Djarmbi Supreme Go To Hell

Djarmbi Supreme is like nothing you have heard, unless you have heard him previously, then he is exactly like that, but now, even better. – Djarmbi Supreme, 2015 His latest single “Go To Hell” is the first taste off the soon to be released Djarmbi Supreme “Go To Hell”. Based on the classic album by Alice Cooper (Alice Cooper Goes To Hell, 1976), Djarmbi has enlisted the production prowess of beat-murderer, Paradox to sample the entire original tracklist and recreate the Goes To Hell experience with a new breath of life. Djarmbi takes control of the mic combining lyricism, cadence, … Continue reading Djarmbi Supreme Go To Hell

Apollo Brown & Ras Kass Giraffe Pussy feat. Royce The 5’9″, Xzibit & Bishop Lamont

Apollo Brown & Ras Kass are joined by the legendary cast of Royce The 5’9”, Xzibit, & Bishop Lamont The new single, Giraffe Pussy, brings together the distinguished MCs to showcase their abilities over sixteen bars a piece. The vocalists get high over an Apollo Brown beat, who’s filtered tone and syncopated bounce will have your head nodding as high as. The new album, Blasphemy, comes out October 28th on Mello Music Group. Pre-Order “Blasphemy” now. Mello Music Group  ||  Ras Kass  ||  Apollo Brown Continue reading Apollo Brown & Ras Kass Giraffe Pussy feat. Royce The 5’9″, Xzibit & Bishop Lamont

DJ JS-1 It Is What It Isn’t Is

DJ JS-1, the devoted Boom bap producer and scratch aficionado, unveils his sixth full length LP, It Is What It Isn’t, which is now available through his Ground Original imprint. The 21 track collection, includes guest appearances from several of the game’s veteran forces, such as, KRS-One, O.C, Ras Kass, The Artifacts, Buckshot, Ill Bill, and Erick Sermon, among others, to a slew of noteworthy newcomers, like Homeboy Sandman, Fashawn, Torae and Kyle Rapps, to name a few. Titled in counterstrike to the wave of new artists that use social media to falsely portray themselves, JS-1, who has built a … Continue reading DJ JS-1 It Is What It Isn’t Is

Apollo Brown & Ras Kass Humble Pi

Keep Reinventing From intestines to chitlins, from old dusty records to Hiphop, necessity has always been the mother of invention. Nobody knows this better than hip hop stalwarts Apollo Brown & Ras Kass. As Ras Kass’ legacy has been written into the annals of hip hop, he’s watched plenty of his compatriots stumble – something that reminds him of Momma reading Proverbs 16: Pride Comes Before A Fall. With that spirit Ras Kass & Apollo Brown take up the tools of their craft to reflect and recreate some Humble Pi. Directed by Jay Brown, the new video is the first … Continue reading Apollo Brown & Ras Kass Humble Pi

Apollo Brown & Ras Kass H20 feat. Pharoahe Monch & Rakaa Iriscience

Archaeological Logic The West Coast’s premiere political poet is back, Ras Kass spits razor sharp reflections over fast rising Detroit producer Apollo Brown’s most buttery beats. Special guest Pharoahe Monch grabs the mic and digs into his memory to extract … Continue reading Apollo Brown & Ras Kass H20 feat. Pharoahe Monch & Rakaa Iriscience

Apollo Brown & Ras Kass Announce New Album Blasphemy

Blasphemy, the collaborative album from esteemed Mello Music Group producer Apollo Brown and Ras Kass, is a thought-provoking and highly personal treatise on the unspoken. No “ism” is out of bounds, no topic too untoward. Whatever you hold sacred isn’t above aggressive inquiry. The album displays their undeniable synergy. When Ras Kass crucifies supposed facts over Apollo’s beats, it’s clear he is the West Coast’s preeminent philosopher. When Apollo’s blaring suites soothe your soul, it’s an ontological fact that he ranks among the best producers in the game. With Blasphemy, the duo has delivered the truth. The new album comes … Continue reading Apollo Brown & Ras Kass Announce New Album Blasphemy

Ghosts In The Room presents Barbarians

Canberra producer Ghosts In The Room returns with his second release in 12 months teaming up with New York artists Ruste Juxx, Block McCloud and Shabaam Sahdeeq for the Barbarians EP. From the opening track listeners are taken on a journey through the dark streets of Brooklyn with the Barbarians combining street raps with heavy hitting beats. Featuring guest verses from Ras Kass, Fortay and Tornts as well as instrumental tracks, this release is a must have for any hip hop fan. Track Listing: Through The Flames Bucktown Gladiators Danger Feat. Ras Kass & Fortay Under Your Skin Dark Streets Feat … Continue reading Ghosts In The Room presents Barbarians

Jedi Mind Tricks – Australian Tour

For the past fifteen years, Jedi Mind Tricks has established itself as one of the most critically-acclaimed groups in the underground hip-hop scene, with their raw and gritty flavour. From their debut album in 1996, The Psycho-social, to their seminal sophomore release, Violent By Design, to their musical expansion heard on Servants In Heaven and Kings In Hell, JMT has made an indelible impression on the independent music scene while arguably forging its own subgenre of rap. Led by the fiery vocals of controversial frontman, Vinnie Paz, and his venerable rhyme partner, Jus Allah, the group has built one of the … Continue reading Jedi Mind Tricks – Australian 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