Planet Asia goes all out in this Vampire inspired period piece; the sets and costumes alone are worth the watch....throw in some sexy vampires and you are onto a winner. So when you get hooked into Planet Asia's always impeccable flows complemented by the smooth sounds of Purple Cloud over a Tzarizm banger this is a perfect slice of entertainment, raw hiphop style.
This one is a mega smooth headnodder, music for the soul...."In the midst of putting the final touches on their long awaited "Wyld
Gentlmen" LP produced by German beatsmith Dichter2 Productions, Crew54
took a bit of time to bring visuals to their 1-off "Soulclap" release.
Taking the beat from Fabolous and adding a bit of brown liquor
smoothness to it, watch them go back and forth in this throwback to
vintage film cinematics."
Feeling the energy from this duo, "Double Dragon
is Wakka the Hero and Drawko. Hailing from Ventura and Oxnard,
California. They have been in thier local music scene for over ten years
now. Starting out in punk/metal bands, they eventually clicked up and
starting making Hiphop. Both of them were raised heavily on Hiphop, so
it was a natural progression. They dabble in every genre, and bring that
energy with us when we perform and write."
Massive Shout to MR CRF, holding it down for years with his Critical Beatdown movement, Pedigree Chump tracks and paper zines. The man is still bringing the hardcore on his Rapstation Radio Show, tune in.
Two hefty new tracks this time round; time to enjoy some classic sounds...
This one is getting a few replays still......big tune!
Teaming up with DJ Nifty this second LP combines outer space beats with tales of the city and lyrical chicanery
Solocypher - Citizen Framed Download
Debut 2003 album features Chima Anya, Kid Anime, Serious, Concept, Eliza and Kaf. Includes smash hits "Selly Oak" "One Love one Life" and "This is what happens (when you don't stay sane) Email firstname.lastname@example.org for a proper version!
Change Through The Rhyme
Check Solocypher trading international bars with Scholarman over heavy D'Logic beat