Deep South London MC Montener The Menace links up quite a heavyweight squad to get down on his latest release on Certain Sound Records. Take It Back features the verbal skills of New York's Craig G and Boston's Edo. G.
The much anticipated album "The Year After" from Configa and DJ Views dropped 30th April and real Hip Hop heads already can't get enough!
Configa has been deep in the trenches for several years and has finally emerged with an album the world needs to hear. Having refined his production process, Configaration Vol 1 can rightly be called a Magnum Opus (he wont mind me saying!) due to the quality of the music and selection of features who do not disappoint, from the endorsement of Public Enemy's Chuck D, to the Godfather of rap, Spoonie Gee, to Juice Crew legend Craig G, a banger with Reks, a welcome introduction to a dope emcee called Vietnam and even a feature from the late great Sean P!
Rediculus releases his video directorial debut with a new single from his Masters of Conversation project. The talented producer and now video director from Chicago is releasing the first video he directed from his new project to the thrill of his fans around the world.
Queens based hip-hop duo Jak D (MC) and Jay W (producer), better known as Cold Heat get set to drop their third LP, Raising The Bar, on July 19th through Soulspazm Digital. Raising The Bar continues in the tradition of both of their previous bar themed releases, Bar Hoppin and Life Behind Bars, respectively.
Craig G (born Craig Morgan) is a rapper who hails from the Queensbridge housing project in Queens, New York, USA. Craig is best known as one of the original members of hip hop producer Marley Marl's Cold Chillin' Records group the Juice Crew, which consisted of other hip hop acts such as Big Daddy Kane, Kool G. Rap, Masta Ace and Biz Markie among others.