Mick Boogie Asserts Beastie Boys Place in Rap History With “Grand Royal” Mixtape (Listen & Download)
Posted by Nathan S. on 04/23/12 |
Filed under Downloads, Beastie Boys, Mick Boogie
Unless you're a true OG yourself or have really studied your hip-hop, I don't think most people truly recognize the Beastie Boys' place in rap history. If the Beasties weren't literally one of the first major hip-hop groups in history, they were the second. Mike D, Ad-Rock and MCA began making hip-hop at a time when hip-hop was widely considered to be only a passing fad. Listen and download...See more...
Yesterday I promised a Mick Boogie mash-up project combining the massive rap forces of Big Boi and Rick Ross was on the way. Well it's on the way no more. Mick's incredibly cleverly titled "SouthernPlayalisticMaybachMusic" is here in full force and if you're a fan of either man, this one's a must listen. Listen and download...See more...
Posted by Nathan S. on 01/11/10 |
Filed under Videos, The Canz, Mick Boogie
For those who missed the drop of their breakthrough mixtape "The Slow Rise Project", presented by Mick Boogie, rising crew The Canz just dropped the visuals to the project's lead single "Can't Hold Me Down", a video that may not have the flash of a Hype Williams project, but definitely still gets the job done. See more...See more...
Posted by Nathan S. on 11/03/09 |
Filed under Downloads, Mixtapes, The Canz, Mick Boogie
The music industry is littered with the remains of those whose rise to fame was too fast and sudden for them to handle (Britney Spears, DMX, ), but The Canz are wisely taking the steady approach to hip-hop fame on their new project "The Slow Rise Project." Produced in collaboration with the apparently inexhaustible Mick Boogie, "Slow Rise" is a musically adventurous work; exactly what you'd expect from a duo who grew up in Ghana and now call Georgia home. See more to listen and download...See more...
Posted by Nathan S. on 10/28/09 |
Filed under Downloads, Mixtapes, Mick Boogie, Idle Warship
Last week we brought you the new-school BK anthem "Go Brooklyn" from Idle Warship, an almost staggering dope crew consisting of Talib Kweli, Philly singer Res and Toronto emcee/vocalist Graph Nobel. This week we've got Idle Warship's new conceptual album "Party Robot", a work of hip-hop creativity and quality mixed by Mick Boogie. See more to listen and download. See more...