Fatlip and Blu share another song from their Live From The End Of The World Vol. 1 (Demos) with the Knxwledge-produced “Street Life.” Producer Knxwledge takes a sample of Lalah Hathaway’s cover of The Crusaders’ “Street Life” with Joe Sample and makes it the foundation. MC Eiht, who is another
Producer Knxwledge shares two songs “Don’t Be Afraid” and “[BC] TM’s Not Promised” from his forthcoming album 1988. The name of the new album references the year that the project was created. Knxwledge was an infant and managed to crawl to family member’s vintage SP-12 and make his first beats.
anderson.paak and Knxwledge have a remixed version of their debut album Yes Lawd! coming out this week. “Suede (Uptwnmixx)” is a sample of the project that Knxwledge exclusively reworked and effectively turned Yes Lawd! into two different albums. Yes Lawd! Remixes will be released by Stones Throw on Friday (November
anderson.paak and Knxwledge are releasing remixes of their NxWorries album Yes Lawd!. They shared the new version of “Best One” today in preparation for the actual release on November 17th. The remix was heard for the first time in their “Scared Money” video. Related posts: Nx Worries (Knxwledge & anderson.paak)