Oh now this is ill on so many different levels! Skeptika concocted a toxically addictive brew by fusing that boom bap and some East Indian rhythms. The rhymes from SPNDA, Relentless, and Reks are all on point.
But the concept of the video is pretty unique and epic having female actors mouth the emcee’s lyrics while articulating an all out action scene.
What’s not to love here? Nothing. You love everything! And you should.
Skeptika has an album dropping in the fall called West Of Eden. I am going to keep my eyes peeled.
So I have drawn out our interview segment with Taboo for a couple of months to keep his name embedded in your noggins but it will all be coming to a close shortly. However, I strongly encourage our readership to check out all the short videos to get an idea for what Taboo is delivering to the game.
In this segment, Taboo goes in about all the projects he has in the works this year. Below I have showcased his latest track, Invocations, as a member of Double Negative.
Another installment of Taboo’s video series with Hip Hop Dependency. This time Taboo goes into some of his personal favorites when it comes to looking back at some of his favorite songs and verses. And we just happen to agree with him whole heartedly.
We are back to continue our interview segment with Taboo. This time he goes in on his newest project Escapism. It’s an amazing project that deserves maximum recognition as does one of it’s authors!
Taboo is back with the fifth part of our ten part series, this time going in on his writing process and how he constructs his bars. The man is just so gifted as a writer. He has the ability to make you think, set the mind adrift, and get you contemplating. He also has the penchant for just delivering you raw and unfettered destruction.
We are back to continue our video interview series with Taboo. Here we are on question number four where Taboo goes in on the things that challenge him as an artist. Enjoy, we are going to be completing this discourse over the course of the next couple of weeks so enjoy.
Also enjoy this track from his Bookowski project! We didn’t go into this particular project for the purposes of this interview but there is mad depth to be found there.
Here’s the their installment of our video interview series with Taboo. I hope you enjoy this first set of videos, questions, and responses. We will be posting more of this feature early next week.
Please make sure you continue to check out the man’s music. He is simply on another level.
This is the second interview question in our ten part series featuring wordsmith and emcee, Taboo.
We here are Hip Hop Dependency are really excited to bring you our first interview feature in years! And this really came to fruition out of true admiration for a man and his craft. Taboo has been one of the most creative rhyme writers over the course of the last few years. His music only gets better with time. His concepts and lyricism vary in range but ultimately are consistent in artistry and quality.
We really wanted to take the time to showcase and perhaps introduce Taboo to our readership in a way that provided depth. The man took the time to video his responses to our questions, giving this series a depth we hadn’t seen before. I really hope that you all will take the time to watch this series, so that you too can appreciate his unique and talented contribution to hip hop. Every day, for the next ten days we will be delivering his answers to our questions and showcasing some of our favorite music from him.
As Stryfe (Bandcamp, Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, Website) gets ready to release his next project, Rare Form Vol. 1 in a couple of weeks, I thought it would be a good time to let the HHD audience get a closer look at a great talent coming out of Detroit. When I first heard Stryfe and Marc Byrd’s album, The Last Resorts, I was sold that this was a talent that we would be following for a long time to come. So enjoy the interview, enjoy the music, and tell a friend!