- Geek & Sci-Fi
New York Hip-Hop has fallen on hard times as no young talent has stepped up to fill the shoes of the long list of ‘90s legends that laid the foundation.
The weather's broken and it's no more appreciated than here at TSS. The boots have been put away and the sneakers are out. Wireless hotspots & internet cards begin to look like sound investments when the sun begins to shine through the windows. Through it all, the content continues to fly fast and furious. Take a look back at some of the highlights of the past week: -- We've got your return role all laid out for you Dave.
Similar to the earth's axis, the involvements in Hip-Hop come and go around in a circular motion.
Last year he was firing Yosemite Sam's with Torae.
Bar none, Duck Down has to be one of the most impressive labels left standing from the 90's.
New mixtape from Suffolk's own Kenn Starr.
In what might be the oddball-est/creative, spur of the moment marketing for a show I've seen in a minute, Don Will's been kidnapped.
"The first single 'Party Crashers' reiterates the pith with a delirium of clashing cymbals and broken glass sound effects with Torae playing the disorderly patron threatening to tear the club up if he’s not on the guest list.
They say if you can't beat 'em, you might as well join 'em.
Words By Jason Hortillas Here's a glimpse into producer Marco Polo's studio in Brooklyn.
The decade between Heltah Skeltah's last studio album Magnum Force has brought forth some significant changes that carried the possibility of altering the future of the group, if not ending it all together.
The other day, we hipped you to the fact that eMC, Torae & Marco Polo were touring on the other side of the map.
Visit www.marcopolobeats.com for the business including more info, tour dates, etc.