“Don’t act important, BE important.”- R.I.P Big Proof
Dilated Peoples, Rass Kass, Kurupt, Alchemist, Strong Arm Steady, Planet Asia, Chali2na, Oh No, Craig G, Frank Nitty, Buff 1, Dj Rhettmatic, Salam Wreck, House Shoes, with special guests : Bishop Lamont, Mc Lyte, Macy Gray, Carmit Bachar
Doors @ 9pm-2am 21+ $15 at door 100% of proceeds go to Proof’s family. 6801 Hollywood Blvd, Suite 433, (323)461 9800
If you cannot make it to the benefit for the Proof Foundation at Highlands in Hollywood tomorrow, you can send a check or money order to Proof Foundation, 22967 Woodward Ave#209, Ferndale MI 48220.
I believe a proper introduction is due. Ms. Durand toured with Foreign Exchange when they fist established their live road act. Most prominent adding a layer of heavenly on the Nicolay Shibuya CD, the intro track to the third Little Brother album, “Get Back” (Sirens), on the Buckshot & 9th Wonder (“Go all out”) single and (man listen) from ” The Formula” their 2nd collaboration together. All though no longer involved with FE she just this holiday weekend dropped the free gem “The Doug & Patty EP” along with Vaughn Garcia.
1. Best worst/moments in the studio?
Well the only time I can think of an univiting time in the studio was a couple of years back, with this guy who thought he was the shit. I didn’t say a word. He kept telling me what to do over and over and over again so he could piece …
The young Fresno MC Fashawn, has built up quite a buzz in a short time, with his first official full length Boy Meets World recently released to rave reviews. Barely skin deep in his career, he's already made a habit of creating fans instantly with an insane amount of energy during his live shows, in addition to the plethora of established artists lucky enough to have collaborated him in the studio. Currently on tour, building his catalog with addictive beats, verses ...
Ethiopian sample-based hip-hop instrumentation from Oxnard, CA? Yes m’am, straight from the 805, Oh No aka Dr. No drops yet another classic album off Stones Throw that is sure to entertain jazz heads, hip-hop heads, culture vultures, and all those in search of a creative and pure sound—Dr. No’s Ethiopium. Following 2007’s Oxperiment, Oh No once again comes through with a lavish and cohesive album in the vein of label mate (and brother) Madlib’s Beat Konducta Vol. 3-4: Live in India. Oh No’s impeccable beat composition shines through on ...
Oh No of Stones Throw recently caught up with HipHopDX for a pretty insightful interview on where he is at and where he’s taking it these days. Catch the full interview HERE. If reading is too much for you on hump day then check the video below!