A lot has changed since the year 2000, but love for Deltron 3030 seems to remain constant year after year. Following a 12 year break, the collaboration between rapper Del the Funky Homosapien, DJ Kid Koala, and producer Dan the Automator, is back with a new album, Deltron Event II, which should be dropping later this year. The trio debuted their first single, “Pay The Price” yesterday on this new thing called Facebook. It was only up for 24 hours, but thanks to another innovation called YouTube, the song is still out there for you to enjoy.
Oh, and one more thing. 3030 is now only 1018 years away.
FLuD is proud to announce a very special collaboration with legendary Bay Area hip hop collective, Hieroglyphics, responsible for paving the way for independent hip hop worldwide while spawning solo careers from Del The Funky Homosapien, Souls of Mischief, Pep Love and Casual. It was Souls of Mischief that created the classic hit “From 93 Till Infinity” and the Hieroglyphics’ logo is one of the most recognized logos in hip hop history, featuring the ubiquitous third eye, invented by Del The Funky Homosapien.
Available now for the holiday season, the limited edition watch showcases Hiero’s timeless third eye logo that is black, 44mm in size, water resistant to 3ATM, PVC bands, and packaged in a polycarbonate case with additional logo hits.
The SF rapper’s full length album is finally out now and features some great collaborations from the likes of MURS, Del the Funky Homosapien, LuckyIAm, Psalm One, Moe Green and more.
Today, enjoy the official music video to the song “It’s Beautiful” featuring Living Legends crew member, LuckyIAm. The song was produced by 6Fingers and the video was directed & edited by Stretch for Stretch Shots.
Lee Bannon’s “Fantastic Plastic” EP is out now via Plug Research!! The full length album should be expected to drop sometime in early 2012.
The young but prolific producer has already made waves with previous projects while working with some of hip hop’s biggest names including Talib Kweli, Consequence, Planet Asia and many others.
Lee Bannon’s single for “Search & Destroy” featured Chuck English of The Cool Kids while the b-side featured the song “The Things” featuring Del the Funky Homosapien.
Today, enjoy the full stream of the “Fantastic Plastic” EP, which focuses more on his instrumental works more so than his work with other rappers. Lee states that the overall album is a “producer album for the heads” and this EP showcases what he means by that statement. The instrumentals are …