJ Spinna, Oh No, Jonwayne, 2…
Homeboy Sandman talks First Of A Living Breed and freestyle brain scans
Homeboy Sandman talks about his new album, First Of A Living Breed, and an unrelated topic of brain scans showing complex activity while freestyling.
Homeboy Sandman remembers a critic calling “For The Kids” a cliche song
Homeboy Sandman comments on a critic calling his song “For The Kids” cliche, and how shocking it is to hear journalists bashing positive music.
Sha Stimuli & Homeboy Sandman discuss the songwriting process
Sha Stimuli and Homeboy Sandman discuss their individual methods of songwriting and how they become inspired.
Homeboy Sandman on Rhymesayers, Brother Ali, and Stones Throw Records
Homeboy Sandman talks about the touring experience with Rhymesayers and Brother Ali, and his current business relationship with Stones Throw Records.