One year ago Hip Hop lost one of it’s shining stars. Sean Price left us all too soon and too young. In a dedication to Sean Price Ras Kass has decided to release a new video for a song off his new album Intellectual Property:SOI2. The song has Sean Price in the booth reciting his famous […]
riP! Virginia rapper Sketch McGuiney comes through today with the video for “World War Z,” his tough as nails collaboration alongside veteran West Coast representative Ras Kass and the late Sean Price. The Jay Gregory-directed video matches the grittiness of the track, with all three MCs spittin’ razor sharp bars over the Team Demo backdrop. “My crew and I literally grew up on Boot Camp Clik and […]
The hard hitting beat by Team Demo serves as the perfect soundbed for Sketch McGuiney, Sean Price and Ras Kass to unleash some powerful wordplay. For those who still hungry for new Sean Price bars since his passing in August of this year, this track won’t disappoint. “World War Z” is the new single from Sketch McGuiney’s upcoming album.
BP brings you an EXCLUSIVE REMIX of “Historic” by The Four Horsemen (Ras Kass –Kurupt – Canibus – Killah Priest) ft Tragedy Khadafi. The Amityville producer takes the listener into each of the MC’s separate chambers, showcasing each MC’s verse, and delivering a new perspective of the original song.
Legendary hip hop producer Domingo continues his pace of releasing banger after banger. Domingo flexed his production talents and reach with this release of the song “Men At Work 2020” which appears on his album Same Game New Rules with Kool G Rap, Nutso, Ras Kass, Action Bronson, Necro and another legendary producer Marley Marl. […]
Blasphemy, the collaborative album from Detroit producer Apollo Brown and West Coast legend 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. Behind the boards, Apollo Brown orchestrates with divine aural vision. Though Blasphemy is […]
Blasphemy, the collaborative album from esteemed and fast-rising Detroit producer Apollo Brown and the west coast’s premiere political poet 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 and when Ras […]