(From Pep’s people) Pep Love, part of the legendary Hieroglyphics crew, is one of the most esteemed veterans of independent West Coast hip-hop. It’s been 11 long years since Pep Love has released his critically-acclaimed album, Ascension, which took seven years to create. Since then, Pep has toured with his Hiero brethren, Souls of Mischief and Casual, nationally for 2011’s Rock The Bells Festival. Now, Pep is back with his official solo album, Rigmarole. With Rigmarole, Pep has set up the perfect wake-up call to new and old fans alike and he seeks to galvanize like-minded artists to rise again. With 17 tracks, no filler, Pep provides a lot of material to take in but after one listen, you’ll see that it was well worth the wait. Rigmarole is set for release on March 6th, 2012 via Hiero Imperium.
Well after an extended stay in the land of triflin and procrastination we here at GHz are back on the grind. Just when you thought the adults had left the buildng. BOOM guess who steps in the room. We have made a vow to be moe on it in 2012. Please hold us to it. Let us begin…..
We just (FINALLY) saw the Tribe Called Quest documentary “Beats, Rhymes and Life”. We’re tryin to get K-Rocka to buy (and not the bootleg) of the movie so we can discuss it on Grownhead Convo. As you know Big Pooh is formally of the group Little Brother another crew that got lots of dap before they disbanded. When I saw this remix featuring another storied percieved number 2 guy, Phife Dawg, I had to check it out. Big Pooh’s newest CD Dirty Pretty Things is in stores now.