We have taken you to New York, “the Birth place of hip hop”, a few times for ‘Da’ What is Hip Hop? but now we are taking you to where the founders of hip hop got their ideas! Jamaica. If hip hop was born in New York, it was conceived in Jamaica. Five Steez is […]
Harn Solo is a New Orleans emcee that is well traveled. his new album “Journey To The Sky” was released early 2013, and is sample-free with live instrumentation from New Orleans musicians – Pro Prospek and Coco Dank. He was kind enough to take some time to discuss what hip hop means to him. Follow him […]
Its been a some months since you’ve heard from 810, last time he came with “Something To Prove” now he’s back and ready to show his growth as an artist over the past year. He’s been busy Directing Music videos, Recording, Learning to play “Piano”. Over this period of time he has experienced hardships that come […]
“If you’ve been with KevinNottingham.com for a while, you may remember one of our niches from 2008 – 2010 was our weekly remix competitions. Back then we held contests for producers to remix classic albums such as Illmatic, The Blueprint, and Mama Said Knock You Out. With our remix competitions and sample compilations, we prided ourselves in being a producer’s […]
Heart les is a young emcee from Quenns, NY.
The renowned Native Tongues crew has kicked off the new year with Evitan (“native” spelled backwards), the new hip-hop duo featuring Andres “Dres” Titus of Black Sheep and Jarobi White of A Tribe Called Quest, dropping a video for “P.T.I.” “The first single from the duo’s forthcoming debut album due out sometime this spring, and […]
The bouncy, anthemic jawn, produced by Luke Vibert, features lines paying tribute to some of the bar slinger’s favorite emcees and hip hop entities, ranging from the likes of A Tribe Called Quest, Mos Def and Black Thought to Jay-Z, Redman and Ludacris, all the while lacing some familiar components of the “Golden Era” with a modern flair.
“KHB has never been interested in the hype-over-substance world of here-today/gone-tomorrow mixtapes, so it is only fitting that our sole contribution to the medium opts for a different template. Instead of jumping on instrumentals from the latest pop-rap radio singles, we decided to see how our previously recorded verses would hold up when synched with […]