True Rhythm & Lokal Supply Co. Present B. Major - Symphony In B.Major Vol.2 (A Hip Hop Mix Tape)
True Rhythm & Lokal Supply Present:
B.Major - Symphony In B.Major Vol. 2 (A Hip Hip MixTape)
*track list below
If you like what you hear PLEASE take a quick minute and follow B.Major on his...
Here's my Wu-Tang ReFix of "So Good" by Davina. If you're not familiar, she was a dope neo-soul singer from the 90's who produced and wrote all of her own material. For this refix, I extracted the La The Darkman & ODB vocals from the remix (which had an inferior beat IMO), and combined them with...
You telling me Shimmy Shimmy isn’t better than most Wu records and that’s just one
The most traditional rapper in the Wu
Utilized Pop music the best Ghetto Superstar, Fantasy, Baby I got your money
Drunken flow most akin to a kung fu style
Most unique and arguably hardest -...
Can we talk bout actual music today in The Booth?
No album can go bar for bar with this album. Every verse on this list is 5/5 and i had a hard time leaving some off
Ghostface - impossible
U-God - a better tomorrow
Ol dirty b*stard - reunited
Inspectah deck - triumph
Was looking through one of my cd cases for an older but recently bought Three 6 Mafia album, but came across this Wu-Tang Legendary Weapons compilation, and totally forgot I even had it. For y'all that had it or listened to it, what did y'all think about it?
Chung King Studios, NYC’s “Abbey Road” of Hip-Hop
05/23/2014 at 9:00 am
Posted In Arts & Culture, New York
by douglas capraro
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The Beastie Boys outside Chung King Studios’ original location on Varick Street in SoHo. Image via Frank 151.
Dubbed the Abbey Road of Hip-Hop, Chung...
Famed producer Easy Mo Bee has worked with plenty of notable artists over the years, including RZA, GZA, and ODB, who were unknown at the time he met them through their manager Melquan.
The Brooklyn-born producer shared a story about how Melquan used to bring various members of Wu-Tang to his...