"And if I had to choose, I'm the dark-skinned Vivian.
- Geek & Sci-Fi
"Bad kid, good person with no hope, Young kid bad living wit' good coke" Harlem representative Rugz D.
Rugz D. Bewler's latest video for his song "Woosah", off his By Any Means Necessary project.
Key figure in Harlem's rap renaissance Rugz D. Bewler drops the video, "Cuz I'm Black," which is off his current project By Any Means Necessary.
Harlem native Rugz D. Bewler takes the viewer on a high-res stroll through Uptown with the wistful video for “By Any Means Necessary.
Rugz D. Bewler releases By Any Means Necessary, the follow-up to last year's spectacular but slept-on Save Bewler: The Memoirs of Muhammad Mc'Fly.
It looks like I failed Rugz D. Bewler.
Emilio Sparks gets paid to be a professional cretin.
So, obviously it's Valentine's Day and amongst other things, it is a day observed for a slew of free music under the premise of knockin' the boots, heartache and faux emotions. Gotta love Hip-Hop for it. Instead of turning the site into the Anthony Thomas music section, we decided to wrangle up the mixtapes/EPs, songs and visuals that are making this day longer than it needs to be. Dirty Money - LoveLove Vs. HateLove, The Last Train to Paris Valentines Day Love Mix -- Diddy and the gals take a pit stop from Paris to drop some remixed smooth grooves that will probably start the night off right before things slow to a silent creep. Available here.
Ski Beatz gathers his 24 Hour Karate School ninjas tabi & Rugz for the collaboration of "Donald Trump's Theme Song.
The holiday mixtape wave continues with the Jonny Shipes long anticipated Goodtalk, Vol. 9 finally available for public consumption.
To get where you going, you have to know where you been. And before Rugz D. Bewler bursts through the glass ceiling, he's giving the good people of this earth some rememberance of him by penning Save Bewler: The Memoirs Of Muhammad Mc'Fly.
After blessing one of the most head-nod-inducing tracks on Ski Beatz's 24 Hour Karate School, up and coming rhymer Rugz D. Bewler finds himself gracing yet another on of Ski's creations on "Renaissance.
As late career renaissances go, Ski Beatz’ has to be one of the most unexpected. Nevertheless, the man behind “Dead Presidents” rise from the ashes has nothing to do with luck, but rather an ability to consistently craft pristine tracks for young MCs like Curren$y and Jay Electronica. Having gotten his mojo back, Beatz steps out of the background and into the spotlight with his own album, 24 Hour Karate School. The result is easily one of best exhibitions of the year. Over a fast moving twelve tracks, Beatz establishes himself as a master of many styles, adept at transitioning between different sounds. The mournful horns of opener “Nothing But Us” bleed beautifully into the rough dissonance of “Go,” as Ski Beatz enlists the odd combination of Jim Jones and Curren$y to give the album some guttural flavor.
Rugz D. Bewler may have one of the stranger monikers around, but that hasn’t stopped him from turning heads with his skills on the microphone.
The level of anticipation for Ski's 24 Hour School has wavered from a butterflies-in-stomach effect to "believe it when I see it," but as of right now, all skeptics should bow to the sensei because September 21st is the day the dojo will be opened.