Ancient History: February, 2016

ARIS MC / ARISFACTS

Posted by RocktheCity On February - 25 - 2016

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ARIS MC / ARISFACTS
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Directo de Australia / HIP HOP DON´T STOP / Disfrutn el dsonido y experiencia
Aris MC – “ArisFacts” (Full Mixtape)

Old school..Recorded at Studio 48, peace to Manny.Mixed by Jaymac.

Song 1- Aris- Coming Through Your Fukin Block (mix)
Song 2- Aris- Art Of Facts (mix)
Song 3 Aris- Bumrush (mix)
Song 4 Aris- Whayback (mix)
PEACE .. AND LOVE SUPPORT

Watching my name go by – 1976 New York City Graffiti

Posted by RocktheCity On February - 23 - 2016

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Watching my name go by – 1976 New York City Graffiti

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Watching My Name Go By (1976). Graffiti Days! (NYC) New York City Graffiti

Without NYC, we wouldn’t have worldwide graffiti as it is today! This is a VINTAGE Film about the EARLY DAYS of ORIGINAL 1970’S NEW YORK CITY GRAFFITI. A true Hidden GEM!

VINILOS / GHOSTFACE KILLAH

Posted by RocktheCity On February - 22 - 2016

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DJ UVE / VINILOS GHOSTFACE KILLAH
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Otro capitulo? Otro episodio? Dj Uve en LOBO LAB TV nos ofrece su particular vision,cultural del Hip Hop. Esto es Hip Hop , Vinilos , Sonido , ESTILO
No te pierdas y disfruta del video.
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Vinilos – Ghostface Killah

DJ UVE LOBO LAB : Ghostface Killah es uno de mis mc’s favoritos. Su primer disco es un clásico incuestionable al que ha sabido dar continuidad. He intentado repasar su carrera en un único vídeo; en ella hay discos indispensables para los fans del Hip-Hop y, década tras década, siempre sabe ser relevante. De hecho, a día de hoy mis discos favoritos de los últimos años llevan su firma. Y sus colaboraciones con músicos como BADBADNOTGOOD, The Revelations o Adrian Youngue son una pasada y todos absolutamente recomendables.

En algo más de 12 minutos, un repaso rapidísimo a 17 álbumes de los que más de la mitad se merecerían un capítulo completo. Sirva como homenaje e introducción para los que no conocen el universo GFK aka Tony Starks, Ironman!!

Discos de los que se habla en el vídeo:
1995 – Only Built 4 Cuban Linx… (disco encabezado por Raekwon)
1996 – Ironman
2000 – Supreme Clientele
2001 – Bulletproof Wallets
2004 – 718 (Theodore Unit)
2004 – The Pretty Toney Album
2005 – Put It On The Line (con Trife Da God)
2006 – Fishscale
2006 – More Fish
2007 – The Big Doe Rehab
2009 – Ghostdini Wizard Of Poetry In Emerald City
2009 – Only Built 4 Cuban Linx… Pt. II (disco encabezado por Raekwon)
2010 – Apollo Kids (No sale en el vídeo)
2010 – Wu-Massacre (Meth • Ghost • Rae)
2013 – Twelve Reasons To Die (con Adrian Younge)
2013 – Twelve Reasons To Die “The Brown Tape” (con Apollo Brown, no sale en el vídeo)
2014 – 36 Seasons (con The Revelations)
2015 – Sour Soul (con BadBadNotGood)
2015 – Twelve Reasons To Die II (con Adrian Younge)
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Ghostface Killah (born Dennis Coles, May 9, 1970) is a rapper and member of the hip hop collective Wu-Tang Clan. After the Wu-Tang achieved breakthrough commercial success in the early 1990’s, Ghostface, like his clan-mates, began a solo career, which turned out to be one of the most critically and commercially successful solo careers of the group members. He also frequently goes by the alias of Tony Starks, taken from the secret identity of Marvel Comics super hero Iron Man, Tony Stark.
As a solo artist, he first appeared on “Only Built 4 Cuban Linx” (with clan-mate Raekwon in 1995), then on the soundtracks to “Sunset Park” and “Don’t Be A Menace To South Central While Drinking Your Juice In The Hood”. His first solo LP was “Iron Man” in 1996, which was successful in hip hop circles and debuted at #2 on the pop charts. It had more of a pronounced soul influence (particularly 1970’s soul) than previous Wu-Tang solo releases, and Ghostface’s future albums would continue this stylistic trait. Ghostface became well-known for both his uptempo, seemingly indecipherable stream-of-consciousness raps and, later in his career, for his very emotionally charged delivery (first seen on the Wu-Tang Clan track “Impossible”). He’s known for his surreal references, and seemingly over reaching metaphors. His follow-up to “Ironman” was “Supreme Clientele” in 2000, which was critically acclaimed by both mainstream critics and hip hop enthusiasts. “Cherchez La Ghost”, a single off the album, became a minor club hit, and the sentimental “Child’s Play” brought Ghostface numerous comparisons with Slick Rick. Ghostface wasted little time in recording his next album, the heavily R&B-influenced “Bulletproof Wallets” which was released a year after “Supreme Clientele”. He had another minor club hit with “Flowers” (meaning rappers, people who “flow” lyrically, rather than a reference to horticulture) which featured guest vocals from fellow Wu-Tang members Method Man and Raekwon. In April of 2004, The “Pretty Toney Album” was released on Def Jam Recordings; it featured collaborations with Missy Elliott and Jadakiss and was Ghostface’s first album to be credited to “Ghostface” rather than “Ghostface Killah”. “Tush” and “Run”, two singles taken from The “Pretty Toney Album”, achieved moderate success in the clubs and the charts. The album was named 9th Best Album of the Year on Pitchfork Media’s end of the year list. Ghostface also appeared on the track “On My Knees” by UK R&B group The 411 which became a hit in the UK and Australia, and released an album titled “718” with a group of his proteges, calling themselves The Theodore Unit.

Ribon / ENDLESS LOOPER

Posted by RocktheCity On February - 18 - 2016

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Ribon / ENDLESS LOOPER
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Endless Looper” es el sexto álbum en solitario de Ribon, mcee y beatmaker afincado en Barcelona. La diferencia entre éste y sus anteriores trabajos es el hecho de estar centrado exclusivamente en su faceta de productor, presentando así un LP instrumental basado en la cultura del sampleo, rindiendo tributo al Hip Hop y sus elementos a través de diferentes texturas sonoras.

“Endless Looper” is the sixth solo album of Ribon, mcee and beatmaker based in Barcelona. The difference between this and his previous albums is the fact that this one is focused exclusively on his role as producer, presenting an instrumental LP based on the sampling culture, paying tribute to Hip Hop and its elements across different sound textures.
SUPPORT: RIBON LS / NUESTRA PALABRA ES LEY LA ESENCIA ES SAGRADA


Produced & Mixed by Ribon for Serial Survivor Producciones at Groundpeople Sound Lab, Barcelona
Mastering by Calagad 13 / Photography by Ignasi Cases “Kiricks” / Artwork by Groundpeople
Fresh Kingdom Records | Argot Stereo | Secuaces Crew | Barcelona

Kage / JuankaElblanko / Riak /* STREETART *

Posted by RocktheCity On February - 13 - 2016

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JuankaElblanko-Kage-Riak / STREETART
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Kage de COSTRA RAP cru,nos trae junto a JuankaElBlanco y Riak un audiovisual representando el graffiti ,el vandalismo / no artista no mc


KAGE / Costra Rap
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COSTA RICA / ZULU NATION / HAGAMOSLO POSIBLE

Posted by RocktheCity On February - 13 - 2016

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This is a project where every community, in every neighborhood should learn
HIP HOP DONT STOP
DONT STOP THE ROCK
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Centro Comunitario de Hip Hop en San José, Costa Rica

WRITE/ZULU NATION COSTA RICA:
Somos Zulu Nation Costa Rica, una organización de activismo social fundada en marzo del 2014, que trabaja a través del Hip Hop y la cual está compuesta por artistas, músicos, estudiants, profesionales, entre otros. Actualmente tenemos la oportunidad de abrir un centro cultural comunitario en la llamada Zona Roja de San José, la cual es una de las zonas más excluidas y marginalizadas del país, marcada por la venta de drogas, el empleo informal, la represión policial, y la falta de oportunidades.

Nuestra propuesta es iniciar en conjunto con la comunidad un proceso de transformación social a través de la educación popular y la cultura Hip-Hop en sus diversas manifestaciones. Este centro será pensado principalmente para el uso recreativo y educativo al alcance de niños, niñas y jóvenes de esta y otras comunidades del país.
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Para ser realidad este proyecto necesitamos del apoyo de todos ustedes. Estamos buscando fondos para la compra de materiales, mobiliario, equipos y para la remodelación y mantenimiento del edificio y de los programas educativos.

Queremos que este espacio esté continuamente abierto y sea de uso comunitario, donde tendremos la posibilidad de realizar actividades participativas tales como: talleres, cursos y capacitaciones en diversas áreas artísticas y educativas.
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SUPPORT: Cuentas:
PayPal: edoboma89@gmail.com
Banco Nacional: 200-01-080-101969-2

Para mayor información contactar al Zulu Nation Costa Rica: zulunationcostarica@gmail.com