CZARFACE DOWNLOAD LINK
As we celebrate the releasr of the CZARFACE album (Inspectah Deck + 7L & Esoteric) we have a new video shot by Anthony Jarvis, showing Esoteric talking with Sucklord and Lamour Supreme about the creation of the action figure. The CZARFACE album is available to download for fans using the link above, which also features guest appearances from Ghostface, Cappadonna, Oh No, Roc Marciano, Action Bronson and more. You can watch the “Making of the CZARFACE Action Figure” on the youtube player below.
Making his debut on Hip-Hop Kings is Connecticut based Lateb (pronounced LuhTeb) with his collaborative effort with Esoteric called “Dope Fiend”. The previous video for “Shut Shit Down” which featured Reef The Lost Cauze is close to 5000 youtube views and has been produced by Vanderslice who’s also creating a great buzz. Dope Fiend will feature on Stu Bangas and Brutal Music Presents Lateb – Live Brutal which will be available for download on 11th October 2011. You can listen to Lateb ft Esoteric – Dope Fiend on the audio player below.
King Magnetic ft General Steele, Esoteric, Ali Armz, Godilla, Jus Allah and Vinnie Paz – Watch Out [Video]
I’ve literally just seen King Magnetic tweet his latest video for the single “Watch Out” which features an incredible line-up of artists including General Steele, Esoteric, Ali Armz, Godilla, Jus Allah and Vinnie Paz. The video has been directed by J. Nuno and has been produced by Astronote. The track will be featured on the forthcoming project “Everythings A Gamble 3″ which will be available to fans on July 19th 2011. You can watch King Magnetic ft General Steele, Esoteric, Ali Armz, Godilla, Jus Allah and Vinnie Paz – Watch Out on the video player below.
Celebrating another album today is DJ Deadeye with his debut “Substance Abuse” in conjunction with Brick / ST.Records. DJ Deadeye has had a great promotion campaign, and I’m happy to share one other track from the album which features Slaine, Esoteric, Krumbsnatcha and Easy Money for the song “Livin Lost”. The track is typically the boom-bap style of Hip-Hop DJ Deadeye fans love, and is a great example of what to expect on “Substance Abuse”. You can listen to DJ Deadeye ft Slaine, Esoteric, Krumbsnatcha and Easy Money – Livin Lost on the audio player below.