Daily Archives: November 11, 2015

Freddie Gibbs-Extradite Featuring Black Thought

“Extradite” featuring Black Thought is another song from Freddie Gibbs’ forthcoming Shadow Of A Doubt mixtape and together they rap over Mikhail’s sampling of Bob James’ “Nautilus” about the drug game.



Kokayi Pays Tribute To Michael Jackson With 5-Songs Remixed And Available As A Download

Kokayi pays tribute to Michael Jackson by remixing five of his songs including his “Scream” duet with his sister Janet. The D.C. artist is sharing the group of arrangements as a free download.


Saul Williams-MLK: Down For Some Ignorance

Saul Williams explains the origins of his forthcoming Martyr Loser King album and how it goes back to the terror of the Middle Passage.


Ice T, Too Short, Yo Yo and Kurupt Support Havoc Da MouthPiece’s Proclaim To “Go Hard” It’s “Gaim Chng3r” Time

Los Angeles – Straight outta’ South Central Los Angeles, Havoc Da MouthPiece hails as one of the true originators of West Coast gangsta’ hip hop! Real hip hop heads recall Havoc as a standout pioneer, spearheading the West Coast reign when he was the front man for the rap crew South Central Cartel aka SCC. The group were the first ‘left’ coast rappers to sign to Def Jam and nurtured a loyal cult following with hits like “U Gotta Deal Wit Dis,” “Pops Was a Rolla,” All Day Everyday,” “Eastside-Westside” and “It’s an S.C.C Thang.”
Ironically, Havoc, a Chicago native, also has roots nestled deep in the legacy of R&B as well. Havoc is not only a rap legend, but he is also the son of legend. His father, Robert “Squirrel” Lester was one of the founding members of the legendary soul group the Chi-Lites.