what's going on

Credit goes to Florian Nicolle for the illustration

I don't care what you might think, Ghostface Killah is one of the most prominent member of the Wu-Tang. He has been coming out with straight fire ever since the clan died. This guy could of easily stopped producing shit a long time ago but he's still at it and once again a great album will be drop by mister Killah.
Apollo Kids will be dropping on Dec. 21st.

2 tracks off the album

Ghostface Killah - Purified Thoughts Feat. GZA and Killah Priest
Ghostface Killah - Troublemakers Feat. Raekwon, Method Man & Redman

Since the album is called Apollo Kids why not share the good old classic that goes by the same name.

Ghostface Killah - Apollo Kids Feat. Method Man, Redman & Cappadonna

peace the fouk out




All respect due to Brick Stowell for the photo.

What can I possibly say about these dudes that I haven't rehashed over and over again?

Well, for one, the issue of The Fader mag that they're featured in came out today, so go and cop that shit at your local book peddler/magazine shop.

Hodgy Beats, Jasper & Mike G- Round and Round


Considering I dig these dudes so much, and have been forcing their (admittedly) dope shit down your throat for the past month and a half, I figured I'd focus on the multimedia aspect today. You already know pretty much everything there is to know about them, and should have all of their free mixtapes on your hard drive.

Tyler, The Creator & Domo Genesis, Hodgy Beats- Up

So, in the spirit of the holidays, and of course, my pandemic laziness, I will leave you with very few words on this snowy december evening. Instead, I've picked a few videos off of their site that I think you'll dig.

Odd Future Wolf Gang Kill Them All- Swag me Out

MelloyHype & Earl Sweatshirt & Tyler, The Creator- Chordoroy

Super 3 ft Casey Veggies & Hodgy Beats- Money Talk

Grab these two Swaggggggged out tapes below:

RADICAL, the Album
Odd Future- The Fucking Tape vol 1 from 2008

Here is the fruit of my labour/loins. A month and a half of praise ahaha.

OFWGKTA pt 1: Earl Sweatshirt
OFWGKTA pt 2: Domo Genesis
OFWGKTA pt 3: MellowHype
OFWGKTA pt 4: Mike G
OFWGKTA pt 5: Tyler, The Creator

Tyler, the Creator- Seven

Guess I gotta do a fuckin song with Dom Kennedy
Get these fuckin hip-hop bloggers to start feelin me
Maybe I should buy some Hundreds, wear some fucking skinny jeans
and follow in your footsteps like a motherfuckin millipede
Make songs about Gucci and cigaweed
No I'm no fuckin hipster, mister
No I'm no fuckin Kid Cudi
All my fuckin fans love me




(Actually, there's one more feature comin' up. Jet Age of Tomorrow/Super3 will wrap it up next wednesday. Sometimes these things slip my mind.)



Credit goes to Sebastian Onufszak for the illustrations

music talks.

Tricky - Hell Is Round The Corner
I Monster - Heaven
Chuuwee - Just Ain't Gonna Work Out (feat. Mayor Hawthorne)

sorry for the laziness



late night fright

Why, hello.

There's a little something for everyone this evening. I'm finishing up the OFWGKTA feature on Wednesday, so keep your eyes peeled and your trigger finger on the refresh button.

For all those that are still up at this hour, here is your reward.

Gyptian- I can feel your pain

Gyptian is the absolute master of reggae love tunes. Nobody really writes hooks like this guy, and the fact that he's had such a huge success with Hold Yuh this summer is totally awesome. I've been a huge fan for years, so it's great to see him getting the attention he deserves. Gyptian makes some of the best baby-making music out there. Try it out. Trust me.

Devin the Dude- Lacville 79

Nobody writes lazy stoner anthems like my boy Devin the Dude. He seems like one of the most humble and laid-back MCs in the game. If you're havin a bad day and are stressed, go ahead and bump some Devin the Dude. I guarantee you'll chill out instantly.

I'm rollin, car not stolen
Probably never will be, it's much too olden
Smokin weed and feelin' fine
in my lacville '79

Bon Iver- For Emma

Great proper acoustic indie folk. For Emma, Forever Ago, the album that this is taken from, is one of the greatest folk albums released in the past 5 years (It was self-released in 2007). Justin Vernon wrote/played all of the songs and instruments for this album, cooped up in a countryside cabin for 3 months in the winter, and the result is/was a masterpiece. Plus, he must be doing something right, because Kanye enlisted his help on a few tracks on his latest opus.

Mumbai Science- Ancova


This is a relatively old tune, but a banger nonetheless. Mumbai Science are solid, always delivering great remixes and originals .

Sexion D'Assaut- Désolé

I might catch flak for this one hahaha. I discovered this song a few days ago, and I've been listening to it quite a bit since. I'm not really familiar with french rap, and from what I understand, this stuff is of the mainstream variety, but the hook got me. Catchy beat, simplistic lyrics, and a memorable refrain. The video is not too shabby either. Cal hooks you up with a bloody metric ton of amazing hip-hop per week, so I figured a bit of mainstream silliness wouldn't hurt.

Magnetic Man & Katy B- Perfect Stranger

Sultry female voice + Dubstep = Automatic win, in my books. Nuff said.

nighty night, all.



Laid Back Sunday #14

Well hello there. Week numero 14 of this wonderful L.B.S series. Take note that there will be another one next week(#15) but as for Xmas eve, I've decided to cook up something special. I'll be dropping a bit more songs and I will put together a nice package of all the beats that has been posted during the laid back sundays.
Stay tune my fine fellows.

Magestik Legend - Million Miles Away
Starting this BIZNIZ with a track off Magestik Legend's latest album called "The Great Escape". Believe me, this is some serious shit right here, all the beats are well put together and his flow is impeccable. If you dig his sound and hurry the fuck up, you might still have the chance to order one of the 250 limited edition autographed albums.

Magestik Legend throwing acapellas at you and talking a bit about the album.

Call O' Da Wild - Clouds Of Smoke
This beat is an old school anthem that was produced for the first Bad Boys movie in 1995. You have that NYC 90's hip hop sound to its best. I had to find the 12" to get that beat. There's also a trippy track on the B side called "Sometimes The Neighborhood" if you down to check it out...

The video is quite banging too.
Back to the basics.

Smif-N-Wessun - Sound Bwoy Bureill
Last but not least an old joint by Smif-N-Wessun. I've been a huge Boot Camp Clik fan for quite some time and decided it was time to post an other one of my favorites. Mellow vibe.

BCC's videos are always on point.

Hope you enjoyed this pure hiphop Sunday groove,
see you next time