Diabolic Game Time feat. Sean Price & Vinnie Paz (Prod. by 5th Seal)

A trio of rugged rhymers: Sean Price, the Brooklyn-bred lyricist that’s quick to knock your block off Jailhouse Rock style; Diabolic, the aggressive Suffolk County rhyme sayer that spits with reckless abandon; and Vinnie Paz, the misanthropic Philly native who stays ready for battle, all make up the foundation for “Game Time,” the latest release from Diabolic’s forthcoming Fightin Words LP, that’s set to drop 9/16. Although Diabolic might not be a household name just yet, his accolades are worth mentioning: earning a spot on Billboard’s Hip Hop and R&B charts, as well as receiving the HHUG Best Album of … Continue reading Diabolic Game Time feat. Sean Price & Vinnie Paz (Prod. by 5th Seal)

Adelaide & Sydney: Hip Hop Legends Tour

Lopez Records in conjunction with Get Busy Productions are pleased to announce the Hip Hop Legends Tour featuring for the very first time in Australia, one of the most innovative duos in hip-hop history Das EFX, critically acclaimed group Black Sheep and iconic DJ/Producer Tony Touch. New York City bred duo Das EFX consisting of Emcees Skoob and Drayz, literally exploded onto the hip hop scene in the early 90’s with their ground-breaking platinum plus debut album Dead Serious. After meeting during their freshman year at VSU, Andre Drayz Weston and Willie Skoob Hines united their individual rhyme talents to form … Continue reading Adelaide & Sydney: Hip Hop Legends Tour

Barbone – One To Self

24-year old Barbone started rapping around 2003. He’s listened to rap all his life taking inspiration from grimy 90’s hip hop like Onyx, Biggie Smalls, RA The Rugged Man, Das EFX to conscience and lyrical rap such as Kool G, Big L, Ras Kass, LC and so on. He started rapping in the Melbourne crew, Reverse Psychology but had a falling out with them years ago and decided to pursue a solo career. He released a mixtape in 2007 aswell as an introductory EP early 2010 and has been doing shows around Melbourne ever since, performing alongside notable acts like … Continue reading Barbone – One To Self