They were good! Pretty tight stage show, and a venue like Jazz Cafe is perfect for them. As you’d expect, mostly did stuff of 93 'til Infinity, but also some things from 3rd Eye Vision, Heiro Oldies etc.
Yeah, same book, the one with the red subway cover was the UK edition. I just like the cover more lol.
There was also an Omnibus episode shown here with the same name. Worth a watch.
This book is really good too. I think there was a 1st edition in the exhibition.
he signed to Def Jam too didn’t he? wonder what that means for his distribution model …
Roc Marciano at EartH in April. Bought a ticket, hopefully this one actually happens.
Earl’s SICK! out physically finally, now to find it at a non-painful price
He Tweeted about it so guess it’s official.
tied between this and Lord Apex x Drae Da Skimask for me for favourite of 2023 in pesonal terms of what im listening to and not related to release date so far
[smallest text possible]The Mike album came out last year…[/smallest text possible]
ive tried to style it out, nobody will be able to tell
man i wish hed let me do his album art, would gladly do it for free and no credit lol
but otherwise… NEW QUIK!
That is horrendous
Can’t remember who recommended the book Rap Capital, about the Atlanta scene, but thanks, it’s very enjoyable.
Any other great hip-hop books? This is my first and going down a treat.
Ego Trip’s Book of Rap Lists is a classic if you can find it
I’ll definitely look it out. Just coming to the Migos portions of RC. All about their youthful exuberance and innate connection - reads with a real pall of sadness now.
read this many moons ago but i absolutely loved it. Great comprehensive book
Love the latest AJ Suede, think it’s his strongest by a decent distance since I became a fan. Has the haze and vibes of all his stuff, but with more punch and clarity than Metatron’s Cube - and it’s actually a full length so not just another throwaway 7 track project