Monthly Archives: January 2011

Sands Of Rhyme – Homeboy Sandman / Mystro

TheHipHopChronicle.Com interview with NYC’s Homeboy Sandman during his recent UK visit – plus freestyle footage with London’s Mystro.

New Joint – Money Making Jam Boys

Money Making Jam Boys – “Day Job” (MMJB / 2011)

Taken from the Black Thought-led crew’s Mick Boogie / Terry Urban mixtape “The Prestige: Jam Boy Magic”.

Reunited – Wu-Tang Clan

Aside from some notable absences (Method Man? RZA? Ghostface?) the majority of the Wu go on record with their support for Raekwon’s forthcoming “Shaolin Vs. Wu-Tang” project.

Showbusiness – Michael Rapaport / A Tribe Called Quest

Lenghty interview with Michael Rapaport at the Sundance 2011 film festival about his Tribe documentary “Beats, Rhyme & Life”.

Bonus Footage: Phife Dawg accompanies Rapaport in a Q&A session about the documentary.

New Joint – Rise / The Avid Record Collector

Rise & The Avid Record Collector – “This Is Life” (54 Side / 2011)

Taken from the Demigodz-affiliated emcee’s forthcoming album “Rapid I Movement”.

Grammy Family – Black Thought

The Roots’ Black Thought talks to the New York Post about his mixed emotions after winning a Grammy in 1999 for “You Got Me”.

The Promo – Buckshot

Duck Down’s Buckshot talks online promotion with OnSmash.Com’s Hof.

Buck’s book / CD project “The Common Knowledgy Of The Entertainment Industry” is out now.