Seasoned Boston veteran Akrobatik (1/3 of ‘The Perceptionists’ w/ Mr. Lif & DJ Fakts One) calls upon another Bean-Town staple, M-Dot, as the two describe life on the road….trading bars effortlessly over LX Beat’s drum backdrop. The single “Migrate” can be found on Akrobatik’s forthcoming album “Antihero” (entirely produced by LX).
As a gift for today, got a bunch of new music from the German producers, the Snowgoons. As the Snowgoons, Grim Reaperz, Soulbrotha, Morlockko Plus, Crazeology, White Shadow, ScarcityBP, Kyo Itachi, Soulslicers… have proven, it’s become common practice for European beat makers to produce their tracks with well respected international MCs. The internet, social networks and it`s new forms […]
HiPNOTT Records teams with Akrobatik to present the new video for the title track to his 2014 album, Built To Last. Troop with Ak as he treks back to his hometown after being rebuilt to find out what happened to the world he once knew. Beats by Reason of 4AR and cuts by DJ Reel Drama.
9 months after releasing this track on their second LP Slice of Life, Swiss Producers, the Soulslicers and Mayhem give you the video “Venom” as a taste before their New joint album “Soul It May Seem” arrives Mid 2014. The album boasts appearances from Big Shug, Edo.G, Born & G, Absouljah, Akrobatik and Mayhem’s own EMS crew. Stay tuned….
On the heels of their European tour announcement, N.B.S. connects with frequent collaborators Snowgoons and veteran wordsmith Akrobatik to show fans the ‘Essence of Real Rap’.
In promotion for BURNTmd’s Not So Black & White full length, which is now available, the Brooklyn-born, Vermont transplant and now Colorado resident offers a free download of the album’s sampler which is blended, sliced and diced to perfection by Europe’s 1991 DMC Champion, DJ Grazzhoppa. Weighing in at just under six minutes, the fast paced […]
The FreEP “Enter The 63 Chambers” (63 coincidentally being Marchand’s Jersey Number and the mirror of Wu-Tang’s debut album title) will be released in late February 2012. The six-songs featured on “Enter The 63 Chambers” are all Akrobatik over classic Wu-Tang instrumentals are surely the first hockey related hip-hop songs ever recorded (true “fight music”); […]