Ancient History: August, 2015

El Pelon * HDC / Seguro de constitución

Posted by RocktheCity On August - 31 - 2015

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El Pelon / HDC
Seguro de constitución


This mc CUBAN appears on the scene with this great album and as many HIP HOP’RS
including: MANI MAN in the sound / DJ ZEACK, and more contributors.
in the mic: Ether, Socio (ATK) among others ..
enjoy this sound /Made in Barcelona / SUPPORT:

El Pelón, Rapero cubano y miembro del dúo Hermanos De Causa.
En “Seguro de constitución”, encontramos rimas reflexivas y críticas de El Pelón, que nos presentan una realidad cotidiana cuasi distópica.

Y en las producciones, el esfuerzo rítmico de Kpu, El Lápiz, DJ Maroking, Maniman, PrimoBeatz, Sito Enfermo, Tino Fiumara y Binok, que tejen un tapiz sonoro que se adapta perfectamente al estilo de El Pelón. En el micro, tenemos aportaciones de Eter, Socio (Alterkdos) y Sito Enfermo, más un tema en solitario de Soandry, el compañero de El Pelón en Hermanos De Causa. El disco también cuenta con el scratch de DJ Zeack y DJ Objazz.

La mezcla y el master han sido realizados por Maniman en FreeBasement Studio (Barcelona).
Tema: Eres lo que quieres. Instrumental Sito Enfermo

Scratches:DJ Zeack Grabado en Luz de Zulo.

Descripción por DJ JUM.

Mickey Boston / Clone Locusts & Genetic Machinery

Posted by RocktheCity On August - 31 - 2015

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Mickey Boston / Clone Locusts & Genetic Machinery


Raspy voice, cool style,
difficult to define a good young mc is easier when you hear it yourself / disk appear good collaborations,
the creator of this web / HipHopnometry, on the record, right in the 1st track: Peet Cal …/ among other good mc / dj Case / and producers.

After two full years of hiatus in the desert, Mic-Key Boston returns as Robotic Geneticist, Dr. Kovaks in his very first EP entitled Clone Locusts & Genetic Machinery. An EP entirely produced by young prodigy XEptional, MicKey Boston provides what is a narrative EP.

All tracks produced by XEptional / All scratches by CASE.
Executive produced by Mic-Key Boston & XEptional

Tracks 3 and 4 mixed by XEptional
Tracks 1, 2, 5 and 6 mixed by Conn-Shawnery
All tracks mastered by Thomas Hirsch and Julien Lebel Michon

Art by Jamie “Luther” Zampini / Cover layout by John Wholetrain.

Mickey Boston and Melo Malo / MUTANT CORP / Prod: XEPTIONAL
We wanted to include the cover of the album along with a video.

Mutant Corp. – Melo Malo & MicKey Boston (prod. by XEptional)

Bankai Fam – On my side / prod Azaia

Posted by RocktheCity On August - 30 - 2015

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Bankai Fam – On my side / prod Azaia.

ON MY SIDE / it is the phrase that gives title to the LP THIS GROUP / BANKAI FAM / FORMED BY:11-emcee s/ Skanks, El Gee, Phenom, Shatike, P. General, Gangsta, Top Notch, and One Click Bang (G. Stats, Low Banga, and Big BizNess).


This jewel is available on vinyl disc.
After listening you can appreciate good hip hop, something different, style, rap, roots, scratch and on vinyl for the DJs, enjoy.


Nine / Make Or Take feat. Smooth Da Hustler

Posted by RocktheCity On August - 23 - 2015

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Nine / Make Or Take feat. Smooth Da Hustler


Without this there is no motivation,without this, it would make sense?
I love TRUE SKUL I Love Hip Hop 90´ fuck./ We inject our veins this sound
also we write something about his biography / support:
one of his classics ///
Nine / Make Or Take feat. Smooth Da Hustler


Nine is HIP HOP from The Bronx, New York City, New York. He also been known as 9MM or Nine Double M. Known for his harsh, gravelly flow and distinctive voice, Keyes got his break in late 1993 as a featured guest on Funkmaster Flex and the Ghetto Celebs’ “Six Million Ways to Die”.

Keyes originally recorded under the moniker 9MM (or Nine Double M) before changing his name to simply Nine. He stated, “I didn’t want to be just be named after the gun (9mm). His stage name refers to his date of birth (9/19/1969), his shoe size, and his lucky number.
Nine’s debut album, Nine Livez, was released by the now-defunct record label Profile Records. Produced by Rob Lewis and Tony Stoute, the album produced the singles “Whutcha Want?” and “Any Emcee” (which samples Eric B. & Rakim).

Portions of Nine’s “Whutcha Want?” were featured in advertisements by US automobile manufacturer Jeep. The ads used the song “Steady Bounce” by KRS-One from his album Strickly For Da Breakdancers & Emceez, which also used a sample from Nine’s “Whutcha Want?”. According to an interview conducted with, Jeep never sought permission to use the sample, and Nine pursued legal action……


Blackalicious /Live

Posted by RocktheCity On August - 18 - 2015

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Blackalicious / Alphabet Aerobics / Paragraph President / Deception / “Live”

Blackalicious Live – On 4/20/06, Blackalicious and 1200 friends from the Pacific Northwest piled into Seattles heralded Showbox Theater to capture some boombastic moments in time. Joining them as part of this 45-day tour was Lateef, Pigeon John, LifeSavas and Fat Lip of the Pharcyde. Be sure to catch bits of interviews between the DVD tracks, see Gift of Gab and Chief Xcel talking about the making of their stage names, the beginning of their musical journey together, the musical direction, Hip Hop as a cultural Magnet, the new Indie Hip Hop era via the Internet, favorite artists and the way they influenced them, the making of Chemical Calisthenics and their unforgettable tour to Africa!

It is what it seems?really is better living, so imagine for a moment.
I can tell / full support:BLACKALICIOUS
Alphabet Aerobics

Paragraph President


Meyhem Lauren / Respect The Fly Shit

Posted by RocktheCity On August - 15 - 2015

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Meyhem Lauren / Respect The Fly Shit


Meyhem Lauren is a street savvy Queens-bred wordsmith in his mid twenties. He represents a genre in Hip Hop that is currently on the verge of extinction. While most artists of today compromise to industry standards, Meyhem continues to make pure uncut music for the street.

His style is reminiscent to Hip Hop’s golden era. A major factor that separates Mey from other artist in this category is the fact that he can rhyme about anything and still keep his identity. Several lyrically inclined artists’ still make quality music… the problem with these artists is that many of them are one dimensional.

Prior to picking up the mic, Meyhem was mainly known for getting fresh and getting money. A lot of rappers talk about living fast, luxurious name brand clothing, street life, etc… In reality many of them never had jewelry, exclusive footwear, or even a home of their own before signing a record deal. This is far from the case for Meyhem. To sum it up, he has been viewed as legendary figure long before he even thought of writing rhymes.

Meyhem’s debut appearance was on the DJ J-Love’s “King of What I Do” part 6 mix tape in 2004. Since then he has been on numerous other mix tapes and DVDs. Meyhem Lauren’s music is already on frequent rotation in various Hip Hop radio shows. The main shows that have shown support are: NYU’s Halftime Radio show, WKCR’s Squeeze Radio, Sirius Satellite Wax 40 Pure Amazement Show, The Dirty Hour, Industry Shakedown Radio as well as The Extravagangsta Radio Show. After being on the mixtape scene and working closely with J-Love for a few years “The Mixtape King” invited Meyhem to join him on an album that he had already started composing titled “Acknowledge Greatness”. On that project Meyhem and J-Love both shared the mic on a quest to bring New York City street rap back to its essence. Tracks were recorded with legendary lyricists such as Ghostface Killah, Kool G Rap, M.O.P., Cormega, Large Professor, AZ, Theodore Unit, Killa Sha, Tragedy Khadafi, Cappadonna, Old Dirty Bastard, Roc Marciano, and Thirstin Howl III. The album also featured brand new talent from artists such as Timeless Truth, Jay- Steele, Animal, Bagz Lo, and Take It. Shortly after the album was released die hard hip hop fans embraced it and reviewed it as an underground classic.


Also available EP / Vinyl / instrumental by: CHOPPED HERRING RECORDS