The prolific and timeless JMT frontman, Vinnie Paz, has yet another project on the way, seemingly adding to his mounting musical legacy. Burn Everything That Bears Your Name is the title of the album, and that is dropping on April 23rd. For this particular track, Paz, joins forces with producer extraordinaire, Stu Bangas. And they cook up a high energy joint that is sure to appease fans. Enjoy and mark the date!
Foul Monday, Starvin B, and Flushing Tek combine with producer Stu Bangas for this track on the After Ourz project. And if you know ANY of the names affiliated you know what this project is about. On this particular joint, you are getting that unfiltered NYC grimy lyricism with that exceptional production that Bangas is always affiliated with! The project is seven tracks long and won’t disappoint in the least.
Here’s one of the choice cuts from Ty Farris’ recent project, No Cosign Just Cocaine 2. I like this project even more than the first installment. A track like this can just be considered cold-blooded. Stu Bangas is on the production.
Enjoy, and as always, if you are feeling the joint, make sure you cop!
Blacastan and Stu Bangas are all but set to release their new album next week, The Uncanny Adventures Of Watson And Holmes. And this song definitely sets the tone for the release. Stu Bangas really has developed some sickness from behind the boards on this one. The bass line…guitar licks…with the drums is premier stuff. Blacastan delivers his bars like a hell hound. He’s got firey bars and owns this rhythm.
Can’t wait to see what’s on tap with this album.
I didn’t realize that Blacastan and Stu Bangas had an album in the works (Watson and Holmes). For their first offering, Nubian Metal, it’s an AOTP reunion of sorts with Vinnie Paz and Celph Titled jumping on the track. It’s more of what you have come to expect from the team: that hard-body hip hop. It’s not my favorite track out at the moment, but it still knocks with the best of them.
The album drops July 29th.
I am typically not a fan of montage/mashup videos but this one for Steel Chairs had me feeling a bit nostalgic. I grew up watching the likes of Arn and Oli Anderson and the Four Horsemen so this video took me back. I hadn’t thought about any of those names in a long while. And lets not forget to mention that the music from Esoteric and Stu Bangas is prime choice. Make sure you peep their new album, Machete Mode.
New video off of Estoeric and Stu Bangas’ upcoming album, Machete Mode. The album is available for preorder on itunes right now and is slated to drop on November 26th. This particular cut has a tag team battle taking place over some ill Stu Bangas’ production. It’s Planetary and Blacastan taking on Reef and Esoteric. You decide the victor!
HHD is proud to debut this video for, Ticking Timebomb. We’ve been talking about Big O on HHD for a year now at least. Lets get the word out regarding this talent coming out of Cleveland, Ohio. He’s offering a different sound than the Midwest might be known for typically. He’s got a punishing technique and delivery that is only amplified when you combine his talents with that of, Stu Bangas.
“You spit raps like you want to spoon or cuddle..” Haha. Ain’t that the truth! If you want the raw and uncut, and a break from the fru-fru, then this joint is for you.
Big O’s LP, Gravel Engagement, entirely produced by 4th Assassin is dropping this summer.