Tag Archives: Consequence

New Joint – Son Of Light / Consequence / Noora Noor

Son Of Light ft. Consequence & Noora Noor – “Love & Hate” (Tee Productions /2012)

Soulful Tommy Tee-produced track from the Norwegian emcee’s forthcoming EP.

New Joint – Consequence

Consequence – “Step Up” (ItsTheCons.Com / 2011)

Produce Section-produced track from Cons’ mixtape “Curb Certified”.

New Joint – Consequence

Consequence – “Comic Book Flow” (ConstotheQuence / 2011)

The Queens emcee name drops everyone from Spider-Man to Silver Surfer on this cut from “Movies On Demand 3″.

New Joint – Consequence / Q-Tip / Havoc / Large Professor

Consequence ft. Q-Tip, Havoc & Large Professor – “Fake I.D.” (Band Camp Records / 2010)

All-star Queens NYC posse cut taken from Cons’ “Movies On Demand 2″.

“Fake I.D.” Trailer

New Joint – Consequence

Consequence – “Life Is Short” (Show Off / 2010)

Taken from Cons’ mixtape “Movies On Demand” and Statik Selektah’s “100 Proof” album.

The Intervention – DJ Davito

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New mix from East Coast heavyweight DJ Davito featuring an impressive artist line-up including Saigon, Immortal Technique, The GZA, Cormega etc – download here.

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Party Over Here – Q-Tip / Ali Shaheed / The RZA / 88 Keys / Consequence / DJ J-Period

A host of Hip-Hop celebs celebrate the forthcoming release of Q-Tip’s album “The Renaissance” at NYC’s Bowery Hotel.

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What’s The Scenario? – Q-Tip / Consequence / Busta Rhymes

Footage of Q-Tip performing at NYC’s Knitting Factory last weekend – check the crazy crowd response when Bus-A-Bus makes an unexpected appearance – someone definitely got their sneakers scuffed that night.

New Joint – Consequence

Consequence ft. John Legend – “Feel This Way” ( Columbia / 2008 )

Just in time for Valentine’s Day, Cons-to-the-quence delivers yet another video from last year’s “Don’t Quit Your Day Job!” album.

Con Game – Consequence

Not a new track by any means, a video has finally surfaced for this Consequence classic which originally began its life as a highlight of the Queens-bred artist’s mix-CD series “The Cons” before making it to the final tracklisting of the seriously slept-on “Don’t Quit Your Day Job!” album.

Consequence ft. Kanye West – “The Good, The Bad, The Ugly” (Columbia / 2007)

Bonus Clip - Consequence battles Jay-Z…..at Connect 4!!

Freestyle Frenzy – The Roots / A Tribe Called Quest / Consequence

Mid-90s freestyle session featuring The Roots, Tribe and Consequence from Connecticut’s “Lorna’s Corner” TV show. 

New Joints – Freeway / Consequence / A.P.

Freeway – “Still Got Love” (Roc-A-Fella)

I know that Freeway is something of an acquired taste to many with his over-excited rhyme style and constant ad-libs, but I’ve always been partial to his unique brand of east coast street-hop. If you didn’t pick up his 2003 debut album “Philadelphia Freeway” then you missed out on one of that year’s best major label releases. To me, this particular Roc Boy possesses what so many of today’s artists lack – personality and character on the mic. “Still Got Love” is from Freeway’s imminent album “Free At Last”.

Consequence – “Breakfast Of Champions” (G.O.O.D. Music)

Lifted from the former A Tribe Called Quest affiliate’s latest DJ Whoo Kid-hosted mix-CD “The Cons Vol. 5″, this snappy freestyle over Gang Starr’s “Skills” instrumental is further proof that Consequence’s debut album “Don’t Quit Your Day Job” deserved more attention than it received when released earlier this year (and is it just me who thinks Kanye West owes this dude for the part he seems to have played in influencing Mr. College Dropout’s lyrical steez? Maybe that’s why he gave him a record deal?). Also, when did they start giving guns away as free gifts in cereal boxes? It was always a cheap plastic toy or a fake tattoo transfer back when I was a youngster.

A.P. – “Keep Trying” (All Bets Down Entertainment)

Smooth, reflective rhymes from this New Jersey-based newcomer with Naughty By Nature connections (based around a hefty chunk of Groove Theory’s 1995 soul cut of the same name). Nice tune, but I think you’ll agree that the bonus track snippet at the end of the video kinda kills the mood.