Friday, March 7, 2014
The New 52 weekly series from Midaz The Beast is back once again with another banger featuring Synopse, Tzarizm & Rugged titled "The Hallway"
Kelly Divine speaks about male porn stars not being able to perform on set and gives her reasons why this occurs. Also, Kelly discusses a situation she had on set with a male pornstar which didn't work out very well.
Dutch producer James McDurt presents his version of the classic record from the late Notorious B.I.G's "Kick In The Door" The Brooklyn Way EP from James McDurt will drop March 9th.
Cipha Sounds and Peter Rosenberg interviews the legend Marley Marl as he discusses his early rise in Hip-Hop interning for Mr. Magic on WBLS, before making hip hop he was a electronic producer and more.
Alchemist speaks on not having production on Eminem's LP, The Step Brothers, New collabs with Nas and more
Adra-matic of Adra-matic.com catches up with the mad scientist The Alchemist as he speaks about possible future collaborations with NAS, not having his production on Eminem's album, The Step Brothers project and more.
Adramatic.com: What’s the song you enjoyed the most recording for the Step Brothers’ project?
The Alchemist: Legendary Mesh, it was nuts. Adramatic.com: With all the rapper you produce for, it must be a dilemma to know for which one u’d give your best productions. So how do you choose?
The Alchemist: I don’t know… The one who’s gonna be the biggest and make the most noise.
Adramatic.com: You released the Albert Einstein album with Prodigy, there’s the IMDKV track which is one of my favorite of 2013, what was your inspiration behind that beat?
The Alchemist: For the whole project I was taking a bunch of old school 80′s rap beats and mixed them with weird dark samples, taking more drums from the 80′s rap type shit and just blended them.
Adramatic.com: How would you describe it?
The Alchemist: Grandmaster Cash meets Goblins’ soundtrack from Suspiria’s soundtrack. I love that song, when we do it live it always works.
Adramatic.com: Can we expect some new collaborations with Nas?
The Alchemist: Man I hope, we’ve been having a little bit of contact lately, he’s one of the best of all times, we’ll see.
Adramatic.com: I’d like to know more about my two favorites songs from Step Brothers (Alchemist & Evidence). The first one is Let Yourself Go. So what was your inspiration behind that beat?
The Alchemist: I made it in Eminem’s crib on the headphones on the MPC 2000 XL. Eastern european record, chopped it up. I made it with the headphones so it was different.
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RedApples45 does it again as they bring to you the new LUV NY video titled "Snake Charmer" featuring vocals from AG, Kurious, Superstar Dave Dar and production courtesy of Ray West. Snake Charmer was on the 2012 LUV NY release LP and will be on the limited edition LUV NY cassette tape titled "The Snake Tape." Pre-order The Snake Tape on FATBEATS.COM