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Tech N9ne takes time out his busy schedule to deliver a feature-length interview regarding his latest project Klusterf*ck, his aspirations for his future and the preparation for his record breaking 90 shows in 90 days Hostile Takeover tour. Filled with his signature remorseless energy and powerful wit, the independent monster talks of show routines, determining which songs to perform, familiarising himself with traditions of his host crowds outside America, aspirations of performing in the UK, his lyric "Now I got Swedish women yellin' "Tech N9NE svelte!" off Sway & King Tech's classic The Anthem, visiting Jim Morrison's grave in Paris, a future tour called Lost In The Dark, which will see him exclusively perform his darker material, celebrity fans including his recent encounter with Danny Glover and his delight at seeing such faces such as Nick Cassavetess (director of Alpha Dog) Suge Knight, Twista, Ice-T, Nas, B-Real, Damien Marley, KRS-One and Pharoahe Monch in his crowds at live shows. In addition, Tech reveals an upcoming collaboration with The Doors, as well as plans of working with Nas, Jay-Z, Kanye West and Nelly on his next album and more! All fans of driven hip hop artists should be sure to listen to this epic interview in it’s entirety.
Recent XXL Freshman, Hopsin joins us to promote and discuss his forthcoming album Knock Madness, his disappointment at the low level of quality amongst the recent fellow Freshmen featured artists (Macklemore and Danny Brown aside) and much more in Hopsin’s first ever interview with CWR. No longer harbouring a darkened heart, the man with the white eyes talks his new found responsibility as an artist, goals to change lives with his music and his forthcoming album's competition, citing 3 albums, namely The Marshall Mathers LP, 2001 and Get Rich Or Die Trying as benchmarks for its quality. He also reflects upon his experience with Ruthless Records, Tech N9ne and more in an essential listen! Is he a psyhco?!
Gore Elohim (formerly Goretex) crash lands into our studio on a stolen Spacecraft with a message. The message? His long awaited and oft-delayed sophomore release, Electric Lucifer, will finally see its release on 28th May, invading digital outlets and stores everywhere! Filled with anticipation for this event, we take time to discuss its creation, inspiration and content, of which Gore explains will be Extraterrestrial heavy and futuristic. We also talk its featured contributors, which will see Smoothe Da Hustler providing a verse and Beat Butcha holding down the production for a song. In addition to this, we talk the common misconception that people think Supercoven is his name, but in actuality is his label - PLUS we learn that various side-projects will be released when time permits. The future is now!
Fresh from the release of his latest opus, The Next Logical Progression, Gift Of Gab pulls in on a freeway for a three-way conversation, offering a detailed exploration of creating TNLP, revealing a much more direct role in crafting its soundscape, of which includes him humming bass-lines, piano figures and guitar riffs etc. We also talk George Clinton and Martian Luther's contributions as well as the current status of the much anticipated Blackalicious album, which he reveals only 1 song of the 7 songs recorded uses his "humming" approach in its creation, touring overseas, the current state of his health, an upcoming collaboration with Cardiff, UK's Ruffstylz and more! A must hear for fans of Gift Of Gab/Blackalicious!!
Motor City mainstay Boldy James is the latest artist to have recently scored a meeting at Jay-Z 's powerhouse Roc-Nation. A rarity in which few artists are blessed to see. Sharing this, among an update on his currently untitled project with Alchemist, we are joined by the bold and cold buzz maker for a brisk but opening interview detailing his come up to his cousin Chuck Inglish (Cool Kids), to his pride in being from the D, plus more, including an exclusive acapella! Detroit city - stand up!
Creative Juices’ elastic verbal sword swinger, I Am Many joins us live from the gym to discuss his recently released album Strength In Numbers, including the reasoning behind it’s impressive artwork packaging, the construction of individual tracks and the future of I Am Many. We also are treated to a tantalizing live acapella of gargantuan proportions. More more more.
UK royalty SonnyJim joins us to talk about his forever successful career, his deep survival strategies as a British urban artist, his ambitions and future of Eat Good Records, of which will soon see two new releases in the form of projects from Redbeard and Kosyne as well as a potential EP with Ralph Rip Shit and Kosyne. As engaging and insightful as you would expect, SonnyJim breaks down his forthcoming material, which includes feature appearances from the likes of Prince Po, J-Zone, Shabaam Sahdeeq, Ugly Ducking (2 songs) and more! In addition, we get an update on the status of the upcoming Bong Proof video and more in a classic interview with a success!
AND THAT’S NOT ALL!
Mista Montana and Menace take the honour to world premiere a new track from living legend Insane Macbeth, taken from his forthcoming Conspiracy Radio-Hosted mixtape “The I.M. Chronicles” available later this year. The track is called “The Strongest Endz” and features UK vet Reveal.
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|Title:||[Part 2] *THE CONSPIRACY WORLDWIDE FRIDAY 13th SPECIAL 2012* w/ live guests XXL FRESHMAN HOPSIN - TECH N9NE - GORE ELOHIM (GORETEX) - SUPERCOVERN - BOLDY JAMES - GIFT OF GAB - CREATIVE JUICES - I AM MANY - SONNYJIM - world exclusives and more|
|Author:||Conspiracy Worldwide Radio|
|Description:||Click here to STREAM or DOWNLOAD On this terrifying Friday 13th Experience Mista Montana and Menace delve deep into the dark trappings of hidden human superstitious prophecies and then: Tech N9ne takes time out his busy schedule to deliver a feature-length interview regarding his latest project Klusterf*ck, his aspirations for his future and the preparation for his record ...|