Since this month’s Radio Rehab is the Dance Therapy Edition we figured we would let some grownheadz share their favorite old school dance. Just do you know Radio Rehab is Thursday, August 16 at the Neighborhood Theater in NoDa.
During the last Radio Rehab we asked a simple qustion “Which rappers do you think would do good on Jeopardy”. You can get in on the fun too. The next Radio Rehab is Thursday July 19 at the Neighborhood Theater. Check the Radio Rehab Charlotte website here for more info
Buckshot, Sadat X, Charlie Brown, Dinco D and Dres got together with Revive Da Live Big Band to pay tribute to A Tribe Called Quest at Harlem Stage in New York. They performed some of Tribe’s classic cuts.
By the looks of things, it’s been a long time. Who ever thought Charlie Brown would be anything besides a beanpole? He could paraphrase Q-Tip’s line on Bonita Applebum: “I gained 20 pounds, 6 inches wider…”
Something a little interesting,maybe. Posted this video primarily to see what was up with Greg Nice lately but you decide about the track.
(from 4th Pyrmid’s people)
4th Pyramid is a MC/Producer/Songwriter from Toronto, Canada. Coming up the ranks as a producer and engineer, 4th Pyramid has quietly stacked credits for the Black Eyed Peas, members of Wu-Tang Clan, MF Doom, and Pete Rock, while licensing his own tunes with Sprite, Scion, and various feature films. Pyramid is also one-half of the DJ/production team The Sheen Bros, along with Cosmo Baker, and together the duo released their 2011 EP through Scion’s A/Vlabel. In December 2011, Pyramid launched his own imprint, Silk Ivory, a boutique label that was quickly signed to Lyrics To Go / Universal Music, and through the label 4th Pyramid will release his debut solo album, The Pyramid Scheme, onMarch 13, 2012.
And you thought they were just doing old school shows. Its De La Soul back with the first single from their new album called “De La Soul’s Plug 1 & Plug 2 Present First Serve”. I guess by emphasizing the Plug 1 and 2 parts of their name MAYBE they will throw the young cats off ’bout there hip hop roots. Cool video, but what up with Trugoy (Plug 2)? We know he’s trying to be funny but he really is ALL swolled up lookin like Rick Ross. He was never a skinny boy by any means but life is definitely treating him right.