Quelle Chris links up with Soul Assassins affiliate, Alchemist, as well as Guilty Simpson for this cut called PRX from his recently released Ghost At The Finish Line LP.
Ca$his dropped by the show and dropped some freestyle fire. Shot by @ErndoggLA Soul Assassins Radio Monday Nights @Shade45 @SiriusXM. If you’re in LA, join us for the live taping at Backside Records in Burbank every Thursday night at 7pm.
Check out the new video for “The Danger” featuring Vinnie Paz, Celph Titled, and Apathy from the upcoming Esoteric And Stu Bangas album Machete Mode. If you like that sweatshirt Apathy is rocking, you can cop it here!
B Real stopped by the Soul Assassins Radio Show located at Backside Records in Burbank, CA on Thursday (Oct. 10) to discuss his upcoming Serial Killers project with Xzibit and Demrick (Young De) which is set to drop at the end of this month. The Cypress Hill frontman also revealed that he’s back in the studio with his longtime band-mates and they are working on a new reunion album spearheaded by DJ Muggs.
In this exclusive video by AllHipHop.com, B Real states that right now the album is “dark and raw” and even described it as being in “the darkest corner of The Temple of Boom.” Soul Assassins Radio airs on Mondays from 7pm to 9pm on Sirius/XM’s Shade 45 channel.
Tune in this Monday for the Full Interview and a whole lot of Hip Hop!
Strife team up with Ambitious Films and HB Super to bring you the official video for “Carry The Torch” from Strife’s recently released album, Witness A Rebirth.
The video was filmed at the legendary Conne Island, a music venue and cultural center in Leipzig, Germany.
“Carry The Torch” features guest appearances from members of Stick To Your Guns, H20, Sick of it All, Alpha & Omega, First Blood, Final Prayer, Risk It!, The Haverbrook Disaster, and more.
The video pays homage to the bands that inspired Strife, while shedding light on a new generation of bands that are carrying the torch of the true spirit of hardcore.
Strife features Andrew Kline who also plays in DJ Muggs’ newest project Cross My Heart Hope To Die.
A standout collaborative dubstep track with Fred Wreck from Muggs’ 2012 EP Sound Boy Killa, the visuals feature rowdy kids who are up to no good in the streets of Los Angeles. Whether they’re stealing Muggs’ latest album Bass For Your Face, robbing liquor stores or giving dudes crotch shots, the youth are wreaking havoc while the sun’s still out. Think twice next time your nephew visits.
Always a busy man, DJ Muggs is currently working on a handful of projects. That hasn’t stopped the 45-year-old producer from providing fans with a visual treat like “Drop the Beat.” In a recent interview, Muggs said, “While I’m in the studio working on the new Cypress Hill album and Cross My Heart albums; I wanted to drop this California bass music visual and bring a playful fun vibe to it for the whole family to enjoy!”