- Geek & Sci-Fi
Words by C. Paicely Bring on the Illuminati and Freemason rumors! Another music video cryptically depicts pyramids and eyeballs with reckless neglect for the fragile psyches of the paranoid. Although, the more than casual fan will know Pharoahe's been sliding that symbol onto our monitors since his "Oh No" days, so let's move on.
Spoiler alert: Consequence's Movies On Demand will go down as one of the best mixtapes of 2010.
Pharoahe Monch makes an appearance with the first track from his debut Duck Down release, W.
We've all seen a few episodes of "Making The Band," including the one with the infamous "cheesecake walk." That alone makes the idea of working for the devil repulsive if you have a vertebrae and walk upright.
I didn't want to crash anybody's browser by including all the video footage that's been compiled thus far.
Conceptually, this looks way too elaborate to be given away for free, but Dexter is a trooper and he isn't so far removed that he doesn't understand you have to give a little to get a lot in today's game.
Politically, economically and culturally, a lot has changed since December 31, 1999.
If TSS was ever personified & able to project sound, the music found in this jam session would be the by-product.
Art by the homie Eric9 Not much to say that hasn't already been said about this.
It's often forgotten that before they were "tastemakers," DJ's used to prove themselves by cutting up records & moving the crowd.
Generally what you hear from the final product of an album doesn't represent the entire creation process.
Over the last decade or so Detroit carved out a nice identity for itself among Hip-Hop cities.
Pharoahe breaks out a guerrilla-styled video for his remake of PE's tune, originally featured on Desire.
"Got A Crib Wit A Grammy & A Gat On The Shelf.