Killer Mike’s video for Big Beast meets somewhere between incarcerated rapper/cannibal Big Lurch, and a Robert Rodriguez movie. The video for Big Beast is directed by Thomas C. Bingham. The song itself is off of Killer Mike’s new album R.A.P. Music which is produced by El-P who makes a cameo as the driver rocking a Ronald Reagan mask.
Video and tourdates after the jump:
MP3: FAT TONY ft. BUN B & NICK DIAMONDS “BAD HABITS”
Young One Records is a new Brooklyn Hip Hop label whose goal is to highlight the new new. It’s started by the same people that brought you Main Attractionz and Fat Tony. Above is a song off Fat Tony’s upcoming Double Dragon album out June 1st.
To celebrate it’s label launch, Young One is offering up a limited edition cassette of a mixtape with new songs by Mr. Muthafuckin’ eXquire, Cities Aviv, Main Attrakionz, and Fat Tony . The tapes were hand-dubbed by NNA. For more info and to download this tape please head over to Complex.
Killer Mike & El-P discuss why their new album “R.A.P. Music” is political with Noisey. It’s not all serious. Noisey also has a video of Killer Mike calling his mom and discussing weed.
after the jump watch Killer Mike & El-P talk about Cancer 4 Cure , T.I., Bun B & more.
ex-Cleveland Cav dejay Mick Boogie curates a PBJ remix jawn that has Columbus rapper, Fly Union’s Jerraeu on the same project as GZA, Kweli, Bun B, Wale, 88 Keys, Black Milk, Young Chris and many others.
MP3:Mick Boogie + Peter Bjorn & John-Re-Living Things
1. Naledge & Mickey Factz: Blue Period Picasso (remixed by nVMe)
2. Freebass 808 & Christian Rich: Living Thing
(remixed by Apple Juice Kid)
3. Bun B & The Kid Daytona: Losing My Mind (remixed by 6th Sense)
4. Big Pooh, Chaundon & Phil Nash: Stay This Way (remixed by Jazzy Jeff)
5. Trouble Andrew & GLC: Lay It Down (remixed by The Kickdrums)
6. Talib Kweli & 6th Sense: I Want You
(remixed by William Russell / Good Life Mike)
7. 88 Keys & Outasight: 4 Out Of 5 (remixed by 6th Sense)
8. U-N-I: Last Night (remixed by Remot)
9. GZA, Buckshot & Tabi Bonney: The Feeling (remixed by Marco Polo)
10. Big Sean, Black Milk & T3: Just The Past (remixed by nVMe)
11. Kardinal Offishall, Donnis & Henok Achido: It Just Don’t Move Me
(remixed by Jet Audio)
12. Wale, Young Chris & Rhymefest: Nothing To Worry About
(remixed by The Kickdrums)
13. Evidence, Jerreau & Fashawn: Amsterdam (remixed by Cookin’ Soul)
Please check Mick Boogie.com to see how one truely got it in Ohio
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See Bun B for free December 17th by RSVPing at the Scion Live Metro website. The show is at Karma Club located 303 S Front Street here in Columbus.
Here is footage of Bun B doing his verses from Paper Planes, a couple other jawns and Jay’z’s Big Pimpin. He is the dood that said, “No, I don’t fuck with scary hoes”, and then followed it up a few bars later with “go read a book you illiterate sonofabitch and step up your vocab”. Sage advice.
I used to live in this duplex in Lousiana. For a brief period a prostitute and her boyfriend lived in the other side of the house. The prostitute would come home and the couple would smoke crack while playing a chopped and screwed version of UGK’s Pocket Full of Stones on repeat. I guess if you are a geeker that sells your body you don’t buy many cd’s. Maybe the hooker would say to her loved one, “Baby one day we will have a pocket full of crack like UGK and I will never have to have sex with another shrimper or off-shore driller again for us to get beamed up again”. Crackheads have fantasies too right? They prolly just involve large amounts of crack.
As far as my perspective, when I was laying in the dark noticing the stench of burning rock while a loud slowed down version of a song about selling crack echoed thru the walls a sort of scary initial impression of UGK. I would never have guessed that 1/2 of UGK, Bun B would be one of the most important and open-minded people in rap. I mean besides the Geto Boys, DJ Screw and J-Prince no one matters more in Texas rap than UGK. What blows my mind about the Port Arthur, TX trillionaire is that he has done songs with Dizzee Rascal and kicked it with El-p. He was on the official “Paper Planes” Remix when everyone else was “Walkin It Out” . Shit dood listens to Suicidal Tendancies, Black Flag and The Ramones. Now that’s Gangsta.
This is one of them free Scion Live Metro Shows that Ohio Slayers does but the RSVP feature isn’t on the site yet. I will prolly do another blog when they have the register feature up on the site. Continue reading