Category Archives: Legends
Hard street rhymes as you’d expect from 38 Spesh and the iconic Kool G Rap, over a mesmerizing line-up of producers that includes DJ Premier, Pete Rock, Alchemist, Showbiz and Daringer.
Omar ‘O.C.’ Credle needs little introduction, having built an incredible catalog of music since the early 90s, both as a solo artist and as part of the mighty Diggin’ In The Crates crew. Gingerslim recently sat down with him for … Continue reading
Muggs and DOOM release the flipside to last week’s Freddie Gibbs assisted Death Wish, this time with a guest verse from Kool G Rap. Not quite as good as we expected it to be, but still dope.
Pharoahe Monch is, without doubt, one of the most gifted emcees of all time, and held in the highest regard by his peers and a dedicated fanbase around the world. He recently took time out of his tour schedule to … Continue reading
Few other groups epitomized the sound of the mid-late 90s underground Hip-Hop golden age better than the Juggaknots. Originally consisting of brothers Breeze Brewin and Buddy Slim (now aka Kev Fevr), they released the classic Clear Blue Skies in 1996, … Continue reading
Long-time friends and collaborators Molecules and Showbiz connected last year for the impressive EP, A Bronx Tale. We recently spoke to Molecules about working with the D.I.T.C. legend, the role Dres played in his early career, and what’s next for … Continue reading
The maestro Pete Rock releases a bunch of old and supposedly ‘unheard’ joints from him and the InI crew, plus a tribute to Phife Dawg.
De La release a video for one of the best tracks from last year’s And The Anonymous Nobody.
Beatmaker Vanderslice sets free an unheard joint as a tribute to Prodigy, featuring the man himself, plus Conway and Big Twins.
This Friday, Prince Paul will unleash the reworked version of the classic Politics of the Business. It will also feature this lost gem, featuring none other than his old buddies De La Soul.