DOWNLOAD | Soul Veggies – Mega Ran & Storyville
Random AKA Mega Ran is regularly featured on Hip-Hop Kings, and we are delighted to share his latest single titled “Artillery Remix”. Mega Ran calls upon the talent of Esoteric, REKS and Reef The Lost Cauze for a remix which was premiered on HipHopDX earlier this week. Production credits go to Small Pro and there is no word on an official video for the remix at the moment. The original “Artillery” is featured on Mega Ran’s recent album “Soul Veggies” which can be downloaded from the iTunes link listed above. You can listen to Mega Ran ft Esoteric, REKS and Reef The Lost Cauze – Artillery Remix on the soundcloud player below.
PRE-ORDER | Army of the Pharoahs – In Death Reborn
Hip-Hop group Army of the Pharoahs have announced they’ll be releasing their album “In Death Reborn” on the 22nd April 2014, and I wanted to share the video for the brand new single “God Particle”. Army of the Pharoahs’ God Particle features Vinnie Paz, Planetary, Esoteric, Apathy and Celph Titled, and has been produced by Stu Bangas with cuts from DJ Kwestion. Fans can pre-order Army of the Pharoahs – In Death Reborn from the iTunes link listed above. You can watch Army of the Pharoahs – God Particle on the YouTube player below.
1. Curse of the Pharaohs featuring Vinnie Paz, Apathy, Celph Titled, Esoteric & Reef the Lost Cauze (produced by Blastah Beatz)
2. Midnight Burial featuring Reef the Lost Cauze, Crypt the Warchild, Esoteric, Des Devious & Celph Titled (produced by C-Lance)
3. Broken Safeties featuring Apathy, Lawrence Arnell, Vinnie Paz & Celph Titled (produced by Vanderslice)
4. God Particle featuring Vinnie Paz, Planetary, Esoteric, Apathy & Celph Titled (produced by Stu Bangas)
5. Luxor Temple featuring Blacastan, Vinnie Paz, Apathy, Esoteric, Celph Titled & Planetary (produced by Paul Nice)
6. Azrael featuring Block McCloud, Reef the Lost Cauze, Vinnie Paz & Crypt the Warchild (produced by Frank Grimes)
7. The Demon’s Blade featuring Vinnie Paz, Celph Titled, Apathy, Blacastan, Planetary & Esoteric (produced by Leaf Dog)
8. See You In Hell featuring Celph Titled, Planetary, Blacastan & Vinnie Paz (produced by C-Lance)
9. Headless Ritual featuring Blacastan, Apathy, Vinnie Paz, King Syze, Zilla & Planetary (produced by Apathy)
10. Visual Camouflage featuring Apathy, Zilla, Vinnie Paz, King Magnetic, Celph Titled, Esoteric (produced by Juan Muteniac)
11. Ninkyo Dantai (Yakuza) featuring Vinnie Paz, Celph Titled, Blacastan, Apathy, Esoteric & Planetary (produced by Panik)
12. Digital War featuring Celph Titled, Planetary, Blacastan, Esoteric, Apathy, Crypt the Warchild & Vinnie Paz (produced by Lecs Beats)
13. 7th Ghost featuring Reef the Lost Cauze, Doap Nixon, Blacastan, Demoz & Vinnie Paz (produced by Grim Reaperz)
14. Sumerians featuring Vinnie Paz, Blacastan, Apathy, Celph Titled & Esoteric (produced by Frank Grimes)
Following the release of “CZARFACE” (7L + Esoteric and Inspectah Deck), Esoteric has announced he’ll be teaming with Stu Bangas for their forthcoming album “Machete Mode”. The release date is November 26th via Man Bites Dog Records. Guest collaborations include Vinnie Paz, Joell Ortiz, Apathy, Celph Titled and Ill Bill among others. You can view the Esoteric and Stu Bangas – Machete Mode Tracklisting and Artwork here.
1. I Attack
2. Repercussions ft. Ill Bill
4. The Danger ft. Celph Titled, Apathy, & Vinnie Paz
5. Never Be
6. Ease Up ft. Planetary, Reef The Lost Cauze, & Blacastan
7. Wonder Why
8. Save Ya Breath ft. Joell Ortiz & Hindsyte
9. State of War ft. Celph Titled
10. Steel Chairs
11. Bounty Hunters ft. Madchild of Swollen Members
12. Blood on the Flowers ft. Spit Gemz
14. Pharaoh Status (Bonus Cut)
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If you cast your minds back a few months, HHKMag was fully supporting the release of CZARFACE (7L & Esoteric and Inspectah Deck). A new video for the single “Hazmat Rap” from the album has been released, along with the news about a CZARFACE 2 project. No release date has been set for the project, however Inspectah Deck has promised “brutality” on the new record. You can still download CZARFACE from the link above, however you can watch CZARFACE – Hazmat Rap on the YouTube player below.
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.