Thursday, February 16, 2012
This is Dilla month, but I listen to Dilla all year. Anytime i'm struggling to write I immediatley go to a Dilla Beat cd. And it works every fucking time. This is footage of Me and Brown rocking at Black Cat in '10. This was by far the best time ive had at a Dilla Tribute. We rocked to "Official" Enjoy!
So a couple weeks ago I was kicking it with Kev Brown and he asked me if I heard of these cats called The Four Owls? Clueless he showed me this video..... I cant front anymore, i keep going back to this and other random links on youtube. Im defenetly copping this album. Shout out to the Real Overseas Hip Hop. These dude are really dope. ps. Its another joint called "All My Life" thats retarded.
Tuesday, February 14, 2012
Cant express how much I love this album. Watching Sean work over the past few years has been truly exciting. For a while he went mia a few years back. One day I roll up to Browns and he was back at it. This was prolly 3 years ago. And he has not stopped since. This isnt trap music, this is Hip Hop. And the story Sean tells is equally as great as The Great Adventures of Slick Rick with the tragic truth of Ready To Die. Go get this now here BehindtheScale You can also get the mixtape here.... Pausemix
Teaming up with my man Gadget again to bring you another collection of DMV producers for the Smooth Grooves Beat Tape Vol 1. Come into the lab with us as I get lifted and play beats. Project drops today 2/14/12 Click Kragenoff to Download.
Monday, February 13, 2012
How much fun was making this..... Too much. I grew up on Daniel Laruso. Who didn't love this kid. Also, Bill Conti.... Only the greatest. lol. Naw but once i took the task of chopping up this score I knew it was gonna be something special. The post and response was really crazy. Almost wished I would have charged a Dollar for it. I made it available for free download on initial release as a thank you to fans for supporting the Alexander Green Project. It can still purchased for 5$ at my bandcamp. >Click Here< Here is me in the studio playing some beats and chopping it up with my man Gadget at Digital Hustler. Cheers!
Well, a 5 hour drive in the rain to make it to Brooklyn, New York for a instore show and a Video Shoot sounds like a daunting task. But, Me, Kev Brown, Early Reed and DJ Rodger were all down. 10 minutes beore the show started we were 5 blocks away. And the car wont start. Luckily it was a stick, as they pushed we got the jump we needed off the clutch and walked in right on time. Was really a fun day. Shout out to Jess and Puma for holding down the camera work, and John and Damu at Redef for believing in us. Here is the video Go Green,filmed in NYC! Enjoy. The video below is a behind the scenes look at The Alexander Green Project.