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BADBADNOTGOOD – Kaleidoscope (Kaytranada’s Flip)

Badbadnotgood just keeps getting better and better. Notorious for their boundary-pushing and genre-fucking ways, these guys are are absolutely killing it these days. Not your typical jazz conservatory grads, this Toronto-based trio (Matthew Tavares on keys, Chester Hansen on bass, and Alexander Sowinski on drums) initially garnered attention with their bad-ass jazz interpretative stylings of some […]

Ghostface Killah – The Rise Of The Ghostface Killah

The DeLucas pressed Tony’s remains Into 12 vinyl records One for each member of the family But little did they know He would return…” Bang bang. Somebody shot Tony Starks down. But he wouldn’t give up the Ghost. FACT: There is no artist in any genre who has constructed a more compelling mythology for themselves […]

Mark Ronson – Lose It (In the End) (Feat. Ghostface Killah)

So far the tracks released from Mark Ronson’s latest effort Record Collection have all been nothing short of classic. I posted Circuit Breaker back in May and was holding off on Bang Bang Bang till the next record hit the streets and with the release of Lose It the time is now. Ronson is one […]

Kevin Casey’s Sample Saturday – The Sweet Inspirations et Ghostface

As far as Wu-Tang solo albums go, I would have to say that Supreme Clientele is among the top 3. The beats are crazy throughout, and although RZA only produced 4 tracks, you can hear his overall influence as executive producer.  His hand in the mixing helped the production from lesser known beat-makers achieve the certified […]

Mark Ronson – Ooh Wee (Feat. Ghostface Killah & Nate Dogg)

I was talking to my roommate about the death of hip-hop and then I thought to myself, imagine how people who grew during the golden age of Rock & Roll must feel about rock now? But that’s as far as the questioning went, I’ve never been one to care much for this type of conversation, […]

Enter the 37th Chamber

I hear the Shaolin monks say the Wu-Tang school originated with them… Shaolin still say that? Two days ago I posted Shawn Lee covering pop and today I bring you the ruff rugged and raw version of that post by a band called El Michels Affair and their tribute album to legendary Hip Hop producer […]

Kevin Casey Music Presents Live From New York (1994-2001)

Man look at these suckers. I ain’t no rapper, I’m a hustler. It just so happens I know how to rap.” In the beginning Hip Hop was about b-boying, djing, graffiti and emceeing. The drug game of the late 1980’s changed the ghetto so, it was only natural that it would change the music as […]