It’s been twenty years of Beat Junkie Sound, and the legendary crew has a new tour, LRG sponsored documentary & collector’s edition apparel. Catch them this weekend on the first leg of the tour this Saturday at the Echoplex, June 30th.
With a new solo album and a new label (Rhymesayers), rapper Evidence will be the first person to tell you he is prepared to put in nothing less than hard work. We caught up with him before his show right as he received the news his DJ (Fresh) couldn’t fly to the show due bad weather conditions. But obstacles be damned, not only did his improvisational DJ deliver, Evidence also brought a female fan onstage and began to do a flawless rhyming duet and fearlessly rocked the spot without any “evidence” of hesitation.
“In 2011 putting out a successful album is a mirror of your effort. If you’re working hard at it and you deserve it, you’re getting paid.” …MORE
Eligh & Amp Live’s collaborative album “Therapy At 3” is out November 15th.
Today, enjoy the first official album leak for the track “Tattoo Song” which discusses Eligh’s fascination with tattoos and it’s various meanings behind them. The song will be accompanied by an official music video coming soon.
Also, Eligh & Amp Live share a personal video message to their fans about the October 12th pre-order date for “Therapy At 3,” which will include special bonuses including a personal phone call from both Eligh and Amp Live.
Finally, make sure to catch Eligh & Amp Live as part of “How The Grouch Stole Christmas” tour which features Z & G & E (Zion-I, The Grouch, Eligh), Evidence (of Dilated Peoples) and DJ Fresh. Check the tour …
Flud Watches presents the fourth “Beats Per Minute” video featuring Evidence in celebration of their “BPM” Watch as part of their new summer collection. The “Beats Per Minute” Video Series showcases some of hip hop’s most influential producers highlighting their craft, while discussing changes in the game, crate diggin’, equipment and their advise to the new generation.
In this fourth episode, Evidence discusses his beginnings meeting QDIII (Quincy Jones’ son) which in turn became a hub for folks like Alchemist, Will.I.Am, and others. He also discusses the similarities and connections between producers and graffiti artists and wanting to be ‘behind-the scenes.’ Evidence discusses various changes in …