This is the early homemade version of Mikah 9's It's All Love album that was officially released a few years later on Basement Records. It's been a long time since I listened to this album, but I remember when it came out it didn't leave my CD player for months. I'm not sure where I got a copy of the early version from, but I'm sure it was from another blog posting good music.
24 April 2018
18 April 2018
I've written about The House List podcast in the past and I can only hope that you took my recommendation and checked it out. This week Peter Agoston is back with episode 80, a two hour interview with Eligh from the Living Legends. Do yourself a favor and listen to this episode, there's some great west coast underground history as well as an update on what Eligh is up to now.
10 April 2018
If you frequent this site then I hope you recognize the name Brandon B and you're familiar with his work....if not peep here, here, here, here, and here. Now that you're caught up I have a confession to make, I saw something about his new album Rhythmic American Poetry being released and I completely slept on it. My initial reaction was that it had a dope title and that the picture on the cover reminded me of when a friend asks you to make a bad decision and is awaiting your reply...I'm not sure why that combination caused me to sleep on it, but unlike Dr. Dre I have officially been caught slippin.
Fortunately for me Brandon B reached out which was the reminder I needed to check out his new album. Rhythmic American Poetry is ten tracks of everything you've come to expect from the Gurp City crew. Tough raps, relatable subject matter, regional slang, beats for the crib or the whip, and guest appearances from some of the best of the bay. Featuring guest raps from Z-Man, Equipto, Topr, Luke Sick, Eddie K, Mike Marshall and more. Do yourself a favor and head over to the Gurp City Digital Bandcamp and peep game on Rhythmic American Poetry from Brandon B.
3 April 2018
27 March 2018
As requested the first PBS album from Mercury and Lazerus Jackson. It took a while for me to become aware of the first PBS album when it came out, I'm not sure why since Disflex6 were killing it and Sunset Leagues as a crew/label were making lots of noise at the time. Enjoy.