Harry Fraud returns to discuss his and Eddie B's latest release "Paper, Piff & Polo" as well as his upcoming projects respectively. Perceptive and equally engaging, we explore Paper, Piff & Polo's creation and Eddie B's logical approach in the lab, working with Riff Raff, the criticism behind "Saaab Stories" artwork, Action Bronson's official debut, which will also feature production from Alchemist, Party Supplies and Statik Selektah among others, his forthcoming "Mac & Cheese 4" mixtape with French Montana, new music with Freddie Gibbs and Problem , plans to showcase his range outside of Hip Hop and much more in a genuinely wavey interview.
Mr. Muthafu*kin' eXquire takes time out after his BET back room freestyle and grants us access to his first interview in months! We talk recording "Kismet" , his process of removing his brain from his creative process and speaking from the heart, his relationship today with Universal Records, "Lost In Translation" being his angry album, his ritual in which he plays every new song he records on the train and more in a brief but sweet interview.
Fresh off the heels of Czarface with 7L and Inspectah Deck, we are joined by Boston Pharaoh Esoteric to discuss his upcoming canvases, which as of the 22nd November will include his latest, namely, “Machete Mode” with Stu-Bangas. We also discuss the upcoming yet to be titled Czarface album, which he reveals he and Deck have completed 10 tracks for so far, a brand new action figure coinciding with its release, Wu Tang's highly anticipated "A Better Tomorrow", the new AOTP album, which he says will be produced by C-Lance, Leafdog, Molemen’s Panik, Stu Bangas among others, his love of sampling, Apathy and Ryu being Freemasons and more!
Snowgoons are with us in the form of Illegal to discuss the eagerly awaited sequel to "Black Snow" and the forthcoming Snowgoons album with Onyx entitled "Cuzzo". We also talk the making behind tracks "The Underworld", "Iron Bars", the future of Goon MuSick, forthcoming records with Saigon and R.A The Rugged Man and so much more. We also premiere tracks from the album and discect the story some key features such as Raekwon and Papoose.
(DJ) House Shoes joins us from Denmark Vessey and Scud One's "Cult Classic" release party for an update on his label Street Corner's upcoming releases and everything in between. We talk the misconception of him just being "that Dilla guy", how he received the label 'ambassador of Detroit Hip Hop', not making a beat for 2 and a half years, the passing of Proof, Danny Brown's recent Boiler House record release party for "Old", the J Dilla estate and upcoming music in the form of a secret project, a reissue of Danny Brown's "Hot Soup" on vinyl, a collaborative project with Big Tone entitled "Big Shoes", a J Dilla album and much more. Pay attention.
Do we believe that religion revolves around us or do we believe that we revolve around religion? These are but 2 questions that Denmark Vessey wants you to question with his and producer Scud One's debut album, “Cult Classic”. Is this an album that stands out as one of this years most ambitious and multi layered releases? Have this emcee and producer partnership created an album that is thoughtful as well as political in its content without sounding unusual and detached from the street? No question. However we had many more questions to ask in an interview with two of Hip Hops recent saviours. Peep it.
Detroit favourite Guilty Simpson is with us to explore his consistent output of quality releases lately and discuss his new found passion in producing. He also delivers us an update on the forthcoming Random Axe project, explains Black Milk's process as a producers in making dummy beats, details how his and Small Professor's collaboration with Boldy James for I'm The City manifested itself and more! A pleasure.
AND THAT'S NOT ALL!
Mista Montana and Menace risk life and limb as they tackle the growing British terror threat posed by clowns that appear in the dark, neon-lit streets and scare innocent people and animals without remorse. What starts as a humble radio broadcast, soon turns to a fight for survival as Hip Hop's most cherished radio duo become surrounded and have to resort to physical running to escape. Nobody wins.
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